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Zaakirah Muhammad is a Brand Cultivating Strategist and photographer. At 6 months old, a camera saved her life. At 9 months old, she was officially dubbed a cancer survivor She has been to 10 countries. Now it’s her turn to share her story. This podcast will also feature interviews with women as they share stories of resiliency, professionalism, entrepreneurship, business, travel, life, and love! She will teach and inspire you on how you can step outside of your comfort zone. Visit zaakirahnayyar.com

Zaakirah Muhammad is a Brand Cultivating Strategist and photographer. At 6 months old, a camera saved her life. At 9 months old, she was officially dubbed a cancer survivor She has been to 10 countries. Now it’s her turn to share her story. This podcast will also feature interviews with women as they share stories of resiliency, professionalism, entrepreneurship, business, travel, life, and love! She will teach and inspire you on how you can step outside of your comfort zone. Visit zaakirahnayyar.com
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Zaakirah Muhammad is a Brand Cultivating Strategist and photographer. At 6 months old, a camera saved her life. At 9 months old, she was officially dubbed a cancer survivor She has been to 10 countries. Now it’s her turn to share her story. This podcast will also feature interviews with women as they share stories of resiliency, professionalism, entrepreneurship, business, travel, life, and love! She will teach and inspire you on how you can step outside of your comfort zone. Visit zaakirahnayyar.com

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Episodes

Episode 21 Pivoting as MultiPassionate Entrepreneur

9/11/2019
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In this episode, I share my story of becoming an entrepreneur and how I first got the entrepreneurial spirit from my parents The importance of having systems in place The importance of doing what works for you whether that includes a 9-5 or notHow it helps me with my invisible disabilitiesHow it helped me to discover my purposeHow important it was to pivot from photography to social media, to blogging, to podcastingHow I can help you do the same Mentioned: Episode 06 Entrepreneurship with...

Duration:00:12:28

Episode 20 Emotional Eating with Aizya Ali Mohammed

9/4/2019
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Emotional Eating - Food and Friendship with Aizya Ali Mohammed Aizya is a Health and Wellness Consultant and also my best friend. She has a desire to educate children about how eating healthy is not only important but can be fun! She graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor’s in Food Nutrition and Wellness. She currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband who is a physical therapist. On today’s episode, we talk about: How We MetHow Long We’ve Know Each OtherHow...

Duration:00:26:15

Episode 19 Travel Bug Itch - Immersive and Self Care Trips

8/28/2019
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Welcome back to Season Two of Living Legacy Podcast. This will be a great season. This episode I share my domestic travels to 13 states and international travels in chronological order to Costa Rica, England, France, Italy, Ghana, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Gambia, Senegal, and South Africa. To learn more and to read show notes and transcripts visit zaakirahnayyar.com To Subscribe to Future Episodes: Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2TdAZ87 Google Play: http://bit.ly/2NzzSup Stitcher:...

Duration:00:19:04

Ep 18 How I Met My Husband

6/28/2019
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In this season-ending episode, I share five things I have learned about marriage. I also share how we met, our engagement story, and our wedding details. My 5-year anniversary is July 16, 2019. Over the course of the years, there have been a lot of ups, downs, lessons, and changes. One of the biggest things I learned is not to lose yourself. Our most difficult year, was because I wasn’t prioritizing myself. How can I adequately prioritize the marriage if I am prioritizing my husband? I was...

Duration:00:33:38

Episode 17 Love Life and Therapy with Jummy Olawale

6/21/2019
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Jummy is a Nigerian American Descent and a London transplant and she is a huge music lover like me. We met in the She Podcasts Facebook Group. Jummy Olawale is a licensed professional clinical counselor, motivational speaker, life coach, and podcaster. She has own private practice called Focus Counseling in Grandview Heights, Ohio where she works with clients struggling with relationship, marital, and mental health issues and helps them to find meaning, minimize their symptoms and improve...

