De’Andrea Matthews- Conversations With Kai Mann


Graced with an abundance of gifts, Dr. De’ Andrea Matthews, without reservation, selflessly pours her heart into her work and into the lives of many in various capacities. Join us on the couch tonight for a conversation about diversity and inclusion. Watch the show Wednesdays at 7pm EST.

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Dr. Dee Website: https://about.me/DrDee#

Twitter: @DrDCMatthews Instagram: @drdcmatthews

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Executive Producer: Kai Mann Producer: Lenderrick Jones Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music: Sunny Day [audioblocks] audioblocks.com

Candace Waterman- Conversations With Kai Mann


Candace is a nationally recognized and respected business and thought leader whose expertise spans multiple disciplines, including but not limited to innovative business strategy, business certification, procurement, technology, compliance, program operations, real estate law, medical facilities management, diversity and inclusion, varying industry trends, management best practices and mindfulness leadership. Candace is a purpose driven leader whose passion is fueled by the desire to assist others in living their best life, now. Her servant-leader approach and willingness to lead with vulnerability allows her inspire others to build meaningful connections while reaching and often surpassing their goals. She has served in many leadership roles, both in the for profit and non-profit arena where she has influenced and impacted the way business is done with diverse firms across the globe. A quintessential-renaissance woman, cancer survivor and student of life, many lessons have led her to a multi-tiered life approach of Strategic Leadership, Mindfulness Well-being and a Live Intentionally Lifestyle. Additionally, she has received many awards and recognition for her tireless work and being a leading business subject matter expert. She currently resides in the Washington, D.C. area enjoys reading, the culinary arts, sports and scuba diving. With a mission to break the glass ceiling of life, Candace Waterman is a creative and dynamic force to be reckoned with!

Kai Mann kai-mann.com

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Twitter: @converskaimann Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann Tumblr: @conversationswithkaimann

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Executive Producer: Kai Mann Producer: Lenderrick Jones Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music: Sunny Day [audioblocks] audioblocks.com

Sub-Posts


When we think of legacy we begin to think with a conscious state of mind. We start to think in different terms of what we want our legacy to look and feel like. Some years ago I began to consciously post. I posted videos and written posts, some with flyers attached of the things I was learning, questions I wanted to see what others thought, and experiences that I have had. As a thinker and someone who wants to better themselves on every level I consciously break apart experiences that I have. My goal is to see where I went wrong, and what I can do better in the next experience. For most of us our legacy will live on in our children’s children and when my legacy asks “What was I like,? What was I thinking? What was I learning? And who was I trying to be?” I believe that I will have left a wealthy electronic footprint of answers through everything that I do. My experiences are not just for people to see. I’m leaving a legacy for my children’s children to follow.

You see, I am an adult that recognize that I have missed out on a lot of wisdom. Much of it that I’ve had to learn myself through my own experiences. I realized a long time ago that even though I wasn’t taught a lot of things it was still “my” responsibility to learn. So after careful thought I begin to consciously post those lessons from experiences because maturity allow us to see a lesson or experience from a different level or consciousness as we grow and evolve and I wanted to be mature enough to share what I learned.
So, when I am not around to give answers to questions that my children’s children may have questions to I pray that I have left with them most of everything that they’ll need to know to walk in wisdom and knowledge.

When I recently was told “You seem to sub-post a lot” no, I’m pretty conscious about everything that I post and the way that I post it. My strategy is to put out everything I learn as I learn it. It’s a reference for myself and for my legacy.

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Conversations With Kai Mann- Yusef Bunchy Shakur


We had a compelling conversation with the reformed son of the notorious Zone 8 neighborhood in Detroit; Yusef Bunchy Shakur. Shakur talks about wrestling with demons, accepting the power of who he’s become and being a revolutionary.

Watch the Conversations With Kai Mann show Wednesdays at 7pm EST.

Yusef Bunchy Shakur
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/BUNCHY4

Host: Kai Mann
Website: kai-mann.com
Instagram: @kaiology
Facebook: @kai.mann
Twitter: @kaiology

Show:
Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann
Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann
Twitter: @converskaimann

Videography: Lenderrick Jones [Focus One Entertainment]
Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music By Arnav Sristava
Song(s): King’s Castle
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Conversations With Kai Mann- Prophet Cedric Wright II


20160525_201754Wednesday, May 25th running behind about fifteen minutes I jump out of my SUV reach into the driver’s backseat, and grab the white dress shirt off the hanger. Quickly I put it on, buttoning it down and slipping the hem of both sides in my jeans. Before shutting both the driver’s front and rear doors I pulled my backpack and a small soft-sided cooler out and began walking toward my camera man Lenderrick.  He, usually awaiting my presence has now began pulling out his camera equipment. Greeting him first with a hug as I always do, I take the softbox lighting fixture in my free hand, he closes the door and we begin walking toward the front entrance of the Roberts RiverWalk Hotel.

Allowing the guests of the Conversations With Kai Mann show to choose the location of where they want their conversations, I was excited about the look and feel and thought “What a great choice.” Initially not seeing Cedric Wright, II, Lenderrick and I through the hotel’s front entrance walk outside because the initial conversation was scheduled near the Riverwalk. It was windy that day and not having seen Cedric as of yet Lenderrick and I decide it would be best to move the conversation inside: little did we know Cedric had already spoken with the Hotel’s Desk Manager and secured a beautiful spot, a landing between the third and fourth floor. We greeted Cedric when we met him. He admitted to me that he was a little nervous. I assured him that this was just a conversation between he and I, there just happens to be a couple of cameras here I said and smiled.

I had never met Cedric before. I am a watcher. Some would call it lurking. I watch people sometimes for years if I find them fascinating. I try to figure out who they are, how they’ve transformed, how I might be able to serve them, and ways to introduce them to the world. You say lurking, I say research.

Cedric and I find ease in our conversation as if we had known each other before. I begin to tell him about the show, what my vision is and why I chose him to have a conversation with. He’s intrigued. I have white wash clothes for drying off and bottled water in the cooler and offer Cedric one. He takes a bottled water and I hand one to my camera man as well. While Lenderrick is setting up we continue talking and I ask if there is anything off limits. Cedric assures me he is an open book. We get to talking and laughing and I’m wishing this part was captured on film; however, it is not.

Camera and lighting now set up, we begin our conversation. It is amazing. Two souls weaving in and out of conversation as if they had been planned. They were not. Questions and responses leading to more inquiry as to who he is, why he’s here, and how his life has unfolded. It seems to be getting more in depth just as my camera man would direct us to a break. The breaks were even better than what was filmed. The conversations in between would lead us hurriedly back into filming as I was reminded that we were not on camera. The next five breaks would either be rushed or I’d beg us both not to talk so that we were steadfast in getting everything filmed.

When the conversation was over I felt full in a spiritual kind of way but that didn’t stop there. As Lenderrick, my camera man put his equipment away we were all talking and Cedric gave each of us a prophesy. We sat quiet for a moment and then went back to talking. We all walked outside of the Hotel so that we could film Cedric and I walking and talking near the Riverwalk, the conversation there too was amazing.

When I decided to do Conversations With Kai Mann my goal was to help heal myself and others. Partly selfish, and partly self-less. I wanted to show life from a transformational perspective bridging the gaps in society. Showing how we are all interconnected and how to transform our lives just as others did.  A real life visual tutorial so to speak. This contextual perspective would allow others entry to the souls who’ve done so before. I have to admit that I am proud of what the show promises and this conversation was destined confirmation.

To watch the Conversations With Kai Mann show log on Wednesdays at 7:00pm est. to www.watchthelivenetwork.com