Real Commitment, with Shannaan Dawda: PM060

Real Commitment, with Shannaan Dawda: PM060

It takes commitment to make a difference in our lives. We have gotten to a point in society where "real commitment is an endangered trait" and as a result, progress seems impossible. Today Shannaan talks about the importance of committing and staying committed to progress in life. Don't let distractions take you away from your real goal. Make a decision and stick with it and only then will you see the true potential that lies within you.

Entrepreneurial Desert, with Shannaan Dawda: PP059

Entrepreneurial Desert, with Shannaan Dawda: PP059

Admittedly, the title of today's podcast is slightly misleading. We started out talking about the dry spell Shannaan is currently going through but that eventually lead to questions about running a business. Shannaan gave a lot of great advice so tune in and enjoy!

Complacent Ambitions, with Shannaan Dawda and Dominique Cunningham: PP058

Complacent Ambitions, with Shannaan Dawda and Dominique Cunningham: PP058

Today, we have a very special guest. Dominique Cunningham! He has been a friend of the show hosts for years and today he comes on to talk about his experience with complacency, materialistic ambitions and being unemployed. He dropped a lot of knowledge so you may have to put this pod on repeat!

The Power of a Million, with Shannaan Dawda: PP057

The Power of a Million, with Shannaan Dawda: PP057

There is something powerful about the number one million. It acts as a line of demarcation between the successful and unsuccessful and it gives dreams of financial freedom and happiness. Yet, we usually don't take the time to think about why "one million" is so attractive. In today's episode, Shannaan discusses what the number represents and how we should think about what it will take to get there.

It's Not About You, with Shannaan Dawda: PM056

It's Not About You, with Shannaan Dawda: PM056

Whenever we go through different phases in our lives, we oftentimes try to connect it to how we were made better during those phases. Yet, we fail to realize that the progress that we make through each phase is less about us and more about how we can help others. Today, Shannaan talks about why the process is not about you and how you can use your experiences to help others.