Davide Di Giorgio is an international best-selling author, keynote speaker, TEDx speaker coach, and leadership coach. As one of the world’s leading speaking experts, he’s worked with thousands of on-purpose speakers, performers, executives, and leaders across multiple industries for more than twenty-five years.
He’s also an award-winning theater producer, acclaimed educator, and entrepreneur. He’s been featured around the world in major media for his work as Founder of the unWorld Leaders Network and Creator of the Mastermind and Speaker Experience at Sea.
Originally from Toronto, Davide now lives in his dream city, San Diego, with his dream husband Heath and their dog, Galileo.
Davide shares 5 top tips to nail your next speaking engagement.
DavideSpeaks.com (hub for everything)
BeingUNapologetic.com (the book)
Singing Mastery Masterclass update : www.tinabangel.com/masterclass
Keri Roberts is the creator of eMotion which started as a dance studio that specialized in creating confidence through teamwork with dancers of all ages and backgrounds which has now transitioned into workshops that bring dance and human connection together.
She is also the creator of the Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things podcast where she highlights every day people doing and being great while also providing the science behind personal growth.
In this podcast episode learn how Keri Motivates herself and others with her simple but effective 5 tips.
In everything she does, her mission is to teach the people how to treat themselves and others better to create a kinder, more caring world.
You can learn more about Keri here:
FB Podcast: https://www.facebook.com/OrdinaryPeopleBeingExtraordinary/
iTunes: Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things
Spotify link to Dorothy Ruby Shoes
15min free Laser call for Visionary Singers and Entrepreneurs: www.tinabangel.com/lasercall
Susana Downes has been an avid performer since she was little, trained in ballet, jazz, tap, singing and piano.
She then went on to study music and musical theatre at the McDonald College of Performing Arts, obtaining her HSC. She then went on to study her Bachelor of Music (Music Theatre) at the Australian Institute of Music (AIM).
During her time at the McDonald College, Susana performed the role of Lucy in the New South Wales premiere of 13, and sang ‘Bless the Lord’ in Godspell.
While at AIM, Susana was fortunate to be a part of the ensemble in Rent (Tyran Parke) and to play Peg Hartigan in Summer Rain. At the same time she also performed in various local productions including Hairspray, The Wizard of Oz (both with Packmen Productions) Gigi in Miss Saigon and Carmen in Fame.
After completing her degree, Susana starred in her dream role playing Wendla Bergman in Spring Awakening with independent theatre company, Stagetek Productions, in 2014. She has also been an avid member of Exclaim Theatre company, being in their three latest productions; Dionne in Hair, Mortimer in The Fantasticks and Carla in In The Heights.
Susana was also privileged to take place in the 2015 Sydney New Voices Masterclass and Performance with Matthew Lee Robinson.
Susana was also the Miss Charity Queen for the Miss Philippines-Australia pageant in 2015, travelling to the Philippines representing Australia and visiting various areas of the Philippines and helping raise money for various charities.
Susana performed her first solo cabaret in 2015, titled My Musical Wishlist, where all proceeds of the cabaret went to charities as part of her journey as Miss Charity Queen.
In this episode Susana chats about her upcoming One woman show, her inspiration and her vision.
I have loved watching her grow as a performer we dive into her musical upbringing and the huge difference working with an agent and management has been in her business.
She share with us her love of Pageants, being mentored, holding 7 jobs and her hopes for the future.
You can follow Susana here:
This episode was sponsored by: SG Homeloans
Tina Bangel’s 6 week Breakthrough sessions for visionary Singers and entrepreneurs: Life changing program to release Negative emotions and limiting beliefs that are holding you back from your true potential.
Mark D. Flores is a video strategist/producer who founded Falcon Creative to help brands and businesses make a bigger impact with high-quality video productions and digital marketing.
In this podcast interview, Mark shares with you some solid video marketing strategies to assist you in 3 key areas:
1. How to grab your audience’s attention
2. How to keep your audience’s attention
3. How to trigger action from your viewer
Mark also provides some valuable entrepreneurial insights in helping you achieve results such as turning your passion into a business with the aid of video and digital marketing.
You can download his free 24-pg workbook “A Business Owner’s Workbook To Great Brand Storytelling On Video”. It shows you how to cultivate a strategic storytelling practice since it’s one of the most powerful ways that every growing business and lasting brand needs.
Download it for free at: http://bit.ly/2pWPTSN
Mark is a creative through and through and is also passionate about playing the guitar, singing and practising mindfulness. He is obsessed with nature walks and gets a thrill using Google Home.
Check out his company website on http://falconcreative.com.au and connect with him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/markdfloresproductions
Spotify link to song “All That Jazz”
My company link, Falcon Creative
Link to Mark D. Flores business page
Tina Bangel free 15min NLP Laser call www.tinabangel.com/lasercall
Don’t be fooled, this aint no PopAsia. No gangnam style or cheesy love ballads from this man! Van is an Australian indie artist migrated from the Philippines and based in Sydney from the tender age of 5. Growing up in the inner west has produced a competent guitarist and an innovative songwriter with an engaging voice.
