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Stand-up comedian, Paralympic athlete, model, advocate - all qualities embodied by today’s guest, Nawaal Akram. Not one to hold back, she dives right into her unique personal journey and the challenges faced along the way. Check out her social media accounts to see what Nawaal is up to:

 

Facebook: Nawaal Akram

Twitter: @nawaalakram

Instagram: @nawaalakram

 

Muscular Dystrophy Qatar:

Instagram: @MD.Qatar

Direct download: DH_-_Nawal.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am MSK

One more episode before 2015 ends, and make sure to not miss this one with Valeria Mazzei of The Expat Shella​. The young Italian expat exudes positivity and ambition as she opens up about moving to an unfamiliar place as a teenager and jumping into curating a YouTube channel with friends.

Direct download: The_Expat_Shella.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am MSK

What do marketing, psychology, and fitness training have in common? They are all passions driving this episode's guest, Nuwaid Pocker - founder of Crunch Doha, a Qatar-based, holistic approach to eating healthy and staying fit. Listen in to hear all about this young entrepreneur's personal journey of taking risks and fully believing in one's ability to achieve greatness with tenacity.

 

Find out more about Crunch Doha at www.crunchdoha.com or on their social media channels.

Direct download: DH_-_Nuwaid.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am MSK

Hello Doha Heat family! This week we hear from Cameron McNaughton, who recently relocated to Qatar after reflecting on wanting to push himself out of his comfort zone and wishing to be with family here. We delve into his journey from South Africa to deciding to set aside familiarity and comfort for new opportunities in an unfamiliar place - a theme that probably resonates with many listeners.

Make sure to check-out his startup project mentioned in the episode: www.golfchamps.net. You can also connect with Cameron via Twitter: @rakkers7.

Direct download: DH_-_2_2.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:13am MSK

40+ countries, 600+ conversations - this is the life of aspiring travel writer Colleen Waterson, who stayed up late to chat about her journey to ask people around the world 3 questions. We get into what inspired her to pursue this dream and how she sustains the energy necessary to do something like this. Learn more about Colleen's project and participate here: www.bigsharedworld.com.

Direct download: DH_-_Colleen.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am MSK

Since Andrew has gone on a short break to the U.s., Ifath is going to be hosting alone for the first time this week! Our guest is Reem Mansour, Co-Founder of Cat Assistance team of Qatar. She discusses changing her career path from Mass Communication and Theatre to helping out our small feline friends and what her future plans are for the rescue organisation.

Direct download: DH_-_2_1.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am MSK

Jessie Oliver, who is better known by her Instagram handle @Slinky.Jam, shares her personal journey from Australia to Qatar. The rising artist, who spends her days at a Doha veterinary office, shares how art came into her life and how social media has helped get her name out there.

Direct download: DH_-_2.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:38pm MSK

Elsbeth Blekkenhorst, who founded and currently runs Global Women Qatar, tells about her personal journey from business student to air steward to entrepreneur - all the while finding love and starting a family. Her Doha-based recruitment firm aims to empower women through the cultivation of an on-and offline community where individuals share their tips for navigating the sometimes puzzling path to employment in Qatar. For all the latest updates from Elsbeth and her guest contributors, make sure to check out the Global Women Qatar blog: http://www.globalwomenqatar.com/blog.

Direct download: Elsbeth.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00pm MSK

We've made it to our 200th episode and what better way to celebrate than this interview with Seti Raeisi, who balances a demanding 9-5 with her passion for helping others live better. The life-long Doha resident shares about her desire to continuously learn and improve, be it studying computer science or composing her first motivational book in 2016. The enthusiasm and positivity seeps through this episode - hope you enjoy!

Feel free to check-out Seti's multiple social media platforms to get quick and FREE healthy living tips:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Setareh-Raeisi-942191262468546/timeline/

Instagram: @setithc

Snapchat: setasetaseta

Direct download: DH_-_Seti.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am MSK

Almost to our 200th episode - holy moly! Thanks to the wonderful world of Instagram, we met this episode's guest, Lulu Mohamad Ali, who is a self-described "Fashion, health, beauty, food, business, and technology micro-blogger" based in Doha. We talk about pursuing one's passions despite not fully knowing how to do it, the importance of learning daily, and what we can expect from her brand, Labelled.

Direct download: DH_LMA.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am MSK