Life on Hifi

Exploring self-mastery and creative power

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Wednesday Mar 16, 2022

Passion has Roux’s Life on Hifi! She is a graphic artist, body painter and entrepreneur based in Jamaica, but during her time in University, she fell into depression and was discouraged from doing art. In part 2 of our conversation, we delve deeper into her story to uncover life lessons. We talk about things like how she manages her depression, the constant self-discipline it takes and spirituality vs. religion.

Monday Dec 27, 2021

A solo episode, unlike other episodes. Dom had a series of revelations on her recent trip to Waterloo, Ontario. It was poetic and vulnerable, which took her by surprise. She uses this season finale to convey the essence of this drive via storytelling so it’s possible for you to follow along as if you were there. If there’s one thing she’d like you to get from this story is a reminder that sometimes we just need a little alone time in a new environment to be in awe of life again.

Sunday Sep 12, 2021

Imagine a simple life where you live off the land and have little to no technology. Much like my grandparents, for a portion of her life, Rita grew up with almost nothing in Rwanda. She would have never imagined her life now, speaking English and living in Toronto. We met at an upcoming modelling agency where today she is a beauty queen, show host of the Cyper Show, humanitarian, activist, speaker— but she is so much more than that. This episode is for YOU, if you want to get into the mind of someone who will do whatever it takes to carve their own path.

Sunday Jul 18, 2021

Roux is a graphic artist, body painter and entrepreneur based in Jamaica. Join us as we learn about Roux's journey from a science student to an artist, what inspired her to make the change, all the obstacles she had to overcome and how it led her to manifest cool opportunities like "Imprint Jamaica". This episode is all about biting the bullet to put yourself out there and the lessons that came with doing that in a conservative country like Jamaica. Resources From This Episode To learn more about Imprint Jamaica, check out this article.  Follow Roux and Imprint Jamaica on Instagram   CTA Do you want to receive exclusive news and updates from Life on Hifi? Sign up for our newsletter!

Sunday Jun 13, 2021

Nathan is a Toronto-based multi-disciplinary artist who believes in constantly evolving your craft. He is the creator of the open-mic styled event called Jane street speaks and the mental health infused online event for artists called Aspire to Inspire. Nathan creates these spaces to empower local artists. In this episode, we talk about being a creative entrepreneur, evolving as an artist while remaining loyal to your core and so much more!

Wednesday Jun 09, 2021

This interlude is meant to disrupt the larger composition of the Life on Hifi podcast album. Safe Space is a spoken word poem I originally wrote for the Bentway Takeover Art initiative in partnership with Vibe Arts. It pays homage to the spaces that make us feel a true sense of belonging. Where we feel like our most authentic selves. Beats by Solo Otto and Parker Jozeph  

Sunday May 23, 2021

Description  In part 2 of our After Show special, we continue our girl talk with long-time friend, Romayleah Etwaroo. Join us in our chat where we touch on soulmates, introverts vs. extroverts, lessons learned this past year, and tech’s role in helping us during the pandemic. Last but not least, find out what has Ro’s Life on Hifi!   Key Takeaways: 01:05 Do you believe in having multiple soulmates?  6:20 Everything 2020 has taught us 9:34 Working from home.   16:23 How life has changed since the pandemic & manifesting your best life  

Sunday May 02, 2021

In part 1 of our second After Show special, my long-time friend Romayleah stops by for some good conversation and reflection as we unpack Episodes 10 & 11 with Randel. Romayleah has recently completed her masters abroad and gives us an insight on how she got prepared and the obstacles she faced. Like any good girl chat, more topics get thrown in the mix from  migrating from the Caribbean and heartbreak to perfectionism and how toxic social media can be.

Sunday Apr 04, 2021

In Part 2 with Randell, the founder of RISE (the arts movement and company based in Toronto), we talk about self discipline as a  form of self love, putting yourself first, performing for Obama, learnings from the pandemic, the trick to manifesting bigger moves, money and more. His life is coloured with challenges and triumphs, from having multiple near death experiences, to being arrested, to sharing the same stage with former US president. Tune in as we dig into “claiming what’s yours.”

Sunday Mar 21, 2021

Randell, is the founder of RISE, the arts movement and company based in Toronto. His life is coloured with challenges and triumphs, from having multiple near death experiences, to being arrested, to sharing the same stage with former president Barack Obama while performing a beautiful spoken word segment in 2020. Tune in as we dig into his story and talk about the idea of “claiming what’s yours.”

Sunday Feb 28, 2021

In Part 2 of "Finding Your Way," Flo, a creative in transit who recently quit his roles as a Financial Advisor at CIBC and Creative Director of YAWA magazine, reflects on fear, money and time. The search for clarity has his Life on Hifi.

Monday Feb 15, 2021

Guest Folarin Odunayo, aka Flo, is a creative in transit. He recently quit his roles as Financial Advisor at CIBC and Creative Director of YAWA magazine to embark on a new journey of self discovery. Follow along as we touch on fear, love, money and peeling back the layers of who we are

Friday Jan 01, 2021

Episode 7 is a continuation of episode 6, focusing on the importance of finding stillness in the midst of a busy mind. Listen to Dominic Justina and aspiring filmmaker Nana Frimpong reflect on life, self care and balance.

Monday Dec 28, 2020

Episode 6  is all about the importance of finding stillness in the midst of a busy mind. Listen to Dominic Justina and aspiring filmmaker Nana Frimpong reflect on life, self care and balance.

Sunday Dec 30, 2018

Sharine Taylor, Founder and Editor-in-chief of Bashy Magazine, talks finding her footing as a writer and her passion for Jamaican cultural production. We also talk testing your creative strength, translating that energy into entrepreneurship and embracing the trial and error of it all.

Wednesday Oct 31, 2018

Career coach and author, Luki Danukarjanto, reveals the stuff he wish he knew earlier and the story of his switch from the corporate to entrepreneur world. We explore myths about university, why building relationships trumps all and why it’s important to challenge the status quo. This is a synopsis of part 2 of this conversation, stay tuned for the full version.

Wednesday Oct 31, 2018

Toronto’s millennial career coach and author, Luki Danukarjanto says, “The pain of doing weighs ounces and the pain of regret weighs tons.” After much career success, Luki faces a quarter-career-crisis and decides to leave his industry job to follow what he loves. This is a synopsis of part 1, stay tuned for the full conversation

Wednesday Oct 31, 2018

Inspired by Episode 1, this is a conversation between three young women #millennials #creatives who tackle some of life’s most marvellous questions, with pizza and wine. Dominic Justina converses with Oprah in her head, Sienna admits she can’t memorize 100 words everyday and Audrey doesn’t think Oprah is a real person (Oprah we love you). It gets pretty deep. Cheers!

Wednesday Oct 31, 2018

Transitions. We all go through them, but they are not always easy. Toronto-based visual artist, Kofi Frempong, reveals just how much stepping outside of his comfort zone crafted a new beginning for him as he shares the story of honouring his passion.


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