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.
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.
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.
My mom raised me alone. My aunts were also very present. They all lived nearby. My dad was absent and far away.
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?
“If it does not make money, it does not make sense.” My life motto for a long time!
Luckily while talking to my friend, it comes up that her mom works in HR at a prestigious company in Paris. So I give her my CV, and luckily I get that internship. Fast forward to my first day. I show up to the regional HQ of that company—an impressive old building in the heart of Paris. This is my first day; I am super nervous. I ring the bell, the door opens. I introduce myself to the receptionist, “Hi, I am Claude. Today is the first day of my internship”. She asks me a few questions like “who are you meeting with” etc… but I can not answer. I have never met the person I am supposed to intern with. There was no interview. She makes a few phone calls. Minutes are passing. Clearly, something is wrong
My challenge: Making the most of balling in London
My choice: Keep on balling forever, or commit to one woman
Vulnerability side of the story: True love is scary. How to know a feeling that happens once in life if lucky
Moving to London at 22 was one of the most difficult but also the best decision I could make. I had to break the mold. Change my environment to grow. Sad that I had to change to fit
I got my bachelor’s degree. Yay! Big deal. Or so I thought, for like less than 2 seconds. Even before graduating, I knew that this bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Sales would not be enough for anything.