In this episode, I am joined by the #1 Life Designer and Relationship Strategist, Soraya Autana. We dive into how her own relationships were a catalyst for helping many men and women improve their relationships or find the relationship of their dreams. We go back and forth around the importance of personal responsibility and taking ownership of our individual actions in life. This is a great podcast for anyone who is looking to better their relationship with themselves in order to improve their relationship with others. You can find Soraya online at sorayaautana.com and on Instagram @sorayaautana. If you enjoy this episode, please share it with your family, friends, and loved ones. It would mean the world to me if you leave a 5-star rating and a review of the show. I honor you. I appreciate you. I love you. -Alvey aka Mr. YouCan2
Flashback to a few years ago, Soraya and I (Jordan) actually worked together on her fitness when Duggaesthics was a thing. Now, after IFCA, she's absolutely crushing it, hitting consistent 17k+ months, and joining Legacy. All without a large social media following. Wanna find out how she did it? Listen in! Time Stamps: (1:30) Soraya and Nursing (3:30) Working with Soraya as a Prep Client (5:31) Shopping Around (8:43) Why Not Me? (14:20) Husband Coming Around (18:48) Trying to Help Everyone (26:20) The S Word (29:27) Starting a Business and Leaning into Fear (34:05) Where to Find Soraya ---------------- Follow Soraya on Instagram! ---------------- Learn More About Impact Fitness Coaching Academy, To Learn More About I.F.C.A - And How We've Helped More Than 725 Fitness Coaches, Experts, and Influencers Grow a 5-35k Per Month Online Fitness Business Without Paid Ads, Complicated Funnels, or Even Having a Large Social Media Following Click Here→ VISIT THE IFCA PAGE ---------------- Want 30+ Hours Of Course Content You Can Use To Either Start, or Scale Your Online Coaching Biz Today? - FOR FREE The Free Mini-Course Includes: [$4,995.00 Value] How We Generate 300k/ Mo From a Free FB Group Our Instagram Secrets Masterclass - How To Use IG To Generate 10-30 New Clients Every Month + Grow an Engaged Loyal Following. What systems, apps, and processes we use in our own business and in the 700+ IFCA client businesses we've helped to structure and streamline. Our Top 10 Organic Fitness Posts That Have Generated More Than 45,675 Likes, 2,560 Comments, and 1,876 New High-Paying Fitness Clients in our Own 7-Figure Online Fitness Business. Our Done-For-You Content Calendar 100+ Posting Ideas Guaranteed To Bring You Pre-Sold Leads, Grow Your Following + Create REAL Authority and Connection Online. How To Craft An Offer That Sells Itself - 5 Keys To an Irresistible “Switch Offer” Our Objection Handling Masterclass - How To Eliminate “I can't afford it” + “I need to talk to my spouse” To Access, Join Our Fitness Business Secrets™ Private FB Group: To Join For Free Click → JOIN THE FIT-BIZ SECRETS FB GROUP ---------------- Join Us at the Next Fit Biz Conference to learn from the Top Fitness Entrepreneurs & Coaches How To Start, Grow, and Scale a Wildly Profitable Fitness Coaching Business! Early-Bird Pricing Now Available! To Learn More About The Next Live Fit-Biz Conference Event → CLICK HERE ---------------- GIVEAWAY! Leave a rating + review on ITunes, and Have a Chance To Win a $200 Amazon Gift Card + Special Prizes! Winners Announced Monthly on The Episode. Simply leave a review, and send a screenshot to the Fit Biz Podcast Instagram Page!
Cuando tenía quince años, Soraya quedó embarazada de un adulto que le doblaba la edad. Su historia es una que se ve repetida año tras año, con distintos nombres y rostros en Panamá, uno de los países con las tasas más altas de embarazo adolescente en América Latina. ¿Cuáles son las causas y los costos de este fenómeno social que afecta principalmente a las mujeres más vulnerables de la región?
