December 4th, 2018 | Season 1 | 59 mins 19 secs
activism, activist, anxiety, artsit, beards, beats, brampton, community, conscious, diversity, encouragement, entrepreneur, failure, fear, freestyle, growth, hiphop, humble, identity, immigrant, immigrants, impact, interview, introvert, knowledge, lyricist, malton, marvel, mc, mississauga, motivation, noyz, passion, performance, podcast, podcasters, podcasting, process, progress, psychology, punjabi, purpose, radio, rap, rapper, rct, sauga, sikh, sikhism, speaker, storytelling, toronto, voice, wisdom, wutang, xmen
One of the more socially conscious and dopest artists/lyricists, Noyz, joins us for the LAST guest episode of Season 1 of Real Community Talks! On this episode we talk about the passing of one of the GOAT's Stan Lee, how LOVE can be expressed differently, how he overcame anxiety and the fear of sharing his art, and how he wishes he had started some things earlier in life.
October 2nd, 2018 | Season 1 | 1 hr 27 secs
addictions, brampton, communicator, community, counselling, creatives, depression, education, eminem, emotions, entrepreneur, etobicoke, film, generosity, growing, growth, happiness, harman, harmanjit, health, hiphop, hp, intelligence, interview, kindess, love, malton, mississauga, motivation, podcast, podcasters, podcasting, positivity, power, psychology, punjabi, purpose, radio, rap, rct, rct ep 20, rct podcast, real community talks, selfless, sikh, writing
Harmanjit Khakh cannot be described by a traditional title because he prefers to be defined as someone whose purpose is to exude, live and spread positivity. On this episode we talk about realizing your emotional intelligence, how perspective can turn negativity into positivity, how the modern education system is failing students, and the importance of trusting your age.
July 24th, 2018 | Season 1 | 55 mins 34 secs
brampton, celebrating daughters, entrepreneur, laadliyan, malton, manvir bhangu, mississauga, non profit, podcast, punjabi, rct podcast, real community talks, sikh, son preference, ted talks, toronto, video podcast, womens rights, womens rights activist, youth worker
Manvir Bhangu is the Founder and Executive Director of the non-profit organization, "Laadliyan", Celebrating Daughters. Recently, Manvir received an award from the Brampton Board of Trade as one of Brampton’s Top 40 under 40 for her outstanding work in her community. On this episode we talk about how Manvir started her own non-profit organization, her passion for celebrating daughters/women’s rights, and how failure was the best thing that ever happened to her growth.