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Episode #94: "I Have SOMETHING To Say" with special guest, Amir Sadeh

I have SOMETHING to say!

Release Date: 04/29/2021

Episode #100: Episode #100: "I Have SOMETHING To Say" - Special Roundtable Segment on "Celebrating 100 Episodes!"

I have SOMETHING to say!

BRAVO!!! It’s our 100th episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY and we decided to do a special Roundtable Edition to celebrate and reminisce about this crazy journey. Our team looks back at how this adventure started with behind-the-scenes never-before-told anecdotes that bring chuckles and make us ponder about what’s next ...

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Episode #99: Episode #99: "I Have SOMETHING To Say" with special guests, Julian & Ash Perera

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Julian and Ash Perera, owners of Central Park Puppies, share their story of transition from being employees into becoming entrepreneurs by ideating and implementing a better way to do business in the well-established and highly competitive pet industry. After the initial impact of COVID-19 threw a wrench into how they engaged with their customers in the Tri-State area of New York, they quickly decided to take a leap of faith and transform their entire business model.

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Episode #98: Episode #98: "I Have SOMETHING To Say" with special guests, Alex Weeden & Connor Darwish

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Young Americans are standing up for and actually acting on the high values we profess to hold dear in the US. We talk to the inbound and outbound presidents of the Young Democrats of Orange County (FL), Alexander Weeden, and Connor Darwish about how they became civically engaged and committed to causes above and beyond the realm of politics. But they are also very much in-tune with how things work at the legislative level and are steadfast in calling out their own party’s leadership on their shortcoming

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Episode #97: Episode #97: "I Have SOMETHING To Say" with special guests, Will & Gwen Covington

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In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, OG power couple, Will and Gwen Covington share how they met and achieved Grammy success. They have worked with legends like The Commodores, James Brown Gladys Knight & The Pips, and BB King. This summer, Will and Gwen are conducting their third Summer Youth Mentoring Program “So You Want Your Name In Lights”, an arts-focused project that encourages under-served youth to make good choices while developing character, confidence, leadership, and positive life ski

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Episode #96: Episode #96: "I Have SOMETHING To Say" with special guest, Brittany Ramos DeBarros

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Brittany Ramos DeBarros, a proud Afro-Latina Staten Islander, community organizer, and combat veteran, is running for Congress in New York’s 11th District. Growing up in a deeply patriotic military family, she entered the Army in order to help pay for college. Her time in Afghanistan changed her mind about war, making her feel betrayed by a system that covered up greed and corruption with the veneer of freedom. DeBarros is determined to help lead the fight to build a better, more just world.

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Episode #95: Episode #95: "I Have SOMETHING To Say" with special guest, Tisse Mallon

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Tisse Mallon discusses the Science of Connection. As the founder of Elar Institute, Tisse develops and implements programming that lies at the intersection of emotional intelligence, applied neuroscience, and mindfulness to transform how people treat people. Tisse says that we are taught from a young age that competition is good and that for one person to win another one has to lose. However, Tisse adds, if one person is losing the other person is as well – NO ONE WINS – because we are all connected.

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Episode #94: Episode #94: "I Have SOMETHING To Say" with special guest, Amir Sadeh

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With a degree in American Politics and Constitutional Studies, Amir M. Sadeh, Ph.D., research is in Latino Politics, Immigration/Migration, and Race and Ethnic Politics. His dissertation, “Mobilization and Maria: Demographic Change in Florida and the Future of American Politics,” focuses on the growing Puerto Rican migrant population in Central Florida, pre-and post-Hurricane Maria, and sheds light on the impact of this demographic shift on electoral politics in the state during the 2016 and 2018 electi

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Episode #93: Episode #93: "I Have SOMETHING To Say" with special guest, Kye Walker, Esq.

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The global pandemic has made American workers who got laid off seriously consider being their “own boss” as a viable option to put food on the table. This includes tens of thousands of women who also had to face the hard decision of whether to stay in the workforce or care for their families. We invite our host's lawyer, Kye Walker, to share some valuable insights in this episode about important aspects in setting up a business for success for the benefit of my fellow business owners.

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Episode #92: Episode #92: "I Have SOMETHING To Say" with special guest, Carole Burton

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“We need to start working on ‘human being’ as opposed to ‘human doing’”, says Carole Burton, Principal of Radiance Resources in this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY. “The systems are failing because they no longer serve us! That’s what’s happening and it’s impacting everyone”. She elaborates on how ‘human doing’ is about competing which leads to the scarcity mindset, while ‘human being’ is about sharing and having an abundance mindset.

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Episode #91: Episode #91: "I Have SOMETHING To Say" with special guest, Jesus Flores

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In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, I talk to Jesús Flores, President of Latino Business Foundation of Silicon Valley and fierce advocate for the interests of the small business community of Santa Clara County. Jesús truly understands the pain points of the immigrant and undocumented small businesses he represents. With a group of committed partners, Jesús is determined to ensure these small businesses that employ over 68,000 people not only survive but THRIVE.

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In this episode of I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY my friend Amir M. Sadeh, Ph.D., and I talk for the first time after he became a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Political Science department at the University of Notre Dame. With a degree in American Politics and Constitutional Studies, his research emphases are in Latino Politics, Immigration/Migration, and Race and Ethnic Politics. When we met for the first time 2 years ago, I asked him why the interest in Latinos. He replied: “I feel this special affinity with the Latino community because my family also migrated to this country. As people, we have this shared experience.” His dissertation, “Mobilization and Maria: Demographic Change in Florida and the Future of American Politics,” focuses on the growing Puerto Rican migrant population in Central Florida, pre-and post-Hurricane Maria, and sheds light on the impact of this demographic shift on electoral politics in the state during the 2016 and 2018 elections. Hold on to your seat people…Latinos are key players in the future of the USA!