If you want to step up your belly dance practice with some strengthening elements guarenteed to help technique? Then this episode with Soraya will be perfect for you. With over 20 years in the fitness industry and a lifetime as a belly dance practitioner, both culturally and as an enthusiast, Soraya is also the creator of the patented RAQISA® Belly Dance Training Mat and Balance Plate and the Raq The Barre program. Soraya draws from her Lebonese background to enrich her cultural and professional love of this dance while also introducing the concepts, steps, and benefits of Barre to the bellydance world. This episode is not to be missed! Shownotes: www.thebellydancebundle.com/70
Soraya Sutherlin, author of A Kids Book About Safety, and Simon Huck, JUDY cofounder, talk about how to prepare for emergencies by discussing safety tools and plans.A Kids Book About Safety (view book)Full Book Description:What would you do if an earthquake happened? How about a house fire? Or maybe a tornado? Emergency situations can be scary to think about, but we can feel confident and empowered in dangerous situations if we do one simple thing: be prepared! This book shows kids that by knowing what disasters could happen, and what to do if they occur, makes you ready and can even save lives. About the Author:Soraya Sutherlin is a Certified Emergency Manager with over 13 years of experience. She is a mother to 3 kids and works across the USA helping families, cities, and states better prepare for emergencies and disasters. She also works with JUDY, a leader in the emergency preparedness space, to help empower families with the knowledge and tools for disaster planning.*If you want to be on a future episode of A Kids Book About: The Podcast or if you have a question you'd like us to consider, have a grownup email us at email@example.com and we'll send you the details.
Joining us this week on the 100th episode of Radicals & Revolutionaries Lab is Soraya Chemaly, a writer and feminist activist. Our host, Jillian Foster, speaks with Soraya about what she's been writing about lately: the disillusion between public and private life that happened at the turn of the last century and how this past century has its own even more radical version of that on the internet. This episode digs into that and more as Soraya talks about her upcoming book After, the obsession with ‘what's a real woman anyway,' the reasoning behind withdrawing into intellectual life, and much more. Soraya's work and this conversation remind us that while it can be profoundly uncomfortable and scary at times to inhabit our bodies, our bodies continue to talk to us and continue to learn. We just have to listen. Connect with Soraya:Instagram: @ragebecomesherTwitter: @schemalyLinkedInFacebookJoin our movement for radically authentic, intentional, interconnected feminism inside Continuum Collective. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode, Jeff and Soraya are joined by Guest Host Steve Wynn to talk with Tom Gracyk about the Davis music scene, the Dream Syndicate, and being "ground zero" for the Paisley Underground.
Bem-vindo e bem-vinda ao Espaço Recíproco! Eu sou o Marcelo Knobel, físico e professor da Unicamp, e este é um lugar onde converso com cientistas e personalidades brasileiras. Hoje tenho a honra de conversar com Soraya Soubhi Smaili, que é professora Titular do Departamento de Farmacologia da Escola Paulista de Medicina-UNIFESP. Smaili desenvolve projetos de pesquisa nas áreas de Neurociência, morte celular e autofagia com financiamentos. Foi Reitora da Universidade Federal de São Paulo entre 2013-2017, sendo reeleita para o mandato 2017-2021. Ela se dedica a estudar o financiamento da ciência, os indicadores e os impactos no desenvolvimento científico, cultural e econômico de nosso país. Além de atuar pelo direito e maior atuação das mulheres cientistas e das meninas na ciência. Discutimos sua trajetória pessoal e profissional, e o caminho até tornar-se reitora. Smaili nos contou como funciona sua pesquisa na área de morte celular e sobre o projeto SOU_CiÊNCIA. Também conversamos sobre o futuro da ciência no Brasil e a participação de mulheres na ciência. Venha conferir! #EspaçoRecíproco #MarceloKnobel #SorayaSmaili #Ciência #Universidade #Futuro #Educação ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Espaço Recíproco Edição: Gabriel Guerra Produção de Conteúdo: Rachel Barbosa Imagem de perfil do canal: P. Fraundorf / CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Siga o Espaço Recíproco no Instagram e no Twitter: @espacoreciproco e na página Espaço Recíproco no Facebook. Assista também, este programa no YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfwi8ePzL7FDBhQd0P_Q8yA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/espacoreciproco/ Twitter: @espacoreciproco Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/espacoreciproco
What causes inflammation in the brain, and how can this affect us as we age? Astrocytes found in the brain may be the key to unlock a better understanding. Press play to learn: Where astrocytes are located in the body How inflammation can cause issues in human bodies as we age The smallest cells astrocytes can be found in Soraya Vallés Marti, a Physiology Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Valencia, Spain, shares her research surrounding astrocytes and the negative impact of inflammation in the body. It has been known that inflammation is a damaging and potentially dangerous state of the tissue in the body. However, it has recently been thought to cause much more damage than initially thought by researchers. While some inflammation in the body can be a sign of healing, chronic and widespread inflammation has been thought to cause neurodegenerative diseases and other complications as sufferers age. While many aspects remain a mystery, studying astrocytes has let researchers gain a greater understanding. To learn more, search for Soraya L. Vallés on Google Scholar. Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/30PvU9C
