As an immigrant child from Mexico, struggling to learn the language and fit in with others, Omar found his way into sales by following in the footsteps of his mother. Starting with book sales, he worked his way up to where he is now: traveling the world training other sales professionals to do what he does best.
In this interview, Omar Iribe discusses why he’s a salesperson, how he started in the profession and why it’s incredibly important to want to serve others in this industry.
Empowerment Coach, Dan Mendilow, joins me on the show to discuss the power, the science and everything you need to know about a positive mindset, how to rewire your mind to serve you better, and he debunks some popular misconceptions about meditation and other mindset beliefs.
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Listen now to one of my best friends, Chris Saizan, who is on the show to talk about his journey in Real Estate. He had a rough start navigating his way through shady loan officers, difficulties working with his mother while also under her shadow, and eventually as a "slow learner", became one of the most top-performing agents in Sacramento, CA.
Chris also shares his overall positive message and insightful tips for young agents, individuals looking to get into the business, and for seasoned veterans who want to get an edge in the modern age of marketing.
Personal Trainer and Entrepreneur, Justin Peyret joins me on the show to talk about why he trains and why he has his own line of supplements, but most importantly, to talk about how seriously fitness and health should be taken.
We get a lot of mixed signals as far as what we're supposed to look like and how to get there, but Justin explains the process of staying fit as you age, how you can make simple changes in your lifestyle to achieve what you want, and why its important to stop thinking about what everyone else wants you to look like.
I was recently featured on Bathrobe Moments with author, speaker, advocate, recording artist and coach/mentor, Loren Michaels Harris to talk about men's fashion, image consulting, and the story behind how I got into the Image Consulting Industry.
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Alex Portugal, owner of Alexander Robert Trading Co., joins me to talk about his humble and unexpected beginning in entrepreneurship, why he opened his store, and what his journey has been like so far as a business owner and proud member of the small, but passionate and supportive Uptown Whittier community.
Chef Rick joins me to talk about his journey as a professional chef, rising the culinary ranks, what it was like to work in a Michelin-ranked restaurant in France, shares a couple fun stories of when he was first starting out, and some advice on cooking strategies for single men, committed men and for families.
Women. You deserve more credit, you deserve so much love, and you deserve more than a few days to celebrate you in the year. This episode is dedicated to you, my fiancé, my mom, my sisters, and my grandmother. You’re all amazing; happy International Women's Day!
Krisnel joins me to talk about his journey around 13 countries, and what it was like as a young man learning the value of human beings, how relationships are integral to any wanted success, and how we as individuals can connect with people outside of our own cultures.
Special guest, LA native, Men's Fashion Designer, Author and Speaker, Michael Ferrera, joins me to discuss fashion, style, dating and what being a gentleman in 2018 means. We explore his origin story, his book, how image impacts men culturally, actionable tips and insight, and so much more.
I conducted a survey to find out what you need to know about your body hair, and what people’s preferences are when it comes to their levels of attraction to it. Listen now to learn about the data and what to do about it!
Business Consultant, movement leader and my good friend, Chris Wise, joins me to share his journey of success, pain, and rediscovering himself. In prison, he realized a monumental shift in masculinity needed to happen for his own survival, and after prison, decided to create a positive movement called, “The Evolved Alpha Male” that he believes will fundamentally change the world.
A quick story about how one of my clients felt wearing a custom, made-to-measure suit at a recent event. His self-confidence increased and others’ perception of him worked to open up conversations he may not have opened up on his own.
What to wear on a first date! In this episode, you’ll learn about what to wear based on your personality type, your build, your skin tone, and height, so you look extraordinary for that first romantic day or night.
My thoughts on Social Media: what one man said about deleting his Instagram account, why he felt the way he did, and my take on his decision. Social isn’t a bad thing, and it is what you make of it, so use it to fill your life with joy, avoid negativity, and use it to create, document and build an amazing online presence—talking about the good AND the bad—for your life. Because that’s how people truly connect regardless of whether it’s digitally or in-person.
Valentines Day 2018! This can be a tough one for guys to plan, and I get it. However, I know a few ways you can make the day special for you and your lady, and have a lasting memory you both can talk about for years to come. Not just that, but I’ll also share with you some tips on what to wear!
Stop blindly following style influencers and other sources online without understanding some simple basics. Following this stuff and putting it into practice without understanding, will potentially make you look weird and awkward. So, in this podcast, you’ll learn about some common pitfalls guys go through and the basics on how to steer clear of trendy bloggers’ surface-level, impersonal opinions.
In this episode, you’ll learn why it’s important to take ownership of your style, and not leave all the responsibility on your woman to do it for you. She shouldn’t be dictating your style and she shouldn’t be spending the time to do it for you. This episode will help you understand some of the problems there, and a few tips on how you can resolve it now.
The Science Behind How You Dress: learn about a concept known as “Enclothed Cognition” from the research of cognitive psychologists, Hajo Adam and Adam Galinsky of Northwestern University. You’ll find out how clothing affects your self-perception as well as how you’re perceived by others. Enjoy!