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Making It Work Radio

Making It Work Radio

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INTENTION OF THE SHOW – Making It Work, a weekly podcast show, hopes to connect us to why we want to live in this awesome area and how we place our unique stamp on it.San Francisco is the fourth most expensive city to live in the US according to CBS Marketwatch, and cost of living in the city is about the same as living in Paris, France. The average cost of renting in SF is $2925 monthly and it looks like the price is steadily rising. We have all seen the flyers around the area and social media posts speaking about the outrageous cost for having a roof over our heads and what there is to do about it. We thought it would be cool to listen to how people make it work and better yet – WHY? There is a different guest featured each week, and each one brings their own special story.

Latest Episodes

Ep40-Making It Work with Money

Co-Producers Akeisha Johnson & Allegra Bandy bring forth a new era in the MIW podcast, discussing how they are making it work in the SF Bay Area, their views on money matters, and special events in the area.

38 MIN2017 NOV 1
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Ep40-Making It Work with Money

MIW 20 Sec Promo - mix2

A brief description of what Making It Work Radio is all about.

20 s2017 JUL 21
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MIW 20 Sec Promo - mix2

#39 MIW Henrik Meng - Social Media Marketing Strategist & Media Maker

The Bay Area has the largest population of Chinese Americans outside of New York City with the US. SF’s Chinatown is a featured tourist attraction which is the oldest and the largest outside of Asia, and is home to internationally renown restaurants and shops. This is one of the reasons why our guest, Henrik Meng feels at home in the Bay. With Akeisha Johnson, your host, this episode of Making it Work Henrik will share what he thinks makes the Bay a special place.

22 MIN2015 AUG 29
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#39 MIW Henrik Meng - Social Media Marketing Strategist & Media Maker

#38 MIW Nenna Joiner - Author and Small Business Owner

According to Market Watch.com the sales of sex toys was over $15 billion dollars worldwide in 2014. This is partially attributed the popularity of the “Fifty Shades” book series and kinky sex becoming mainstream. Our guest Nenna Joiner of Feelmore 510, Oakland knows a lot about sex toys and will chat with us about how she got into that business, and what keeps it all afloat. With Akeisha Johnson, life coach and your show host, this is Making it Work Radio!

22 MIN2015 AUG 23
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#38 MIW Nenna Joiner - Author and Small Business Owner

#37 MIW Jakada Imani - Director of the Center for Spiritual and Social Transformation

The Bay Area continues to be the most diverse place to live in the US. Vallejo ranks as the most ethnically diverse followed by Oakland according to KQED.com. Fremont, Sunnydale, and San Jose is where people are heard speaking a variety of languages from Spanish to Tagalog. This is one of the many reasons why the The Bay Area is such a transformative community. With Akeisha Johnson, your host, this episode of Making it Work we will chat with spiritual leader Jakada Imani about the importance of the Bay Area’s diverse community.

25 MIN2015 AUG 16
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#37 MIW Jakada Imani - Director of the Center for Spiritual and Social Transformation

#36 MIW-S3-The Kids on MIW

There are different names for the young people who were born after the year 2000. Some call this group Generation Z others refer to them as the iGeneration. What’s certain is that these young people have a lot to say! With show host, Akeisha Johnson, this episode of Making It Work will chat with three young Bay Area residents, Hali, Juliana, and Ruby, about what they think Making It Work all means!

22 MIN2015 AUG 9
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#36 MIW-S3-The Kids on MIW

#35 MIW Jill Eickmann - Improv Director, Teacher & Improvisor

The ability to develop stories has been integral for businesses, especially with brand creation, to get products into consumer hands. An important aspect of brand building is having all team members on the same page. The practice of “yes-and” in playing improv games facilitates fun and team communication in effective ways which has made improv training in demand for Fortune 500 companies. This is what our guest, Jill Eickmann, knows and does as founder and instructor for Leela-SF Improv Training Center. This episode of Making it Work, Jill will share how improv has become her life’s work and how she wants to expand her impact on the Bay Area community.

23 MIN2015 AUG 4
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#35 MIW Jill Eickmann - Improv Director, Teacher & Improvisor

#34 MIW James Gayles - Professional Visual Artist and Musician

Co-working spaces are believed to have started in San Francisco around 2005 with internet entreprenuers and freelance workers wanting to find alternatives to working in coffeeshops and cafes while being connected to their communities. The Bay Area currently has over 160 options for coworking spaces which have now expanded into many industries including visual arts. Oakstop is one of the least expensive co-working places in The Bay AND where you will find our guest painter James Gayles. With show host Akeisha Johnson, on this episode of Making It Work, we will interview this self-taught artist about his professional journey and what keeps him as a Bay Area resident!

20 MIN2015 JUL 28
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#34 MIW James Gayles - Professional Visual Artist and Musician

#33 MIW Lisa Chacon - Co-Founder at Impact Hub Oakland

The definitions for what social justice means is vast and wide. If one were to research the topic a variety of definitions would be found. What is universal about social justice is that it’s goal is to create institutions where diversity is valued and opportunities for personal development are available. This is certainly what Impact Hub Oakland has created and what our guest Lisa Chacon is committed to. With Akeisha Johnson, life coach and your show host, this episode of Making it Work, we will chat with one of the co-founders of this innovative work space about how she thrives in The Bay while making a difference.

23 MIN2015 JUL 21
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#33 MIW Lisa Chacon - Co-Founder at Impact Hub Oakland

#32 MIW Bekka Fink - Rockstar Organizer and Performing Artist

The ancient Chinese practice of feng-shui has become popular in recent years as a decoration and organizational tool for spaces. The goal of modern feng-shui is to situate human environments with good qi - or life force - to create balance for human living. This ancient method is similar to what Rockstar Organizer Bekka Fink uses to declutter spaces for her clients. With Akeisha Johnson, your host, this episode of Making it Work Bekka will share her journey on how she became the dynamo she is today.

