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The Ikonn Experience is about CREATING and LIVING your DREAM LIFE. Join Alex and Mimi Ikonn as they discuss life and business insights for creating a life of your dreams. Covering topics such as life purpose, building a life that you love, relationships, entrepreneurship, spirituality, health, parenting and much more. Gather unique INSPIRATION from Alex and Mimi’s life, also hear from successful and established thinkers, then CREATE your own dream life.
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Today’s episode is a true adventure, because we are interviewing a true adventurer. We’ve had Louis Coles from the infamous YouTube Vlog ‘Fun For Louis’, around for Dinner. Having visited 85+ countries, Louis is a true free spirit and he holds saint like wisdom, gained from his inspiring round the world adventures. And today he’s going so share his incredible journey with us. Growing up in Surrey, UK, his teacher parents allowed him to imagine. They gave him the gift of creativity and fostered the idea of being and thinking different. You only have to see this picture of his teenage bedroom to notice the extent of his parents believing in the power of imagination and play.   I think imagination is on the decline for kids today, all the technology we have available to us steals it away. Feeding my imagination when I was growing up allowed me to think differently and outside the box as an adult - Louis [7:29] Never a fan of prepackaged holiday resorts, the Coles family would drive to the South of France for vacation allowing Louis to soak up culture from an early age. He was inspired by a month long trip they spent in Indonesia and Malaysia, knowing from that moment, travel would become a big part of his life. Briefly working an office job between his college gap year, he got insight into the adult life he knew he didn’t want. Seeing his aged 50+ colleagues trapped in their 9-5 for years on end and also recalling his childhood lessons to always think different, Louis knew the office life wasn’t for him. He had a calling for something much bigger.   The more travelled I became, the broader my perspective of the world, religion, purpose and culture became. Travel is literally the antidote to ignorance - Louis [20:50]   So he bought a mini bus and set about travelling and documenting his life. Along the way helping helping the youths of london to get off the streets with community project work. During YouTubes infancy Louis experimented with different ways to use the platform. After a few bizarre ideas like eating live spiders and frogs on camera, he settled on documenting his adventures and now as veteran of the Vlogging world, he has 2 million subscribers.   Today we chat about: The true meaning of purpose and finding it through spirituality Religion without the dogma and the rules Why you should always be trying to be a good human being The campaign for love and social justice Adopting homeless people and giving a struggling person their life back Travel kills ignorance - the best travel motto for life Driving 9000 miles around the USA and driving from London to Beijing The anxious trap of having to blog everyday and the importance of slowing down a little. Your end path will inevitably go through a few route changes Hope you enjoyed this week’s episode with Louis, you can find out more about him here: funforlouismap.com Twitter YouTube   Produced by Jason Sanderson - Podcast Tech
Today we have another exciting ‘Ask Me Anything’ episode in which we take your recorded questions that you’ve submitted to our website and we go deep and get totally honest with our answers.   Today we felt truly alive as the questions were some of the best we’ve been asked, and an added bonus of it being the first time we’ve recorded an AMA from our office - so we hope you love this as much as we did recording it. This week there is only 3 questions but they are super important questions we should be investigating for ourselves.   Here’s what you guys asked: Is there a higher purpose behind what you do, that gives you meaning? How do you stay so positive when you think about the future? How do you deal with the frustration of not feeling good enough?   Is there a higher purpose behind what you do that gives you meaning? This really should be the single most important question to ask ourselves when we’ve done writing in our journal each morning. Focus on your WHY!?! For those of you who know us, you’ll already know we absolutely love Simon Sinek’s work, his book ‘Start With Why’ is so important to us and is a must read for everyone. Getting to the bottom of your ‘why’ will have you thriving in business and in life. Wash away the things that don’t matter and focus on fulfilling your purpose. For Alex it’s getting in touch with his inner being, realising the importance of LESS DOING and more EXPERIENCING everything. He reflects on selling the business and how that wasn’t fulfilling their sense of purpose anymore. Sometimes it can be as much about getting rid of things that are not your ‘why’.   “Life happens with or without us to a certain degree, our whole lifetime is just a speck, just a moment of time. That is why I have gratitude for myself and for life. With that I have a sense of purpose” - Alex [5.40]   For Mimi she is more proactive in looking for purpose. She has to be giving value every minute of her day, she feels empty without doing this. Her inner purpose is knowing that she’s helping others find happiness and living a healthier life. “If you want to change the world, first you have to change yourself”   How do you stay so positive when you think about the future? Mimi reminds us that we are not always positive, everyone has their moments of feeling down. It’s more important that you realise in the moment that you have a choice of which mood you choose. How do you want to start your day? Will you carry that negativity through out your morning or will you choose to reframe and find positivity in the moment. For Alex this is practice. It’s like a muscle, it has to be trained. The more you look for it, the more it starts to show up everywhere you go. Before you know it - everyday has its positive moments. This is why we built the 5 minute journal, so we could reinforce those moments constantly and be reminded of the precious moments we’d otherwise choose to ignore.   “How can I contribute to the productiveness and positivity in the world, well, I can see the potential and the positivity around me and make it a conscious choice to do so, then others will follow that energy and also feel positive” -  Mimi [12:40]   How do you deal with the frustration of not feeling good enough? When people derive their self value from accomplishments, accumulating and owning stuff; this only leads to disappointment. Often in life we fail or things break or we lose what is most precious to us. These should not be our defining moments. Here only lies frustration. Instead we need to find value in ourselves for who we are and the love we can share. It doesn’t matter if we are skinny one minute and overweight the next. Rich and then lose it all like a game of Monopoly or find love and then it’s gone.... Finding happiness in ourselves for no other reason than ‘we are who we are’ is the only way to stop being disappointed in yourself. There’s no need to be frustrated. Just try your best and everyday try that little bit more. There’s no need to sprint a mile when you can casually walk all day.   “The only person you’re competing against is yourself” - Alex [ 20:30]   Full show notes: https://www.ikonns.com/podcast/episode36
Today we have one of our favorite episodes so far, we’re totally excited to be speaking with our good friend and podcast veteran Brian Rose of London Real. We dive into the lessons learned from Brian’s 8 years of podcasting. From the drugs and a near death experience to being mentored in a castle and finding a sense of purpose. His show is the archetype of podcasting. Before Youtube was big and before people knew what a podcast was, Brian took inspiration from other early podcast adopters like Joe Rogan and set about crafting his own original style of interviewing. He knew he wanted to provide value in people’s lives, in the same way his life had changed from being engaged in inspiring long format conversations. Brian’s vision would be realized in 2011 when he launched London Real and he went on to pioneer this media through its early days up to what it has become today.   Things haven’t always fallen into place though. Today we chat with Brian about his dark past, drug abuse and overdoses, leaving California, dropping out of his engineering studies in Boston and becoming a Wall Street banker. Then once he got there, the money never satisfied him and how the aggressive lifestyle forced him to disconnect from society. ‘All the dark holes inside Brian, Brian the kid, all the dark things just weren't going away even though I was earning 100,000’s of dollars’ - Brian Rose [12:30]   One day, the intense lifestyle took its toll and it was time for him to clean up his act. Moving to London would give a chance at a new life away from what he describes as a “shameful past”. Within the first few weeks of arriving on British turf, he quickly realized he had nothing to do with his time and had to throw himself into something to avoid his addictive tendencies. He found a great mentor while studying martial arts, also allowing him to adopt new traits like accountability, confidence and discipline that shaped Brian and gave him the grounding he needed to start making the podcast.    “I nearly had to die to get here, everyday I walk through the graveyard thinking what would these bodies have done different if they had the chance to live life over, then I think about what my obituary is going to say, that really pushes me forward” - Brian Rose [40:00]   Brian has interviewed some amazing people in his time hosting one of the longest running podcasts, but in this episode the table is flipped and we get to explore his remarkable life, all the ups and downs and everything in between.   Here’s what else we get into: How to create your own huge life transformation Finding your own sense of purpose Everyone ones shares a baseline, we all want the same things in life Comfort leads to transparency Transcendental meditation is like holding a mirror up to your real self Coming back from the brink of destruction makes you stronger then ever before Money, cocaine, heroin, prostitutes - leaving Wall Street for a new life Relax, all good things will come in good time Why taking more risks is the only way to the top False expectations appearing as fear - Dan Pena’s mantra that puts fear in its place Full show notes: https://www.ikonns.com/podcast/episode35
