Portia Hoover is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a philanthropist and entrepreneur behind the online ‘level up’ program that is changing the lives of thousands of women throughout the world. With a strong passion to help others succeed and business awareness in creating new opportunities, Portia created her business model that leverages on coaching women to build, own their businesses and become independent. With her unique model, she has helped over 3000 women around the globe, and she believes this model was an inspiration and prompting of God. She continues to reach back to pull others with her, and continually dedicates her time to sharpen others and make herself available to mentor and coach women and young teens around the world. She is excited to see others win and is grateful to have the support of her husband and two daughters. Listen to Portia and be inspired to succeed.
Epiphanie Yohou is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a Marketing and Planning Strategist and the Founder/CEO of Ayoka Candles Co. As a business leader, mentor, speaker, and entrepreneur, Epiphanie partners with small businesses to create a vision for their start-ups and professional brands. For nearly a decade, her career has been focused within the pharmaceutical industry, spanning marketing, global planning, product launch, market access, and reimbursement. Although her marketing experiences play a vital role in helping to grow her own business, Epiphanie’s message to small business owners is to think beyond their marketing plan and focus on execution. Listen as Epiphanie shares with us how she pursues her dreams and helps others in the pursuit of theirs. Be inspired for success!
LaKisha Irby is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a mother, mentor, serial entrepreneur, author and life coach. She is committed to helping others obtain their highest personal and professional levels of success through joy, happiness, dedication and the power of choice. LaKisha enjoys inspiring others to live the life of their dreams by building confidence through empowerment. She serves her community, and combines her professional gifts with her love for service. Listen as LaKisha shares with us how she went from being a housewife with no finances of her own, to a divorcee living with her parents, and then to owner of several thriving businesses and an employer who is thrilled to see her employees prosper. Be inspired to make the right choices for your life!
Esther Dumbiri is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is founder and Managing Director of Sapient Hadassah’s Touch Limited, a publishing firm she started over a decade ago while still a student of the University of Lagos, Nigeria. Esther founded a business but more importantly she discovered herself. She had attempted a degree in Engineering but couldn’t cope, then she turned to Physical and Health Education and for a while she appeared to excel in sports but even that wasn’t for her. Finally, while reading a friend’s manuscript that was ready to go to print, Esther found herself. Hers was a world filled with a love for words and colours, a keen eye for spotting errors and a passion for telling people’s stories. Her business has grown by leaps and bounds and in this interview, Esther takes us back to where it all began. Listen to Esther and be inspired to find yourself and do the unthinkable!
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!
Sonia Poleon is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is an Entrepreneur, Mentor, Coach, Author, Consultant and Inspirational Speaker. Sonia began her career as a Housing Officer after which she set up her own business as a Letting Agent. But as she only seemed to be managing bad tenants who would not pay their rent, she shut down that business. Years later a burning desire to give back to the community, led her to open a nursery and demonstrate to parents that she could not only provide a valued service for their children but also make it affordable for their pockets. And then when she least expected it, she stumbled into the world of radio and became a Radio Presenter with Colourful Radio, London. Sonia shares with us her journey to becoming a Radio Presenter and all the wonderful opportunities it has afforded her including becoming a best selling author. Listen to Sonia and be inspired to discover and embrace purpose!
Minister Sherilyn Bennett is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is an advocate for female entrepreneurs of faith, and an accomplished and sought after speaker and award-winning graphic designer and branding expert. Sherilyn travels extensively in the USA ministering to women about living their faith out loud without apology. She believes that women were created with everything they need to walk in purpose. She is the celebrated author of “It’s Time for a Village Meeting: Awakening Moms, Reclaiming Our Girls” and the soon-to-be-released book, “Pink Slip: A Faith Leap Into Entrepreneurship!” Sherilyn is the CEO of Camden Lane Creative Agency, a full-service corporate design and branding agency. This is a business she began after losing her job. In this interview, she shares how her initial failure in business left her too scared to try again until she was laid off from her job. At that point she decided it was time to sink or swim and invested her severance pay in a business. She had hit rock bottom, and with no other place to go, she began to go up, and to demonstrate to other women that it is possible, and okay to thrive in business.