Angela Cudger is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is an award-winning international speaker and coach, a top wellness expert, and founder of Legacy Holistic Health Institute, the only accredited black-owned institute for health coaches in the United States of America. She has been styled the Queen of Wellness, and rightly too. Angela is a walking wealth of information and teaches women entrepreneurs a full circle approach to wellness that has allowed them experience exponential growth in their businesses. As a devout vegan, she endorses the use of whole foods, nutrient dense sources to steer focus, drive creativity and increase productivity in business. She has an impressive background in modern medicine, holistic nutrition, physical fitness and spirituality. Listen as Angela takes us on her journey to becoming an accomplished wellness expert. Be inspired to pursue your dreams and rise to the top in your business and career.
Christine Reidhead is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a Humanitarian, Professor and Podcaster. As a humanitarian, she is the Founder and CEO of the Nonprofit Organization, AfrikRising, which provides critical resources to the children of Africa who face starvation, educational limitations, and health disparities. A Silicon Valley review has named AfrikRising one of top 50 fastest growing companies in 2019. She also sits on the Board for Habitat for Humanity and Family Promise of Albuquerque and hosts her own podcasts which focus on nonprofits and advocacy amongst other topics. She is Assistant Professor of Business, a Business and Education Department Chair and Faculty Vice President. Listen as Christine shares her journey of transforming her life at the age of 28 by choosing to get an education and how she seeks to provide others with access to education so they can achieve their dreams. Be inspired to dream big!
Cheryl Peavy is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a Speaker and Transformation Technician, who is passionate about helping women overcome traumatic situations and heal from within. She has had a personal experience with trauma when several years ago she lost her mother and grandmother two weeks apart. Since then, she has created a social media movement branded as She Is You I Am You, which helps women see themselves through God’s eyes and not the world’s. She seeks to encourage, inspire and motivate women to show up in their greatness and create the life of their dreams. She is a best-selling Co-Author of several books and contributing writer for Miz CEO Entrepreneurial Magazine and Thrive Global. Listen to Cheryl as she shares her journey of losing her identity following the rejection of her father and the deaths of her mother and grandmother and how she became a people pleaser until she discovered her identity and purpose. Be inspired to discover who you are!
Faith Ogunbor Agbonlahor is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She works in the banking sector as a business development professional. As the first of five children, the expectations of her parents were high concerning her. Her father was a medical doctor and her mother a nurse, and they desired that she become a medical doctor. She obtained her first degree in Microbiology from the University of Lagos, Nigeria and then decided that a career in the medical field was not for her. She returned to school and obtained a second degree in Global Marketing from the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom. She shares with us the challenges of growing up “caged,” dealing with the high expectations of her family, and trying unsuccessfully to walk in the path that had been pre-planned by her parents. Listen to Faith and be inspired to forge your own path and follow your own dreams.
Dr. Delene Musielak is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She was born and raised in Guyana, South America, before migrating with her family to the United States at the age of six. As a child she desired to be a doctor and she pursued and attained that dream. But she did not stop there and continues to challenge herself to be a leader and the best at everything she does. She is not only a full-time physician, but a super mom of triplets, a wife of an amazing surgeon, an author, motivational and wellness speaker and an entrepreneur. She has her own show, The Dr. Mom Show, which she started to serve as a medical informational resource. She shares with us her journey to achieving her dream and how she juggles the various roles in her extremely busy life. Listen to Delene and be inspired to pursue and attain your dreams. Yes you can!
Barrister Iryn Omorogiuwa is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a lawyer and member of the Nigerian Bar Association. Also, she is the state counsel Ministry of Justice Edo State Nigeria and chairperson International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) Edo State Nigeria. Iryn shares her journey to realising her childhood dream of becoming a lawyer and a voice for the oppressed in society. It was not an easy journey. Her father died just as she gained admission to university to study law and she became discouraged because he would never see her dream materialise. But she carried on as she understood that she wanted to be a lawyer for herself and no one else. Then came the financial hardships, which typically follow the demise of most fathers, but Iryn would find a way to achieve her goal despite not always having what she required for the journey. Today she is not only a lawyer, but she is a solid voice for the oppressed. Listen to Iryn and be inspired to have your dreams against the odds.
Uche Anyanwagu is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. He (yes, that’s right) is an Associate Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the School of Medicine, University of Nottingham. He researches Clinical Epidemiology focusing on Cardiovascular and Metabolic events associated with the use of Insulin and novel glucose-lowering agents in Type 2 Diabetes. Also, he is a creative writer, poet, and social critic and takes pleasure in using simple stories about everyday situations to provoke a change in people’s mindsets and assessment of their well-being. As a young child observing his father’s ailing health, he made a promise to his dad that he would become a doctor and cure him of diabetes. His father would die shortly after this pronouncement but Uche would go on to fulfil his promise against all odds and in 2017 win the nomination for the best research in Type 2 Diabetes in the UK. This man had limited opportunities as he pursued his dreams but what opportunities he did have he maximised. Listen as Uche shares his journey of going from the rural parts of Nigeria to the UK where he obtained a PhD and of course paid a visit to the Queen of England. His journey and success are proof that our limitations are only in our mind. Be inspired!