Have you noticed that we humans in general tend to delay anything and everything till we no more can? Probably we are programmed to procrastinate!
But once we get started, we manage to get a lot done. Although we rarely find ourselves in the mindset where we want to get started on something that we know will take a lot of time or effort.
You’ve been there. We’ve all been there. We know we should be doing it but for some reason just can’t get started on it. Maybe you want to start setting up a website or there is a coding project you’ve been putting off. Or maybe you want to build your empire. But the problem is that you just can’t get started.
Sameer Sawaqed started the “The More We Know” podcast since he realized that a lot of us, especially those in our 20s do not have a lot of motivation and the relevant guidance that pushes them to start working on our aims and dreams. On his podcast, Sameer brings on experts from around the world to help inspire, educate and empower especially those from Generation Z – the generation he belongs to!
Inviting the mayor of Miami and the founder of Reebok on his podcast and documenting his weight loss journey of 100 pounds, are some examples that show Sameer’s commitment to motivating others.
Sameer truly understands the lack of motivation people thinking of losing weight can experience. As a child, he struggled with being obese, so he understands how very important it is to inspire and motivate others to enable them to get in their fittest form.
While playing his part in pushing people to begin with their first step towards the aim they so dearly want to achieve, Sameer also focuses on mentoring them.
His podcast is different from a regular interview. It’s focused on mentorship, so when you plugin you get insight to help YOU succeed based on how he does his interviews.
And while we would love to keep you here all day by keeping you hooked by sharing the awe-inspiring story of Sameer Sawaqed, we would genuinely suggest you stand up and start working on the thing you have been wanting to do so dearly. So do it! Now! Then come back and let us know how it went.