Episode 15: Sa Re Ga Ma Pa ft. Archana Ravi

I’m just going to leave this one here because the vocal’s speak volumes! Such an incredible episode with such important lessons that we can all employ in our lives. It was such a pleasure to have Archana on the podcast to share her incredible story! I hope you enjoy it.  

I guess, what I want to take away from what I believe was an enlightening episode are the words of an enlightened soul, The Dalai Lama himself:

The Dalai Lama, when asked what surprised him most about humanity, answered “Man! Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.”

Are you going to live, or are you going to live? Until next time, farewell, Alvida Doston!

Best,

Arj

Episode 14: Falcon and The Winter Soldier ft. Luke Karabatsos and James Hatchman

We’re back at it and our first port of call is not to only raise awareness about Mental Health but do something about it too. The ArjSpeaks Podcast is so grateful to have sat down with the founders of Voice of Health, Luke Karabatsos and James Hatchman which is a leading Australian Mental Health start-up to unpack lessons to support the future of successful and mindful entrepreneurs. Their precious time yielded some precious pearls of wisdom we can all walk away with becoming almost enlightened. 

I’d like to leave you with an African Proverb: If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, GO TOGETHER. 

Let me know what you thought by hitting one of the social links above!

Best,

Arj

Episode 13: The Amazing Spiderman ft. Joshua Minsk

Originally from the UK, he found himself in South Africa and would always speak of an innovative future, one without barriers and one fuelled by tech and efficiency, little did I know that he would manifest this future for himself. Also, he’s 22 and has created a 7 figure business. 

I take to Elon Musk’s quote here: Don’t confuse schooling with education, I didn’t go to Harvard, but the people that work for me, did.” I think when it comes to finding inspirations in our world that is littered with challenges today from the COVID-19 pandemic, hunger, poverty, leaders like Donald Trump, people like Joshua Minsk are a ray of hope. For those nerds out there, Josh Minsk, is our New Hope. I certainly am left in awe with all that he has achieved in such a short span of time and will continue to watch closely for all that he is yet to achieve, Josh, you have a few extra years on me to get onto that Forbes list, lets make sure we do it together! 

I’ll close today with a quote from Einstein, “try not to become a man of success, rather become a man of value”

Enjoy!

Best,

Arj