Michelle McNabb is a wedding planner. She graduated from Penn State University and focused primarily on wedding planning. She ended up working in corporate America and ultimately developed and managed the marketing division of a nationwide business to business mortgage department with 70 outside sales reps. Her goal was to be an entrepreneur by age 30. She opened Emenee Marketing ‘n’ Events full time when she was 27 and now at age 30 is taking the steps to scale her business and help other event planners do the same.

She helps event exhibitors convert their event marketing spend into a highly profitable investment. The process includes identifying and executing the whole event cycle: strategy, logistics, networking, nurturing, sales and metrics.

She focuses primarily on companies that sponsor industry and corporate trade shows looking to maximize their investment for event marketing and help event planners achieve multiple streams of income nationwide & overcome off-season dry spells.




Born on the 22nd of January 1991 Mugzy had to fight through his adolescent years. Struggling with deep internal stress, he found inspiration in Eminem after his first encounter with Hip-Hop when he heard the song ‘The Way I Am’. Mugzy felt that he could strongly relate to the lyrics in Eminem’s songs & began to change his image to be a true representative of the Hip-Hop culture.
As he developed his style and studied Hip-Hop, he found further inspiration from the legends: 2 Pac, Biggie, 50 Cent, DMX, & searched further into the roots of Hip-Hop to re-discover artists like Public Enemy, NWA & Nas.
Drawing inspiration from the masters of Hip-Hop & armed with the knowledge earned through years of hardship, Mugzy’s rap speaks of truth. A raw truth. A truth that will resound with teenagers that have had to endure self doubt & lack of confidence.
Mugzy emerged from the shadow through Hip-Hop & found a way to express himself through his music by embracing the culture.


Obstacles are the breakfast of champions. Star shall share with us how she was laid off twice and how she succeeded and moved to the next level. She is a mother of two children, married and lives just outside of Washington, DC in Maryland. She loves putting smiles on others faces, volunteering in schools and community. Spending quality family time together is very important to her and she enjoys traveling as much as possible. Most of her family lives thousands of miles away – all across the United States, and her in-laws live in Panama. She enjoys learning new Spanish words and phrases everyday. Coloring is very therapeutic, and allows star to get into her creative Zone. She created “Color More and Stress less.” While coloring with her children.. Her hope is that you make coloring a family thing as well. You would be surprise as to what conversations come out of children’s mouth while they are in their creative zone – priceless!



Listen to this podcast on INJUSTICE as Frances and Potable shared our on injustice America, Nigeria and other parts of the world.

There is no country in the world that is immune to Injustice. Injustice is everywhere. Frances and I shall discuss injustice in USA and Nigeria and other parts of the world. Frances is from USA and she studied criminal Justice. She is a podcaster, writer, speaker and public affair officer. She is the author of Dancing in Your View, The Lie, Gaining Peace, As We Grow and many more… Potable is from Nigeria. He studied accounting and safety. He is a podcaster, writer, fitness instructor and recording artiste. He currently has a song(So Fun Jesu) on air. It is also on Amazon, Spotify, YouTube and other blogs. He is the author of Without Birthing Ideas The World Would Remain Stagnant. He is working on his new song, article and book to be released soon.




To clear your doubt on these questions:

1. Is education for money or for assertiveness?
2. Why is trade education important
3. How unlearn unlocks 21th century problems.
Click on the two links below to get the answers.
If have any question, Frances Lillian Bynum and Potable shall be available to answer through our website blog: imi17.com




Frances Lillian Bynum also known as Sweetlemon is a public affair executive, writer, motivational speaker and the founder of Sweetlemon. She is from Alpharetta, GA, USA. She studied criminal justice in the American International University(AIU). She loves writing, reading, singing, podcasting, family and volunteering.

She is the author of Dancing in Your View, As We Grow, The Lie,  to name a few.



To our audience, uhm, I remain your host Potable here in Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria . While our cohost is Mr. Heath and he is in New England, USA.

Today’s episode is EDUTAINMENT.

Mr. Heath please tell us a little about yourself?

Uhm, yeah I run a show called Morning Mangami. I do it for a company called Mangami. I am a podcaster just like you Potable. Thanks for having me on the show. That is me in a nutshell.

Thank you very much

To our audience, this show is brought by Innovative Mindset Initiative and Mangami, collaboration between USA and Nigeria.  And our cohost is Mr. Heath and I remain your host Potable.

Mr. Heat, please what is the meaning of edutainment?

Uhm, from what I know about the concept, is really just a way to educate through entertainment in order to make education a more enjoyable one because if you think about getting educated and going to school, to most people, it is like a drag. It’s like they don’t want to go and do it.

Ok, that is great. Thanks for that elaborate explanation.

Can edutainment help to facilitate early child education?

Uhm, yes, I think it can. I think you have that thing like children shows and stuff like that just like uh, do you know who Dora the explorer is?

I don’t think so.

It is a children cartoon. It engages the children to solve problems with Dora. I absolutely think that education can stay in coming up with edutainment.

Has edutainment really helped to improve education in 21st century?

Uhm, I think there are forms of it out there that have helped education in 21st century. I think they have the big role of education going on from 21st century, like everybody has a screen in front of them, you know, it makes it more accessible. I don’t know if it really helps to improve so much as to change the game.

Alright, you know here in Africa we have many countries still developing and some are still underdeveloped; do you think schools in Africa should adopt edutainment?

I think that they should adopt forms of it. But I think there is a part of it that you have to be careful with because it really depends on who is making the edutainment. They could skew it to whatever way they think. Well, as a teacher in class room and learning is really vital for them because their teacher is there with them every day and it is more hands on for them with the kids. You know what I mean? I think for some of it, for sure there should be edutainment. But I don’t think it should be adopted as the core curriculum.

