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My podcast is for entrepreneurs to find motivation, resources, and business tips.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 44 - The East LA Girl (Interview w/ Carmen Baltazar)

In this episode, I interview Carmen Baltazar who is known as the East LA Girl. Growing up in East LA herself she understands the struggles some people may face in her community and she strives to provide resources to empower and motivate others to live the life of their dreams. We discuss how she gives back by hosting events and keeping an active social media connection with her audience. Carmen also finds a passion in health and wellness. She loves sharing her health journey whether that is mental health or physical she is not afraid to open up and get REAL with ya'll. Carmen opens up and shares more about some health difficulties she faced in the past and how she is working on overcoming them. This is a great episode to feel inspired before the new year. If you struggle staying focused and on track Carmen is only a message away. She is a coach and mentor to so many. She can guide you and share tons of tips and resources that will get you closer where you need to be. Carmen's Instagram: @theeastlagirl | @carmen.bfit Follow Me: Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter Reyna's Marketing E-Course

42 MIN1 d ago
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Ep. 44 - The East LA Girl (Interview w/ Carmen Baltazar)

Ep. 43- Getting through Nursing School as a First-Generation Latina

In this episode we interview Martha Reyna who shares her journey to becoming a Pediatric Transplant Nurse for the children’s hospital. She unfolds her story on being a young mom of two children, working full-time, and attending nursing school. In the US, there are less than 5% Latino/a nurses and Martha is eager to change that. Attending nursing school was not easy, especially being one of the very few Latinas, which is why she decided to start a movement to inspire and motivate more Latinos to enter healthcare by launching Latina, RN. She wanted Latinas entering healthcare to know they were not alone despite all the barriers they are faced to finish the difficult nursing program. Martha shares tips on how she managed her time, study tips, how she overcame self-doubt, and where she wants to take Latina, RN. You can follow Martha’s journey on her personal Instagram and Latina, RN Instagram. Follow my Social Media Platforms @hola_reyna @reynaspodcast Facebook reynaspodcast@reynamarrufo.com Reyna’s Marketing eCourse: Ready to save time and grow your brand? This will be a step-by-step course that will walk you through on how to begin creating engaging content organically and build a strong foundation for your brand through social media. The course includes 16 videos and worksheet resources that you will be able to complete and look over at your own pace. If you are ready to level up your social media, grow your business, and save tons of time - Click here. Resources Mentioned: Compton Girls Club women empowerment workshops every Saturday. BeFocused App

37 MINOCT 30
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Ep. 43- Getting through Nursing School as a First-Generation Latina

Ep. 42 - How Food Impacts our Mental Health

Jessica Guzman drops some gems about natural ways to manage stress. She shares the impact and effect on our mental health and specifically how food is a huge factor. Do you feel anxious all the time? Do you get lots of headaches? There may be some certain food causing your body to react. Jessica felt triggered during her second pregnancy and began to have panic attacks. She shares how all this anxiety may have been from past trauma during her teen pregnancy and she found that food and exercise allowed her to heal. She created a healthy lifestyle by first changing small habits in her daily routine. She now is a health and wellness coach specializing in emotional eating, mental health and a wellness lifestyle. You can find her website at www.ocnutritionist.com and her Instagram page @jessgguzman where she shares actionable tips that you can start implementing today. Reyna’s Marketing eCourse: Ready to save time and grow your brand? This will be a step-by-step course that will walk yo...