Duration:00:28:10

Episode 16 Creative Visual Art Mediums with Candace Howze

6/14/2019
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Candace Howze is an artist just like me. If you listen to my previous episode you’ll hear me share my story on how I got started in photography. The only difference is that she is an all-around creative. For her, It all started with a Lisa Frank notebook. She purchased her first journal, embarking on a creative journey that’s currently over 15 years in the making. As An Ohio native, she currently resides in North Carolina with plans to see and take the world by storm. Always obsessed with...

Duration:00:24:19

Ep 15 How I Got Started in Photography

6/7/2019
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A friend once said are you ever not working? When you love what you do you never consider it work In the very first episode, I share the story of How a Camera Saved My Life This is a follow up where I share the entire story of how I got started and where I am now. My first camera was a Kodak Polaroid Camera Then the convenient store digital film cameras In Middle School, I was gifted with a digital camera which I took with me on my first out of the country trip...

Duration:00:19:56

Episode 14 How to Manage Autoimmune Wellness with Dr. April Moreno

5/31/2019
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Dr. April Moreno was Born and raised in Southern California. She is an Autoimmune wellness coach, speaker and community builder as well as a University researcher in autoimmune quality of life for MS patients. She grew up with Asian and Latino American parents. Multicultural living and perspectives are everything to her. After college, she lived and worked abroad in Ireland, England, Germany, and Japan. She was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition in the final year of writing her...

Duration:00:30:44

Episode 13 Small Business Profit and Taxes with CPA Shannon Spencer Shareef

5/24/2019
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Shannon Spencer Shareef is a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) who helps small businesses and individuals to minimize liability and maximize profitability. She is a mom to two beautiful and intelligent girls. She has been married since 2006 says and her husband is her biggest fan. She considers herself a philanthropist and together they created the E.D.G.E. (excellence, diversity, growth, and education) Foundation to allow for schools to have the opportunity to have STEM (Science,...

Duration:00:27:00

Episode 12 Mastering Music Business with Leah Masterson

5/17/2019
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Leah Masterson started her career at the age of 20, moving to New York to work at Warner Music Group, MTV Networks and the Entertainment Law Offices of Greenberg Traurig. Leah also moved to Los Angeles to work at Universal Music Group as a paralegal, where she worked closely to the VP of Business & Legal Affairs. By the age of 25, Leah started her first Entertainment Consulting & New Business Development firm in Atlanta, GA, Master Music Enterprise, LLC. Leah has a J.D. Degree at Charleston...

Duration:00:31:15

Episode 11 How to Write a Novel with South African Author Neymat Raboobee of Imperfect Muslimah

5/10/2019
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Neymat Raboobee is a copy editor, blogger, podcaster, social media manager, and author. She talks about Life as a South African Muslim Woman wearing a Nikat. We Met in the Muslimah Bloggers Facebook Group and again on Twitter. We also have a mini chat about the holy month of Ramadan. She shared about her experience traveling to various South African Cities like Port Elizabeth, Cape Town, Johannesburg and where she currently resides, in Durban. She talks about the easiest...

Duration:00:21:24

Episode 10 Budget Travel and Podcasting with Danielle Desir of Thought Card

5/3/2019
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Danielle Desir is a travel finance strategist, writer, speaker, podcaster and founder of ThoughtCard.com and The Thought Card Podcast. The Thought Card is an award-winning travel finance blog and podcast about planning, saving and for affordable travel. Danielle paid off $63,000 of student loan debt in 4 years and purchased her first home at the age of 27. We met in Women of Color Podcasters, the group in which she co-founded. She has also traveled to 25 countries and does not let her...

