Leyna Nguyen Unscripted
Summary: Emmy-Award winning journalist Leyna Nguyen quits tv news and goes unscripted! Interviews w celebrities, experts & regular Joes on social issues, current events, & topics that may be controversial, creepy, or funny. From life lessons to professional insights to hilarious personal experiences. News you can use and stuff that doesn't matter but is fun to talk about! Please SUBSCRIBE! You can download to listen when you want, and we'd love you big time if you rate AND write a quick review! Thanks for your love, all!
How did a troubled kid from Newark end up in Hollywood and become a bonafide actor? Timing. Failure in the right moments. Marciano talks about the events that lead up to his success, his downfall and demons, and life lessons...in an interview filled with laughter, dotted with anecdotes, and punctuated with tears. He's been on The Shield, Homeland, Bosch, and a long list of other shows and movies but David Marciano the man, has much to share about life. Gambling, drugs, sex, and rock n roll. Spirituality, gratefulness, and mindfulness. We also talk a bit of football and poker! You can find David on social media: FB: facebook.com/david.marciano.731 Twitter @DavidMarciano IG: @DavidMarciano7
An Asian girl, a white guy, and a black girl sit at a table. No joke, we discuss interracial relationships. When is something a preference, and when is it a fetish? A pic posted on social media of me and a white boyfriend generated a lot of talk about Asian women dating white men and interracial dating in general. Even today there are strong feelings about this. Conversation naturally extends to racism in this country and why/how it seems worse today than it was years ago. Suspect one--social media! But it's hot just about race; it's also about sex and what we think we know about people, based on what they look like. Guests: Ted Sullivan, writer, "Star Trek, Supergirl" Twitter handle @karterhol, and Gwen Gatti, makeup artist.
You work hard for your money--is your money working hard for you? How secure is your future? Are you saving enough money for retirement? A lot of smart, successful people don't know how and where to invest their money to make sure they're prepared for life's unexpected emergencies, and set themselves up to live comfortably in their golden years. Do you really understand the different types of life insurance to ensure you have the right kind of policy? "Financial educator" Francine Ayala talks about what people can do to lower debt and create a nest egg while Leyna shares how a midlife career change finally made her take charge of her financial future! You can find Francine Ayala at francineayala.virtuity.com 626-788-2164 Leyna's "money guy" referred to in this podcast, is financial consultant Bang Brian Tran with Huntington Beach Financial Center 714-334-3170 email@example.com
FABMOM Jill Simonian talks parenting choices including stay-at-home moms, vaccinations, spanking, and interacting with your children's friends' parents. What if other parents are gossiping about you? What if YOUR child is the bully? We don't name names, but if it sounds like we're talking about you--we probably are. The restaurant she talks about is called Cafe Jacks and you can find Jill at: Twitter & IG: @jillsimonian Facebook.com/jill.simonian (profile) Facebook.com/jillsimonian.thefabmom (page) website is TheFABMom.com
Donny Most actually read for the part of Potsie but became a household name as Ralph Malph. Unlike his character, Don talks about being an introvert, his struggles after the show's crazy success, his first love, and what's he's doing now. We also discuss poker strategy, food, and music. Oh, and he believes in UFO's. Twitter handle @Most_Don and find him on FB at facebook.com/donmostmusic/
Got carpel tunnel from swiping right? We're lettin' it all out there and sharing our experiences with online dating. Coffee, lunch, or dinner? Who pays? From catfishing to creepy, dangerous situations, to interpreting the lingo & learning how to filter out the undesirables, our guests talk about finding love (or hook ups) online from the views of both sexes. Guests: Debra Brown-Kondratczyk, Decors by Design and Eric Vonheim, Turned up Media. Voiceover by SteveKamer.com. Check out the beautiful handmade jewelry at RebeccaLiStudio.com
Anyone who says they never play office politics is either lying or unemployed. It's unavoidable and HOW you do it can make or break your career. It's alive and well in tv news, real estate, and every industry, including healthcare. In fact doctors may be the worse! The higher-educated or profiled the "employee," the more office politics are involved. How to spot the backstabbers and brown-nosers and how you can improve your professional image. Kissing a$$ is a slippery slope...tread lightly! Guests: Denny Hooten, Director of Group Operations, Healthcare Partners and Tom Costello, Tom Costello Estates. Tips: 1. What everyone else doesn't know, CAN'T hurt you! Don't over-share. Beware the social work functions! (Holiday parties, training sessions, group activities) 2. Don't Gossip. Listen actively and use information to your advantage. 3. Don't vent at work. The information can be used against you. 4. Choose your friends carefully: backstabbers and guilt by association. 5. You're alway being watched, whether you're an employee or a manager. 6. Kissing up: it works, but long term-- it's detrimental.
6 tips for making a career change. What about the money? How and why did we walk away from a "dream job" to do something else?! !It's a scary proposition, but quitting was the best thing we did! 3 Los Angeles news professionals discuss why they gave up a high-salaried career; the good, the bad, and the ugly of reinventing yourself. They talk bad bosses, money, happiness, and family. Must you choose between career and family or can you really have it all? If you're stuck in a rut and thinking about quitting your job--listen to the plans and mistakes we made. Guests: Elsa Ramon, "Adventures in Crypto," formerly with CBS Los Angeles, and Stephanie Medina, Public Affairs for Goodwill Industries, Southern California, formerly with KCAL & KTLA. 6 Tips for midlife career change according to First Republic Bank Each day you stay in a job you no longer love because the money is great, the further behind you are from financial freedom Do not take the saying "follow your dream and the money will follow too seriously Focus on work and not money concerns Understand the real reason you are not happy with your current career lies within Be wary of short term solutions Career planning alone won't work. You need a combination of financial and career planning