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092 - The Terrible Twos!

Hello listeners! After a 3 week restoring break Cafe con Pam is back and llego para quedarse! During this episode, we bring back The Humbled Therapist Priscila and we talk about being in this growth stage of the podcast. We keep it pretty casual and simply have a conversation about what has happened in the last two years. Stay tuned for amazing guests coming up in the next weeks and fun things ahead! Follow Cafe con Pam on all things social:


091 - It All Starts With Self-Love with Maydelli Mendoza

Listeners, we're back this week with Maydelli Mendoza. Maydelli is the founder of Healing with Self Love and Raw Love by May. She is passionate about healing at all levels, this comes from her own personal struggle with depression after finding out she was undocumented. Her journey to healing came from a variety of places. As she healed at a spiritual, mental, emotional and physical level, she became a Reiki Master and a Soul Synchronicity meditation expert from the Oneness University in...


090 - Living a Diferente Life with Maribel Quezada-Smith

Listeners, we're back this week with another episode and this time we have a conversation with Maribel Quezada-Smith. Maribel Maribel is a creative entrepreneur who has spent too much time hopping between cultures, never truly feeling like she fit in anywhere. Until she gave up her ideas of who she thought people wanted her to be and embraced her authentic self. Her passion is to inspire people through meaningful content and stories. And she’s doing it in her work, and through her podcast,...


089 - Rapidín, She is me and I am her

Hello listeners, we're back with another rapidín episode and this time I've been dragging sharing it because talking about my spirituality is hard for me. Also, because this podcast is not about that, however, I've been called to share this story and I hope you find it useful. During this rapidín, we learn about the ancient Hawaiian practice of clearing Hoʻoponopono: I'm sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you. I chat about the beautiful voice of Carrie Grossman and I play a bit of...


088 - Providence St. Joseph Health

Hello listeners, we're back this week with an episode brought to you by Providence St. Joseph Health. Providence St. Joseph Health is one of the largest not-for-profit health systems in America, comprising a diverse family of organizations driven by a belief that health is a human right and everyone should have access to live the best life possible, regardless of how much money they have. Every day they serve patients with compassion and excellence. They share a singular commitment to...


087 - Allowing Your Creative Expression to Flow with Tatiana Velazquez

Hello listeners, this week we're back with Tatiana Velazquez. Tatiana is a former Pow! Wow! Long beach participant whose work can be found on the west-facing wall of the market at the northeast corner of Broadway and Cherry. Her work, bordering the lines between graphics and cubism, plays with female identity, beauty, and the interconnection of all humans. She's a mixed media artist and creates art ranging from collage, watercolor, photography, ink, cyanotype, pastel, film, acting,...


086 - Using your Divine Talents with Shaun Cassidy

Hello listeners, we're back this week with another episode and this time we chat wit Shaun Cassidy. Shaun is the chief developer of Cassidy Creative Solutions. A speaking, training, and consulting firm that helps professionals, nonprofit organizations and corporations leverage social media, internet sales and marketing strategies through storytelling across platforms. Shaun specializes in SOCIAL MEDIA ENGAGEMENT and INTERNET SALES AND MARKETING STRATEGIES. He holds professional and social...


085 - The Value of Storytelling with Giovanna Sarquis

Listeners we're here this week with some tea and Giovanna Sarquis! Writer / Director, Giovanna Sarquis was born and raised in Mexico City. Her cultural background has played a major role in the way she approaches storytelling and filmmaking. Ever since she was a little girl she remembers writing stories and poems; however, while growing up filmmaking was not an encouraged career. Filmmaking gave her happiness though and she believed that she had no other option but to follow her passion and...


084 - Taking Action with Xochitl Oseguera

Hello listeners! This week we're back talking to Xochitl Oseguera. Xochitl is the Senior Campaign Director of Mamás con Poder, the Spanish sector of Xochitl was born and raised in Mexico, and moved to the U.S. to earn a Master's degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Xochitl has more than 18 years experience working with the U.S. Hispanic/Latinx population in the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. In addition to her commitment to justice in the world, she is...


083 - Rapidín, How to Prioritize Your Tasks

Hello listeners! We're back this week with a Rapidín Episode. During this solo episode, I talk about my top 3 methods I use to prioritize. This episode was inspired by the questions I received from the Webinar I recently did for #WeAllGrow. Lots of the questions that I was asked had to do with prioritizing, so I created this episode to elaborate on what we talked about and inspire you to get things done this week. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, review and share this episode widely with...