Today we’ve got a bit of a spontaneous and fun episode as Alex and Mimi answer a wide variety of ‘questions that nobody ever really asks’. Have you ever wondered how the Ikonn name originated, who Alex’s perfect dinner party guests would be or how Mimi deals with the choice between an aisle or window seat? Get to know them more and see if they get to know each other better in the process as they answer a whole bunch of questions such as: Did you have a nickname growing up? What is your favourite childhood TV show? How do you relieve stress? What did you want to be when you grew up? What’s the best prank you’ve ever pulled off? If you could get back any article of clothing you once wore, what would it be? If you could play any instrument which would you play? If you could live in one city for the rest of your life where would you live? Do you sleep with your door open or closed? Do you still watch cartoons? When was the last time you wrote a letter to someone? What was your favourite concert of all time? Do you believe in ghosts? Who would you like to see in concert? Have you ever won a contest? We hope you enjoyed this episode as much as us and we appreciate you for listening! As always we would love to hear from you! Head on over to our website at www.ikonns.com and submit a question. Ask anything from a wide variety of topics, business to relationships... so feel free to ask away! Full show notes: https://www.ikonns.com/podcast/episode34 Produced by Jason Sanderson - Podcast Tech
Today we’re honoured to welcome Susie Ma, Tropic Skincare founder, to the Ikonns Podcast. Appearing on the iconic Forbes 30 under 30’s 2018 list, Susie often left us in awe as she spoke to us about her compelling career story and how her entrepreneurial spirit was carved out by her experiences in childhood. Born in Shanghai under the one child policy, Susie describes the stark contrasts she faced in early childhood moving from China to Australia and then finally settling in the U.K. After seeing her mother struggle as a market seller in London’s Greenwich Market, Susie’s desire to gain a better life for herself and her mother led to her starting her own business.   “We were in this horrible trap, and I just thought my mum can’t physically do any more work, she’s working the maximum hours that her body can physically handle, it’s up to me now” – Susie Ma   Susie founded Tropic Skincare when she was 15 years old, pursuing the only goal to help her mother out. After creating first home-made skin care products packed in jam jars and originated from her Chinese origins and experiencing some initial success, Susie tells us how her company – the fastest-growing skincare company in the U.K. – was born from her appearance on BBC’s television series The Apprentice in 2011 and how Alan Sugar firing her was also a blessing in disguise.   “Have that vision, believe that you can do it, but you have to be prepared to work damn hard at it” – Susie Ma   We’re sure you’ll experience the same goose bumps we did as Susie’s motivational spirit shines through in every word she speaks!   Here’s what else we talk about: The building blocks needed for creating your vision Building an honest business with a hands on approach Being risk averse and building organically Learning lessons from your peers The infinite purpose of your business   Hope you enjoyed this week’s episode with Susie Ma, you can find out more about her here: Tropicskincare.com   Twitter Instagram   Full show notes: https://www.ikonns.com/podcast/episode33
In todays episode, Alex and Mimi discuss what it means to go deep both with yourself and others and how doing so can enrich your relationships. When facing challenges and conflicts throughout our lives, we have a choice, do we stay in the comfort and familiarity of the shallows or do we go out and explore the depths and face the challenges that can help us evolve?    “The true wealth and gifts lie in the depths of our soul and the souls of other people that we come across” – Mimi Ikonn   Admittedly an extrovert, Mimi discusses the challenges she faced at a silent meditation retreat and how facing her fear of listening to the heart led to an important lesson. Alex discusses the significance of maintaining the ability to self reflect in an age of social media and instant gratification.   “The moments of nothing are where you actually have that space to reflect and get to know yourself a little deeper” – Alex Ikonn   Placing honesty over the guarantee of happiness can lead to a healthier relationship, and whilst this honesty may be upsetting or challenging at first, transparency can be an important communicative tool that helps us avoid a build up of negative feelings towards each other over time. We all have our different paths in life but one thing that we all have in common is having to face challenges along the way. Building healthy and fulfilling relationships can be difficult at times, but those that are built on core principles of honesty and vulnerability can help them stand the test of time!   Here’s what else we discuss today: Two steps to a meaningful relationship The fear of loss and how it can stop people from evolving How social media provides shots of dopamine comparative to gambling Not being afraid to ruffle some feathers Conflict can be a wake up call and gift in building your relationships You never stop learning Social media can be a helpful tool for discourse We would love to hear from you! Head on over to our website at www.ikonns.com and submit a question. Ask anything from a wide variety of topics, business to relationships... so feel free to ask away!   Resources from today's episode here: Lazo Freeman – Body, Mind, Soul Transformation podcast. Insight timer – meditation app. Tara Brach – Meditation Podcaster The Case of Doing for Doing Nothing - New York Times article.   Full show notes: https://www.ikonns.com/podcast/episode32
