In this episode, Adii and Megan discuss turning music into a viable career, the importance of curiosity in refining a craft, artistic individuality, and being true to your own vision and holding yourself to a standard of growth and improvement in whatever you do.
In this episode Adii, Sidra, and Waqas discuss their journey from rural Pakistan to the USA, combining craftsmanship and heritage, building a second company, how they define and are defined by labels, and what has ultimately kept them going through their business journey.
Adii and Tony discuss social entrepreneurship, interplay between business and art, the importance of honest conversations with oneself, the “why” of business, and the impact of influencers and the danger of idolizing the wrong people.
In this episode Adii and Tshepo discuss how growing up in South Africa and where you get an education can greatly affect your worldview; expanding Silicon Valley ambitions beyond San Francisco; and the concept of going big and going home.
In this episode, Adii and Tim discuss getting started in design, evolving into a team player, unfair moments of opportunity, leaving space for others, and setting an example for children through work/life decisions.
Marie Prokopets is the co-founder of tech start-up FYI and recent recipient of Product Hunt’s Golden Kitty Maker of the Year award. In this episode Adii and Marie discuss making career changes, keeping a student mindset, taking risks, and the habits and attitudes necessary for success.
Eliot Peper is the author of nine novels. In his writing, he bends and blends traditional genres to explore the intersection of technology and culture. In this episode, we discuss the intersection of Eliot’s roles and storytelling, how forgetting can be a superpower, and the importance of labels.