082 - On Creating Your Own Story with Rudy Guisbert

Hello listeners! This week we're back and we have a conversation with Rudy Guisbert. After 14 years of being a Systems Administrator, Rudy decided that he needed a break from the routine and quit his job to travel to Latin America. This journey allowed him to meet beautiful people, explore amazing sites and venture into the most extraordinary coffee farms. Rudy found something in common that unites most Latino countries, this is called coffee. Rudy developed a strong bond with a number of...


081 - The Power of Serving with Dr. Angelica Perez-Litwin

Listeners, we're back this week with a great guest, Dr. Angelica Perez-Litwin. Dr. Angelica Perez-Litwin, PhD, is an accomplished Dominican-American psychologist, entrepreneur, educator, and an advocate for the career advancement of women. She has created the largest online network of Hispanic professionals and entrepreneurs in the nation with over 18,000 members worldwide. As the Founder and CEO of Latinas Think Big, Dr. Perez-Litwin has pioneered partnerships with today’s leading...


080 - Changing Your Lifestyle and Creating a Business Around It with Jocelyn Ramirez

Hello listeners, we're back this week with Jocelyn Ramirez! Todo Verde founder, Jocelyn Ramirez, is a vegan chef, college professor, yoga instructor, and advocate for healthy food access in her community. Jocelyn founded Todo Verde in 2015 with a mission to create delicious and healthy plant based food inspired by her Mexican and South American roots. She left her career in higher education to pursue a new path in foodways related to culture and tradition. She has referenced traditional...


079 - Rapidín, Life Update

Hello listeners, we're back this week with a rapidin episode. You're getting a life update, a quick recap about the Let There Be Luz Red Tent I attended and facilitated the dance by the fire practice. I give you an update on my new product: and I explain every part of the pocket so you understand the intention behind it, and there's a little sorprecita at the end of the episode so make sure you stay until the end. Thank you for being here and we'll see you next week. Stay...


078 - Intuition, Dreams and Sex Therapy with Dr. Janet Brito

Hello listeners, this week we're back with a new episode and we talk about sex with Dr. Janet Brito! Janet Brito is an AASECT certified sex therapist who also has a license in clinical psychology and social work. She completed her postdoctoral fellowship from the University of Minnesota Medical School, one of only a few university programs in the world dedicated to sexuality training. Currently, she’s based in Hawaii and is the founder of the Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health. Brito...


077 - Coping with Suicide with The Humbled Therapist

Listeners, we're back this week with The Humbled Therapist. ***Trigger Alert*** This week we talk about suicide/self-harm so if you feel like this content is not going to help you right now, please disconnect right now or at any time during this episode. Your mental health matters. You matter. If you feel like you need professional help, you can call 1-800-273-8255 or text TALK to 741741 Priscila and I talk about the alarming statistics about suicide in the US. She also shares a really...


076 - It's Never too Late to Knock on a New Door with Chef Emmanuel Piqueras

Hello listeners! This week we have a conversation with Chef Emmanuel Piqueras. SPANISH EPISODE AHEAD! Time to practice your skills and enjoy my Mexican and his Peruvian accents. As the Culinary Ambassador to the U.S. and Canada through Peru’s official tourism authority, Chef Emmanuel Piqueras has generated a new appreciation for Peruvian cuisine in North America. Highly regarded for Sabor y Fusion, his popular food show on Latin America’s largest international cable network, Piqueras began...


075 - When You're Addicted to Healing with Jennifer Ibarra

Listeners, we're back this week with Jennifer Ibarra. Jennifer, is a Soul Coach, Author, and Poet who stands for Love and Liberation. She is the Founder and CEO of MindfulMamis, a purpose-driven company focused on empowering women of color and their families through the art of healing, self-love, and unity. Jennifer Ibarra is also a Tantra Coach, Quantum-Touch Level 1 and Spirit Junkie Level 1 healer and coach. Jennifer’s professional background comes from Spanish broadcasting where she...


074 - Coping Strategies for Change with The Humbled Therapist

Hello listeners! We are back this week with the Humbled Therapist - Priscila Padilla. She's back this week and we have an overdue conversation after she moved, got pregnant and became a new mom. After a brief catch up, Priscila tells us her birth story, how she figured she had postpartum depression and how she dealt with it. We talk about coping strategies to help you deal with change. Follow The Humbled Therapist: Also, to submit an anonymous...


073 - You Racist, Sexist, Bigot with Pita Juarez

Listeners! We're back this week with another awesome interview. This time, we talked to Pita Juarez. Pita, is an award-winning multimedia journalist based in the border state of Arizona. Pita, a Guatemalan-American, is inspired by social issues affecting underserved and Latino communities. In her current role as Director of Communications at One Arizona, Pita supports the issues that matter to the immigrant community by highlighting Arizona’s stories of resilience in international, national...