9 episodes

Someone Like You highlights the experiences of women, immigrants and people of color who are building empires, creating amazing things and changing the world. It celebrates underrepresented stories and unheard voices. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/someonelikeyou/support

Someone Like You Liz Marie

    • Entrepreneurship

Someone Like You highlights the experiences of women, immigrants and people of color who are building empires, creating amazing things and changing the world. It celebrates underrepresented stories and unheard voices. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/someonelikeyou/support

    Tony Arave on Mexican culture, integrity, prioritizing time over money and putting family first as a business owner

    Tony Arave on Mexican culture, integrity, prioritizing time over money and putting family first as a business owner

    THIS EPISODE IS THE MOST PERSONAL AND RAW YET!

    Tony Arave is a father, husband and owner of Antonio Arave Plastering, a construction company that specializes in high-end, multi-million dollar custom homes for the likes of Bruce Willis, Will Smith and Robert Downey Jr.

    He's also my step-dad, who gave me a daily dose into the life of an entrepreneur.

    On this episode, we talk about Mexican culture, integrity, prioritizing time over money and putting family first as a business owner. It's funny, real, no-BS and full of life lessons!

    My step-dad is a pretty private guy, so it meant so much to me to be able to interview him. It was amazing to reflect on how he shaped my life and experience as an entrepreneur.

    And if you give it a listen, here's your *EXPLICIT CONTENT WARNING* in advance. Now you know where I got my foul mouth from!



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    • 29 min
    Sylvia V. Reid on dream-killers, self-care and living elegantly

    Sylvia V. Reid on dream-killers, self-care and living elegantly

    Sylvia V. Reid is an ordained minister, life coach and the most elegant person I've ever met. After a lifetime of working in the church, she launched A Seat At Sylvia's Table, a lifestyle coaching non-profit that helps women move from merely existing to truly living. In this episode, we talk about dream-killers, embracing your many identities, prioritizing yourself, especially as an African-American woman, and what it means to live elegantly.


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    Brittany Diego on Goal-setting & Reverse Engineering Success

    Brittany Diego on Goal-setting & Reverse Engineering Success

    Brittany Diego is a celebrity stylist and founder of Fashion Mentor, an education startup that helps Black and Brown millennials lead successful careers in fashion. On this episode, we talk about gaining confidence after bullying, goal-setting, reverse engineering success as an immigrant and being Black in the fashion industry.


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    • 41 min
    Lyric Everly on Creativity, Fear and the Land of Possibilities

    Lyric Everly on Creativity, Fear and the Land of Possibilities

    Lyric Everly is a multi-disciplinary creative, mentor and Founder & CEO of Everly Agency, a full-service creative agency for visionary entrepreneurs. In this episode, we talk about creativity, conquering fear and limiting self beliefs, liberating yourself and living in the land of possibilities.


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    • 41 min
    Greg Eubanks - Perseverance, Mental Health & Generational Wealth

    Greg Eubanks - Perseverance, Mental Health & Generational Wealth

    Greg Eubanks is one of LA’s top-producing real estate agents, a mentor and personal development leader. In this episode, we talk mental health, having a chip on your shoulder, perseverance, and building generational wealth in the black community.


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    • 44 min
    Dr. Naz Tadjbakhsh: Leadership, strengths and core values

    Dr. Naz Tadjbakhsh: Leadership, strengths and core values

    Dr. Naz Tadjbakhsh is an organizational psychologist and author of Learning and Development in Practice: How to Create Training Programs that Make an Impact. In this episode, we talk about defying cultural expectations, sharpening your strengths, how to be a leader and using your core values to set boundaries.


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    • 54 min

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