October 12th, 2020

Adi Redzic is an award-winning life and executive coach, leadership trainer, entrepreneur, author of two books, and motivational speaker. In 2020, he was recognized as one of Chicago’s Top 20 Executive Coaches—and the youngest on the list! 

From a war-torn childhood in the Balkans to the meetings in the halls of power at The White House, Adi has used powerful, impactful, time-tested techniques to change his own life and assist thousands of others in doing the same.

For over a decade, Adi has helped individuals and organizations transform and grow, covering a wide-range of areas including personal and professional development, leadership and people management, career growth, employee engagement, start-ups, diversity and inclusion, financial literacy, nonprofit management and philanthropy, strategic planning, and marketing communications.

In addition to founding Think Change, Adi co-created and built a national program on financial literacy and co-ran an interfaith, service, and leadership nonprofit. He’s also an investor in and supporter of multiple other causes. 

Connect with Adi at adiredzic.live or via his social profiles at LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.  Make sure to also check out  https://adiredzic.live/romina for special offers and tell him Romina send you. 




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June 15th, 2020

The CEO of Well World TV, Debra K, was able to sit down with Romina and talk about her journey of creating Well World TV. After years on the corporate world and not feeling satisfied and rewarded for what she brought to the table, she finally decided to launch her rocket to a separate destination. Well World TV, founded in 2017,  is a network sharing inspirational and educational stories about health and well-being.


Debra is a host and producer and her TV Show credit includes an EMMY nomination, ADDY award, and her most recent TV Show, The Prime Time, was an official selection by the International Film Festival of Manhattan and Miami WebFest. Her two shows, Senior Moments, and the Journey into Wellbeing are also airing on PBS. She is a publisher, author, keynote speaker, and business consultant for wellness brands.


Debra’s latest project is the Video Strategy Bootcamp launching June 23-July 16, a 4-week online course. To get started or learn more CLICK HERE.

Connect with Debra via email DebraK@WellWorld.tv 

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#0006 STOP PLAYING THE VICTIM - Shahrzad Dadgar

July 16th, 2019


Enjoy this awesome educational interview with the Shahrzad Dadgar. We touch great topics such as film making, victim mentality, practicing the success formula, female empowerment, and getting out of your comfort zone  .


Shahrzad Dadgar is an award-winning filmmaker and photographer. Born in 1989 in Hamedan, Iran, Dadgar was trained as an architect and engineer before pursuing a film career.

As an artist Shahrzad’s work focuses on promoting understanding of women’s empowerment, and women who have suffered from sexual issues. Her last short film, “Highlight,” deals with gender inequality.

Her first short film “500   Ounces of Gold”, tells the story of a religious woman who has to made a deeply profound decision about abortion. 

Shahrzad has received the coveted Golden Gazzale from the Persian International Film Festival in Australia as well as “Best Inspirational Women in Film” award from the online Festigious Film Festival of Los Angeles. She received the “Best Script” award for “500 Ounces of Gold” from the Cervaignano Film Festival in Italy.

 Having earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Engineering from Azad University in Hamedan, Iran,Dadgar is now attending Jacksonville University’s College of Fine Arts in Florida on a Talent Scholarship Grant, and continuing to make independent films.


SHAHRZAD’S WEBSITE: http://shahrzadart.com/


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