Soraya Foy is the founder and CEO of E.A.L Group Inc, Lux Escapes for All Concierge Travel, and Tropical Sonshine Corp. Soraya has a Master's in Business Administration from Metropolitan College of New York and a Bachelor of Arts from Trinity College in Hartford, CT. After spending 15 years working for various New York hospital systems, Soraya decided to utilize her talents and start her own consulting company. E.A.L Group, Inc specializes in helping businesses in the health and service industries better serve their clients through quality initiatives, expansion, and project management. Capitalizing on her organization and negotiation skills, after planning her own destination wedding, Soraya became a certified Destination Wedding specialist with Destinationweddings.com. Two years ago, she decided to expand and started her own travel agency Lux Escapes for All Concierge Travel. Soraya believes that everyone should experience the ability to travel, she specializes in curating memorable vacations for clients of all price points. Tropical Sonshine Corp. was founded on the principles of health, holistic living, and global partnership. As avid travelers and vegans, Soraya and her husband Eric Foy love to explore different cuisines and fresh produce from the places they visit. Two years ago, they began their sea moss journey. Sea moss is a type of algae, which has been part of the human diet for thousands of years. Historically found in the Caribbean and Ireland, sea moss has been used medicinally in other cultures for decades, to treat conditions ranging from coughs and infections to low libido. Sea Moss contains 92 of the 102 minerals that we need to feed our bodies. Truly a superfood, the Tropical Sonshine Sea moss gel company mission is to share the endless benefits of sea moss at affordable prices. Soraya could not predict that she would be running multiple businesses but the marriage of the three companies ultimately comes down to her passion for serving others. Whether it's consulting, planning a vacation, or making sea moss, Soraya wants all of her clients to receive the quality that they deserve. Follow Soraya at the following sites: E.A.L group inc. : firstname.lastname@example.org Lux Escapes: Fb: https://www.facebook.com/Luxescapesforall IG: @luxescapesforall Web: https://luxescapesforall.com Tropical Sonshine: IG: @tropical_sonshineseamossgel Web: http://tropical-sonshine-sea-moss.myshopify.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/support
On this episode, Jeff and Soraya continue their conversation about The Three O'Clock's album, "Sixteen Tambourines", with special guests Danny Benair and Michael (Mickey) Mariano.
— Gratitude smiles at me from the colorful faces of the flowers in my garden. She sings to me through birdsong, and brings me to laughter through a child's innocent curiosity. She smiles at me through a stranger's face, and reminds me of unconditional love through the eyes of every mother…” Valeria Teles interviews Soraya Saraswati — the author of “Shining Through: From Grief to Gratitude.” Soraya Saraswati is an Author, Singer, Yoga therapist, TRE facilitator, Ayurvedic coach, nature lover, Meditation & Nonduality teacher. Her philosophy is love and her healing practice works with intelligent love in action. Together with her husband well known composer/musician Terry Oldfield, Soraya owns and runs Mangalam Meditation Retreat in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Queensland, Australia. In 2009 Soraya lost her 17 year-old son to suicide, just 3 years to the day after losing her brother to suicide. This sparked a period of deep grief and soul-searching. Through a series of revelations that culminated is a life changing awakening, Soraya now experiences inner freedom. Currently her time is dedicated to living close to nature and supporting others to heal from fear, attachment and grief and to awaken to live as loving peaceful presence. In her memoir she gaves, Soraya shares her very moving story through loss. Music and encouraging others to sing is another great joy for Soraya. Terry Oldfield and Soraya have done 13 tours of Europe sharing ‘Music from the Heart' with songs and mantras for peace. Terry is best know for his soaring flutes woven into relaxation and meditation music. Terry Oldfield and Soraya have recorded 8 albums together and perform together in retreats. Their music can be found on Spotify and Apple Music. To learn more about Soraya Saraswati and her work, please visit: https://www.sorayasaraswati.com/ & https://www.terryoldfield.com/ — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
In this episode, we chat to Coach Soraya. Soraya is enthusiastic with a huge passion for the sport. She came to Triathlon coaching after some time working as a PT. For our coached athletes, she's famous for her Strength and Conditioning workouts and if you met her on one of our camps, you will know her for her big smile and positive outlook on the steepest of climbs! Today, we find out more about her as the coach and the athlete. If you want to read more about Soraya, check her profile here. This year, Soraya moved from the UK to New York where she has to face a totally different experience in triathlon and huge challenges and is now our US-based coach and representative.