75 MINOCT 16
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Ep. 42 - How Food Impacts our Mental Health

Ep. 41 - First-Generation Latina Journalist for Univision (Interview w/ Yarel Ramos)

They say it takes a village. For Yarel Ramos, a correspondent with Univision, it’s always been about COMMUNITY. Community is what has helped Yarel take flight throughout her professional pursuits, and community has equally grounded her back to her roots at home. A native of Southern California’s San Fernando Valley, Yarel was born into a traditional family of Mexican immigrants: a close-knit community where education and growth were encouraged, but leaving the nest was extremely taboo. So when Yarel (the oldest of three children) opted to attend the University of Miami for undergraduate school, her parents had their fair share of reservations. Tune in for a fresh perspective on this Latina’s endeavors, as well as some dialogue about how social platforms and today’s world have transformed Yarel’s profession and life. This is an encouraging, light-hearted convo on one Latina’s path; each of us has opportunities, people, and networks that help make up part of our own story. What’s your community? Email me: reynaspodcast@gmail.com | Instagram @hola_reyna | Facebook | Follow Yarel Ramos | Instagram: @yarel_ramos Heels Dance Class Friday, August 23 | 7:00pm | Los Angeles Purchase Ticket Now Please leave a podcast review! Thank you. xoxo

56 MINAUG 21
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Ep. 41 - First-Generation Latina Journalist for Univision (Interview w/ Yarel Ramos)

Ep. 40 - Advice from my Millionaire Mentor (Interview w/ Tim Rhode)

In my next podcast episode the millionaire Tim Rhode shares how his journey of starting off as a grocery clerk up until the age of 25 and then soon found that he wanted to experience and offer more in life which took him to this incredible journey of selling homes as a realtor. Tim Rhode is also the Founder of the non-profit organization 1Life Fully Lived where they host conferences to help people find their true potential and create the amazing life they want. The conference literally changed my life and it opened my eyes to the possibilities of where I can go in my future. In this episode, Tim shares the valuable lessons of where and how to invest your money wisely, what habits to implement starting today, what investors are looking for in a business idea, and much more! Register for the 1Life Fully Lived Event with Discount! Click Here Follow 1Life Fully Lived Facebook Page Reyna’s Instagram | Facebook | Email: reynaspodcast@reynamarrufo.com

62 MINJUL 24
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Ep. 40 - Advice from my Millionaire Mentor (Interview w/ Tim Rhode)

Ep. 39 - Legally Protect your Business (Interview w/ Taylor Tieman)

Do you have any questions on how to legally protect your business before it’s too late? I interview the wise and beautiful Taylor who is an attorney that advocates for start-up businesses. You can listen to my podcast, #reynaspodcast and learn the absolute first steps you need to cover to protect your business. We discuss the details about trademarking, creating contracts, and copyright. Attorneys’ time can be pretty pricey, but I am grateful that Taylor was willing to offer free advice and is even gifting us a giveaway of a 1 hour Brand Exam specifically for YOU! Ya’ll this Brand Exam is normally worth $350 and would be silly of you not to enter it. Taylor will review all of the major areas of your business/brand that need to be legally protected. The call will include recommendations and legal advice including, but not limited to your business name, business entity, trademark, & copyright protection, contracts, podcasts, & your website. Here are the rules: -Follow me and Taylor @hola_reyna and @taylormtieman_esq -Tag 3 people who would be interested in a Free Brand Exam -Each group of 3 people you tag equals to 1 entry (no limit) tag as many groups of 3 people as possible to increase your chances of winning -Winner will be randomly selected this Friday, July 19 Ready, Set, GO!

50 MINJUL 16
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Ep. 39 - Legally Protect your Business (Interview w/ Taylor Tieman)

Ep. 38 - How I Got Started with Social Media

Do you want to know how I find my internship opportunities? How I network with people who can help me moving forward with my career? How I even got started with social media and building my personal brand? This is a great episode to get a little bit of background about me and my journey. Would love to have you share your thoughts and leave a review at the end on the podcast. Connect with Reyna Email: reynaspodcast@reynamarrufo.com | Instagram: @hola_reyna and @reynaspodcast | Facebook Free Webinar: Wednesday, July 3 from 7:00pm-8:00pm Register for Free Webinar HERE: 10x Your Instagram Engagement to the Right Audience