In this episode Alex and Mimi chat with the good friend and regular visitor to the Ikonn household, but a first time guest on the show, Lazo Freeman. Lazo is so inspirational to us and a fantastic transformational healer that you need to listen to. He has infinite wisdom that we love. Born in Iraq to a mix of both Kurdish and Arab parents, Lazo tells of his difficult and challenging first few years in life, having crossed mountain borders on the back of a donkey - to fleeing Saddam's soldiers on their uncles murder charges - to spending weeks in a romanian prison. Laza’s start to life was anything normal by our western standards. Finally he ended up in the UK, where he was excelling in chemistry classes and studied Biomedical engineering at UCL in London. After a short time he realised there was more to life than lectures and decided to train in body transformation. Making a connection to his desire of helping others. Although quitting an engineering degree was a big deal for his family, small things like this no longer bothered him. After all, life could be a lot worse than living in London.   “Inherently i can be very lazy, but all of a sudden i just shift and I end up performing on higher level” - Lazo [9:30]   After witnessing only 50% of clients transforming he quickly realised that exercise wasn’t the key. That he needed to look deep into the psychology and mindset that makes for a deeper, more solid transformation. He hit upon a working formula, that the decisions we take are not intellectual and that most decisions, especially successful ones are rooted in emotion. Unfortunately, a lot of the negative things in life, especially things that hold us back are also rooted in emotion. So Lazo set about finding ways to clear out the soul, including shifting both current and past life traumas and toxins. “Our highest quality vibrational thought is one that is conducive of our greater good” - Lazo [36:48]Lazo shares his 3 crying styles: Positive tears - Crying because you’re happy. Negative tears - Crying because you’re upset. Neutral tears from the soul - These are the type he urges you to regularly find. He combines this with meditation and the correct way of breathing using the Wim Hof technique from your diaphragm instead of shallow throat parasympathetic breathing. He even guides us through his own inspirational, truly amazing meditation. Practice this and we are sure you’ll be impressed. “We all have different perceptions, what else are we not seeing because humans don’t have the senses or aren’t tuned into it? The process is like cleaning a mirror and seeing a deeper picture” - Lazo [26:00] Here’s what else we get into: Healing is all about unlearning Alpha and Beta consciousness - which is critical and which is trance like Intuition is your real tutor Journalling opens your heart Consciousness is like playing music that is in tune with the universe Opening your heart is a treasure chest Early experiences and cleaning out trauma. Finding the signs that your body is telling you, you’re off path Hope you enjoyed this week’s episode with Lazo, you can find out more about him here: Twitter Instagram YouTube Full show notes: https://www.ikonns.com/podcast/episode31
In today’s episode Alex and Mimi chat Dr. Rhonda Lenton President and Vice-Chancellor of York University. As the global work environment shifts to new technologies with bigger demands, our education also needs a reboot. Hear Rhonda’s thoughts on the future of formal education.Rhonda was a first generation student of her family, even though her parents never went to university, they made it a priority for her and her twin, to get a great education. She studied sociology which gave her a great grounding in how people think. And during the time of the second wave of feminism, she found momentum in activism, which compelled her interest in equality and social justice. This has been a thread throughout her entire career in academia. Firmly believing that every student should have a right to a good education, leading to work possibilities at the top regardless of gender, race or wealth.   “Resilience from an early age is a character i’d encourage parents to pay close attention to” - Rhonda [21:42]   The demands on students leaving college with a degree and entering the workplace, isn’t the simple path it once was. She should know, given that York is the 5th leading University in Canada and ranked 26th in the world on educational impact. Yet still she finds students struggling with the transition. This challenge is now her challenge.   “You can’t change uncertainty, all you can do is figure out a way to function in a world full of it” - Rhonda [20:50]   Rather than giving up, she’s yet again, battling for something she believes in. That formal education still has its place, it just needs to adapt like the world around it that is moving so quickly. She says that education needs to be more fluid, flexible and work with businesses and nonprofits to gear students and companies up for inevitable future change.   