Starting out as session guitarist for Sydneys top cover bands and various recording studios around town, he graduated with his own originals outfit and songwriting vehicle VAMPit. For years he worked on his craft until he felt comfortable breaking out on his own solo career in early 2005. Eleven years later, Van is promoting his 8th independently released album “Don’t Worry”, and continues to play anything from pubs, clubs, weddings, corporates, tours and festivals.
His music is best described as indie urban acoustic with a pop sensibility, a kind of storytelling with a groove. Not afraid to wear his heart on his sleeve, Van offers you a brand of music that is quirky, cheeky and yet foot stomping and booty shaking at the same time. Think John Mayer meets Babyface.
What we spoke about:
What are 5 tips to being a better songwriter?
What are some perceived failures but looking back that was the best thing that ever happened to you?
If someone has been gigging for years what are ways to keep things interesting and how have your evolved?
Give us examples of ways you have evolved as songwriter and performer?
I know that you are creative and firstly you are an artist, one of the struggles we have as singers and artists is wearing different hats (admin etc) how are you finding the balance with social media and creativity?
Who are your mentors?
What does 10 years look like for you?
The name of this podcast is One Voice can change the world what does this mean to you?
What is one song that changed your life?
How can people connect with you? Where can we get your latest album?
Follow Van at www.vansereno.com
Follow Van on IG https://www.instagram.com/vansereno/
Follow Van on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Van-Sereno-9071082571/
Free PDF download – 5 essentials ways to start creating your first album http://tinabangel.com/starmakeraccelerator
Listen to Keep on keeping on the One Voice can change the world podcast spotify playlist
Loved my time with the one and only Jasmine Biala!
Jasmine finds no greater joy than singing. From the tender age of 7, Jasmine has been heavily involved with the Filipino-Australian community, singing for various charity events and opening for international music acts.
Since completing her Bachelor of Music, Jasmine has been involved in numerous musical contexts – from performing to big audiences, to recording original music. She prides herself on her versatility, growing up with a love for all types of music. Her greatest achievement in her career so far is performing to a sold out crowd with her original group, Enter The Ninja.
One of Jasmine’s defining characteristics is her pursuit to make everyone smile through her music.
In this episode Jasmine shares her personal story about her vocal health. How she overcame her vocal struggles and continues to wow audiences not only in Sydney but Internationally whilst sailing on the seas!
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It was wonderful to learn about Cat Thompson’s story and what she has been up to.
Always busy creating and working toward her vision as an artist, Cat realised at the early start of her career, that having a team she could trust and gain inspiration from was equally important as having good work ethics and persistence in the music business.
Cat shares her story about growing up overseas, her early introduction to music, how she developed as a singer and dancer and also how she creates her music videos.
Her positive nature is inspiring and she is currently heavily promoting her new single Be Mine.
PURCHASE BE MINE
Manager: Nick Adelino
Email: nick [at] arizpoint [dot] com
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Very honoured to have my former student and One Voice Alumni as part of the podcast!
Clarissa has just released her new single Vulnerable which is now available online!
I watched Clarissa’s grow, develop her own style, she paved her own way. We chat about her process on creating her signature sound, how she landed gigs at some of Sydney’s finest music festivals.
We dive into her inspiration for her single Vulnerable. Can’t wait to see what’s next for Clarissa!
“I’m a big fan of debut singles. I think they make such a statement when done correctly, and when someone pulls it off effectively, its impact is unrivalled in announcing exactly who the artist is and what they’re about. This is exactly what we have here with CLARISSA MEI, who has arrived in spectacular fashion with her debut single, ‘Vulnerable’.” Emma Jones of www.purplesneakers.com.au
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Listen Vulnerable Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/0YvrCLq7c4ICmfJEia7Xxo
Final song: Journey Gently by Tina Bangel
This Episode was brought to you by The Diaz Foundation and 5 Vocal Tea.
Amy Orman is a New York based singer, dancer and actress. She has recently finished 2 seasons as a Radio City performer.
I was honoured to have her as my singing student when she was younger, she then graduated from McDonald College and moved to Chicago to gain a degree in Music Theatre.
With a wealth of experience singing on Cruise Ships, Musicals in the USA, as well as mentoring young singers in Chicago, Amy shares valuable tips on how to nail your next audition.
She shares how she has made a living from being a performer, her struggles, her triumphs and how her and her husband (who is also a New York musician) create opportunities for themselves during the off seasons.
You can follow Amy at the following links:
Listen on Apple Podcast
Listen on YouTube
This Episode 019 is brought to you by
5 Vocal Tea and The Diaz Foundation.
Blessie Pilapil is the founder of Calitive and also a singer-songwriter. We chat about her songwriting process and why it took her two years to release her single Start Over. We speak about the importance of family, networking, her strong faith and surrounding herself with positive people.
In this episode we mentioned
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you can listen on apple music or spotify…
Photographer: Charles K Sedghi
Producer: Jhay Cabrera
Songwriter: Blessie Pilapil
If you would like to be a guest on the podcast please email me at tina [at] tinabangel [dot] com or visit tinabangel.com