33 MINJUL 2
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Ep. 38 - How I Got Started with Social Media

Ep. 37 Millenial Financial Freedom

Corzo, 28, has been featured in Forbes magazine and has even dabbled in motivating others as a TED Talk speaker and career mentor. But the native Peruvian’s journey has not been easy; in fact, as a migrant to the United States, the door for many opportunities were shut on Corzo early on as he prepared himself for adulthood. Take note: this is all before the inauguration of DACA in 2012, when Corzo’s attempts at garnering a driver’s license, getting financial aid for college, and even acquiring a work permit left him at a loss. Without an established legal residency, he was repeatedly turned away and had to get creative with making his place in this country. “If the door for opportunities close, I go through a window,” Corzo stated. This dreamer went on to make his visions a reality, including paying his own way through college – and graduating with TWO bachelor’s degrees – to try his hand in real estate methods that led him to a fruitful career coupled with financial freedom. Although the Dream Act eventually gave him some freedom to garner those achievements, Corzo also had to play major catch-up to match others who’d continued ahead without limitations. Ever felt too overwhelmed to stay on that work flow or go after those goals? You don’t want to miss this episode! Reyna connects with Corzo for a humble and transparent conversation about the journey that helped him circumvent even the slightest obstacles to achieve the life he lives today. Learn from his experiences, gain tips about succeeding in real estate, take notes on the pivotal role of mentorship and accountability, and even delve in to the time Corzo visited with Congress to speak about America’s Dreamers. Diego Corzo: Email Diego at info@diegocorzo.com | Watch Diego Corzo’s TedTalk | Learn more about House Hacking | Facebook | Instagram Reyna Marrufo | reynaspodcast@reynamarrufo.com | Instagram | Facebook Free 10 Marketing Tips eBook

54 MINJUN 17
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Ep. 37 Millenial Financial Freedom

Ep. 36 - Forget Your Troubles and Dance (w/ Erica Nicole)

“Being a professional dancer was always a pipe dream,” states Ms. Erica Nicole who shares her journey in becoming a professional dancer, choreographer, and business owner. She opens up about how she opened her new studio to provide a safe place for people to improve their dancing and offer Latin dance classes such as Salsa and Bachata. Her new studio, the Dance Room, will incorporate unique programs such as “All Eyez on She,” where she will help women feel comfortable and confident with their own bodies through dance. Listen to the upcoming episode and learn more details about opening up your own studio, dancing internationally, and some of her top health tips to stay in shape. Free Webinar: 10x Your Instagram Engagement Date: Wednesday, June 5th Time: 7:30pm-8:30pm Register HERE Book: 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think Follow Erica Nicole @misserica_nicole @all_eyezonshe @thedanceroom_oc | Facebook Follow Reyna Marrufo @hola_reyna | Facebook Page | email: reynaspodcast@reynamarrufo.com

62 MINMAY 29
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Ep. 36 - Forget Your Troubles and Dance (w/ Erica Nicole)

Ep. 34 - Getting through Law School as a First-Generation Latina (w/ Anavictoria Avila)

This episode is a raw, intense, and beautiful story of Anavictoria Avila. She speaks her truth and shares with us why she studied to become an attorney and improve the juvenile justice system. She is a passionate youth advocate. Anavictoria was born into a family plagued by domestic violence and went through a custody dispute that lasted 8 years. At an early age she witnessed that justice does not have the upper hand in the legal system and class, gender, and race truly affect the dynamics and progression of a case. She focuses on becoming an attorney and advocating for marginalized communities and specifically youth who are in the juvenile and foster care systems. Anavictoria also informs us that in college she was screened and diagnosed with learning disabilities. She tells us her journey and how she got through it during law school. She explores her passion with art and we discuss how it has allowed her to heal and provide comfort during her most difficult times. Despite all the ...

