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Fintech, What the Heck?
Ep. 37 | User-Based Organic Growth ft. Aries

Fintech, What the Heck?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 23:09


In this episode of FWTH Andrew chats with Reda Falih, the CEO of Aries - a trading platform available in over 130 countries.Did you know that in order to cover the upstart costs as a new trader, you have to beat the S&P 500 by 50 basis points??! Andrew and Reda talk about how to overcome that and get started as a trader, organic growth, and how listening to users can be a competitive edge.To learn more about Aries, visit: https://tradearies.com/Fintech, What the Heck? dives into the future of innovation in the finance field. Join Andrew Carpenter as he interviews industry experts, confers with coworkers, and discusses disruption in the field. Sponsored by Intrinio.  Intrinio is a financial data partner powering innovators at financial institutions, startups, and universities by delivering high-quality data through cutting-edge tools designed for developers and engineers, via an automated data supply chain. If you're creating the next big thing, we're here to help – see what it means to be #PoweredbyIntrinio at https://intrinio.com. 

The Get More Frank Podcast
A Special Interview with Ali Reda & Damian Boudreaux - Part 1

The Get More Frank Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 23:05


In this special interview, I had my annual sit down with car sales super-star (and world record holder) Ali Reda and performance coach, Damian Boudreaux to talk about this year's sales, and gather some incredible advice about how you can set and break through your own sales records.

The Dealer Playbook
Ali Reda: Is selling 100 cars a month still possible?

The Dealer Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 63:54


In this episode of The Dealer Playbook, host Michael welcomes Ali Reda, the world's top-performing car sales professional. Yes, you read that right! Instead of a traditional interview format, Michael presents exclusive audio from a monthly office hours call for clients only, featuring Ali Reda and other dealers asking him questions.Is selling 100 cars a month still possible? In today's digital age, it can be easy to get caught up in the hype of lead generation and social media ads, but the truth is, selling cars is still very much a people business. Building relationships within your community and properly training your sales team are keys to success.In this episode, we explore the mindset and tactics needed to reach the milestone of selling 100 cars a month. As Ali mentions, many in the industry may think that 30 sales a month is the limit, but he himself has broken through that barrier and even reached a record of 209 sales in one month.One key aspect that he emphasizes is the importance of a good coach and mindset. He mentions Damian, his coach, who helped teach him the mindset needed to achieve success. The two even wrote a book together on the topic, entitled "How to Sell a Hundred Cars," (which can be found here), and is a quick, valuable read that focuses on getting back to the basics of patience, starting over, and relaxing to let things come to you.Another important aspect Ali talks about is the dealership process. As Ali points out, even if you have the best digital and social media marketing strategies in place, if you don't have a solid process for handling leads and giving customers a positive experience, you will not be able to reach the level of success you desire. This is where the longevity of a career in car sales comes in, as building relationships with customers is what leads to repeat business and long-term success.It's also important to remember that not every lead will turn into a sale, and it's crucial to have a plan for handling and retaining those leads that don't buy a car. Focusing on building relationships with customers in your community and providing excellent customer service will lead to word-of-mouth recommendations and repeat business.In short, selling 100 cars a month is still possible, but it requires a shift in mindset and a focus on building relationships and properly training your sales team. Focus on building each salesperson within their own community. With the right approach, you can achieve your sales goals and grow your dealership for the long term.During this interview, Ali shares his story and provides real-world, tangible advice about how to build a business within the business. Pay attention if you want to sell 100 cars or more per month!Listen to the full episode for insights and context from Ali Reda!Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider including your LinkedIn or Instagram handle so we can thank you personally! Thanks, Ali Reda!If you enjoyed this episode featuring Guest Name, support us by clicking the links!Connect with Ali Reda on LinkedInConnect with Michael CirilloConnect with Michael on LinkedInMore Dealers Are Choosing To Partner with FlexDealerLooking for a reliable, high-performance dealership marketing partner? Visit https://www.flexdealer.com to discover why more and more dealers are choosing them over big-box providers.

The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast)
Building a Safe Home for Your Kids to Flourish with Dr. Omar Reda

The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 61:08


On this show my guest goes over: How we can build a safe place in our homes for our kids to be their most authentic selves How we can build a toolkit on how to deal with our own wounds How we can be authentic, calm, humble. Don't fix our kids' problems and be flexible in the moment. Dr. Omar Reda is a board-certified psychiatrist, a Harvard-trained trauma expert, and a passionate family advocate. He is the author of several books and a highly sought-after dynamic public speaker. Dr. Reda is a leading expert in Psychotraumatology and Trauma-Informed Care as well as the mental health of Muslims, immigrants and refugees, the Libyan revolution, and the Arab Spring. Dr. Reda's passion for healing focuses on tackling the family dysfunction and youth vulnerability resulting from trauma. Show Notes www.thedadedge.com/406

