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Welcome to The SocialRay Podcast where we share stories of social media influencers and entrepreneurs of how they overcame difficulties and hardships to build the success and influence they have today. Learn the strategies, mindsets, and tools that have helped these influencers and entrepreneurs build massive brands and businesses using the power of social media. And also learn how you can make an impact with your social media presence to make a positive, lasting difference in the world. You ...
 
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During the difficult times we’ve been living, facing the pandemic, racism, and socioeconomic distress, art rises as a breath of fresh air, at times translating what we have difficulty putting into words, at times, magnifying social and racial issues that can no longer remain overlooked, but always a powerful tool to process reality. In this episode…
 
In this episode I talk with Dr. Grace Lee who is a neuroscience based coach who has studied the brain and how it works. Now she is using her knowledge and expertise to teach other coaches how to monetize their knowledge and get paid on a recurring base with what they know. You'll hear in this episode how she has been able to turn her knowledge into…
 
In this episode I talk with Cherry Tung who is a wealth coach. Most of her clients are corporate workers wanting to create additional income streams that align with their passion and expertise. Her approach in coaching is rooted in her personal experience as she created 16 income streams, invested multiple 6 figures in the stock market and reached …
 
In the international Covid coverage there’s a tendency for uplifting Global North countries in their efforts of control and solution creation while undermining Global South countries, as places bound to be the scenario of the worst calamities, incapable of responding efficiently to the crisis or where good covid response numbers are something surpr…
 
In this episode I talk with Ricky Gutierrezz who is a full-time daytrader who has built one of the largest YouTube channels teaching people on how to daytrade. We talk about how he has sacrificed his teenage years and early 20's building, grinding, and creating a digital empire where now he is teaching people how to make profits daily using his tra…
 
In this episode, I get interviewed by fellow podcaster Chris Hsu who asks me questions about myself and why I left med school to pursue my own path in life to building a podcast, growing millions of followers on Instagram, and built my own business coaching others in building their following and personal brands on Instagram. I talk about why I crea…
 
In this episode, I talk with Myron Golden who has sold 55k to $1 mill plus packages teaching people how to sell on stage and has even worked with people like Russell Brunson and other famous entrepreneurs. He talks about the importance of following certain principles in business and how just like there's the law of gravity in place, there's certain…
 
In this episode, I talk with Anastasia Chudomekhova who is a Russian violinist born in Yalta, Crimea and has started playing violin at the age of 7. She has studied at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels and is pursuing her dream of playing professionally as a violinist. She talks about how difficult it was growing up without money at a young age an…
 
In this episode, I talk with entrepreneur Jaiden Vu who is a high school dropout and shares his struggle of leaving home as a senior in high school to working minimum wage learning to be a chef. He shares how he had times when he felt like he had depression, was struggling to make ends meet since he was trying to make it on his own, and how difficu…
 
In this episode, I talk with Jamar James who is a full-time swing trader and teaches others how to they can invest their money so they can make a full time living just trading. Swing trading is a style of trading that attempts to capture short- to medium-term gains in a stock (or any financial instrument) over a period of a few days to several week…
 
In this episode, I talk with my mentor and friend Nicholas Bayerle who is the CEO of the Billion Dollar Brotherhood. He has gone from being 60 pounds overweight addicted to gaming everyday, being a broke carpet cleaner, and having no network to having built a seven figure business, losing weight to attract the woman of his dreams, and networking wi…
 
Hey guys in this episode, I talk about a webinar I'm hosting this Saturday at 11 AM PST to share 3 growth hacks to grow your Instagram. You can signup using this link and I"ll be sharing some of the secrets and tips that have helped me grow millions of followers and how you can build an influence, income, and impact using social media as well. If y…
 
Before we start this episode, I want to let you guys know of a 90 day coaching program that I'll be hosting to help people build over 10k followers in the next 90 days using the strategies and techniques that I have learned from growing over a million followers on Instagram. If you're someone looking to build an online influence and have a vision l…
 
Hey guys, Before we start this episode I want to let you know of a special coaching program that I'm hosting that will help you build 10k followers in the next 90 days on Instagram. In this group online coaching program, you'll learn how to grow, build, and monetize your social media brand and presence and learn personally from me the steps that it…
 
Humanitarian efforts were and still are dominated by donors and organizations based in the United States and Europe. However, these efforts are frequently targeted at low and middle-income countries across Africa, Asia, and Latin America, often without taking into account the perspectives and expertise of affected persons. This system replicates co…
 
In this episode I talk with my friend Alex Lombard who is the founder of @visionwall on Instagram and has a 100 million follower network that he has used to grow accounts, build influencers, and create credible brands out of credible people online. He has helped numerous people build their personal brand on Instagram by growing their accounts, help…
 