A raíz del episodio pasado sobre el terrible caso de violencia que escuchamos, surgieron muchas preguntas y se acercaron muchas jóvenes con situaciones similares. Sentimos como responsabilidad traer a una experta en el tema para tratar desde su óptica profesional la realidad de la violencia contra la mujer y la violencia intrafamiliar.¿Cuántos intentos hace una mujer antes de salirse de este círculo? ¿Cuáles patrones vemos en la práctica? ¿Qué debemos hacer los terceros para apoyarlas? o ¿Qué debe hacer un agresor para abandonar esta conducta?Muchas preguntas contestadas y muchas aclaraciones, pero lo más valioso que nos regaló Soraya fue confirmar que todo lo que escuchamos con nuestra víctima anónima la semana pasada, le pasa a miles de mujeres en nuestro país, y que NO ESTAN SOLAS, NO ESTAN LOCAS, y hay que creerles y ayudarlas para poder protegerlas.Si te quedaste con preguntas del episodio pasado ¡Quédate y escucha!
In case you missed it, we're airing one of our season's most popular episodes again! Soraya Chemaly is an award-winning journalist and author whose writing appears regularly in media around the world. Her work centres around defining what it means to be a woman in a world built by men. Her narrative skill, careful research, and humorous tone have been described by the New Yorker as "relentless and revelatory." In her book, Rage Becomes Her: The Power of Women's Anger, Soraya uses these skills to offer a critical look at the social construction of anger and its effects on women's lives. Soraya and host Eva Hartling share an invigorating conversation about why women should be angry, the 'steps backward' we have taken when it comes to gender equity, which has now been further amplified by the impact of the pandemic, and the many other nuances of living in the 'boxes' that society has created for women.This season of The Brand is Female is brought to you by TD Bank - Women Entrepreneurs. TD is proud to support women entrepreneurs and help them achieve success and growth through its program of educational workshops, financing and mentorship opportunities! Find out how you can benefit from their support!————Visit: TBIF: thebrandisfemale.com //TD Women Entrepreneurs: td.com/ca/en/business-banking/small-business/women-in-business //Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/thebrandisfemale
On this episode, Jeff and Soraya speak with Steve Wynn about his record label, Down There Records. Make sure to listen for an exclusive announcement from Steve, you won't want to miss it!
Soraya Syed is a classically trained calligrapher, artist and filmmaker. She continually works to push the boundaries of what is expected from this traditional art form. She will tell you about her journey and how she pursued calligraphy and how the art of Islamic penmanship is a bridge between the spiritual and material, the visual and the verbal. Find out more about Soraya and the art of the pen: https://www.artofthepen.com/ + https://www.instagram.com/artofthepen/ More on the podcast: www.islamicillumination.com/podcast Images from this episode on www.instagram.com/artilluminatedpod
Very few artists can articulate and speak about their art as romantically as well like Soraya.When I have first met her, I knew little about her art to be honest but the little I knew! was special and intriguing enough for me to know more.It was easy to know more, Soraya is one of the coolest and nicest of artists. She is proud but not arrogant, she is fun but not silly and she beautifullll really beautiful.I always wondered about her striking nuances of landscapes and trees,. You will know how rational yet romantic they are.Enjoy Talking to her as much as I did.Discover more about Soraya on Instagram:@sorayasikanderhttps://www.sorayasikander.com@talkative_with_ahmadEmail email@example.comPs: your support means the world! Share, Follow, Spread the word, Subscribe to TALKATIVE With AhmadPeace and soo much love!Ahmad Note:Following the link let's Buzzsprout know we sent you, gets you a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and helps support our show.https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=1406479Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/talkativewithahmad)Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/talkativewithahmad)