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 23/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 99:45


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Por Falar em Correr
Redação PFC 88 - Maratona de Porto Alegre, ASICS Golden Run e Emily Sisson

Por Falar em Correr

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 31:31


Enio Augusto e Marcos Buosi trazem as notícias do mundo da corrida com os comentários, informações, opiniões e análises mais pertinentes, peculiares e inesperadas no Redação PFC. Maratona Internacional de Porto Alegre terá a maior premiação de sua história; Aeroporto de Florianópolis vai sediar inédita corrida noturna; ASICS Golden Run 2023 tem data definida para São Paulo; Africanos vencem a 38ª Corrida de Reis de Cuiabá; Emily Sisson melhora seu recorde americano na Meia Maratona de Houston; Yalemzerf Yehualaw faz o segundo melhor tempo do mundo dos 10 km na 10K Valencia Ibercaja; World Athletics ratifica recorde mundial da Maratona de Kipchoge; Kipchoge pede para atletas não se doparem; World Athletics divulga calendário da Diamond League 2023; Surfista australiano quer correr maratona de chinelos; Corredor da Flórida está há sete anos procurando o carro que o atropelou. Escute, informe-se e divirta-se. SEJA MEMBRO DO CANAL NO YOUTUBE

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 20/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 99:26


Sala De Redação - 20/01/2023 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 19/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 96:45


Sala De Redação - 19/01/2023 by Rádio Gaúcha

Retail Gets Real
294. Retail predictions for 2023 with NRF's Susan Reda

Retail Gets Real

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 27:51


From small concept stores to the metaverse and Web3, retail is all about change and adaptation. On today's show, Susan Reda, NRF's VP of education strategy digs into the insights and retail trends for 2023 and explains why drones, robotics and Generation Alpha are shaping the future of retail. Learn more at retailgetsreal.com.

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala de Redação - 17/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 96:31


Sala de Redação - 17/01/2023 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 16/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 98:34


Sala De Redação - 16/01/2023 by Rádio Gaúcha

Por Falar em Correr
Redação PFC 87 - Maratona de Boston, Santander Track&Field Run Series e Circuito Live! Run XP

Por Falar em Correr

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 29:51


O Redação PFC voltou!!! Vamos para 2023!!! Enio Augusto e Marcos Buosi trazem as notícias do mundo da corrida com os comentários, informações, opiniões e análises mais pertinentes, peculiares e inesperadas. Nomes da elite na Maratona de Boston; Circuito Santander Track&Field Run Series com Cupom PFC10; Circuito Live Run XP; Maratona de Sydney vai atrás de Kipchoge; Night Run Costão do Santinho; Africanos venceram a 97ª São Silvestre; Daniel Carneiro vence a Maratona da Disney; Britânico correu 365 maratonas no 365 dias de 2022. Escute, informe-se e divirta-se. SEJA MEMBRO DO CANAL NO YOUTUBE

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 13/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 99:28


Sala De Redação - 13/01/2023 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 12/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 111:17


Sala De Redação - 12/01/2023 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala de Redação - 11/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 99:17


Sala de Redação - 11/01/2023 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 10/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 112:21


Sala De Redação - 10/01/2023 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 09/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 103:45


Sala De Redação - 09/01/2023 by Rádio Gaúcha

Podcast 45 Minutos
COPA DO NORDESTE – FINAIS DAS ELIMINATÓRIAS – 45 MINUTOS

Podcast 45 Minutos

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 146:54


Nos jogos deste domingo (8), Vitória, Santa Cruz, CSA e Ferroviário triunfaram e garantiram as suas vagas para a fase de grupos da Copa do Nordeste. Trouxemos no programa as análises de Vitória x Jacuípense e Santa Cruz x Botafogo-PB. No nosso giro de notícias pela Redação NE45 e Redação Jogo Hoje, trouxemos as novidades […]

Podcast 45 Minutos
45 MINUTOS – ESTADUAL | CENTRAL 2 X 1 NÁUTICO

Podcast 45 Minutos

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 75:50


Está aberta a temporada de estaduais no Nordeste. E no nosso programa de abertura, a derrota do Náutico para o Central no Lacerdão, em jogo marcado por polêmica. Além do jogo, nosso programa também abordou o dia na Copinha e as novidades dos times da região no nosso quadro Redação NE45. Ouça agora ou quando […]

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 06/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 108:27


Sala De Redação - 06/01/2023 by Rádio Gaúcha

Podcast 45 Minutos
45 MINUTOS – ELIMINATÓRIAS DA COPA DO NE | REDAÇÃO NE45

Podcast 45 Minutos

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 121:34


O Pré-Nordestão já começou! E neste programa trouxemos as análises dos jogos que garantiram vaga na segunda fase da competição para Vitória e Santa Cruz. O programa também abordou a tabela dos confrontos para a próxima fase das eliminatórias da Copa do Nordeste. Além disso, fizemos o nosso giro pela Redação NE45, trazendo os detalhes […]

