Podcast Episode 12 – Men Rule The World…? with Abdullah Al Qassab

Abdullah Al Qassab is was very interested in psychology and the general structures of society and the people around him, Abdullah initially became involved in smaller charitable projects which then grew with his own development.

This is also the time when Abdullah discovered his talent and passion for words. He embarked on a series of courses on public speaking, coaching and mentoring, leadership and presentation skills to hone these skills and better share his ideas and passion with/for the people around him. These days, Abdullah is using his talents to inspire, and for good causes. Describing his fellow Emirati youth as “in large parts a lost generation” due to the lack of guidance and role models, he brings enlightenment to them in his public lectures by creating links between history and modern day life, by raising awareness within the audience of their inherent and acquired skills by “connecting the dots” between their aspirations and their achievements, and by teaching them a things or two about being human.

Combining a solid foundation of broad knowledge with a strong sense of humour, Abdullah ensures that the core message is not only heard but also understood no matter who the audience is and which age bracket they ascribe themselves to.

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Podcast Episode 11 – F&B Businesses Do NOT Know How to Handle Positive Feedback

I have attempted to share positive feedback with so many restaurants, coffee shops, and other F&B businesses over and over again. But what I noticed was that they seem to be pushing it away! Yes! They push positive feedback away!  In this episode I share why they do that and how they recover from such a reoccurring mistake.

Podcast Episode 10 – From Couple to Power Team with Tim & Ness

Ever wondered what’s better than being just a couple? Become a Power Team! That’s what our guests today have in store for us! Tim and Ness are a couple from Melbourne, Australia who dedicate their lives to learning, growing & leading in the area of relationships because they believe that it’s our relationships, and particularly our intimate relationships, that bring us the biggest opportunity for personal growth and true fulfilment in our lives. To them relationships are our vehicle for reaching our fullest potential in life and in love, and they are always striving to create and grow extraordinary relationships.

They co-host ‘The Relationship Revolution Show’ which is a 5 times per week podcast for those who want extraordinary relationships and an even higher quality of life. They dive into all relationship topics, plus interview super couples who are winning at relationships along with world class experts in the very same field. They are on a mission to give their audience (they call them ‘the revolutionaries’) the best mindset, tools & strategies to create extraordinary relationships. You can check their show out by visiting the link in this episode’s show notes.

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Podcast Episode 9 – How to Move on From a Breakup (Love Life)

Breakups can be tough for most of us after we have had strong emotions towards that love partner for a period of time. We have a hard time, however, navigating through the pain and could possibly even hurt ourselves in the process even more. I recorded this episode to help you move past this chaos in a much better and smoother way.

Much love,

Podcast Episode 8 – ‘Just Read It’, He Said… with Omar Al Busaidy

Omar Al Busaidy is an Emirati entrepreneur, a Global Shaper at the World Economic Forum, and the author of the successful book ‘Just Read It’. With a passion for learning, growing, and contributing to society he has set out to writing a book that is so simple, yet so impactful for youth and generations to come. Celebrities in the UAE are already reading it! His passion for relationships is something we dive deep into because of his position at the World Economic Forum and his ability to network relentlessly. Got me really curious how he does it.

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