Soraya believes in taking a holistic approach to making the world a better place, and writes about sustainability, nature and adventure travel. Soraya is Lonely Planet Sustainable Storyteller 2021 and founder of the All The Elements – a community working to increase diversity in the UK outdoors. Soraya in her own words: In 2014, I left my ‘dream job' to make a difference. I kickstarted my new career by studying sustainability for business. As a reward to myself for handing in my dissertation, I went wild camping and canoeing on the Mississippi river. This trip was far more than an adventure holiday – it was a re-connection to nature. I want to help you to be more mindful in what you do and to understand that individual decisions can make a positive impact on our planet. When I'm not travelling, writing or creating net-positive artwork, you'll find me tackling diversity in the UK outdoors, organising all-women sailing trips exploring plastics and toxics in our ocean and walking my labradoodle Rory. Listen to Soraya on the Tough Girl Podcast - New episodes go live every Tuesday and Thursday at 7am UK time - Make sure you hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out. The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons. To find out more about supporting your favourite podcast and becoming a patron please check out www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Show notes Who is Soraya What her childhood was like Having a passion for horses Going to university to study law Pivoting her career into sustainability Not being happy in her dream job Figuring out her purpose Wanting to study sustainability for business What does sustainability mean to Soraya The One Planet MBA - University of Exeter Adventure and sustainability Why adventure has to have a purpose Why are we going to these places? How are we communicating what we are seeing? Travel with a lower impact Getting involved in the adventure community Being inspired by Ben Keene Rebel Book club Love Her Wild The Yes Tribe Adventure Uncovered Explore at the RGS Starting to travel on her own in 2016 Taking a trip to the Sahara desert Canoeing on the Mississippi with Dave Cornthwaite and Emily Penn Liking to have shared experiences while adventuring Losing the fear The Sail Britain Voyage Not always being artistic, but always being creative Wanting to be able to paint and draw Drawing while on expedition Heading to Vancouver in 2018 The challenges to tacking plastic Feeling overwhelmed Breaking the challenge down Black Lives Matter How can we create change? What are you most passionate about? Making informed decisions All the elements which was set up in August 2020 The importance of role modelling Stepping into the light The many aspects to diversity Bringing everyone together Sharing her story online and feeling uncomfortable at the start Taking on a new project with her mum and dog (Rory) Deciding to walk the South West Coast Path Final words of advice Working out what is important to you Not worrying about what other people are doing Social Media Personal Website - www.soraya.earth All The Elements - A network to support everyone working to increase diversity in the UK outdoors #diversifyoutdoorsuk. Instagram @sorayaearth @alltheelements_ Facebook @sorayaearth Twitter @sorayaearth
This June, Executive Editor Patrick Jagoda met with Soraya Murray, associate professor in the Film and Digital Media Department at UCSC, and Noah Wardrip-Fruin, professor in the Computational Media Department of UCSC, to discuss video games and critical theory. Their … Continue reading →
Soraya the Great and Mark about the brutality of grief and grieving, the realities of friendship (both online and in the "real world"), the exploitative-yet-addictive nature of TikTok, and how STG has been coping with life since the passing of her mom back in January.
MORDU part à la rencontre de Maxime Chabloz, le n°1 mondial 2020 en kite freestyle.Maxime est un surdoué de la glisse. Non seulement il domine la compétition en kitesurf, mais il est aussi ultra fort en ski freeride et ambitionne de devenir le premier rider champion du monde dans les 2 pratiques.Il nous livre les clefs de sa réussite mais aussi plein de conseils pour rider.Un grand merci à Julien et Soraya de Line-up d'avoir organisé cette rencontre à Taiba, j'espère que cet épisode vous emmènera avec nous. Vous pouvez imaginer une magnifique pousada, un hamac, une piscine et quelques palmier qui s'agitent dans les 20 nœuds d'un vent qui ne s'arrête jamais.C'est parti pour cette fat interview, Maxime Chabloz, le surdoué de la glisse. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.