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 05/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 104:39


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Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 04/01/2023

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 90:23


Sala De Redação - 04/01/2023 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala de Redação - 03/01/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 105:13


Sala de Redação - 03/01/2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala de Redação - 02/01/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 107:28


Sala de Redação - 02/01/2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala de Redação - 29/12/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 95:21


A reunião entre Grêmio e Douglas Costa e a busca por um centroavante no Inter: confira o que foi assunto no Sala de Redação O Sala de Redação desta quinta-feira (29) analisou as últimas movimentações da dupla Gre-Nal. Além da situação de Suárez, o Grêmio terá uma reunião com Douglas Costa. Do lado do Inter, a principal pauta ficou por conta das opções de centroavantes no mercado.

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 28/12/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 98:05


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Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 27/12/22

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 93:55


Sala De Redação - 27/12/22 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 26/12/22

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 94:14


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Por Falar em Correr
Redação PFC 86 - São Silvestre, Maratona de Blumenau e Maratona de Dubai

Por Falar em Correr

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 29:30


Enio Augusto e Marcos Buosi trazem as notícias do mundo da corrida com os comentários, informações, opiniões e análises mais pertinentes, peculiares e inesperadas. 97ª São Silvestre; Maratona de Blumenau anuncia retorno após 11 anos e quer largada em Itajaí; World Athletics divulga o sistema de qualificação para os Jogos de Paris-2024; Edna Kiplagat foi promovida a campeã da Maratona de Boston em 2021; Pacer vence Maratona de Abu Dhabi; Maratona de Dubai 2023 com a Conquest Voyages; Recorde na Maratona do Gelo Antártico; O corredor da rotatória fez de novo, agora no sentido contrário. Escute, informe-se e divirta-se. SEJA MEMBRO DO CANAL NO YOUTUBE

Chougar Free
64. Reda Saoui & Romain Raulin

Chougar Free

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 82:33


Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 23/12/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 99:53


Sala De Redação - 23/12/2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala de Redação - 22/12/22

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 94:28


Sala de Redação - 22/12/22 by Rádio Gaúcha

Dealer Talk With Jen Suzuki

I am thrilled that Ali Reda, a humble guy, who sells a ton of cars consistently every month would block off time to visit with my Level Up Now class! It's December and the busiest month for most dealerships. But, Ali is determined to give back to all of us who will listen. He seems to have a bigger purpose in life than just selling cars - he cares deeply for people. And through relationships in his community, he has built an incredible business selling cars!  Ali sells Chevy and Cadillac in Dearborn, MI. He says all the leads he needs is right here in his community of 110k. And, I must mention the home of Henry Ford and Ford Motor Co headquarters. He certainly loves a challenge!  He went from 25 cars/month to his biggest month in 2021 - 200+ cars! Find out what you can do to get to levels you may never have thought possible! ✅Get his book - HowtoSell100cars.com | ✅Join his high performers group at ThePinnacleSociety.com Dealer Talk with Jen Suzuki Podcast |Jennifer@edealersolution.com | 800-625-1590 | edealersolutions.com Check out our sponsor!  LotLinx.com is a VIN Management Platform that enables precision automotive retailing via /AI/ technologies that improves dealership profitability.

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala de Redação - 19/12/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 99:05


Em sua última edição em Doha, no Catar, o Sala de Redação desta segunda-feira (19) repercutiu a final da Copa do Mundo e o título vencido pela Argentina. Direto de Buenos Aires, o enviado especial do Grupo RBS Rafael Divério trouxe os detalhes da espera dos argentinos pelo desembarque da delegação. No noticiário do Grêmio, destaque para a chegada de novos reforços. Já no Inter, o grupo de atletas iniciou concentração em Viamão.

Por Falar em Correr
Redação PFC 85 - Volta da Pampulha, Mandala das Majors e Quênia

Por Falar em Correr

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 30:11


Enio Augusto e Marcos Buosi trazem as notícias do mundo da corrida com os comentários, informações, opiniões e análises mais pertinentes, peculiares e inesperadas. Volta da Pampulha; Corrida Rústica de Joaçaba; Mandala das World Marathon Majors; Recorde Mundial dos 400 metros de Crocs; Recorde americano feminino das 100 milhas; Da David Rudisha sobrevive a outro acidente; Recorde mundial da maratona empurrando uma cadeira de rodas; World Athletics de olho no Quênia; Associação Atlética Chinesa propõe proibição de fumar em todas as maratonas; Brozovic é fumante jogador que mais corre na Copa; Atleta de 13 anos fica em segundo lugar na Meia Maratona de Barbados. Escute, informe-se e divirta-se. SEJA MEMBRO DO CANAL NO YOUTUBE

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 15/12/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 100:19


Sala De Redação - 15/12/2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala De Redação - 15/12/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 100:19


Sala De Redação - 15/12/2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala de Redação - 14/12/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 100:46


O Sala de Redação desta quarta-feira (14) repercutiu a classificação da Argentina sobre a Croácia e projetou a definição do último finalista, que sairá do duelo entre França e Marrocos. No noticiário da dupla Gre-Nal, destaque para a aposentadoria de Jean Pyerre e a representação do Inter.

