Synopsis

The Young God is a curation of ideas, stories and conversations that helps us visualize what we might look like as the best version of ourselves. This podcast is a celebration of individuality, creativity and truth in a world where all three are in short supply.

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Jun 14, 2022

Peter Obi: A God Among Monsters

“Things are bad… And in comes this guy with an incredible track record. He’s not saying, ‘I will.’ He’s saying, ‘it’s been done.’ Go…
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Jun 11, 2022

Confessions of a Deep Woke Womanizer: Romancin' & Financin' [SIDE B]

“Everything is inspiration if you’re paying attention..” This is the story about the time my attempt to toast a beautiful woman inspired one of…
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Jun 9, 2022

Confessions of a Deep Woke Womanizer [SIDE A]

“I am a womanizer… in the best way.” The word ‘womanizer’ is misunderstood. Listen while Rodney waxes lyrical about the womanizer — what h…
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Jun 3, 2022

One Chance: More than a Boardgame

"One Chance is the Fela of board games." Very very high praise by yours truly but you need to play it to believe it. I sat down with Babafemi Fagbemi,…
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May 27, 2022

Don't Leave Your Comfort Zone. Expand It.

''You can be great or you can be safe. Nothing wrong with either one. But you can't be both at the same time.'' -Jas Waters. Rodney attempts to reimag…
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May 20, 2022

A Love Letter to My Listeners (3rd Anniversary)

"My biggest flex is my audience. I love the quality of people my podcast attracts." To show my appreciation and dedication to those who have come on t…
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May 20, 2022

What Empathy Really Looks Like

"Empathy is that b*tch. It's the baddest b*tch of them all." Empathy is the singular most important soft skill we have in our arsenal but it's also th…
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May 13, 2022

Ken Nwadiogbu: To Japa or Not to Japa (SIDE B)

“Where I currently am [Nigeria] is not working out for me and where I’m going is no guarantee. It’s such a risk.” The Nigerian migrant's dilem…
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May 13, 2022

Ken Nwadiogbu: No Longer a Starving Artist (SIDE A)

"The days of the broke Nigerian artist are over" - Ken Nwadiogbu. Fresh off his debut solo art exhibition in Retro Africa, Abuja, and having his works…
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May 7, 2022

Ronald Nzimora: The Bright Side to the Biafra War (SIDE B)

"Our people [Igbos] learned how to overcome adversity. It's a great trait to have as a human being." - Ronald Nzimora. A conversation about Nigeria an…
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