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In episode 18 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I had the honor to speak with someone I have been following for a number of years, Mark Schaefer who is a globally-recognized keynote speaker, educator, business consultant, and author. Mark and I discussed the current state of marketing, how companies need to be more human to better promote themselves, the power of personal branding, embracing the chaos, looking at life from a positive point of view, along with finding your purpose in life. Learn more about Mark on his website at
In episode 17 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I got the opportunity to chat with Kerry Kathleen Heaps who is a sought-after speaker herself and is the founder Of Book.Speak.Repeat., which helps speakers hone their craft and get on more stages. We had a great conversation about how speakers can improve their skills and get more speaking opportunities, along with the ever-important ability to have confidence while speaking, and the importance of passion in what we do, staying organized, and where Kerry sees the speaking world heading from here. Learn more about Kerry on her website at
In episode 13 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I had the pleasure of speaking with Carlos Valdes-Dapena. Carlos discusses what led to writing "Lessons From Mars", and how Mars, Inc. allowed him to create a framework for team collaboration that went viral within Mars. We talk about the importance of team building and team collaboration, and how we can work more effectively remotely from home. As well as understanding the vital role collaboration plays in today’s remote and fast-moving workforce.
In episode 12 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I had the chance to interview Alexander Fleiss who is the CEO of Rebellion Research, an AI machine learning hedge fund, online financial advisor, and educational research firm. We discuss Alexander's story of how he got his start, the financial markets, effective time management, as well as the need to have passions in life, along with creating your own path in life, and not being pushed and pulled in many different directions.Alexander's's CEO Alexander Fleiss has spoken about Artificial Intelligence Investing in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Fox News, BusinessWeek, Bloomberg News, MIT Technology Review, Yomiuri Shimbun, Wired, Geo Magazine, The Economist and Institutional Investor. Chapter 24 of Wall Street Journal Reporter Scott Patterson's book Dark Pools is on Mr. Fleiss. Mr. Fleiss teaches at Cornell Financial Engineering & Fordham Gabelli School of Business and has guest taught at Amherst College for over a decade and Yale School of Management for 5 years & Rutgers Engineering for 4. Prior to co-founding, Mr. Fleiss was a Principal at KMF Partners LP, a long-short US equity hedge fund co-managed by John Merriwether of Michael Lewis' Liars Poker. Mr. Fleiss began his career as a programmer for Sloate, Weisman, Murray & Co which was acquired by Neuberger Berman. Mr. Fleiss developed investment algorithms with the firm's CEO, Laura Sloate who is now a partner at Neuberger Berman and one of the investors featured in Peter Tanous' book Investment Gurus. Then Mr. Fleiss managed an Amherst College-funded Ai research project with Amherst College's Math Department Chair. Mr. Fleiss received a BA Degree from Amherst College & advanced to the 2nd round of the 2001 US National Math Championships. 
In episode 11 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I reveal the hidden meaning behind making your bed in the morning, and how that relates to having discipline. This one thing has absolutely changed my life, where before I always used to say I don't feel like it when it came to getting things done, now with being able to develop a strong habit of discipline, I have been able to improve my life in so many areas, and this episode will help to you dominate your life and your business as well.
In episode 10 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I share 5 important lessons and takeaways from the recent Netflix documentary titled The Last Dance, which features the amazing NBA championship run of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls team in the 1990s.
In episode 9 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I got to speak with Alireza Fadaie who is a personal finance expert and insurance advisor. This was a fully loaded episode as we discussed the current issues people were facing with their finances, along with giving advice and strategies on how to come out on top when it comes to your income, expenses, debt, and savings so you can be in a much stronger financial position. To learn more about Alireza visit his websites at and to find out more about his services.
In episode 8 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I go over the value of time, and how we are losing time every single day. More importantly, how we need to protect our time, and how we can use time blocking to ensure that we maximize the amount of value and productivity we get out of each precious day.
In episode 7 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I share some of my stories of how I have gained confidence and self-esteem over the years, as well as the importance of being able to have confidence no matter what you do, and how to start right now becoming the person you want to be.
In episode 6 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I share with you one of the most important mindset shifts you need to make in your life right now to avoid disappointment in order to start achieving success in any aspect of your life and business.
In episode 5 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I share why your life will improve only when you start to put yourself in situations that make you uncomfortable, and how this discomfort helps you to grow as an individual.
In episode 4 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I share why it's important to be accountable to your future self in order for you to remain motivated, productive, and get things done in your life and business.
In episode 3 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I have the chance to talk with Dr. Gleb Tsipursky who is the author of the incredible book Never Go With Your Gut where we talk about cognitive biases, mental fitness, and how business leaders should not go with their gut when making business decisions.
In episode 2 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast, I talk about how the fear of judgement of others plays such a big role in what we do and what we don't do in life and in business, and how that fear of judgement makes us live a life for others and not for ourselves.
Welcome to episode 1 of the Nolimitspreneur Podcast. In this episode, I talk about what the show is about, what to expect, and why this is the leading podcast on personal development and personal growth to better your life and business starting today!
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Podcast Details

Created by
Maher Abiad: YouTuber, Podcaster, Author
Podcast Status
Mar 11th, 2020
Latest Episode
Mar 27th, 2020
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
29 minutes

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