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala de Redação - 15/12/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 97:34


Sala de Redação - 15/12/2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

Dinguerie Room
La Dinguerie Room de Reda Saoui.

Dinguerie Room

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 76:55


Amelle reçoit celui pour qui qu'importe l'endroit pourvu qu'il y ait un micro et un public. Reda Saoui. Ce premier contact avec l'humour à 9 ans grâce à une VHS qu'on n'oublie pas. Le Montréal doux et crémeux, le Paris vif où l'on se retrouve si bien humoristiquement parlant et où la connexion avec le public est immédiate. Ce plaisir d'écouter les bribes de phrases des gens qu'on croise en marchant dans la rue. Aimer être entouré de gens passionnés. Le métier, si dur et si beau à la fois. La famille et l'importance de ne pas tout sacrifier pour passer du temps avec ceux qu'on aime et voir les choses autrement. La vibe qu'il faut puiser dans la vérité du moment. La méditation, l'écriture, la validation, les rituels, les souvenirs… Mais aussi le Festival Juste pour rire, le Barbès Comedy Club, le Paname, l'Olympia, la Taverne de l'Olympia, l'Européen, La Scala, le Madame Sarfati, le Fridge, le Montreux Comedy Festival, la Place des Art et sa salle Wilfrid-Pelletier. On parle de Bun Hay Mean, Jason Brokerss, Jamel Debbouze, les Inconnus, Les Nuls, Alain Chabat, Fellag, Oum Kalthoum, Mustapha El Atrassi, Fary, Blanche Gardin, Baptiste Lecaplain, Rachid Badouri, Gad Elmaleh ou encore Léo Hardt. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala de Redação - 13/12/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 94:30


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Rádio Gaúcha
Sala de Redação - 12/12/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 96:01


O Sala de Redação desta segunda-feira (12) debateu quem deve ser o novo técnico da Seleção Brasileira após a saída de Tite. Entre os principais nomes, aparecem Carlo Ancelotti, Abel Ferreira, José Mourinho e Fernando Diniz. O programa também falou sobre como Mário Fernandes será utilizado no Inter e das contratações e negociações do Grêmio.

Por Falar em Correr
Redação PFC 84 - Recordes na Maratona de Valência, CBAt premiada e Volta da Pampulha

Por Falar em Correr

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 30:00


Enio Augusto e Marcos Buosi trazem as notícias do mundo da corrida com os comentários, informações, opiniões e análises mais pertinentes, peculiares e inesperadas. Recordes na Maratona de Valência; CBAt ganha prêmio de melhor federação do ano; CBAt e Puma prorrogam contrato até 2032; Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone e Mondo Duplantis são nomeados Atletas do Ano pela World Athletics; Strava lança Year in Sport 2022; 23ª Volta Internacional da Pampulha acontece neste domingo; Corredor faz ultramaratona em uma rotatória. Escute, informe-se e divirta-se. SEJA MEMBRO DO CANAL NO YOUTUBE

Rádio Gaúcha
Sala de Redação - 08/12/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 111:28


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AJC Passport
How Young Jews and Muslims are Advancing Israeli-Moroccan Peace

