Who is Malik?
Some call him a spiritual giant. Others refer to him as “Deep Malik”. His peers view him as an electric businessman full of ideas and inspiration. The youth often say he’s a role model for them with quotes like “Mr. Malik I wanna be like you when I grow up”. The elders say he’s already one of the “under the radar pillars” in the black community of southeast queens. Malik has provided jobs an opportunities for over 24 years now. He gives back to local organizations because of his challenged past he is sensitive to the needs of others.
This podcast is about the stories of transformation of regular people during the basic struggle and pain of life. Everyone has a testimony, we all have survived the darkness now lets talk about how we got to the light so that we can help our brothers and sisters who still haven't overcome their demons. But guess what? We all have devils on different levels, so through conversations we use the tools of insight to light the path of hope. Lets have a chat and stop running from our issues. If we lived through it then talking about it probably wont kill us :) that's what we are doing. Talking, crying, looking inward so that we can grow outward is the theme of the show. The caterpillar transforming into the butterfly is the goal and purpose of this podcast. When you talk about you I learn about me. Iron sharpens Iron and Steel sharpens Steel so we can cut through the fog of despair into the hope of today.
Welcome to Conversations with Malik.
Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.