Nada Lena is the CEO and Founder of Rise Up for You, a network dedicated to empowering women globally.
Nada shares strategies of becoming more self loving in order to have more confidence in business and life.
Henry Kim is a writer, producer, director and co-founder of Empty Kingdom. Henry discusses his realization of wanting to be a film maker at a young age and his work on a sports documentary for The Golden State Warriors.
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Tony Huynh aka "The Fit Asian Man" is a podcast host, blogger, coach and former competitive body builder. Tony discusses his decision to quit his stable job to pursue his passions and offers fitness and health tips in this interview.
Karl Gusner is the co-founder of the startup Good Audience. Karl talks about his journey into entrepreneurship as well as what he has learned along the way.
Izzy Arkin quit his job in his 20s to fulfill his dream of becoming a ninja. Izzy shares his hero's journey and gives tangible tips to find direction in your life and career.
Diana is a celebrity stylist and wardrobe stylist. Diana speaks about feeling lost after college and the road to finding her dream career.
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Claire Yeung is a motivational speaker, coach, trainer and author of "The Eighty Year Rule". We discuss not living with regret, quitting her 23 year career as a lawyer with no plan of action after being diagnosed with a mysterious illness.
Dale Ting is an entrepreneur focusing on online businesses. We discuss Dale's move from being a product engineer to creating his businesses and being able to work form wherever he wants with just his laptop.
Joni Young is a coach and consultant to CEOs and business owners. Joni speaks about being a 10 year old immigrant with no english speaking skills to building up a $20 million company and moving towards what she calls "Purposeful Prosperity"
Brian Yang is an actor and producer. We discuss how Brian went from becoming an extra in a feature film to becoming an actor on the hit CBS TV show, Hawaii Five-0 and producing the documentary "Linsanity" that was featured at The Sundance Film Festival in 2013
Tash Wong, co-owner of Seldom Seen speaks about following her dreams to start an online and brick and mortar boutique.