AJC Passport

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 23:06


This week marks the second anniversary of the normalization of relations between Israel and Morocco as part of the Abraham Accords. Building on this peace, three young adults hailing from Israel, Morocco, and the U.S. join us to discuss their visit earlier this year to Israel and Morocco. The first-of-its-kind tour was part of the Michael Sachs Emerging Leaders Fellowship, sponsored by AJC and the Mimouna Association, a Muslim nonprofit in Morocco devoted to preserving Jewish-Moroccan heritage.  Hillary Jacobs, ACCESS Global and ACCESS NY President, Reda Ayadi, Program Director of Muslim-Jewish dialogue for the Mimouna Association, and Itiel Biran, Head of Operations in the Mayor's office for the municipality of Rahat, Israel, talk about what they learned about Morocco, Israel, and each other, what impact the Abraham Accords have had, and what progress they hope to see continue. __ Episode Lineup: (0:00) Aaron Bregman (2:05) Hillary Jacobs, Itiel Biran, and Reda Ayadi __ Show Notes: If you're alarmed by rising antisemitism, you can take action right now by supporting AJC: visit AJC.org/donate, or text AJC DONATE to 52886. Music credit: Humanity by Scott Holmes Music is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Listen to our latest podcast episode: What Lessons Can We Learn From the Past to Fight Antisemitism Today? Follow People of the Pod on your favorite podcast app, and learn more at AJC.org/PeopleofthePod You can reach us at: peopleofthepod@ajc.org If you've enjoyed this episode, please be sure to tell your friends, tag us on social media with #PeopleofthePod, and hop onto Apple Podcasts to rate us and write a review, to help more listeners find us. __ Episode Transcript Manya Brachear Pashman:  Two years ago, Morocco normalized relations with Israel becoming the sixth Arab country to do so. Earlier this year, a group of 22 young Americans, Israelis and Moroccans toured Morocco together, a first of its kind experience for everyone involved. The tour was part of the Michael Sachs Emerging Leaders Fellowship. The fellowship is sponsored by AJC, and the Mimouna Association, a Muslim nonprofit in Morocco devoted to preserving Jewish Moroccan heritage. The first cohort included members of Morocco's parliament, as well as civic, business, and technology leaders in Israel and the United States. With us to talk about this unprecedented venture are three members of that cohort: Hilary Jacobs, president of AJC's young professionals group ACCESS Global, Reda Ayadi, Program Director of Muslim Jewish Dialogue for the Mimouna Association, and Itiel Biran, Head of Operations in the Mayor's office, for the municipality of Rahat, Israel. Welcome to all of you.  Hilary Jacobs:  Thank you.  Itiel Biran:   Thank you, hi. Reda Ayadi:  Thank you. Manya Brachear Pashman:  So Hilary, I will start with you. How did your involvement in the Sachs Fellowship come about? Was it a curiosity about Morocco, curiosity about Israel, or just an opportunity to continue pursuing better Jewish-Muslim relations? Hilary Jacobs:  I think all of the above for those. And in addition to that, one, I love traveling, and I love getting to know and experience other cultures, from the people who are from there, and who live there, so less on vacation, and where I can really understand the culture, the geopolitics of the region. And this seemed like a great opportunity. It also felt like a way that, we talk a lot about in the US and in the different activities with AJC about the Abraham accords and about these different relationships, it felt like a real chance for me to do something actionable, and really learn about what that meant. Manya Brachear Pashman:   Itiel, had you been to Morocco?  Itiel Biran:   No, no, this was my first time. Manya Brachear Pashman:   Okay, had you even wanted to go? And just could not? Or did this plant the idea in your head?  Itiel Biran:   To be honest, I don't think it was in my radar,, in my point of view, or thinking. Mostly, I think because even my background in the army and you look outside, you don't really look at it, until the last couple of years don't really look and say like, I'm going to visit whatever, Egypt or Morocco or something like that. We need to be frank and say that a lot of Israelis visited Morocco in the last decade. A lot of them. But for me personally, it wasn't like an opportunity until it became more real in the area, in the region. Manya Brachear Pashman:   And Reda, had you been to Israel? because that was part of this as well, right, a trip to Israel? Reda Ayadi:   That's correct. The second part, right after Morocco, we flew from Casablanca to Tel Aviv, for the second part of the trip. Before that I had been to Israel, it was almost 10 years to the day, so 2012 was the first time I went, before the Abraham Accords and the situation was a little different than it is today. Manya Brachear Pashman:   How so? I mean, was it different for you as a traveler? Personally or geopolitically in the broader scope?  Reda Ayadi:  It was different, more geopolitically was different. And also as a traveler, I'll explain both sides. 2012 there were no Abraham Accords, there was no open dialogue between the countries in the region. So it was a purely civil society kind of grassroots organization talking to each other. So we didn't have the necessary framework within which we can operate. On a personal level, as a traveler it's also quite different, back then I remember in 2012 I had to fly to Istanbul and meet someone from Israel to give me my Israel visa, but now you can just go to the Israeli office in Rabat and submit your application and get your visa to travel. So, quite a different situation. Manya Brachear Pashman: So, let's summarize for our listeners kind of the Jewish history of Morocco, there has always been a kind of a quiet connection. Excuse me, there's always been kind of a quiet connection between Israel and Morocco, particularly the Moroccan diaspora in the Jewish state and then kind of the new kind of 21st century approach there in Morocco to celebrating interfaith relations, celebrating its Jewish history. Reda Ayadi: Morocco had the largest Jewish community in the Muslim world, and the largest outside of the Ashkenazi world, with almost 300,000 Jews, up until the 60s, quite a large flow migration started one way, and I guess, yes, there was definitely a strong connection that were maintained between Moroccan monarchy and heads of state in Israel. Some of it was indeed behind closed doors. But others were more in the open, like the trip to Shimon Peres to Morocco or Yitzchak Rabin, and others. So, I think, the 21st century as you said, there are two things: Morocco's approach, and its relationship with its Jewish community, like the 2011 constitution that finally recognized it as an essential component of Moroccan