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Spotlighting and supporting people that are making an impact while developing initiatives to inclusively make the world better for everyone. We intend to spotlight generosity, contribution and inspiration through the leaders we bring on the show. Please subscribe if you enjoy listening to this podcast!

Latest Episodes

5. Mat Mahboub on Friends of the Fatherless, Gratitude, and the Orphan Crisis

In this episode, host Sean Riley sits down with Mat Mahboub, on behalf of Gary Mahboub, founder of Friends of the Fatherless, an international charitable organization which partners with and provides education to orphanage directors around the globe, encouraging them at an annual orphanage directors conference and supports their efforts to save these innocent and vulnerable children with no other foreseeable path to a stable home. Mat has recently returned home from the Philippines where he spent time at two orphanages that his father’s organization partners with, and shares how he finally understood the difference that his father’s work abroad has been making on these children for many years. The orphan crisis affects over 153,000,000 children worldwide and increases every day. Many challenges prevent children from being adopted whether it be disabilities, government restrictions, geographic restrictions, and diseases like HIV/AIDs and other physical and mental conditions. This interview dives into what lessons can be learned from those in poverty, what Mat has learned about the orphan crisis, what practical steps he takes to enhance his daily life, and a little bit about his personal side. If you enjoy this episode, please remember to rate us 5 stars and subscribe! Music by Robby Palmer, Airae, In Dawn, Ooyy, Infinity Ripple and Hushed. Sound editing by Sean Riley.

40 MIN2 w ago
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5. Mat Mahboub on Friends of the Fatherless, Gratitude, and the Orphan Crisis

4. Five Key Lessons on Service and My Journey Toward Beginning this Podcast

In this mini-episode of How Are You Helping, Host Sean Riley breaks down his “Five Key Lessons on Service” and what led up to the founding of a for-purpose podcast that highlights generosity, contribution, and inspiration. In this episode, you’ll discover the greatest piece of advice he’s received, why everyone should take control of their own transformation, and how getting everything you want can feel empty and meaningless without service, philanthropy and giving back to others. Music by Robby Palmer and Trevor Kowalski

19 MIN2019 NOV 23
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4. Five Key Lessons on Service and My Journey Toward Beginning this Podcast

3. How To Tackle Sex Trafficking With Rachael Roland, Founder of BeLOVEd Beauty

In this episode, Rachael Roland shares her journey of founding her non-profit: BeLOVEd Beauty, a charitable organization which helps at-risk women (girls in the foster system and sex trafficking survivors) recover from past wounds and transition into sustainable jobs in the beauty industry. Rachael describes her post-college years in which she flew from the U.S. to Thailand and Cambodia to do work abroad where she was gripped by the reality of sex trafficking. When she returned to the U.S., she knew she had to start BeLOVEd Beauty. Having worked in the cosmetology industry, she wanted to share her passion for beauty and make up with women who have been through the most severe circumstances. We discuss her work, the ups and downs of her journey, her faith, her volunteer work and why it inspires her, and a little bit about her personal side (Rachael went to school for Film/Television). Could this be the answer to sex trafficking? There’s more work to do, but we can guarantee that we...

48 MIN2019 JUL 28
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3. How To Tackle Sex Trafficking With Rachael Roland, Founder of BeLOVEd Beauty

Ep. 02 - Ashley Daily on Armory Of Harmony and 805 Strong (Thousand Oaks)

Ashley Daily, a senior at USC, sits down with us to discuss a new non-profit called Armory of Harmony which takes gun metal and melts it into musical instruments to distribute to high school and middle school music programs in schools in need around the U.S. Her hometown, Thousand Oaks, faced two major tragedies this past November, which we discuss in the interview. On November 8th, she tragically learned that her friend Noel Sparks was one of the 12 people who died in the mass shooting at the Borderline Bar & Grill. The following day, her family was told to evacuate her home due to the Woolsey Fire. To support victims of these tragedies, she began selling bracelets in a fundraiser called 805 Strong. We discuss how she is doing now, best practices for managing time wisely, her faith in Jesus Christ, and how to persevere when a dream unexpectedly dies. She shares her favorite novels, mentors and role-models, details the accomplishments thus far of Armory of Harmony and a few suggesti...

21 MIN2019 JAN 5
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Ep. 02 - Ashley Daily on Armory Of Harmony and 805 Strong (Thousand Oaks)

Ep. 01 - Isaiah & Jeremiah Godby on The Run For Their Lives (1000+ Mile Run to Protest Gun Violence)

How Are You Helping? is a new podcast that spotlights and supports people that are making an impact while developing initiatives to inclusively make the world better for everyone. Our first episode features brothers Isaiah and Jeremiah Godby, two ultra-marathon runners from Sacramento, California who ran from Parkland, Florida to Washington, D.C. two weeks after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS shooting happened to meet with the student organizers and protest gun violence. Their inspiring journey, The Run For Their Lives was over 1000 miles to honor the 17 victims of the Parkland, Florida school shooting. We had the opportunity to sit and discuss their lives and their run in this first podcast episode on How Are You Helping? Music by Robby Palmer