Few errors in life are things you can’t bounce back from” - Rhonda [23:20]   She’s working with giant companies like Shopify to create a new “flipped classroom” approach to learning. Giving students more vocational and work based learning opportunities, with tutors acting more like facilitators to overcome learning boundaries and resulting career difficulties. Less about boring lectures, It’s been her goal to find emerging needs in the job market and stay current when it comes to providing curriculum.   Come join Alex and Mimi’s university and learn these things in this episode: The difficulties of studying and working part or full time. Why the 2 don’t no longer need to be conflicting. Masculine and feminine energy in an high profile workplace, how should I behave at the top? Strength vs vulnerability, even academia needs to be authentic Overcome uncertainty by being agile Do our parents solve too many problems for us, can we cope with the modern world ourselves? Having a commitment for lifelong learning, education doesn’t finish at school Cultivate creativity and enquiry in your education and mostly make it enjoyable Stop trying to rush the process, study when you need to study, work when you need to work. It’s all learning in the end. Environmental concerns and sustainability is becoming the biggest concern for students   Hope you enjoyed this week’s episode with Dr. Rhonda Lenton , you can find out more about her here: Blank.com Twitter Linked in Produced by Jason Sanderson - Podcast Tech Full show notes: https://www.ikonns.com/podcast/episode30
As parents, seeing Alexa grow and develop so quickly, like others Alex and Mimi have seen the true magnitude of change. But to some people, change isn’t always welcomed so easily, some people fear change. Change can be a huge deal. This is the topic of today’s episode. For the most part we don’t remember our early lives, but it’s in those moments seeing a baby grow into a child and develop a character and soul of their own, that you can truly appreciate how change is happening. Much faster than you could ever imagine.   “A lot of people leave comments on our videos, saying please don’t change… like that’s a bad thing” - Mimi Ikonn [4:00]   In meeting with an old friend Mimi asked ‘so what’s new’? She was shocked at the reply she was given ‘oh, nothing new’. Maybe for some of us we aren’t mindful that change is happening all the time, whether we perceive it or not, But things change, ALL THE TIME. Change can be a good thing, but a lot of us naturally fear it. When we know change is coming it’s like being confronted with the flip of a coin. Will it land on the good side or the bad? So many chose to not flip the coin, avoid it as much as possible, staying right where they are. Safe and sound. In their comfort bubble.   “Paint a picture of where you’re going and know your journey, give yourself a roadmap to your goals” - Alex Ikonn [16:35] Again it’s about reframing. Change could be giving yourself a chance at a new career and finding a new passion. Others might say ‘I got fired and lost my job’. Which in Alex’s case, is true, this actually happened. Proof of the importance of embracing change. He was so happy to be working in banking and would have probably stayed there forever had he not been fired. Lucky that wasn’t to be and life forced his hand and he got to choose a better life. Understandably there are evolutionary reasons and our trible nature at play here, that we need to be aware of. Also the story we tell ourselves keeps us firmly rooted to the spot. Think about how many times you’ve said out loud ‘oh, i just don’t do that’ or ‘oh that is not me’? While often having never tried.   “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us” - Marianne Williamson.   The process of transformation and trying something new is DIFFICULT, unfortunately it’s a challenge that a lot of people aren’t willing to work through by choice. After returning from their first trip to france, Mimi realised this. She set about completely renovating their home. Days and weeks of living in the mess reflected her own internal struggles at the time with mental health issues she was going through. renovating wasn’t going to be easily fixed in 1 day. Fortunately hard work and persistence paid off and the apartment looked as beautiful as she’d imagined. Eventually all the internal mentality hard work also paid off too. Remember not all change happens quickly and is usually a work in progress.   Here’s what we talk about today: From getting your heart broken to losing your job, there’s always a brighter side. Embrace change, use it to your advantage The only way to enjoy life is to not fear the change that is always happening Change at the speed of light, like Moores law, everything is getting quicker Be perceptive and mindful of what changes are happening around you People’s capacity to grow and adapt is one of life’s remarkable wonders Getting to the good is often through a VERY MESSY journey How to stop creating comfortable habits of staying the same Journalling, creating your goals and a road map to them Change leads to a better stronger you Full show notes: https://www.ikonns.com/podcast/episode29
Your Relationship with Money