identity, its Jewish part, its Jewishness. But at the same time, Abraham Accords now that gave a new kind of strong impetus to go beyond what you said, you know, those kinds of closed door connections, usually between security officials, that now it's, you know, accorded across the whole spectrum of agricultural, technology, lots of people to people relations. So it's, yeah, it's a very significant change that we're seeing now. Hilary Jacobs:   Unlike most other countries, Jews were never kicked out of Morocco. In fact, originally, during the Spanish Inquisition, they were asked to come to Morocco. And were wanted to be there. And the people that we met and spoke with felt the loss of the Jewish community there when they migrated to Israel. And so I think that's something that's really special. And I'm the granddaughter of two Holocaust survivors, and then Russian on the other side, so a lot of persecution and to think about Jews being in a country in a region, and especially we don't think about in the Arab world, as one that is welcoming to Jewish people, and beyond welcoming, to really see them as their fellow citizens, Manya Brachear Pashman:   Itiel, did you have something to add? Itiel Biran:   Yeah, I want to add two things. One, and I think, from Israel's society point of view, there's some interesting collision of the vector of what happened in Israel, to the Moroccan Jews in Israel, in the last seventy years, that I think relates very much to what happened these days between Morocco and Israel. And I think we should speak and when we look at the history of Israel, the Moroccan Jews a lot of the Mizrahim, a lot of the people from Africa, and not the Ashkenazi people were pretty much pushed aside from the decision-making places. And there's some big changes in Israel in the decades that follow, that I think influenced a lot of how not only Moroccan but also the whole society in Israel, look at the heritage, the big and amazing heritage that Moroccan Jews bring to Israel.  And I think these days, what we've seen is a combination between what Israels look up and look on the history of themselves. You know, the Moroccan Jews in Israel are a half a million people. There's a lot of people, the heritage is enormous, amazing, a lot of culture. And for decades Israeli society looks at them and the very good foods or something like that. And I think this change impacts a lot. And it's very helpful. This is the first thing I want to say, of course, to relate to what Reda said, the Abraham Accords is the peak of process. I think in Morocco, not in other countries. In other countries, I think it's the start of a process. In Morocco and in the relationship between Morocco and Israel is, it's some kind of a peak, because there was an ongoing relationship for a lot of the time. But there was never, from up-down, always from down to up, only from top to bottom. This is a point of view that will really help you understand why this peak of relationship between Morocco and Israel is so strong, and why the changing of how many Israelis come to Morocco, it changed in two, three years from 50,000 to 200,000 a year. I think because it's a peak, not a start. Manya Brachear Pashman:   That's a really interesting point. In other words, you're saying that the renewed interest in the Jewish history of Morocco plus the renewed look at how Moroccan Jews are treated in Israel, both of those paved the way toward this normalization. Itiel Biran:   Yes, with all of the other things, the business opportunities, etc. Manya Brachear Pashman:   Right. That is, that's really a very good point, Itiel, I appreciate you making that. I'm curious, both of you, Itiel, Hillary, what did you learn about the Jewish community in Morocco, and the efforts on behalf of both Jewish and Muslim communities there to better understand each other. Itiel Biran:   First of all, for sure what I mentioned before, for me is the continuous process of my friend for me, there is not a good translation for this, but I'm very a fan of the Arabs in Morocco, and the identity, and I'm looking at myself as Israeli, as a combination of a lot of identities. And a lot of them are more like an African identity. And I think there's a continuous process in a lot of Israelis to embrace this identity, even more. And I think when I went to Morocco, it was a big, strong feeling of this heritage and how it's related to me. And to be honest, the absence of similar heritage from my own places I'm from. I'm Ashkenazi, from Poland and from Germany, etc. And there's nothing there. There's nothing there left, there's nothing there to see what my ancestors were talking about, and what this big proud communities were. When you go to Morocco, you see all the stories in real life. It's blown my mind. It's amazing.  Manya Brachear Pashman:   And Hillary, what did you learn about the Jewish community in Morocco, when you went? Hilary Jacobs: You know, it's very humbling. I also grew up in a very Ashkenazi centric world, or around Sephardic Jews, mostly from Iran, and there was maybe like one or two, you know, Moroccan Jews, and I never really got to learn about any of their traditions at all, and so on this trip, getting to see those and also seeing how our Moroccan counterparts were as excited about participating in those cultural traditions. I mean, the Mimuna Association is called the Mimouna Association for a reason, after one of those specifically Moroccan holidays after Pesach. So, that was kind of amazing. I think the fact that an organization that started out simply as an on campus group that has blossomed into an NGO, would go around and preserve Jewish sites and culture. Manya Brachear Pashman:   What is the Mimouna Association?  Reda Ayadi:   The Mimouna Association is now a Moroccan NGO. It started in 2007 at my university, as Student Club, right. Just a group of students decided that they want to learn more about Moroccan Jewish heritage. So 10 of them got together and created the club and started pretty small. Just once a month or once every other month, they will do an event, like Moroccan Jewish days, or something of the sort where they would turn the whole campus Jewish for a day, you know, like Moroccan Jewish food within the the cafeteria, the library would show books from Moroccan Jewish writers or scholars, and things of the sort. And I guess it evolved quite a bit from 2007 until 2012, when a lot of us graduated, and we registered what was then a student club into a Moroccan NGO that exists outside of the university, present in a few cities.  