24 MIN2015 JUL 14
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#32 MIW Bekka Fink - Rockstar Organizer and Performing Artist

Latest Episodes

Ep40-Making It Work with Money

Co-Producers Akeisha Johnson & Allegra Bandy bring forth a new era in the MIW podcast, discussing how they are making it work in the SF Bay Area, their views on money matters, and special events in the area.

38 MIN2017 NOV 1
Comments
Ep40-Making It Work with Money

MIW 20 Sec Promo - mix2

A brief description of what Making It Work Radio is all about.

20 s2017 JUL 21
Comments
MIW 20 Sec Promo - mix2

#39 MIW Henrik Meng - Social Media Marketing Strategist & Media Maker

The Bay Area has the largest population of Chinese Americans outside of New York City with the US. SF’s Chinatown is a featured tourist attraction which is the oldest and the largest outside of Asia, and is home to internationally renown restaurants and shops. This is one of the reasons why our guest, Henrik Meng feels at home in the Bay. With Akeisha Johnson, your host, this episode of Making it Work Henrik will share what he thinks makes the Bay a special place.

22 MIN2015 AUG 29
Comments
#39 MIW Henrik Meng - Social Media Marketing Strategist & Media Maker

#38 MIW Nenna Joiner - Author and Small Business Owner

According to Market Watch.com the sales of sex toys was over $15 billion dollars worldwide in 2014. This is partially attributed the popularity of the “Fifty Shades” book series and kinky sex becoming mainstream. Our guest Nenna Joiner of Feelmore 510, Oakland knows a lot about sex toys and will chat with us about how she got into that business, and what keeps it all afloat. With Akeisha Johnson, life coach and your show host, this is Making it Work Radio!

22 MIN2015 AUG 23
Comments
#38 MIW Nenna Joiner - Author and Small Business Owner

#37 MIW Jakada Imani - Director of the Center for Spiritual and Social Transformation

The Bay Area continues to be the most diverse place to live in the US. Vallejo ranks as the most ethnically diverse followed by Oakland according to KQED.com. Fremont, Sunnydale, and San Jose is where people are heard speaking a variety of languages from Spanish to Tagalog. This is one of the many reasons why the The Bay Area is such a transformative community. With Akeisha Johnson, your host, this episode of Making it Work we will chat with spiritual leader Jakada Imani about the importance of the Bay Area’s diverse community.

25 MIN2015 AUG 16
Comments
#37 MIW Jakada Imani - Director of the Center for Spiritual and Social Transformation

#36 MIW-S3-The Kids on MIW

There are different names for the young people who were born after the year 2000. Some call this group Generation Z others refer to them as the iGeneration. What’s certain is that these young people have a lot to say! With show host, Akeisha Johnson, this episode of Making It Work will chat with three young Bay Area residents, Hali, Juliana, and Ruby, about what they think Making It Work all means!

22 MIN2015 AUG 9
Comments
#36 MIW-S3-The Kids on MIW

#35 MIW Jill Eickmann - Improv Director, Teacher & Improvisor

The ability to develop stories has been integral for businesses, especially with brand creation, to get products into consumer hands. An important aspect of brand building is having all team members on the same page. The practice of “yes-and” in playing improv games facilitates fun and team communication in effective ways which has made improv training in demand for Fortune 500 companies. This is what our guest, Jill Eickmann, knows and does as founder and instructor for Leela-SF Improv Training Center. This episode of Making it Work, Jill will share how improv has become her life’s work and how she wants to expand her impact on the Bay Area community.

23 MIN2015 AUG 4
Comments
#35 MIW Jill Eickmann - Improv Director, Teacher & Improvisor

#34 MIW James Gayles - Professional Visual Artist and Musician

Co-working spaces are believed to have started in San Francisco around 2005 with internet entreprenuers and freelance workers wanting to find alternatives to working in coffeeshops and cafes while being connected to their communities. The Bay Area currently has over 160 options for coworking spaces which have now expanded into many industries including visual arts. Oakstop is one of the least expensive co-working places in The Bay AND where you will find our guest painter James Gayles. With show host Akeisha Johnson, on this episode of Making It Work, we will interview this self-taught artist about his professional journey and what keeps him as a Bay Area resident!

20 MIN2015 JUL 28
Comments
#34 MIW James Gayles - Professional Visual Artist and Musician

#33 MIW Lisa Chacon - Co-Founder at Impact Hub Oakland

The definitions for what social justice means is vast and wide. If one were to research the topic a variety of definitions would be found. What is universal about social justice is that it’s goal is to create institutions where diversity is valued and opportunities for personal development are available. This is certainly what Impact Hub Oakland has created and what our guest Lisa Chacon is committed to. With Akeisha Johnson, life coach and your show host, this episode of Making it Work, we will chat with one of the co-founders of this innovative work space about how she thrives in The Bay while making a difference.

23 MIN2015 JUL 21
Comments
#33 MIW Lisa Chacon - Co-Founder at Impact Hub Oakland

#32 MIW Bekka Fink - Rockstar Organizer and Performing Artist

The ancient Chinese practice of feng-shui has become popular in recent years as a decoration and organizational tool for spaces. The goal of modern feng-shui is to situate human environments with good qi - or life force - to create balance for human living. This ancient method is similar to what Rockstar Organizer Bekka Fink uses to declutter spaces for her clients. With Akeisha Johnson, your host, this episode of Making it Work Bekka will share her journey on how she became the dynamo she is today.

24 MIN2015 JUL 14
Comments
#32 MIW Bekka Fink - Rockstar Organizer and Performing Artist
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