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Authentic conversations of an African Man, discovering self, owning choices, building spirituality, parenting, navigating relationships, work and business and all that is life
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In this episode I have a conversation with Dr. Oscar Githua a Psychologist and good friend. We discuss the “Jujube” doll and he shares his thoughts on it, and then we dig deep in friendship! Listen, share, feedback and please support! HOW TO DONATETo support the podcast, send your love donation via  MPESA PAYBILL Business No. 787055 ACC NAME “Living” then enter amount. The payment will be processed by Luxil Ltd on our behalf. Thank you for your support
In this episode I have a conversation with Dr. Jay Carter a Psychologist from Pennsylvania. USA. He shares an interesting concept on the power men give women over their esteem! Reference Michelle Burford's "Women's power to hurt the male ego" https://www.jaycarter.net/ To support the podcast go to MPESA PAYBILL Business No. 787055 ACC NAME “Living” then enter amount. The payment will be processed by Luxil Ltd on our behalf. Thank you for your support
In this episode I share the effects of failure on my confidence, I share my challenges with self doubt and my source of inspiration. What’s your hack to confidence? Listen, share and leave me a voice message
In this episode I reflect on my healing journey, and how the Vicissitudes of life affect my journey of Living Truthfully. Do you relate? Please listen, share and feedback
In this episode “The Intern” shares how rejection traumatized him, and has never dated at 26yrs. Listen, share and please feedback!
In this episode Dannish Odongo shares how a broken relationship breaks his spirit and his mind. He shares candidly about his battle with anxiety as a result of a hurtful revelation during their break up! Listen, Share & Feedback!!
In our last installment of this series, I have a conversation with a visiting Zimbabwean trying to break through to the African Market. He shares his failures, his successes and his ambition. Simba also gives us an insight on how to widen our scope on African Markets and how to raise capital through trade. Listen, Share and feedback.
Samuel Kuria aka S.K BLue shares his entrepreneurial journey. What principles and philosophies he has learnt from his failures (auctioned 11 times) that set him up to run several companies under a private equity fund called Gold Avenue Africa which includes a $64million dollar power plant. Get ready to be provoked, to be inspired, to be encouraged.
Who are the entrepreneurs you admire? What is it about their lifestyle you admire? Have you ever considered what's behind the person, or who they go home to? What makes them cry? Moses Nderitu a serial entrepreneur and I go raw and deep behind the veil of what you see! Listen, Share and Feedback
Who are the entrepreneurs you admire? What is it about their lifestyle you admire? Have you ever considered what's behind the person, or who they go home to? What makes them cry? Moses Nderitu a serial entrepreneur and I go raw and deep behind the veil of what you see! Listen, Share and Feedback
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Comments (30)

Harriet Mogaka

Thanks for being soo open. I can't seem to find my voice sometimes. Thanks for sharing.

Nov 4th
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Caroline M. Muchiri

I listened to this episode and I connected with everything you shared. I'm truly hooked... Keep going... we will be here waiting for you when you need a break to deal with stuff. 😍

Oct 20th
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Nicholas Otieno

saying I love you to your dad has to be one of the hardest thing... I can't have tried many times words fail me

Oct 8th
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Habel Mbaru

hey Amani...I just discovered this podcast....sharing it with everyone... thanks for the man you are!...

Sep 27th
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Samuel Kagwi

This has totally moved me and I relate to it 100% though in a different perspective. Thank you for the good work and the exposure

Sep 21st
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Macha

This is deep. Best episode of any podcast I've ever listened to...probably coz I needed to hear IT "I am not the fruit, I am just the fruit carrier "

Sep 10th
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Rose Njoroge

I can't get enough of SK Blue & Moses podcast. On repeat mode. Thank you Amani for outpouring into our lives through this platform. God bless you!

Sep 8th
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Ian Kosen

I love this show so much. so much

Sep 2nd
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crillah rebecca

Thank you Amani for this. So candid it has totally changed my perspective towards life and what really matters. You have amazing friends. Stay💪

Aug 2nd
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kevin kiburu

Hey Amani Maranga thanks alot for this podcast. I have enjoyed each and every episode to the fullest. real talks about real issues. You're such an inspiration and it feels life like you the Light that came out to shine upon all issues that are affecting me . such a profound podcast thought provoking insights and great guests. keep going , keep shining and never tire. I appreciate your good work. Cheerz

Jul 28th
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MM

Is is possible to do a similar podcast on dad but invite the ladies as well? Some of us are fathers of daughters and, even though the same principles apply, raising daughters is a whole different ball game. It would really help us to know what we need to do, what pitfalls we need to avoid in order to raise fearless women. Please consider, even if it will be led by a lady interviewer, if that will help. Please!

Jul 25th
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Miss Onyiego

The depth of this conversation.. I was raised by a single dad, and once during a disciplinary conversation his voice got shakey because he was overwhelmed. I cried and cried and cried; needless to say I never ever allowed myself to put him in such a place again. Listening to Moses made me remember how 'strong' faced my dad was. Only after he died did we start experiencing the cruelty of the world.

Jul 24th
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Moffat Githinji

God bless you Amani. You would not know the many lives you are impacting out here. Great story Mose.

Jul 23rd
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Johnson Akai (Jaka-I)

I honestly wish I listened to my Ex girlfriend before to listen to this podcast while we where still together.... somehow it brings tears to my eyes cause if I had listened to her and listened to Amani I would not be here

Jul 6th
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Rizzie Kicks

i feel you Steve! i am very young but the number of times I've heard and have been warned about fake friends, is really a wake up call for me. and it should be to everyone else too

Jul 3rd
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ID10741243

I can't stop replying this episode......wow!

Jun 11th
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violet asiko

So authentic! Good job Amani! And Dr. Oscar is really good!

Jun 4th
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Linda W

What's the name of the song at the end?

May 22nd
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Amani Maranga

Bless 🙏🏽

Mar 23rd
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Amani Maranga

Thank you very much for listening! Which episode did you like the most?

Mar 23rd
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