The so-called “discovery” of the world by European navigators in the XV century is the event that defines the beginning of the historical process known as colonialism, a system marked by the exploitation of labor and expropriation of land that is still present in different forms in the international geopolitical arena. In this episode, the first of…
 
In this episode I talk to King Khieu who has 1 million followers on TikTok and has amassed a following by filming quick, informational content on interesting topics such as the top 7 diseases in the world, the top 7 best intelligence agencies in the world, and other topics that cover world news and fascinating information. He shares how the TikTok …
 
In this episode I talked to my friend Roy Taylor who made money off of social media and now is focusing on working on an app called Millionaire Mindset that helps people have the mindset for success. Roy is in his mid 20's and has built several successful passive income businesses that have helped him to live an independent life. His goal is to hel…
 
In this episode, we explore the work of the Community of Sant'Egidio, a religious group connected to the catholic church that has been an important stakeholder in peace processes around the world. Andrea Bartoli, an international conflict resolution expert for over three decades and president of the Community of Sant'Egidio Foundation for Peace and…
 
In this episode I talk with life coach Kimchi Chow, a Vietnamese immigrant who has built a successful life helping others to get past their limiting beliefs and also help others achieve their full potential in life through her coaching. We talk about the importance of loving yourself, accepting yourself, and being content with who you are instead o…
 
In this episode I talk with Asian model and travel influencer Leo Chan who is one of the few Asians who has worked with prestigious brands like GQ Magazine, Chopard, Movado, Timberland, Bar III, and Perry Ellis on influencer campaigns. He has also traveled around the world for 5 months on a World Cruise project that took him and his girlfriend on b…
 
Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams is a prominent scholar in the area of Peace Education who shares in this interview about the work he has been developing in his home country, Trinidad and Tobago, around violence in schools and how that matter goes far beyond school walls in this and other developing countries. Williams is an Associate Professor of Afr…
 
In this episode, I talk to Jorge Contreras who is a multifamily investor in 1200+ units and teaches people how to rent out Airbnb properties with no experience and money. Jorge came from a background of drug dealing, gangs, and has seen his dad pass away from getting involved with the wrong kinds of activities. He did not want the repeat the same s…
 
In this episode, I talk with my friend Edward Woo who founded his clothing company Wooji.us and is an Asian-American clothing brand that takes a lot of their inspiration from anime and Asian culture for their designs. Edward started his company by putting a couple grand on his credit card to start his clothing company and since then has been able t…
 
In this episode I talk with my friend Azeem who runs the Instagram page @foundconscious and how he was able to develop a following by posting content about things that not many people are aware about such as the rolling out of 5G, Neuralink, and how certain foods and habits can affect us. What I learned from my talk with Azeem is that he has had hi…
 
In this episode I talk with my friend Jason Wong who is the CEO of Wonghaus Ventures and has built multiple companies at a young age. He has exited on several companies already, has learned how to make products go viral through influencer marketing, and from his Tumblr famous days has developed a network on social media that extends to hundreds of …
 
In this episode, I talk with my good friend Anna DeGuzman who does cardistry magic and has performed at the Magic Castle in Hollywood. She is one of the few female magicians in the industry who has proved her talent and worth through her skills with cardistry in particular. She first got into cardistry by self-teaching herself through videos on You…
 
In this episode, I talked with my friend Esa Fung who is 26 years old like me and started off on Vine making funny skits around Asian culture and mannerisms. He first blew up when he showed his mom a failed math test score and she went off on him and since then has found his niche in the Asian American market. He was part of the 1 million followers…
 
Eliana Elías, Co-founder and Executive Director of Minga Perú, sat down with us to discuss her experiences working in the Peruvian Amazon and other rural areas to design and implement strategies that combine communications, women's leadership and sustainable community development. She shares insights and stories about her initiatives with NGOs and …
 
In January 2019, we sat down with University of Hawai`i student Marcus Armstrong-Patterson and Chief Resilience Officer of Honolulu Joshua Stanbro to discuss what the city is doing to adapt to climate change. The City and County of Honolulu Office of Climate Change, Sustainability and Resiliency (Resilience Office) was established by City Charter i…
 
In this episode, I talk with my friend Terry Song who has built over 1.7 million subscribers as of this point and has done this all himself by posting reaction videos. Now he is posting content he is truly passionate about and putting out content that is his own original work such as animations that depict parts of his life and teach lessons to the…
 
Anastase Nabahire, the Coordinator of the Justice, Reconciliation, Law and Order Sector Secretariat in Rwanda discusses the role of restorative justice and mediation practices in post-genocide Rwanda. Interviewed by AC4 Co-Executive Director Peter T. Coleman, Nabahire shares his background and learnings on what a trauma-informed justice system is a…
 
