Hello and welcome to the Perfête Podcast! A Lifestyle podcast focused on helping us get our act together! The truth is, adulting is hard, but we here at Perfête feel it's best tackled together. We've curated a list of truly inspiring people to chat with and have some killer tips and tricks on how to live your best damn life. So if you're just as overwhelmed as we are, grab a drink and have a seat at our table.
As an appropriate start to the Perfête Podcast, Kunbi Odubogun discusses the struggle of "getting started" with something new. From a new routine, to a new business, there are so many ways you could start up this year. Kunbi breaks down her issues with getting started and how she's overcome them. Seriously guys, it's time to stop chasing perfection and LAUNCH THAT SH*T!
Tosin Durotoye, the founder of The Bloom Africa: a community for ambitious African women to connect and grow. She is passionate about women's empowerment and facilitating opportunities for women to succeed.
On this episode of the Perfete Podcast, Tosin and Kunbi talk Vision, Clarity and navigating that tricky thing called purpose. She talks taking the leap and moving to Nigeria after decades in the US. She speaks on The Bloom Africa and her dedication to creating a space for women's empowerment and the advancement of young girls.
On Episode 3 of the Perfête Podcast, Kunbi talks to Afua Osei, entrepreneur and co-founder of She Leads Africa a community for young, ambitious African women. Afua shares her entrepreneurial journey from her days as an MBA student at University of Chicago, to her move across the globe and how she turned this little idea into a globally recognized brand.
Lara Casey, CEO of Cultivate What Matters and Founder of Southern Weddings Magazine stops by the Perfête Podcast to share how she got started and her journey to discovering her purpose. From the spontaneous yet intentional start of her iconic magazine to her decision to let go of the dream after 10 years, Lara shares her heart, and tips for Chasing Slow, Letting Go and Cultivating What Matters.
After you've Gotten Started and Launched that Sh*t, what happens next? On episode 5 of the Perfete Podcast, Kunbi reflects on the 6-month journey so far, not just through the year but also as benchmark for Perfête. There's so much that goes into achieving your goals and it's important to acknowledge that .
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You know that powerful movement of Community over Competition? Yup! Change-maker Natalie Franke of the Rising Tide Society and Director of Community at Honeybook joins us on the Perfete Podcast to talk all things mobilizing your community, the pitfalls of comparison and what healthy competition looks like. Finding your tribe in an industry can be very daunting so Natalie and Kunbi talk through her journey in the creative space and how she's found herself over the years.
Are you living a purpose-centered life? Learn more about find your true purpose during this episode of The Perfete Podcast with Candice Coppola. Candice is the founder of Jubilee Events, former wedding planner, business coach, mentor and host of the Power in Purpose Podcast. Life might be calling you to do something more, that’s what purpose is really about! Are you helping and adding value to the people you serve? Candice will share how she got to where she is today as well as share sage advice about how to get sh*t going. From leading with purpose, starting a new business, to all things money, we dive deep into so many great topics.
Beauty and lifestyle influencer Dimma Umeh joins us to talk about her inspiring journey in the wellness industry. She takes us through her personal stumble into beauty blogging, the struggles she has encountered as an influencer in Nigeria and how she has built a solid brand locally and globally. Dimma also schools us on self-value and how she advocates for herself in an ever-evolving industry. She also gives tips for aspiring bloggers who are looking to make their marks in the creative space, so stop overthinking, planning and trying to predict how people are going to react. It's time to get started.
This episode originally played as part of Endometriosis Awareness Month. Today’s guest on the Perfete Podcast is Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed, a Physiatrist specializing in pelvic pain issues. She shares a plethora of knowledge about Endometriosis, including the history, symptoms, available treatments and pathways to a future cure.
On this minisode, we tackle a very common consequence of Adulting- overwhelm. We polled our listeners to find out what to when you're feeling stressed and overwhelmed AF.
Writer and Global Policy Advocate, Blessing Omakwu shares her journey as a writer, blogger and Gender Policy Evangelist. Blessing is one of those people I call "woman-goals" as she is actively working to empower, elevate and create space for the next woman. A lot of her work is around gender equality and women’s rights in the policy space. She independently advises organizations and is founder of the She Tank- a think tank focused on mindset-change. She is also a member of the Goalkeepers Advisory Board of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. During our conversation, we talk about Blessing’s passion for helping elevate women and how she has navigated her way into and around the global policy and justice communities.
On this episode of the Perfete Podcast, writer, feminist and communications strategist, Ozzy Etomi reveals the inspiration behind her writing, how she found her voice and fine-tuned her path. How the women in her life influenced and empowered her voice (some, unintentionally) and how she has chosen to speak up no matter what. We discuss everything from impostor syndrome to cancellation culture and how she handles backlash and criticism on her opinions.
Ozzy shares advice on how women can uplift themselves in personal and professional space, and what we all can learn from the younger generation of women coming behind us . This episode is a MUST listen!
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