Kwanzaa Celebration: Day 4 – Ujamaa (Cooperative economics). Tony Webb

Today, my special guest is Tony Webb. He lives in London and comes from Jamaica . He is the founder of Brandeavour. He is a powerhouse of ideas and stays authentic in everything he does. My favorite quote from Tony is “I wake up in the morning and decide what I want to do”. Listen to his point of views on “Cooperative economics”, Race, Negotiation and much more.

Kwanzaa Celebration: Day 3 – Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility). Kemo Camara

Today, my special guest is Kemo Camara, from Guinea. He lives in Amsterdam with his family. He is the founder of Omek. Founded in 2019, Omek is designed to make connections and collaboration simple for the African diaspora professional and their allies. Listen to his point of views on Collective Work and Responsibility, Race, Negotiation and much more.

Kwanzaa Celebration: Day 2 – Kujichagulia (Self-Determination). Andrew Monu

Today, my special guest is Andrew Monu, from Nigeria. He lives in London with his 2 kids and his lovely wife. He is a powerhouse. Driven in his personal and professional life. A passionate advocate for Diversity Equity & Inclusion. Listen to his point of views on Self-Determination, Race, Negotiation and much more.

Kwanzaa Celebration: Day 1 – Umoja (Unity). Linh Vu

Today, my special guest is Linh Vu. She lives in Paris and spends time in Vietnam, where her business also has an office. She is a confident negotiator, with a high level of self awareness. Listen to her point of views on Unity, Race, Negotiation and much more.

WTF – Agree to Disagree!

In a more and more polarised world, I am thinking What The Fu*k! and almost more importantly, Why the Fu*k! Is it too much to ask people to share points of view, seek first to understand, challenge yourself, sleep on it, make your opinion, and repeat?

How Does It Feel to Belong to the Majority

Thank you, Ta-Nehisi Coates. Thank you for writing about topics that I could not read anywhere else, and for making me feel something deeply. I am talking about your last book, “The Water Dancer”.