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Clutter is not just the stuff on your floor – it's anything that stands between you and the life you want to be living. I had an amazing, insightful conversation with Juliet, a professional organizer discussing tips on how to declutter both your physical and mental spaces.  Get In touch with Juliet:- Instagram: @lushinteriorske Email: Call: 0722 881 223 ********************************************************************************** Share your feedback and let us connect:- Whatsapp: 0716589311 Purchase the Best of Me Loading..Planner Call/Whatsapp 0716 589 311   --- Send in a voice message:
Statistics show that a lot of people fear Public Speaking, yet in this day and age we all need to be able to present, articulate ideas, pray, lead meetings etc. I invited Coach Samuel Murage, CEO & Founder at DTI Group, to give us some tips that we could all apply as we journey towards overcoming this very fear of public speaking. Grab a paper and notebook and let us learn this Art. Get In touch with the Coach:- +254 724 038192 Share your feedback and Let us connect:- Whatsapp: 0716589311 Purchase the Best of Me Loading..Planner Call/Whatsapp 0716 589 311 --- Send in a voice message:
On this week's this episode, I discuss the very fundamental ingredient in kick-starting your personal development and transformation journey. How is your mindset?  Here are a few questions that can help you start interrogating what kind of a mindset you have- Is it a fixed or a growth mindset.  What is your tendency toward (dysfunctional) perfectionism? How do you view effort exerted toward your goals? How do you respond to obstacles when they arise? What is your typical response to criticism? How do you view the success of others? Dig in on the episode and get to know if you lean more towards the fixed or growth mindset and how you can work on it. Share your feedback and Let us connect:- Whatsapp: 0716589311 Purchase the Best of Me Loading..Planner --- Send in a voice message:
In this week's episode, I share 15 things I know for sure stemming from my life experiences and lessons. I also send all love and good vibes to anyone going through a rough time, or unexplained fatigue over this period. Pandemic fatigue is real and we need to care for and look out for each other. Let us connect:- Purchase the Best of Me Loading...Planner Instagram: Whatsapp: 0716589311 --- Send in a voice message:
''Self-love is a state of appreciation for oneself that grows from actions that support our physical, psychological and spiritual growth. It means having a high regard for your own well-being and happiness. Taking care of your own needs and not sacrificing your well-being to please others.'' - Unkown Are you settling for less than you deserve? Listen in to this week's episode talking about how you can nurture back self-love. I also feature an amazing lady who shares her self-love journey and how she has overcome low self-esteem that was deep-rooted from when she was a child.  My guest- JaneJune is a lover of life, she enjoys music and dancing. She is a social person who also enjoys alone time. She also tries to spread positivity to everyone around her when she can. Let us connect:- Purchase the Best of Me Loading Planner Send KES 2,250/- Mpesa Till Number 5373385 Send delivery details to: 0716 589 311 You can also get yourself a copy on Amazon:- --- Send in a voice message:
Are Your Habits Working For You Or Against You? Good habits are super important in your journey to becoming the best version of yourself. On this episode, I got together with Ben Ratje to break down how one can form and sustain good habits. Ben is a habit coach, life-long entrepreneur, and award-winning author. For the last 16 years, Ben and his team have trained over 150 organizations, incl. 49 FORTUNE Global 500 companies, as well as leading entrepreneurs from over 44 countries. You can interact with Ben below:- Let us connect:- --- Send in a voice message:
Hey, Lifenpurpose fam! we are back after a short season's break ready to pick up from where we left. In this season, just like the previous we shall be sharing real-life stories and have conversations on the journey to self-discovery, evolution, and personal growth. For this first episode of the season, I share with you some things I am taking to my next phase and highlight a few of those I am definitely leaving behind. Let's stay connected:-; Mentioned resources:- Best of Me planner Available as follows;- Call/Whatsapp: 0716589311 --- Send in a voice message:
It has been such an amazing journey, 50 episodes in I am so glad that I took the leap to start this podcast. I came in with a very open mind and a teachable spirit- the result I have learnt so so much. I do hope that you have also picked up something in the course of this season. I look forward to having you on board as we get to Season 2. If you wish to collaborate in any way on my next season, please email me on Check out the website and subscribe to get notified when we release our upcoming projects Visit and follow our Instagram page Wishing you lots of love and light, till the next one. Keep safe. --- Send in a voice message:
Here is Part 2 of Inyaa's story, If you haven't listened to part 1, please take a pause and tune in to Episode 48 where he breaks down some of the life challenges that he was able to overcome in his earlier days and the lessons on resilience therein.  He began to experience crazy headaches on a daily basis, only for tests to reveal that he had a rare brain growth that was soon inhibiting his critical senses and had to be operated on. Inyaa takes us through his experience sourcing for a hospital, the astounding difference between some of the costs in our local hospitals and abroad, the surgery and recovery as well as some important lessons he picked along the way that he continues to apply in his life till today. I am sure you have picked a lesson or two from Inyaas story. Let us connect:- --- Send in a voice message:
On this episode, I bring you Barnabas Inyaa, a gentleman whose resilience measure is one we could all learn from, from building a career bottom-up, facing life's challenges with a positive mind, growing to the apex of the said career and then one day boom! he is told the grim news that his job had come to an end. I learned quite a number of things from Inyaa and I do believe you will pick something from his story very eloquently told.  Let Us Connect:- --- Send in a voice message:
Happy New year and welcome to the first episode of the year, I am so happy and grateful to be alive and to share with you some of my thoughts when it comes to holistic goal setting. Listen in and share share share! Key pointers:- - You are enough! achieving or not achieving your goals doesn't make you less worthy - Work on your identity, not on the processes or the outcomes -Forming Good Habits is critical in achieving one's goals -Chase purpose, the money will follow - Invest in growing your knowledge -Having an attitude of gratitude is one of the most powerful things ever -Affirm your goals, manifest them into being, talk positively to yourself about them and about yourself -Be kind to yourself, when you slack and fall, pick yourself up Let's stay connected:; --- Send in a voice message:
Happy New Month! We are in the final leg of 2020 and whilst we all agree this has been an unusual year, it has been a year that has truly challenged us to grow, recondition our thinking, and fight hard to remain afloat in all aspects of life. With me this week is an amazing, vibrant young lady - an engineer by profession who faced one of the most difficult things one could face in their career- she was made redundant and had to relocate back home from the UK She takes us through her journey and most importantly how she was able to shake that off and successfully start a Virtual Assistant business in Kenya, in what we could call unchartered waters. Listen in to draw inspiration from this young lady oozing wisdom and determination. You can also check out her work below:- Let us connect: --- Send in a voice message:
In this week's episode I catch you up on what has been going on in my life, I share some of the gems I have picked from my most recent reads, as well as share randomly some inspiration on various issues all geared towards inspiration. Enjoy the episode and let us keep safe and connected:- Catch the Mindvalley Podcast --- Send in a voice message:
This week I host the amazing Shazmeen Bank, a strategic lifestyle, relationship, and intimacy coach. We had such an exciting conversation as she took me through her life experiences, her childhood that forced her to grow way ahead of her years, becoming a mother at 18, getting married, then divorced then reuniting with her partner, and the journey that led them there. Her healing journey and working on herself towards being a better version, and now finding her purpose and living it through coaching and helping other people. yes! life has thrown her lemons on several occasions but her attitude to make lemonade and come out stronger and better is what I love so much about her story. Shazmeen's energy is so infectious and warm, I guarantee you will enjoy the episode. Follow her work on and listen to her podcast Let us keep connected: --- Send in a voice message:
In this episode, I have such a reflective and enriching conversation with a fellow podcaster Sophia the Wise One. She lets us on to her life journey, her life lessons, what she struggles with, and how she has found ways to centre and heal herself. How deeply she connects with her body, soul and her environment will have you reflecting on your own life and the areas you need to dig deeper on. She is also multi-talented and mid-conversation she blessed me with a tune, what a lovely voice, what a lovely human. She truly inspires me to share my giftings with the world as this is one thing she does effortlessly. I am sure you will be blessed by this conversation. You can catch Sophia's various expressions of her giftings here:- Let us stay connected on; PS: Remember to leave a review on any of the podcasting channels, and drop in your comment, input, suggestions on the website  Luv, Wanjiku   --- Send in a voice message:
This week I had a conservation with Rachel Mbogo - a young inspiring woman who is really passionate about empowering, inspiring, and growing with other mums and women. You can find more of her work on Keep in touch with us on and Instagram If you have a story to share or would like to recommend someone who inspires you based on their life lessons, get in touch at --- Send in a voice message:
This week, I share such a heartwarming yet motivating conversation with a lady I met in these gracious streets of the internet. You can tell that we had an instant connection and actually figured out we had a lot in common. Her story is that of courage, doing it afraid, and simply just leaving the daily chase to follow one's purpose.  Her final words- Life is to be lived- don't settle for a mediocre life. Whatever living means for you, live! Do not settle. Let us keep engaging on all the socials:- --- Send in a voice message:
This Episode was graced by the one and only Lizz Ntonjira. She is currently the Communications Director at Amref Health Africa, the largest health development organization in Africa. She is also a youth advocate and the founder of The LizzNtonjira Network, a platform that provides innovative, engaging, interactive, and tailor-made training and coaching for the youth.  Lizz is also the author of the book #YOUTHCAN, a collection of powerful, inspiring, and challenging stories from youth breaking barriers across 22 African countries. For her work across various sectors, she has received numerous awards including being listed as one of the 100 Most Influential Young Africans.  Lizz is committed to changing the African narrative by showcasing compelling stories that reflect Africa’s improving development agenda. Lizz holds a bachelor’s degree in law from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, a post-graduate Professional Join her network:-  Buy her book Get in touch:- --- Send in a voice message:
This an amazing solo episode where I share about the power of spoken words, how we attract what we say, and how we can use that to our advantage by affirming the things we want in life. I also reflect on my current read, John Kotter's 'The Heart of Change' and mirror his change theory model to the steps in self-development. Please leave a review of the episode,  a voice note on anchor or comment on any of the other platforms.  Let's stay in touch:- --- Send in a voice message:
This is Part 2 of the conversation with Angie Obwaka- if you haven't caught up with part 1, take a pause and listen to episode 36. On here, she shares HR nuggets, how to position yourself for a shift in your career, how to deal with difficult situations and low moments, navigating through tough times, living and being in purpose, and many other refreshing tips. This is a conversation you do not want to miss and one that I truly enjoyed having. Connect with Angie: Like to binge listen? Catch up on the playlist of all our episodes:- Get the Lifenpurpose planner Instagram: --- Send in a voice message:
Comments (100)