And also we started different tiers, student branches in other universities besides the one where it started. The big chunk of the work that's done is education, really working in universities and high schools with students to learn more about their own history that most people are not very much aware of. That's one. Two, we work on Holocaust education as well. The Holocaust is not necessarily a chapter that Moroccans are very familiar with. But with partners in the US and others we developed a Holocaust curriculum specifically for an Arab audience. So we focus on that. And also we work on Muslim-Jewish relations with both the Jewish community in Morocco and outside, in the US, Israel and other countries. So that's just a few of the things that we focus on. Now it's been more than 15 years doing the work. And we continue, there is plenty that needs to be done. Manya Brachear Pashman:  Since Israel and Morocco did establish diplomatic relations, I think more than 30 agreements have been brokered having to do with a variety of things: water management, renewable energy, security. I'm curious if there were any particular collaborations that you explored during this fellowship that intrigued you or or kind of struck you as particularly beneficial for the region? And Reda, I'll start with you.  Reda Ayadi:   I think a critical issue is really the water management in both. Morocco right now is suffering from a very heavy drought that's been ongoing for a long time. And both the well-being of everyone in the country depends on water resources. So like cooperating in that space, I think it is excellent. And I think could be a good platform for both Morocco and Israel to pursue similar agendas in other countries, because water scarcity is not just an issue for Morocco, it's an issue for the whole region. So I think it could be a way to work with countries that are also in such a need. Manya Brachear Pashman:   Hilary, I'll pose the same question to you. Hilary Jacobs:   From what I experienced, there's so many different opportunities. Tourism is something that we talked a lot about as it being something very immediate that we could do as individuals, encouraging people to go there, we met with the tourism office. And so how we can encourage Israelis and Americans to go there. Also, one of the things that I learned that was really helpful in terms of thinking about the region as a whole, and as Morocco as a gateway to Africa, and that being so essential and important for the future of Israel, and there's a lot of contention often in African countries, and its relationship to Israel. Like, considering the vote of the African Union to potentially kick out the delegates from Israel. And so to really be championing these new sorts of relationships in Morocco, I think is an excellent starting point to open up a whole new region of possibilities. And so, there's just kind of endless opportunities that can come through, starting with Morocco and moving out all over Africa. Manya Brachear Pashman:   And Itiel, are there particular collaborations that you find very beneficial?  Itiel Biran: For me myself, to be honest, what's very unique, look at governmental, municipality and governance. And I think I told this to my friends from Morocco. I was very surprised and very interested about the way of managing and the way of handling pretty much the same issues in a different country with different rules and different government, and I think there's a lot of potential there. Manya Brachear Pashman:   So these past couple of weeks, we've been watching the first World Cup hosted in the Arab world in Qatar, yet it was quite an ordeal to arrange for Israelis and Palestinians to fly directly from Israel. And since some of the Israeli journalists have arrived there, they've been harassed simply because of where they're from. And I'm curious if your participation in this program, your engagement in these these kinds of relationships, if it changed how you view tensions like this? Itiel Biran:   Every experience that we experience as an Israeli comes across Arab  people all around the world or in Israel, or in Morocco, or you come across Israelis, or what you're facing back home. And when you speak on your relationship or what your projects are. I think most of this experience speaks pretty much the same language. And the same language is: peace is coming from people, from face to face, from long relationships, from knowledge, from understanding, from business and actions, and not from papers and not from anything else.  And you can say from the point of view of Israel: yeah, we have a peace agreement with some countries – is there any peace with them? Yeah, peace agreement, there is. But has there been peace with them? And for my personal view, I came to Morocco with my arms up, ready to argue, ready to defend my point of view as an Israeli. Ready to, whatever. And I was blown away by the fact that I didn't have to do it. That some some root or some foundation of coexistence, even though there's a lot of misunderstanding. There's a lot of mania. There's a lot of things that people on both sides think and hear and don't understand. When you have some foundation of warmth, there's something to build on. And when you don't have it--whatever agreement you're going to do, and whatever speaking you're going to do is going to stay in the area of speaking, of talking. Enough.  And I think this statement that I just said, it's going through our delegation, and our friendship, and continuing after this program to, to do things together and speak together and discuss. Because I think all of us, when we met in this delegation, it wasn't something for one time and meeting. All of us felt, I think, and agreed without talking about it, that when you do this day to day speaking and working and action, you make with your own hands, the warm peace, that you can actually build on. Manya Brachear Pashman: Have you encountered pushback from others for participating in this program? And if so, how do you respond to that kind of pushback? Reda Ayadi: Trust is very hard, if we have learned for generations to mistrust, to distrust each other. It's hard to just like one day wake up and be, ‘Oh, you know, it's all good, it's easy to go back and forth without any issue.' If we would just give up after any pushback after any, being stopped at the checkpoint or at an airport for two hours, nobody would be doing anything, you know. Since my first trip and my second trip and my third trip to Israel, every time I would spend at least two hours in a room waiting for someone to come question me. But I understand that it takes this many times and this many years for the other to become less other, to become something someone that's familiar. And  I hope that both Israelis and Palestinians go into the World Cup and everyone else traveling back and forth between these countries, to not give up after the first difficult experience trying to travel and build bridges between these peoples. And to continue doing. Manya Brachear Pashman: Excellent. Well, thanks to all of you for making the trip, for participating in this fellowship, and for coming and sharing your experience with our listeners. Itiel Biran:   Thank you for the opportunity.  