73 MINMAY 11
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Ep. 34 - Getting through Law School as a First-Generation Latina (w/ Anavictoria Avila)

Latest Episodes

Ep. 44 - The East LA Girl (Interview w/ Carmen Baltazar)

In this episode, I interview Carmen Baltazar who is known as the East LA Girl. Growing up in East LA herself she understands the struggles some people may face in her community and she strives to provide resources to empower and motivate others to live the life of their dreams. We discuss how she gives back by hosting events and keeping an active social media connection with her audience. Carmen also finds a passion in health and wellness. She loves sharing her health journey whether that is mental health or physical she is not afraid to open up and get REAL with ya'll. Carmen opens up and shares more about some health difficulties she faced in the past and how she is working on overcoming them. This is a great episode to feel inspired before the new year. If you struggle staying focused and on track Carmen is only a message away. She is a coach and mentor to so many. She can guide you and share tons of tips and resources that will get you closer where you need to be. Carmen's Instagram: @theeastlagirl | @carmen.bfit Follow Me: Instagram | Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter Reyna's Marketing E-Course

42 MIN1 d ago
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Ep. 44 - The East LA Girl (Interview w/ Carmen Baltazar)

Ep. 43- Getting through Nursing School as a First-Generation Latina

In this episode we interview Martha Reyna who shares her journey to becoming a Pediatric Transplant Nurse for the children’s hospital. She unfolds her story on being a young mom of two children, working full-time, and attending nursing school. In the US, there are less than 5% Latino/a nurses and Martha is eager to change that. Attending nursing school was not easy, especially being one of the very few Latinas, which is why she decided to start a movement to inspire and motivate more Latinos to enter healthcare by launching Latina, RN. She wanted Latinas entering healthcare to know they were not alone despite all the barriers they are faced to finish the difficult nursing program. Martha shares tips on how she managed her time, study tips, how she overcame self-doubt, and where she wants to take Latina, RN. You can follow Martha’s journey on her personal Instagram and Latina, RN Instagram. Follow my Social Media Platforms @hola_reyna @reynaspodcast Facebook reynaspodcast@reynamarrufo.com Reyna’s Marketing eCourse: Ready to save time and grow your brand? This will be a step-by-step course that will walk you through on how to begin creating engaging content organically and build a strong foundation for your brand through social media. The course includes 16 videos and worksheet resources that you will be able to complete and look over at your own pace. If you are ready to level up your social media, grow your business, and save tons of time - Click here. Resources Mentioned: Compton Girls Club women empowerment workshops every Saturday. BeFocused App

37 MINOCT 30
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Ep. 43- Getting through Nursing School as a First-Generation Latina

Ep. 42 - How Food Impacts our Mental Health

Jessica Guzman drops some gems about natural ways to manage stress. She shares the impact and effect on our mental health and specifically how food is a huge factor. Do you feel anxious all the time? Do you get lots of headaches? There may be some certain food causing your body to react. Jessica felt triggered during her second pregnancy and began to have panic attacks. She shares how all this anxiety may have been from past trauma during her teen pregnancy and she found that food and exercise allowed her to heal. She created a healthy lifestyle by first changing small habits in her daily routine. She now is a health and wellness coach specializing in emotional eating, mental health and a wellness lifestyle. You can find her website at www.ocnutritionist.com and her Instagram page @jessgguzman where she shares actionable tips that you can start implementing today. Reyna’s Marketing eCourse: Ready to save time and grow your brand? This will be a step-by-step course that will walk yo...