Duration:00:24:48

Ep 09 Life of Service - Nonprofits - Kiwanis and Key Club

4/26/2019
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Growing up an only child, my mom taught me the importance of being charitable and how to share. The older I got, the easier it became to give. I share my experience with Key Club, Kiwanis, Help-Portrait, and Operation Crossroads Africa. Subscribe, Download, Follow and Leave a Review: iTunes: apple.co/2NYapeh Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2TdAZ87 Libsyn: http://livinglegacypodcast.libsyn.com/ Google Play: http://bit.ly/2NzzSup Stitcher:...

Duration:00:14:52

Ep 08 My Morning Routine

4/19/2019
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Download this episode In this episode, I share my top ten ways I always begin my day As a cancer survivor, I’m grateful to be alive I share my morning regimen which includes Apps mentioned: ColorNote for Android How are you liking Living Legacy so far? What has been your favorite episode?Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher Leave a message: (615) 475-5705 You just may be featured on the next episode SUBSCRIBE AND DOWNLOAD iTunes:...

Duration:00:15:10

Episode 07 Emotional Healing with Dr. Adrianne Pinkney

4/12/2019
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Download this episode Dr. Adrianne Rochelle Pinkney is the founder of B. Well: Live Consciously, integrative wellness and life coaching. We met through Operation Crossroads Africa. In this episode, she talks about You can find her at bwellcoach.com And on social media: Facebook Twitter Instagram Quotes to Take Away: You can also Watch Our Video Chat on Youtube: https://youtu.be/zVonrcT1OEI To Choose Your Audio Listening Platform of...

Duration:00:22:41

Episode 06 Entrepreneurship with Taiisha Bradley

4/5/2019
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Today’s guest is my Richfriend aka Real Friend Taiisha Bradley, M.A. is the Founder of Rutherford County Black Business Network and Brunch Money. She is the Hot Chicken and Art Show Event Curator, and creator of highly sharable social moments. She is a Publicist for small business owners and nonprofit organizations. She is a wife, mother, and a South Carolina Native living in Murfreesboro. In this episode, we talk about entrepreneurship. Visit taiishabradley.com for more information. For...

Duration:00:37:06

Episode 05 Islam Way of Life Becoming Muslim

3/29/2019
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This will be the longest, most real and most raw episode I have recorded yet. I don’t think I’ve talked about this outside of a journal or one on one conversation if someone asks about my hijab or headscarf or whenever I was fasting growing up in middle school My first male guest In this podcast is my father. He shares his story of wanting to be a minister One summer after going to Columbus Ohio and how Islam came into his life at a young age. Quotes to Take...

Duration:00:54:24

Ep 04 Rideshare Driver Uber Lyft Postmates Grubhub

3/22/2019
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Download this episode Imagine what life is like when you are always in a vehicle and always on the road. Imagine what it would be like if you were never the one to have to drive. Which one Would you love? Which One Would you hate Or Hate It? Today’s Episode is all about Ridesharing - How I became a Lyft, Uber and Food Delivery Driver. I also share my history with driving since it began a little before that - at age 15 to be exact Listen...

Duration:00:34:07

Episode 03 Operation Crossroads Africa

3/15/2019
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This episode, I interview Jacqueline Hardaway Kakembo who went to Sierra Leone in 1965. She recruited me to Ghana in 2011. Operation Crossroads Africa is a U.S.-based, non-profit organization that has cross-cultural exchanges and small-scale service projects in Africa. It is the Peace Corps before the Peace Corps. For 7 weeks each summer, teams of 8 to 10 volunteers, a group leader and local volunteers join to work together. Learn more: operationcrossroadsafrica.org. For show notes:...

Duration:00:32:43

Ep 02 Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome

3/8/2019
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Imagine what life would be like if you were at the doctor’s office at age 16 and were told you could not conceive. In this podcast, I share the diagnosis, symptoms, and aftermath of PCOS aka Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome and Endometriosis. In honor of Endometriosis Awareness Month, I share the stats. I am not a doctor. I am simply sharing my personal opinion, knowledge, and experience. For more information on PCOS visit pcosdiva.com Converse on social media using #livinglegacypodcast To...

Duration:00:14:40