Ok, talking about development; do you think edutainment helps a country to develop?

I think it can. I think it absolutely can help them develop. Also it is something you cannot completely trust a hundred percent because it can be turned into propaganda, just as easily as it can be used for edutainment. This is an example.

Ok, we know that United States of America is a developed country; do you think that edutainment has played a role in developing United States of America?

Uhm, uh, I think in a way yeah it has. Uh, but I think it is really clear right now with the state of America’s political climate. I think that if you are learning through edutainment, it can be swayed to somebody’s opinion. It is like personal thinking more than actual fact or learning. It is like being able to take concept, complicated theories, being able to do something with them, change the world, go create something new and invent something. It is kind of hard to say that it has big role. I also think the idea of edutainment has been around for a while, but it is being a lot more flushed out within the last couple of years.

Ok, what about the invention of computer; has it really helped to improve the world and make the world come close?

It has connected us.

How can one benefit from edutainment?

Everybody learns differently and a majority of people do through a form of edutainment because it is so easy. The whole concept of is for it to be entertaining and enjoyable while you are learning. It is importance because it is easy for people across the world to tune into because it’s being entertaining and enjoyable for learning as compared to sitting down, reading a book and taking a test at the end of the week. You know what I mean?

Yeah, I get you correctly.

Alright, thank you very much Mr. Heath. It is good having you on this show.

Thank you for having me.

I know our audience have learnt a lot and if you want to know more and if you didn’t hear Mr. Heath clearly, you can get in touch us on our website blog; imi17.com. Click on our blog, it shall be available on Monday. Any other question you need to ask, you can ask Mr. Heath through the comment page so that he can attend to you. Thank you very much for this great show and I believe that our audience have learnt a lot and those that have not connected yet will learn a lot when we send it to our blog. Thank you very much, Mr. Heath.

Thank you, Potable.

Thank you very much.



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More information about Mr Heath:

Heath LaBombard simply known as Heath is from New England, USA. He is a film maker and music video director. He is a martial art instructor and he studied motion picture, movie and television production in the Academy of Art University, San Fransisco California. He is the producer and director of the movie Dorm Zombies. He likes podcasting.






Welcome to Innovative Mindset talks show brought to you by Innovative Mindset Initiative.

We have Sonitalks on our talk show today.

I want you to tell us a little about yourself?

My name Is Ewere Sonia Aisosa and  I am the producer of The Sonitalks Podcast. I am a youth driver, productivity coach, a writer, a public speaker, also an advocate for children and less privilege.

It is so great to know that a young lady is doing something great.

Are you married?

No, I am not married.

Guys, she is not married. Contact IMI for her contact.


Our topic today is sharing.

What is sharing?

Well, I will like to define sharing according to my own definition. I see sharing as giving a portion of what you have to others. It is a life skill. I used the word skill because it is something everybody needs to learn how to do. Not everybody is born with the ability to share. It is very vital for us to learn how to share.

Can you tell us the benefit of sharing?

Well, ohm, sharing makes you feel good. Whenever you share, especially when you are going through tribulation and feel some burden you feel relieved. Whenever you share there is oxytocin hormone that is released in your brain. It helps to relieve you from stress. It makes you feel alive; you become happy whenever you share.

A good one.

Why do people hate sharing?

One of the reasons why people don’t like sharing is because they feel they will share their knowledge. They don’t want to share what they got with money. If you don’t share, all the information will get clustered all over your brain and you will not grow.

Why do people hate sharing people’s publication and work on social media?

It is based on hatred. They don’t want to see the publisher make progress. They don’t want you to feel important.

How does sharing make one productive?

Sharing makes someone productive in the sense that sometime you get to share what you know. When you share, you get to learn from it. Sometimes you get to learn that your view on what you shared was wrong.

Why is sharing on social media important?

It is very important because it helps the publisher to know their audience. It boosts the publisher’s moral to do more and learn more. Sharing somebody’s work on social media helps to make the world a better place and helps the publisher to reach a global audience.

Have you ever gained from sharing someone’s work on social media and sharing generally?

Yes, I have gained a lot. But the one that stands out is the one that happened last week Thursday. On Thursday, I just happened to promote a book lunch, not knowing the book lunch was on Friday. Immediately I promoted the book lunch, the author came to my in box and told me to host the book lunch. After hosting the book lunch, the book of three thousand naira was delivered to me free. That is one of the benefits I have gotten from sharing. By sharing I have been recognized by people I don’t even know. So sharing goes a long way to help.

This is a good testimony. Guys, go out there and start sharing. Social media is not for selfish people.

What are the importance of likes and comments on works, publications and articles?

Your likes and comments are very important to articles on social media both offline and online. Commending somebody is very important. If you see something good, try to tell the person this is good. Even when you don’t feel it is good, just say something nice. I will also encourage us to use the emotion button. You have love, happy and laugh button. When you are reading somebody’s work put down what added value to you. It encourages the publisher to do more.

Thank you. This is like a feedback. Everybody needs feedback to grow and sharing gives us happiness.

‘’By giving the people the power to share, we are making to world more transparent’’

 –Mark Zuckerberg.

We are bringing the world closer to us by sharing. Thank you very much for this piece. We appreciate loads  for coming to our show.

Thank you very much.

Alright, this is your host POTABLE we have come to the end of this program, sharing. Our cohost is no other person than SONITALKS. Thank you very much once again and have a great day, bye.



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