Get ready cause we're going deep today! In this episode, Abbas Wahab challenges us to think who we are and are not, and shares his story of how he came to do what he loves and built his own identity.
Abbas Wahab is a Sudanese-Canadian comedian, actor, writer, and the host of @The Immigrant Section Podcast.
In this episode, Abbas reflects on his journey and what led him to decide to change his career, from an engineer in San Francisco to a stand-up comedian. Abbas aims to challenge you to reflect on what truly makes you happy and fulfilled, and how you can define your own identity. By listening to this episode, you might realize that you're a different person than you thought you were. Abbas's story tells all.
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What We Talk About with Abbas:
05:55 How Was Abbas Sold Into Pursuing Engineering
07:28: When Did Abbas Realize That He Screw Himself Over by Becoming an Engineer
09:17 How Abbas's Childhood Cultivated Him Into Becoming a Comedian
12:23 The Reality Behind the Hollow Entertainment Industry
15:40 How Abbas is Finding His Voice
17:30 If You Don't Love What You Do, You're Wasting Your Life
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