In this episode I talk about my journey as an entrepreneur and also the realities of how it's not always easy and enjoyable. It's a short episode where I share my thoughts on how important it is to take a chance to pursue what you love while you have time and to also take steps to creating the life you want by taking action. It's different from my …
 
In this episode I talk with Christian (@christekton) and Ladi (@londoniangaga) about how they were able to scale their on-demand printing business Tektonland (@tektonland) within a year and work with influential celebrities, athletes, and influencers. They've been able to work with people like Drake's dad and others in the celebrity and influencer …
 
In thie episode I talk with Sarah Rav, a 20 year old medical student and social media influencer with a network of over 2 million followers in the food and fitness space. We talk about how she got into the social media space and how she was able to build such a massive following in such a short amount of time. We also talk about personal issues tha…
 
In this episode, I talk with Chef Kang, a restaurant owner in Koreatown Los Angeles and his journey of how he went from making millions in real estate, living lavishly, and spending money like water to going broke from his gambling habits and realizing that something needed to be different in his life. Chef Kang shared personal things like the pass…
 
"From the standpoint of a refugee family, unity is critical to their strength-building and success" says humanitarian response experts Neil Boothby and Zahirah McNatt. As part of an initiative to conduct a regional study on the effects of family separation on displaced people, Boothby and McNatt have published a report on Syrian refugees in Jordan.…
 
In this episode I talk with Jay Williams, also known as Jnetics, who has built a successful fitness brand training and coaching movie directors, athletes, and celebrities like Antoine Fuqua the movie director of Training Day, Eddie Murphy, Chris Tucker, Ali Woodson from the Temptations, and many more. He is a Michigan native who came to California …
 
In this episode I talk with Joon Lee, an Asian American YouTuber and Instagrammer who makes comedy skits based in Atlanta, Georgia. We talk about his journey of how he broke from the norm of Asian American paths of pursuing a law or doctoral degree and began to pursue creating comedy skits to make people laugh. He had his roots starting off doing c…
 
Sean Kelly is the founder of Jersey Champs, the largest jersey selling store in North America, and he has revolutionized the jersey industry by selling jerseys to not just sports fans but also to music fans, entrepreneurs, and celebrities. Sean is a 21 year old entrepreneur and in two years has built Jersey Champs to over 1 million Instagram follow…
 
In this episode I interviewed Cole Hatter who is a speaker, investor, author, and the organizer of the entrepreneur event Thrive hosted every year. We chat about how many entrepreneurs focus so much on the money they forget to focus on their dream life. Cole recommends that you build your dream life and then build a business to support that because…
 
In this episode, my friend Mark Metry who hosts the Humans 2.0 Podcast interviewed me about my journey in leaving medical school to pursue entrepreneurship. I share my struggles, mindsets, and why I left medical school to do online business and social media. Even though I didn't have all the answers or know if there was a sure path when I took the …
 
In this episode on the SocialRay podcast, I talk with my friend Jeet Banerjee who first started his entrepreneurial ventures as a teenager when his parents wouldn't give him money to use to hangout with his friends so he took matters into his own hands. As a 17 year old, he founded JB Media Force to build websites for businesses and got clients eve…
 
In this episode I talk with my friend Mark Metry who is a 20 year old entrepreneur and is the CEO of a VR company called VU Dream as well as the host of an iTunes Top Charts podcast Humans 2.0. And Mark's entrepreneurial journey began at the young age of 15 years old, when he made the world's number one Minecraft server (a game) with over 10 millio…
 
In this interview, I talk with Andy Nguyen one of the founders of Afters ice cream, known for their unique ice cream flavors and the signature Milky Bun. Andy is a serial entrepreneur who has many different businesses primarily in the food industry. We talk about Andy's journey into entrepreneurship and the food business and how he wasn't always th…
 
In this episode I talk with Frank Wu, the founder of Bezalel a wireless phone charging company. A Taiwanese immigrant with on prior knowledge of how to start a business, Frank started off on kickstarter and raised over $100,000 on their first time. Frank sold the wireless phone chargers quickly and soon went international with his products. Now his…
 
In this episode, I chat with Steve and Robbie who are in their early 20's building a green tea empire called Tenzotea. They source the highest quality grade green tea and matcha from Japan to sell in the US. Now they are featured in over 120 locations and cafes and have established themselves as a popular drink in cafes across Southern California. …
 
My friends Tasha and Vivien, from the Acethegram Podcast and FB group, interviewed me on this episode where I share my experience of having grown over 600,000 followers on Instagram. I talk about the tips, strategies, and advice that I've learned over the years from learning Instagram personally from experience and my own growth. I've been able to …
 
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