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How do you expand the power of your mind? How do you find your purpose? How can you change your life - and the world? In his new podcast, The Mind Power Mixtape, Oscar, Emmy and Grammy-winning rapper Common conducts a series of illuminating and exciting conversations with an amazing group of artists, to explore the secrets of life, love, art and faith.

Each conversation takes us on an intimate journey to discover how each member of this incredible group developed their way of thinking, how they use that power in their life and how they employ it to serve other people. Common’s guests include Oscar-winning actor Mahershala Ali, barrier-breaking ballerina Misty Copeland, comic Hasan Minhaj, activist-lawyer Bryan Stevenson, actress-comedian Tiffany Haddish, and legendary rapper Nas.

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Wow...a gem for sure

Stumbled upon this one but man is it good.
I loved listening to these people and their frank and inspirational words.
Go for it guys it definitely worth it !

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full of inspiration

this book holds true inspiration and help to learn to believe ur self and how to go for sucess

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  • Adam
  • 05-02-21

What connects us

This is excellent one of the best podcasts on Audible. It's a run of interviews of people who have used their minds in incredibly successful and inspiring ways, to beat the odds and create something true, be it legal help for those who need it the most, stand up comedy, dance and more. They are interviewed by American rapper, actor, and writer Common, who draws great responses out of them. This is powerfully about voices in the black community, but it is for everyone, at heart it is about what connects us all. I haven't heard matters of faith, justice, and the heart talked about in such an authentic way for a long time. I am praying for another season of this. Just brilliant

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  • Raka
  • 20-12-20

Legendary Lyrical Genius!

The first guest was none other than Illmatic Nas!

Two lyrical geniuses in 1 place! Loved it

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  • Imanuel
  • 16-12-20

Truly inspiring

He begins with a freestyle introduction to the artist, and ends with a chosen hip-hop verse that sums up that artist. In between, he allows the inspirational light of the artist shine.

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  • TheZee
  • 07-12-20

Moving and Making

This was an enthralling production. Common really facilitated this with verve, soup and peace. l loved every interview. This is moving and making of the highest quality.

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  • Angelina
  • 19-03-21

Loved it!!

my fav by far was Bryan Stevenson but they were all very interesting. So awesome that the African American societies are rising above the stereotyping and prejudices that they endure all day every day. become the change you want to see in the world. my man Gandhi

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