Welcome to Season 3 of ‚Pioneer Spirit & Mainstream Thoughts‘ podcast.
This podcast is about transformational leadership/entrepreneurship, communication, and co-creation.
In this episode, Stephanie is having a conversation with Timoh Mwangi - a nature-oriented process worker, IT student, and member of Deep Democracy Institute Kenya Community. In this conversation, Timoh Mwangi shares his transition from being a stand-up comedian to studying process work and how process work gave birth to his dream of studying IT. Timoh talks about his fundraising journey to support his education in IT and the edges he faced. He highlights the unity and diversity of Kenyan tribes after a history of tribalism and the significant role ancestors play in Kenyan culture. The conversation concludes with a discussion on planting seeds as a way to track personal projects and sharing about his upcoming project called Conquer the Mountain.
Timoh Maina Mwangi from Kenya. Born in Subukia, Nakuru County and now living in Nairobi, Timoh is a nature-oriented process worker currently working on his diploma in Process Work. He is a member of Deep Democracy Institute Kenya Community. Timoh also holds a diploma in IT and is currently advancing his studies to a bachelor's degree in IT. He also specializes in art (theatre, comedy, and dances).
Stephanie Bachmair is the founder of B.ONFIRE. She is also a process work diplomate and executive coach/facilitator. Stephanie is working in the organizational field with a focus on transformational leadership. She is communication passionate, is researching and lecturing Transformational Storytelling, and is a change catalyst thanks to her process work facilitation skills.
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Pioneer Spirit and Mainstream Thoughts podcast is about transformational leadership/entrepreneurship, communication, and co-creation.
Main editor: Iina Santamäki, B.ONFIRE