Your Relationship with Money

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In today’s episode Alex and Mimi explore what many would say is the most important thing in life... MONEY!! But does having more of it make you happy or do we just need to create an abundance mindset? What’s your relationship with money, we’ll find out in this episode. Both Alex and Mimi have come from very poor upbringings. Even though Mimi would describe her family growing up as middle class, the middle class Azerbaijan is way below the lower class in the US or Europe. Alex’s family life was very similar growing up in the Soviet Union, they both lived in 1 bedroom apartments where their parents would sleep on the sofa, while all the kids would share a bedroom. Bargain hunting and penny counting was the only way to simply put a meal on the table. This is a very deep episode that explores the mindset shift that you have to undertake if you want to go from not having any money to what to do when you finally get some. And every step in between. Foodbank’s to Kensington. “Money wants to go to people who have a need to do something with it, people who put their money to work rather than consuming” - Alex Ikonn [37:30]   The main lesson Alex and Mimi want you to take away from this, is moving your mindset from one of scarcity to one of abundance. We all know of situations where people have lost friends or even family member from a dispute over a relatively small amount of cash. Clinging onto every penny won’t get you anywhere in life. Similarly, we know that when we feel full and our basic needs are met, our mental energy and focus is available to be put to work and attract more money and opportunities into our lives. Now this doesn’t mean you should go out and max your credit cards, if you even have a credit card, nor should even contemplate a payday loan. Negative compound interest is your worst enemy and will hold you in debt for a long time. Remember that spending future money is still money you will have to earn at some point. If you can’t pay it back today, there’s a good chance you’ll find it difficult to pay it back tomorrow. The good thing is compound interest works the other way too. So paying off your debt and then saving can gain you some great interest over time. “You affirm and reaffirm to yourself everyday what you manifest” - Mimi Ikonn [20:50] Back to the abundance part… this really is a game of reframing the conversation you tell yourself. Are you regularly saying:   A - ‘I couldn’t ever do that, I can’t afford it’ Or are you saying B - ‘I choose to invest my money elsewhere, spending to fulfill a specific purpose’.   Are you saying you are ‘broke’? This genuinely means you feel you are broken. Let’s be clear, we don’t believe you are broken! You should be saying ‘You are working on fixing your financial future by actionally taking steps in the right direction’. Do you see and feel the difference in these two ways of talking to yourself? If so this is only the start.What we also cover in this episode: How do your parents talk about money? This shapes your own financial values Don’t believe you’re saving if at the same time you’re in debt Valuing your own worth and developing the idea of feeling full How to not lose relationships over money When is it a good time to rent or buy, why it’s better to rent in a big city How the richest people are less consumers than you think Become an investor in yourself and reap the rewards Visualisation and putting in the hard work Being wealthy is living in your means and not spending more than you earn Money and energy, it’s all about a transfer from one form to the other. Full show notes: https://www.ikonns.com/podcast/episode28
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Assiya Seidulla