The Shadows Podcast
Episode 103: Dr. Omar Reda

The Shadows Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 42:50


“I am not a heart surgeon, but mending broken hearts is my true calling.” Dr. Omar Reda is a global trauma expert, author, and public speaker. This week he joins us on the Shadows Podcast to take us through his journey of pain and joy, suffering and hope. In this episode, Dr. Reda discusses the tribulations of his adolescent years in Libya. At an early age, his family suffered unimaginable losses, ultimately leading him to become a doctor. What was it like moving to the United States and facing discrimination and profiling as a young Arab Muslim man five months after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001? Dr. Reda endured tremendous trials and tribulations throughout his life, but he explains how he's maintained such a positive mindset to this day. Listen to this episode: www.linktr.ee/ShadowsPodcast www.theshadowspodcast.com Watch on The Shadows Podcast YouTube Channel - @TheShadowsPodcast) Daughter Father Bonding Project YouTube Channel - @daughterfatherbondingproje3481 For all information on the amazing work Dr. Omar Reda is doing, head over to https://www.dromarreda.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shadows-podcast/support

Por Falar em Correr
Redação PFC 83 - Kipchoge em Boston, Maratona de Valência e Letesenbet Gidey

Por Falar em Correr

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 28:01


Enio Augusto e Marcos Buosi trazem as notícias do mundo da corrida com os comentários, informações, opiniões e análises mais pertinentes, peculiares e inesperadas. Kipchoge confirmado na Maratona de Boston em 2023; Maratona de Valência acontece neste domingo e terá a estreia de Letesenbet Gidey na distância; Números das maratonas no Brasil este ano; Chegada com rasteira na Turkey Trot no Dia de Ação de Graças nos Estados Unidos; Vencedores recebem touro e vaca como prêmio em corrida na Suíça. SEJA MEMBRO DO CANAL NO YOUTUBE

The Practice of Therapy Podcast with Gordon Brewer
Dr. Omar Reda | The Pain and Joy of Caregiving In Private Practice | TPOT 257

The Practice of Therapy Podcast with Gordon Brewer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 34:49


Dr. Reda is a global trauma expert, the author of several books, and a highly sought-after dynamic public speaker. In this episode, psychiatrist Dr. Omar Reda shares insight from his book, The Wounded Healer. By framing work and self-care with a compassionate mindset, The Wounded Healer aims to educate mental health professionals on measures to prevent burnout, damage to family relationships, and inner turmoil they may experience due to their work. Dr. Reda hopes to change how therapists approach their well-being by bringing awareness to how they internalize their clients' trauma. Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Dr. Reda's Email: DrOmarAReda@gmail.com Dr. Reda's Website Dr. Reda on LinkedIn Untangled: A Go-To Guide for Caregivers of Traumatized Children, Families, and Communities The Wounded Healer: The Pain and Joy of Caregiving Use the promo code "GORDON" to get 2 months of Therapy Notes free Join The PsychCraft Network Today! Launch Club The Practice of Therapy Community

HARDtalk
Getachew Reda: Have Tigray's rebels surrendered?

HARDtalk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 23:47


One of the most costly conflicts of the 21st century may be over. Representatives of the Ethiopian government and Tigrayan rebels signed a peace agreement earlier this month. After two years of war, and perhaps half a million civilian deaths, Tigrayan forces are to give up their weapons; the Ethiopian army will take control of Tigray; and aid should begin to reach millions of desperate people. Stephen Sackur speaks to Getachew Reda, who signed the deal on behalf of the Tigray People's Liberation Front. Was this in effect the TPLF's surrender?