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Unleashing the Power of Emotional Intelligence in B2B Sales


by Joey Nanai

In the fast-paced world of B2B sales, emotions play a crucial role in the decision-making process.

The Ladies of the Afakasi Scoop


by Afakasi Scoop

We talk a lot in our episodes about our own experiences but our listeners still have some questions about us. Since we have never done a "who we are" type podcast we thought its about time we did that - just a tad delayed given that we have been podcasting for over a year now LOL.

Racing Thoughts


by Giovanni Lolohea

Working from home sucks. I don’t care who you are, working from home sucks .... What is stressing me out, is my District Health Board’s (DHB) inability to consistently provide clinicians with information or guidance about how we are meant to support clients under Level 4 restrictions.

The unseen benefit of tough times


by Jan Zabawski

What is the hardest thing you've ever done or been through?
What is something that you've always wanted to do but haven't for what ever reason(s)?
What if I told you that whatever you've been through so far in life has equipped and prepared you in a way that you have what it takes to start what you've been afraid of starting.

When is enough, enough?!


by Tee

Every girl dreams about who they’ll end up with - who their life long partner will be. The excitement of a new relationship, the endless possibilities, the hopes and dreams you hope to fulfill, your future kids you might have together, the memories you will create together, finding someone who will take care of you, understand you, and love you for you...These all play a role in how some partners are chosen (well, for most girls anyway).

The awareness norm


by Adam Tafau

Mental Health needs to be normalised to allow people to grow. I interviewed Sela Alo to gain insight on ideas of mental health, and we both expressed our journeys becoming more in tune with our own mental health awareness.

Is 13 too young?


by Tee

In our Afakasi Scoop Episode 6 podcast titled ‘Wait WHAT’ we discussed with our special guests what the right age was to start talking to our children about sex. Up until this podcast I had always believed that having limited exposure to the world of sex and my Mum not talking to me at all about it helped me focus on my studies which got me to university - my parents dream.

The struggle of giving


by Ria Reigns

Every Sunday my Nana would emerge from her room dressed in her ironed puletasi, pearl earrings, faux fur collar coat, cartwheel hat and shoes that were reserved for special occasions.

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