75 MINOCT 16
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Ep. 42 - How Food Impacts our Mental Health

Ep. 41 - First-Generation Latina Journalist for Univision (Interview w/ Yarel Ramos)

They say it takes a village. For Yarel Ramos, a correspondent with Univision, it’s always been about COMMUNITY. Community is what has helped Yarel take flight throughout her professional pursuits, and community has equally grounded her back to her roots at home. A native of Southern California’s San Fernando Valley, Yarel was born into a traditional family of Mexican immigrants: a close-knit community where education and growth were encouraged, but leaving the nest was extremely taboo. So when Yarel (the oldest of three children) opted to attend the University of Miami for undergraduate school, her parents had their fair share of reservations. Tune in for a fresh perspective on this Latina’s endeavors, as well as some dialogue about how social platforms and today’s world have transformed Yarel’s profession and life. This is an encouraging, light-hearted convo on one Latina’s path; each of us has opportunities, people, and networks that help make up part of our own story. What’s your community? Email me: reynaspodcast@gmail.com | Instagram @hola_reyna | Facebook | Follow Yarel Ramos | Instagram: @yarel_ramos Heels Dance Class Friday, August 23 | 7:00pm | Los Angeles Purchase Ticket Now Please leave a podcast review! Thank you. xoxo

56 MINAUG 21
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Ep. 41 - First-Generation Latina Journalist for Univision (Interview w/ Yarel Ramos)

Ep. 40 - Advice from my Millionaire Mentor (Interview w/ Tim Rhode)

In my next podcast episode the millionaire Tim Rhode shares how his journey of starting off as a grocery clerk up until the age of 25 and then soon found that he wanted to experience and offer more in life which took him to this incredible journey of selling homes as a realtor. Tim Rhode is also the Founder of the non-profit organization 1Life Fully Lived where they host conferences to help people find their true potential and create the amazing life they want. The conference literally changed my life and it opened my eyes to the possibilities of where I can go in my future. In this episode, Tim shares the valuable lessons of where and how to invest your money wisely, what habits to implement starting today, what investors are looking for in a business idea, and much more! Register for the 1Life Fully Lived Event with Discount! Click Here Follow 1Life Fully Lived Facebook Page Reyna’s Instagram | Facebook | Email: reynaspodcast@reynamarrufo.com

62 MINJUL 24
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Ep. 40 - Advice from my Millionaire Mentor (Interview w/ Tim Rhode)

Ep. 39 - Legally Protect your Business (Interview w/ Taylor Tieman)

Do you have any questions on how to legally protect your business before it’s too late? I interview the wise and beautiful Taylor who is an attorney that advocates for start-up businesses. You can listen to my podcast, #reynaspodcast and learn the absolute first steps you need to cover to protect your business. We discuss the details about trademarking, creating contracts, and copyright. Attorneys’ time can be pretty pricey, but I am grateful that Taylor was willing to offer free advice and is even gifting us a giveaway of a 1 hour Brand Exam specifically for YOU! Ya’ll this Brand Exam is normally worth $350 and would be silly of you not to enter it. Taylor will review all of the major areas of your business/brand that need to be legally protected. The call will include recommendations and legal advice including, but not limited to your business name, business entity, trademark, & copyright protection, contracts, podcasts, & your website. Here are the rules: -Follow me and Taylor @hola_reyna and @taylormtieman_esq -Tag 3 people who would be interested in a Free Brand Exam -Each group of 3 people you tag equals to 1 entry (no limit) tag as many groups of 3 people as possible to increase your chances of winning -Winner will be randomly selected this Friday, July 19 Ready, Set, GO!

50 MINJUL 16
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Ep. 39 - Legally Protect your Business (Interview w/ Taylor Tieman)

Ep. 38 - How I Got Started with Social Media

Do you want to know how I find my internship opportunities? How I network with people who can help me moving forward with my career? How I even got started with social media and building my personal brand? This is a great episode to get a little bit of background about me and my journey. Would love to have you share your thoughts and leave a review at the end on the podcast. Connect with Reyna Email: reynaspodcast@reynamarrufo.com | Instagram: @hola_reyna and @reynaspodcast | Facebook Free Webinar: Wednesday, July 3 from 7:00pm-8:00pm Register for Free Webinar HERE: 10x Your Instagram Engagement to the Right Audience