Do you wonder, "Why am I not where I want to be?" Often, it's fear that gets in our way, especially on social media. If you want to learn how to use Instagram to grow your business, enroll at www.sorayagoddard.com/instagram. I've made all the mistakes possible on Instagram, but after $60,000 in coaching and courses figured out a strategy that works well. I'm giving you everything I now at a fraction of that cost. This course is perfect for network marketers, personal brands, course creators, coaches, and bloggers. +++++++++++ Follow Soraya on Instagram at www.instagram.com/sorayagoddard ______________ To enroll in Insta Strategy Academy, head to www.sorayagoddard.com/instagram To get Soraya's favorite Essential Oil Beginner's Kit go to www.sorayagoddard.com/start To find out more about joining my network marketing team, go to https://sorayagoddard-com.ck.page/join
My Ep. 8 guest Soraya and I chopped it up about lots of things, including career pivoting. I was particularly enamored by Soraya's bold moves in her career, that took her from Austria, to London and now to Amsterdam and the fact that she quit her big time job in the middle of a pandemic to join a startup. Soraya is adaptable and versatile and has pivoted her career as needed. In this episode, I share my reflection on this topic and what career pivoting has looked like for me. My biggest lessons include, the power of a mindset and environment that allows you to think about changing your path, the importance of focusing on your transferable skills and lastly how graduate school transformed me on my path, in particular getting an MBA. Listen to this episode for more. Listen to Soraya's episode here: https://bit.ly/BsquaredCSorayaEp Link to my coaching company here: https://www.zambukoadvisory.com/ If you loved this episode, buy me a coffee on here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BsquaredC Also follow BsquaredC on: Instagram: https://bit.ly/BsquaredCInsta Linkedin: https://bit.ly/BsquaredCLinkedIn Facebook: https://bit.ly/BsquaredCFacebook --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bsquaredc/support
Today on Fresh Pressed, Gabe and Andrew discuss ... new tunes with guest Soraya Perry. Featured in this episode: the rot - Dean Blunt Evangeline - Chloe Foy That Funny Feeling - Bo Burnham You can find Soraya's work on her instagram @sorayaperry, Bandcamp, and sorayaperry.com Subscribe to Fresh Pressed for new tunes and old grooves every Tuesday. Follow us on Twitter @freshpressedpod | Listen to a playlist of all our picks from 2021 here | Picks from 2019 and 2020 at spoti.fi/33OncHr
On this episode, Jeff and Soraya are joined by guest host Ronnie Barnett (The Muffs) for a conversation with Nan Becker of Game Theory about friendship, music, and her time with the band.
Meet Soraya Hausl, a badass data scientist born in Austria and now living in Amsterdam. Soraya's love for math and numbers as a kid led her into a career of being a data scientist who has been traversing industries applying herself in different ways, and her most current gig is about hair care for black women. Soraya is officially my first European native guest, so a black person born and raised in Europe, and we ended up talking about the concept of a shared black identity in Europe, like being in community with other black people and supporting each other, something she did not grow up seeing a lot of. She shared her experiences of how she viewed race growing up vs now, how the concept of spaces for black people has evolved in Europe and the impact of BLM on all of this discourse. Listen to this episode for more of our illuminating conversation. Check out the communities of black people I belong to in the NL OMEK: https://myomek.com/ Black in Tech Berlin: https://blackintechberlin.com/ Netherlands Black Women: https://netherlandsblackwomen.com/ If you loved this episode, buy me a coffee on here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BsquaredC Also follow BsquaredC on: Instagram: https://bit.ly/BsquaredCInsta Linkedin: https://bit.ly/BsquaredCLinkedIn Facebook: https://bit.ly/BsquaredCFacebook --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bsquaredc/support
Data warehousing is playing a bigger role in the assimilation of enterprise data. If you’re intimidated by the thought of implementing a data warehouse, don’t be! John, Soraya and Allen break it down. We’ll talk about how to take data from one location and into a data warehouse. Why is this important? You’ll find out in this episode as we discuss Pillars 3 and 4 of the data lifecycle, Assimilate and Use. We’ll also chat about business intelligence tools (like Power BI) that will help you create efficiencies. Tune in now.