Hi Mimi and Alex! You guys are awesome! I've been following you guys for many years and especially Mimi I love watching your YouTube channel! I love all your episodes it really helps me a lot. And this episode about the money was so good and helpful! Thank you so much for sharing your experiences with us! Keep up with great job! love you guys👏👏👏💛💛💛😊😊😊

Jun 17th
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Asel Nazaralieva

Wow! What an inspiration! Thank you Alex and Mimi! You are both my true most amazing humans in planet xx

Jun 17th
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Marisol santibañez

Lovecraft thai history! Thank You forma sharing❤

Jun 13th
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Aida Sincheva

Hi Mimi and Alex! First of all, thank you so much for putting yourself out to people and sharing what you went through. It means a lot to know that I am not the only one and that it's normal what I am going through. Secondly, you podcasts are amazing - they are healthy food for my brain. I love to sit down and analyse my thoughts, actions. So thank you again! My question is how do you find your passion? At the moment I work as a teacher in international school in London and the job is satisfying but something is not adding up and I can't seem to find it. I see myself having my own business which I am really passionate about but don't know what it is yet. What would you suggest to do in order to get closer to finding my passion? Thanks for taking your time and reading this. Aida

Jun 12th
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Maria Atroshchenko

very deep and useful conversation! Than you guuuys, you give sooo much support and inspiration❤

Jun 11th
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Beatrix Groepel

awesome!

Jun 10th
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Ralu

I'm getting so emotional When mimi talked about sharing. Thank you for everything ❤️🙏

Jun 10th
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Andrea Pilava

This was a funny one!! Thank you xx

Jun 8th
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Geetika Chowdhary

loved this ❤️💙❤️💙

Jun 8th
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Dasrat Makvana

Geetika Chowdhary 🥀🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻🥀

Jun 15th
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Ruska R

The Best Podcast Episode EVER! Thank you for sharing this wonderful conversation!

Jun 6th
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Ruska R

why you went to a psychologist then, Mimi, if talking to friends is enough?

Jun 3rd
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marshalin deepak

The Alchemist is one of my favorite books it is truly magical

May 27th
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Roshan Dhanasekar

I was listening to this podcast and I had to stop in between for some reason. The next morning I woke up with a nightmare about failing, especially in love and being in a relationship due to my recent break-up. I couldn't sleep after that and I chose to continue to listen to the podcast and the moment I resumed playing it, it was talking about failure especially in the space of love. It felt like the universe sent you two to tell me that it's okay to fail and that it's okay to have your heartbroken. Thank you so much Mimi and Alex, you truly comforted me in a situation that I thought I was losing myself.

May 25th
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Brittany King

Loved this Lazo, Mimi and Alex. Really needed this this morning and such a beautiful heart math that Lazo did can't wait to do it again! Please keep podcasts like these coming!

May 24th
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Tejal Mumbaikar

Amazing podcast! I just shared it with my friends

May 21st
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cat68645

You are such an incredible couple! Your podcasts are inspiring, you give examples on how to improve your life and how to be fullfuled every day. I am so grateful to hear something from a point of view so different from my surroundings. Thank you for the opportunity to picture and to dream big.

May 19th
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Rachel Rivera

I loved this episode. The Ikonns don't disappoint, and this episode was no different. They beautifully portray the concept of change and I loved it. Listen to this if you don't like change or are going through a life changing event.

May 18th
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Geetika Chowdhary

❤️❤️❤️

May 18th
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Shikha Chaudhary

You both already said that this was complete GOLD.. But I can't stop myself from saying it again, it is sheer GOLD! Learning to Learn is an idea that is so very lost on educational institutions throughout the world. I worked as a Trainer in an Online Education Company for 2 years, teaching students fresh out of college Java and Python to help them prep for their dream IT jobs. When I did Live sessions on YouTube with these kids, I came across so many who had such low self esteem, and who were afraid to even appear in an interview or written exam just cause of the mindset that they can't learn. I wish stuff like this spreads widely and especially in schools, so kids can train their minds as early as possible and work towards their dream lives! Great podcast you all... ❤️👍

May 18th
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Dora

i like your podcast! i am loving your way of living..

May 17th
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