45 MIN2018 APR 9
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Ep. 01 - Isaiah & Jeremiah Godby on The Run For Their Lives (1000+ Mile Run to Protest Gun Violence)
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Latest Episodes

5. Mat Mahboub on Friends of the Fatherless, Gratitude, and the Orphan Crisis

In this episode, host Sean Riley sits down with Mat Mahboub, on behalf of Gary Mahboub, founder of Friends of the Fatherless, an international charitable organization which partners with and provides education to orphanage directors around the globe, encouraging them at an annual orphanage directors conference and supports their efforts to save these innocent and vulnerable children with no other foreseeable path to a stable home. Mat has recently returned home from the Philippines where he spent time at two orphanages that his father’s organization partners with, and shares how he finally understood the difference that his father’s work abroad has been making on these children for many years. The orphan crisis affects over 153,000,000 children worldwide and increases every day. Many challenges prevent children from being adopted whether it be disabilities, government restrictions, geographic restrictions, and diseases like HIV/AIDs and other physical and mental conditions. This interview dives into what lessons can be learned from those in poverty, what Mat has learned about the orphan crisis, what practical steps he takes to enhance his daily life, and a little bit about his personal side. If you enjoy this episode, please remember to rate us 5 stars and subscribe! Music by Robby Palmer, Airae, In Dawn, Ooyy, Infinity Ripple and Hushed. Sound editing by Sean Riley.

40 MIN2 w ago
Comments
5. Mat Mahboub on Friends of the Fatherless, Gratitude, and the Orphan Crisis

4. Five Key Lessons on Service and My Journey Toward Beginning this Podcast

In this mini-episode of How Are You Helping, Host Sean Riley breaks down his “Five Key Lessons on Service” and what led up to the founding of a for-purpose podcast that highlights generosity, contribution, and inspiration. In this episode, you’ll discover the greatest piece of advice he’s received, why everyone should take control of their own transformation, and how getting everything you want can feel empty and meaningless without service, philanthropy and giving back to others. Music by Robby Palmer and Trevor Kowalski

19 MIN2019 NOV 23
Comments
4. Five Key Lessons on Service and My Journey Toward Beginning this Podcast

3. How To Tackle Sex Trafficking With Rachael Roland, Founder of BeLOVEd Beauty

In this episode, Rachael Roland shares her journey of founding her non-profit: BeLOVEd Beauty, a charitable organization which helps at-risk women (girls in the foster system and sex trafficking survivors) recover from past wounds and transition into sustainable jobs in the beauty industry. Rachael describes her post-college years in which she flew from the U.S. to Thailand and Cambodia to do work abroad where she was gripped by the reality of sex trafficking. When she returned to the U.S., she knew she had to start BeLOVEd Beauty. Having worked in the cosmetology industry, she wanted to share her passion for beauty and make up with women who have been through the most severe circumstances. We discuss her work, the ups and downs of her journey, her faith, her volunteer work and why it inspires her, and a little bit about her personal side (Rachael went to school for Film/Television). Could this be the answer to sex trafficking? There’s more work to do, but we can guarantee that we...

48 MIN2019 JUL 28
Comments
3. How To Tackle Sex Trafficking With Rachael Roland, Founder of BeLOVEd Beauty

Ep. 02 - Ashley Daily on Armory Of Harmony and 805 Strong (Thousand Oaks)

Ashley Daily, a senior at USC, sits down with us to discuss a new non-profit called Armory of Harmony which takes gun metal and melts it into musical instruments to distribute to high school and middle school music programs in schools in need around the U.S. Her hometown, Thousand Oaks, faced two major tragedies this past November, which we discuss in the interview. On November 8th, she tragically learned that her friend Noel Sparks was one of the 12 people who died in the mass shooting at the Borderline Bar & Grill. The following day, her family was told to evacuate her home due to the Woolsey Fire. To support victims of these tragedies, she began selling bracelets in a fundraiser called 805 Strong. We discuss how she is doing now, best practices for managing time wisely, her faith in Jesus Christ, and how to persevere when a dream unexpectedly dies. She shares her favorite novels, mentors and role-models, details the accomplishments thus far of Armory of Harmony and a few suggesti...

21 MIN2019 JAN 5
Comments
Ep. 02 - Ashley Daily on Armory Of Harmony and 805 Strong (Thousand Oaks)

Ep. 01 - Isaiah & Jeremiah Godby on The Run For Their Lives (1000+ Mile Run to Protest Gun Violence)

How Are You Helping? is a new podcast that spotlights and supports people that are making an impact while developing initiatives to inclusively make the world better for everyone. Our first episode features brothers Isaiah and Jeremiah Godby, two ultra-marathon runners from Sacramento, California who ran from Parkland, Florida to Washington, D.C. two weeks after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS shooting happened to meet with the student organizers and protest gun violence. Their inspiring journey, The Run For Their Lives was over 1000 miles to honor the 17 victims of the Parkland, Florida school shooting. We had the opportunity to sit and discuss their lives and their run in this first podcast episode on How Are You Helping? Music by Robby Palmer

45 MIN2018 APR 9
Comments
Ep. 01 - Isaiah & Jeremiah Godby on The Run For Their Lives (1000+ Mile Run to Protest Gun Violence)
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