Pursue your Passion: Mwangi Interviews Kirk Nugent (Part 2)

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The Podcast

 
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Things Covered

1) So what did he do after Part 1?

2) Funny story about how a struggling speaker gets his daily bread.

3) How did he transition into being on Def Poetry Jam, the Queen Latifah Show and performing for the NAACP?

4) After speaking to hundreds of college students, his take on what separates the successful college students?

5) How one can acquire discipline and self-initiative?

6) What was his grand vision when he first quit his job?

7) Was he always a good speaker?

8 ) How would one become a professional speaker?

9) What is his process as a speaker?

10) Final thoughts….I ran out of questions :P

PURSUE YOUR PASSION,

Mwangi

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  • By rags, July 26, 2008 @ 12:59 am

    You did a really good interview. So who’s gonna be in your next interview?

  • By Mwangi, July 26, 2008 @ 9:47 am

    @rags: I have a few in the pipeline as we speak, but I want the next couple of podcasts to be dealing with the pracitcal day to day stuff and so I won’t get celebs per se, just people who have done things that others may want to learn e.g I have a podcast coming up with Linda of Capital FM where we talk about the process of repatriating to Africa, I get opinions on Melbourne from a wife and mother and learn about how to start up and sell a nursing agency (huge business opportunity) all the while constantly looking for more guests.
    I have realized that I actually enjoy recording the podcasts much more than I do writing and so don’t be surprised if over time, podcasts just become more and more and more……..

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