Opinions Are Mine
By The Gold Coast Report
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We don’t live in a static environment. Our environment is in constant transformation and we have to embrace those who bring change in our culture, mental models and systems. 'Opinions Are Mine' will try to explore these needed changes in the local fast growing young and hyper-connected era. It will give space to the game changers and the subcultures that will set the trends in the Ghanaian society in the next decade. Every episode with new challenges, guests and strong thoughts. Please feel free to debate and strongly disagree.
||CleanEp.4 | Parts Unknown||The terrible death of Anthony Bourdain inspired the last episode, which gave space to a lot of deep emotions, even few tears. There are “Parts Unknown” for all of us that fear and ignorance prevent us to discover. Being scared by the unknown is common, but it becomes dangerous when it translate with a violent refuse of understanding, like it happens the LGBTQ community in Ghana. It is also harmful when denies recognition to other issues like mental illness and vulnerability. This and much more in the 4th episode of Opinions are mine Share | Follow | Subscribe Song Credit : Special thanks to Robin-Huws for use of his song, Dear Diary. Find more of his work here Send me your comments, thoughts & reactions about this episode on: (+233)20 757 5272||6/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEp. 3 | Creative Quest||Share | Follow | Subscribe This week on Opinions Are Mine, Questlove new book called Creative Quest gives some inspiring tips to creative people. What everyone is missing is that creativity is not a job is a way of thinking and good business leaders should praise creative employees. Creative people in Ghana are the less protected and it’s time for creative people to start a cultural movement and take charge. Music, fashion and visual arts can produce wealth for this country. Stories from Daniks Peters and Threaded Tribes and support for Josie Ngminvielu for an important work on the LGBT community coming up. Song Credit : Special thanks to Robin-Huws for use of his song, Dear Diary. Find more of his work here Send me your comments, thoughts & reactions about this episode on: (+233)20 757 5272||5/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEp. 2 | Can I Be Me?||April is the month of renaissance and new beginnings. The Purple Month. It's the moment to decide to connect with your true self and be who you really are, like Prince, who left us in April, always did. From Prince to Whitney to Kanye and how being really yourself can attract criticism but also bring new joy to your life. We will also talk about how to help people who are going through painful moments, not to be scared by deep emotions and stop saying you're sorry, especially if you don't mean it. Closing love notes for Bright Ackwerh and Robin Huws.||4/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEp. 1 | Do What You Love||Subscribe to Opinions Are Mine on Apple Podcasts, Google PlayMusic, Stitcher and wherever you listen to your favourite podcast!||4/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|