33 MINJUL 2
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Ep. 38 - How I Got Started with Social Media

Ep. 37 Millenial Financial Freedom

Corzo, 28, has been featured in Forbes magazine and has even dabbled in motivating others as a TED Talk speaker and career mentor. But the native Peruvian’s journey has not been easy; in fact, as a migrant to the United States, the door for many opportunities were shut on Corzo early on as he prepared himself for adulthood. Take note: this is all before the inauguration of DACA in 2012, when Corzo’s attempts at garnering a driver’s license, getting financial aid for college, and even acquiring a work permit left him at a loss. Without an established legal residency, he was repeatedly turned away and had to get creative with making his place in this country. “If the door for opportunities close, I go through a window,” Corzo stated. This dreamer went on to make his visions a reality, including paying his own way through college – and graduating with TWO bachelor’s degrees – to try his hand in real estate methods that led him to a fruitful career coupled with financial freedom. Although the Dream Act eventually gave him some freedom to garner those achievements, Corzo also had to play major catch-up to match others who’d continued ahead without limitations. Ever felt too overwhelmed to stay on that work flow or go after those goals? You don’t want to miss this episode! Reyna connects with Corzo for a humble and transparent conversation about the journey that helped him circumvent even the slightest obstacles to achieve the life he lives today. Learn from his experiences, gain tips about succeeding in real estate, take notes on the pivotal role of mentorship and accountability, and even delve in to the time Corzo visited with Congress to speak about America’s Dreamers. Diego Corzo: Email Diego at info@diegocorzo.com | Watch Diego Corzo’s TedTalk | Learn more about House Hacking | Facebook | Instagram Reyna Marrufo | reynaspodcast@reynamarrufo.com | Instagram | Facebook Free 10 Marketing Tips eBook

54 MINJUN 17
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Ep. 37 Millenial Financial Freedom

Ep. 36 - Forget Your Troubles and Dance (w/ Erica Nicole)

“Being a professional dancer was always a pipe dream,” states Ms. Erica Nicole who shares her journey in becoming a professional dancer, choreographer, and business owner. She opens up about how she opened her new studio to provide a safe place for people to improve their dancing and offer Latin dance classes such as Salsa and Bachata. Her new studio, the Dance Room, will incorporate unique programs such as “All Eyez on She,” where she will help women feel comfortable and confident with their own bodies through dance. Listen to the upcoming episode and learn more details about opening up your own studio, dancing internationally, and some of her top health tips to stay in shape. Free Webinar: 10x Your Instagram Engagement Date: Wednesday, June 5th Time: 7:30pm-8:30pm Register HERE Book: 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think Follow Erica Nicole @misserica_nicole @all_eyezonshe @thedanceroom_oc | Facebook Follow Reyna Marrufo @hola_reyna | Facebook Page | email: reynaspodcast@reynamarrufo.com

62 MINMAY 29
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Ep. 36 - Forget Your Troubles and Dance (w/ Erica Nicole)

Ep. 34 - Getting through Law School as a First-Generation Latina (w/ Anavictoria Avila)

This episode is a raw, intense, and beautiful story of Anavictoria Avila. She speaks her truth and shares with us why she studied to become an attorney and improve the juvenile justice system. She is a passionate youth advocate. Anavictoria was born into a family plagued by domestic violence and went through a custody dispute that lasted 8 years. At an early age she witnessed that justice does not have the upper hand in the legal system and class, gender, and race truly affect the dynamics and progression of a case. She focuses on becoming an attorney and advocating for marginalized communities and specifically youth who are in the juvenile and foster care systems. Anavictoria also informs us that in college she was screened and diagnosed with learning disabilities. She tells us her journey and how she got through it during law school. She explores her passion with art and we discuss how it has allowed her to heal and provide comfort during her most difficult times. Despite all the ...

73 MINMAY 11
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Ep. 34 - Getting through Law School as a First-Generation Latina (w/ Anavictoria Avila)
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