Daniel Mayen

We are thrilled to have a very special guest joining us, Daniel Mayen.

Daniel will be sharing his incredible journey from Khartoum, Sudan to Australia in the early 2000s.

During our conversation, Daniel will take us back to his early experiences, painting a vivid picture of the challenges he faced when adapting to a new country and culture. He will share the profound impact that his family and their values had on shaping his character and guiding him through the ups and downs of life.

Daniel is passionate about making a difference in the lives of others, particularly troubled youth. Drawing from his own experiences, he will provide valuable advice and insights for young people offering them hope, inspiration, and practical solutions.

With his charismatic and laid-back demeanor, Daniel will make this episode a truly engaging and exciting experience.

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