Interviewee #16: Nasuha Sahaili On Branding, Power of Words, Communication & Compassion

LinkedIn, a platform I’ve gotten very serious on in the past, is full of unbelievable potential and entrepreneurial mindsets.  In today’s podcast, I was able to bring on a Malaysian-born entrepreneur who has a wonderful that focuses on the essential qualities of doing business — going back to the basics, which is the most essential.

The power of WORDS!


Get in touch with Nasuha Sahaili of Malaysia

– About the power of branding, power of words, communication and compassion.



Things we discussed:

  • Introduction about her business.
  • What’s the core of their business?
  • Branding businesses with words.
  • What mistakes are the businesses in Kuala Lumpur making?
  • How to stand out from the crowd to make their businesses look more presentative?
  • How to look different in terms of value in the market?
  • How to look different in terms of words in a saturated market?
  • How do they reach their market for business goods and services in Kuala Lumpur?
  • The secret of traditional marketing in Kuala Lumpur due to their businesses are highly localised. Know your market and a sense of belonging.
  • The differences between B2C and B2B marketing can be different marketing methods.
  • How do you start your business with your company?
  • The purpose of expanding to Singapore by running a workshop.
  • How do you brand your startup in Kuala Lumpur?
  • How do you use words to bring a new product into another market?
  • The power of billboards advertising.
  • Knowing and understanding local markets.
  • Personal development books that change your life and skills. You need to brand your products and services on digital platforms by understanding and knowing your potential market and customers.
  • Trust is the ultimate weapon when you recruit your agents and drop-shippers. Word of mouth and referrals are real successful in marketing your brand.
  • When are words coming into the game? Brand marketing is all about building your foundation.
  • Branding marketing through digital platforms need to have the right words.
  • Being a good storyteller will be the key and essential to target your niche and the fundamental for brand loyalty.
  • How do they build a niche market and brand loyalty?
  • Brand essence is the fundamental principle, understand your customer and know your customer well.
  • What is your ultimate goal of your company?


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Inteviewee #14: Hakeem Khan on Being A Fitness Entrepreneur In Malaysia

While standing in a long line in a musty old gym at Nexus International School in Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, I met not just the ultra-gorgeous muslim girl, but I met this man — Hakeem Khan.  We chatted it up about him being a powerlifter and befriended each other within that time-frame of checking in to the Spartan Race.  Since then, we’ve maintained communication and I saw his Instagram exploding with an amazing amount of content.  He was changing lives through his own personal training program and so many other things, so I told myself the next time I come here, I’m going to do a podcast with him.  Here it is!

Show Notes

“Money isn’t everything because the most important thing will be making an impact on someone’s lives”


Get in touch with Hakeem Khan of Malaysia

  • Fitness entrepreneur



1) YouTube Channel:

2) Instagram:

3) Facebook:

4) Website:


Things we discussed:

  • How did you start??
  • What inspired you to become a fitness entrepreneur?
  • The real reason why you want to become a fitness entrepreneur.
  • Who is your inspiration? Why?
  • What does the gym in Pakistan look like?
  • How do you start a gym in Pakistan through DIY?
  • Who taught you how to use the gym’s facilities in Pakistan?
  • How many laps?
  • What is your diet?
  • How did you feel the first time you used a gym in Pakistan?
  • What was your age when you came back to Malaysia?
  • Did you finish your secondary school?
  • Working part-time while in secondary school.
  • What did you do before you became a fitness entrepreneur?
  • Started to work in Celebrity Gym.
  • Started to work as a sales consultant with Celebrity Gym through training.
  • Training by the gym company to become a Celebrity Fitness.
  • What is a powerlifting?
  • What was your setback after your car accident?
  • How did you maintain your mental fortitude to get you through?
  • What was your training after your accident?
  • How did it feel after your accident?
  • Why did you decide to leave Celebrity Fitness?
  • Why did you decide to do what you do?
  • What is your self – awareness? Why do you want to help people?
  • The power of sharing and fulfilment.
  • What do you think about the market for fitness business in Malaysia?
  • How do you maintain your diet?
  • What is the philosophy for your diet?
  • What are your goals and plans?
  • What is your advice for people who aspire to become a fitness entrepreneur?


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Interviewee #10: Dana & Dennis of Wodbudsuds

I had the absolute special privilege of interviewing an amazing up and becoming health and wellness business called Wodbudsuds – a business that creates soap. Not only that, but hearing the stories of both Dennis and Dana was remarkably inspiring.

The 9-5, the drab job that continues to torment the majority of the world, had gotten a hold of them. Working for 8-11 years, respectively, in their chosen fields of work, they just simply wanted more.

It brings me back to the story of my personal development journey. When I was making a mere $600 USD a month, I asked myself, “if I had any dignity, I would just quit right now.” Two weeks later – I did. This was the beginning of my fear-filled journey that had lots of traps, holes, and setbacks.

With Dana being a Yoga instructor and Dennis being a crossfitter/manager, all while caring for their son, they knew enough was enough.

Turning a kitchenette into a full-on business in the basement of their home, they converted and began making soap, which took 6 months to complete.

One year on and an amazing lifestyle later…here’s there story.

Teemaree Podcast Interview From A Couple of Months Ago – Still My Favorite

Still one of my favorite podcast interviews I’ve done.  Since I’ve hit the milestone of podcasts interviews (the Big 5), I’m now reposting this one (not sure if I even did a blog on it), which was an unbelievable pleasure.

Teemaree, being an author and now taking her acting very seriously, was just a human being emanating with so much love and wisdom.  Her book titled love for you now is on amazon and talks about affirmations.  Affirmations that we sometimes don’t know we have, but we do.

Remember, affirmations can be good or bad, and we normally re-affirm to ourselves negative self-talk over and over everyday and we don’t even realize it.

One of those re-affirming affirmations for me was, “Thai women hate black men and Thai women are racist.”  For the first two years, and even seeping into 2016, I destroyed my image completely.  However, before I came here, I met a dozen friends online (here in Thailand) and befriended some pretty awesome people in the first few months.  After the events had taken place the way they did in southeast Thailand, I decided to go to an even more racially plagued province (not knowing it was), and the idea of being “black” in the most “anti-black” country on the planet succumbed me for the next two years.

Now? Was that all true? Absolutely not…but because of the amount of passion I put being those negative affirmations, it become true.  Here’s the interview with Teemaree!

Podcast Interviewee: Teemarie On Affirmations & Visualization

Now this was ABSOLUTELY one of my favorite podcast interviews I’ve done to this date.  After a ridiculous miscommunication on my end, we were able to start the podcast just after 8pm, and boy, did we deliver!

This woman, who’s an actor/writer/among so many other things, has an unfathomable amount of charisma, which I felt through my headphones.  The way she spoke and with the unbelievable amount of passion behind her words made this one of the most enjoyable and pleasurable one-hour podcasts I’ve done in my 1.5 years of doing this.


After speaking to her about writing down my 101 goals back in 2015, I went back to check out the goals (haven’t checked it since earlier in the year) and noticed that I achieved five more goals that I had written down two years ago.  How remarkable!

See, people don’t realize that the universe is for you. A lot of people believe that you have to “hustle” and work extremely hard to achieve anything….once you start figuring out energy fields, such as what Napoleon Hill wrote in the introduction of his book “Law of Success,” you’ll realize that we’re all balls of energy and you attract to you what you’re vibrating.

People re-affirm to themselves a lot of different thoughts everyday and they don’t even realize it.  We say affirmations frankly all day, but most of them are bad.  How can you switch it all around? Tune into the 50 minute interview down below!