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About Real Life Conversations
Real Life Conversations is a series of conversations with activists and social justice leaders. In every episode, life coach, process architect and activist, Shamillah Wilson talks to these inspiring people about their extraordinary stories of life, leadership and activism.
While each conversation puts the spotlight on a guest and an area of their life that they have triumphed in, it also highlights the significance of our own life journeys and the often-overlooked achievements we have acquired and can share. Every person has an extraordinary story, and it takes real-life conversations to unearth them.
Join Shamillah Wilson on this quest to uncover human stories that prove how remarkable we all are.
Finding your voice: Diana Shelton
Finding your voice in a world that prescribes who we should be is not easy. In this episode, the Founder of Reborn Creative, an African accessories brand, tells Shamillah Wilson how she found her voice and created outlets to express herself.
Referring to herself as “a cheerleader of champions”, Diana shares how she navigated the journey to self-discovery and now does her bit to enable others around her to do the same. In this conversation, Shamillah finds out how we can muster the courage to speak up and live a full life in the process.
Imposter syndrome, self -doubt and putting others before our needs can lead to never discovering who we truly are. How do you cultivate and express your authentic voice?
Connected in our collective pain with Liepollo Pheko
Covid-19 has forced us to acknowledge the value of freedom for ourselves and for those around us. In this launch episode, Shamillah Wilson has a conversation with activist scholar, researcher and public intellectual, Liepollo Pheko, about how our collective pain connects us.
They engage on issues of grief and loss, as well as how we can hold ourselves and each other while navigating some of the complexities. Their conversation unpacks collective pain while opening up about how unique it for everyone. “Grief doesn’t always end when you throw sand on the casket”, says Liepollo Pheko as she shares her views on this topic.
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