If you want to learn how to use Instagram to grow your business, enroll at www.sorayagoddard.com/instagram. I've made all the mistakes possible on Instagram, but after $60,000 in coaching and courses figured out a strategy that works well. I'm giving you everything I now at a fraction of that cost. This course is perfect for network marketers, personal brands, course creators, coaches, and bloggers. +++++++++++ Follow Soraya on Instagram at www.instagram.com/sorayagoddard ______________ To enroll in Insta Strategy Academy, head to www.sorayagoddard.com/instagram To get Soraya's favorite Essential Oil Beginner's Kit go to www.sorayagoddard.com/start To find out more about joining my network marketing team, go to https://sorayagoddard-com.ck.page/join
Roshan the co-founder of Dope Black Women is joined by Soraya Stuart (@sorayastuart) to explore social anxiety. They delve into what is, how it shows up and how we can manage it better. The Dope Black Women Podcast is all about bringing black women together to discuss the topics that matter to us, connect and support with each other and through our digital sisterhood. You can follow Dope Black Women online at @DopeBlackWomen Twitter, @DopeBlackWomen1 on Instagram and Dope Black Women on Facebook
If you want to learn how to use Instagram to grow your business, get on the waitlist at www.sorayagoddard.com/waitlist. I've made every wrong move on Instagram, but over time figured out how to make sales, create an audience, and build a community. If that's what you want, too, listen to these things I had to learn the hard way. These tips are good for network marketers, personal brands, influencers, bloggers, and more. +++++++++++ Follow Soraya on Instagram at www.instagram.com/sorayagoddard For help with your social media, join my group coaching program for $37 a month at www.socialmediasalessecrets.com . You'll get weekly private trainings with me, social media audits, and Q/A monthly, along with a library of info on how to make sales on social media. www.socialmediasalessecrets.com _________________ To grab my course on how to Grow Your Team on Instagram, head to www.sorayagoddard.com/instagram To get Soraya's favorite Essential Oil Beginner's Kit go to www.sorayagoddard.com/start To find out more about joining my network marketing team, go to https://sorayagoddard-com.ck.page/join
Soraya Sánchez es sin duda una de las personas más importantes en la industria del entretenimiento latino. Sora ha sido productora, manejadora, promotora de shows, disquera y tiene su casa editora. Entre sus proyectos más significativos se encuentran: Objetivo Fama, Premios Tu Música Urbano, Anda Pa'l Cara', Dando Candela, "Unidos por Puerto Rico" Teletón entre otras producciones de TV. Como manejadora ha representado a artistas tales como Luna, Tego Calderón, Fiel A la Vega, VF7, entre otros. Escucha su historia, como alguien que es CPA, dejó una firma de contabilidad por irse a trabajar a los medios de comunicación por menos dinero. Aquí Soraya nos cuenta cómo comenzó Objetivo Fama, Premios Tu Música, y algunos de sus más importantes proyectos. Una producción de Sparkof Entertainment Group Grabado en Sparkof Studios, San Juan, PR Productor y talento: Jafet Santiago Editor: Alejandro Colón Derechos reservados 2021 www.sparkof.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jafet-santiago/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jafet-santiago/support
In this episode, we interview Soraya Darabi, general partner and co-founder of the venture-capital firm, TMV. We learn about how one ends up as a VC when you're from a family that never read the business section of the New York Times, the value of doing a ton of internships when young, and what it's like to work in an industry that has a lot of people born on third base who think they hit a triple. We reflect on how important relationships are for success in the tech-investment world, and also how others can denigrate your relational assets even as they are desperately trying to access them. We also learn that it can be fun, even electrifying, to be different and not like the others and that there's a lot to be said for loving the subject matter you're working in. A super-interesting episode!
What is the future of Instagram now that TikTok and Clubhouse are quickly consuming everyone's attention? Let's discuss how you as an influencer or network marketer can use your time wisely and ensure your content is seen. Also, I break down what to pay attention to on IG in the future. Also, ensure you're on my email list at www.sorayagoddard.com so that you get notified when I release my Instagram program for Network Marketers. (Hint: If you grab this course now, you'll get access to my new program update. www.sorayagoddard.com/instagram) +++++++++++ Follow Soraya on Instagram at www.instagram.com/sorayagoddard For help with your social media, join my group coaching program for $37 a month at www.socialmediasalessecrets.com . You'll get weekly private trainings with me, social media audits, and Q/A monthly, along with a library of info on how to make sales on social media. www.socialmediasalessecrets.com _________________ To grab my course on how to Grow Your Team on Instagram, head to www.sorayagoddard.com/instagram To get Soraya's favorite Essential Oil Beginner's Kit go to www.sorayagoddard.com/start To find out more about joining my network marketing team, go to https://sorayagoddard-com.ck.page/join
What a woman! Deborah Copaken has slept in caves in Afghanistan, produced documentaries, raised three kids, and written best-selling books on the A train under the cold streets of Manhattan. She's smart, funny, tough, and honest. A perfect podcast guest, in other words. Deborah on Instagram and Twitter. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. This episode is sponsored by Lelo, maker of the world's finest sex toys. Use the code ChrisRyan at checkout to get 20% off any and all full-priced items. Enter this month's giveaway of a Soraya 2 (details on my Instagram feed). Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon affiliate link kicks a few bucks back my way. Intro music: “Brightside of the Sun,” by Basin and Range,"Go with God (Topless Shoeshine)," by Joe Henry; "Smoke Alarm," by Carsie Blanton.