Monica Arita

What an amazing way to start the next phase. am here for all of it. Thanks for all the inspiring work you do. Congrats on the planner its changing our lives totally.

Aug 12th
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Monica Arita

Such a powerful one Ciiku. Thats the energy to start with 2021. Loved the insights. Am glad things are working out despite the challenges.

Jan 13th

Gladys Nungari

Premier gang 😆. Such an inspiring conversation and though provoking too.Had me thinking what impact I want to have and what steps to take to bring it to reality.Love and light to you both!

Sep 29th
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Bilha Gitonga

Lots of wisdom from biggest take home..Be aware of self so as to know when to move out of a season

Aug 19th
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Monica Arita

I love the profound definition of leadership....many get it so wrong so many times....

Aug 5th
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Monica Arita

Good one.

Jul 30th
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Bilha Gitonga

this is so profound.

Jul 17th
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Jul 16th
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Monica Arita

Congrats.... so glad to have been part of your journey by listening and learning from each episode. Keep winning and cant wait to see what else is in store . You have worked so hard and its evident. Cheers as I also toast with you virtually. The website is look amazing its so well put together.

Jul 7th
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Norah Ngina

Wow! Well put and learnt a lot. Keep them coming.

Jun 23rd

Carol Ngugi

Powerful lesson of resilience and remaining focused, listening to your true purpose in life amid it all

Jun 13th
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Monica Arita

Good stuff I enjoyed alot. very very practical pointers

Jun 9th
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Monica Arita

I have heard one more of my friends say she is thriving in homeschooling and she wouldn't mind if schools done reopen until end of year. She says now she appreciates and can tell what her kids struggle with in class and has found creative ways to help them bridge the gap. I have seen the growth its definitely commendable. My opinion is since this time has made us appreciate the role of teachers I believe even after the pandemic is managed and schools resume we as parents should know it's possible to dedicate some scheduled time on a daily basis to catch up on schooling our kids much more than the previous checking the homework, signing and that's it. That we should intentionally participate in our kids learning.

May 13th
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Monica Arita

Really informative. The pointers are so practical the struggle has been real. Thank you for the encouragement

May 13th
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Gladys K Kamaki

Such an inspiring interview. Thanks David for sharing your story and inspiring us to be more intentional in our self development journey.

Apr 9th

Bilha Gitonga

Ciku dear...thanks for always being an inspiration. Numero uno fan,😘

Apr 7th

Wanjiku Kiarie

We can get out of this better, the positive side of the lockdown

Mar 30th

Monica Arita

spot on Ciiku. you have given such practical recommendations. let us all continue keeping safe and pray to overcome this pandemic

Mar 20th

F Kibuka Gichuki

What a story! Well done Lillian.

Mar 17th
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jane wangare

One of the most beautiful inspiring stories I have heard in a long time. Keep spreading positivity and inspiring our generation. May God keep blessing you!

Mar 16th
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