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Salaam, Peace. My name is NOOR Al-Huda (The Guiding Light). On this podcast, I collaborate with storytellers to bring you their own stories for the first time, or the right time. I work with guests BTS to craft their dream interview. I call this Guided Storytelling; my intention is that you’ll join us on the journey and leave with a pocket full of your own gems. The most representative stories come from the source and provide a bridge to connect us even if we’re worlds apart. On PODCAST NOOR ...
 
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dr. Yaba Blay is the teacher we all needed growing up. dr. Blay, that’s doctor with an intentional lower case "dr." describes herself as the anti-academia-academic. Meaning, another system that needs reform. dr. Yaba is a Ghanaian American scholar, speaker, cultural worker, producer and author. She wrote and art directed the stunning photography bo…
 
Adam Grant is one of my heroes. He is an author, organizational psychologist, the top rated professor at Wharton School of Business, and not only a TED speaker, but also a TED podcaster. He has a TED podcast called Work Life. I first learned about Adam Grant from his 2016 book “The Originals: How Non-Conformists Moved the World.” I’ve gifted this b…
 
Jenna Wortham is a writer at New York Times Magazine, co-author alongside Kimberly Drew of the anthology Black Futures, co-host of the NYT award-winning podcast Still Processing, where her and her best friend and the Times’ critic at large Wesley Morris make listeners feel like they are eavesdropping on two best friends talking about exactly what w…
 
Hello dearest, I can't wait to begin sharing our PODCAST NOOR storytelling sessions by At Your Service. We have an incredible lineup of guests coming your way, see you Tuesday! ——— Stay in touch! Instagram.com/noor Facebook.com/noor Youtube.com/noor TikTok.com/@noor Twitter.com/ntagouri Text Me: +1 (301) 246-8894 Support AYS via Patreon.com/noor --…
 
I recorded this as a reflection after giving a virtual keynote ‘at’ Twitter and wanted to share where my head is at with events... ⠀ The last trip I took before social restrictions was to Miami for a keynote. That week, the rest of the events I booked for the year had been canceled or moved virtual. I was terrified, but we quickly pivoted, and soug…
 
I wanted to bring this Solo AYS Hour back at the top of this new year to ask you, is your light on? Is Your Power on? This is to kick of the New Year as we are all going through different shifts of power in our lives right now. I love having full circle realizations in live time with you. I really hope you listen and share it with your loved ones -…
 
Cuban-American painter Ernesto Maranje decided to pursue painting at the age of 28 after one of the lowest periods of his life. 6 years later he uses color and community to create the multi-layered murals that celebrate beauty in nature. I’ve been holding onto this story since March and watched it again to be inspired. Ernesto so graciously shared …
 
So, now you’re saying #BlackLivesMatter, what next? Today for @AYS Hour we sat down with #BlackLivesMatter founder Patrisse Cullors about: HOW TO BE AN ALLY. ⠀ We talked about #BlackOutTuesday, how to truly be in solidarity, how to check in on your friends and family, and the importance of THINKING CRITICALLY - not just following the herd. ⠀ Check-…
 
I talked to the magnificent actor and activist Yara Shahidi tabout what it means to make the commitment to social justice and to find connection in all the movements. When we fight for equality and social justice — we are fighting for ourselves AND others. These issues affect all of us. We are stronger together. AYS Hour episodes are hosted live on…
 
(AYS Hour From Oct 29, 2020: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CG7p2D_plvE/) Christianity and Islam have more commonality than differences. Jesus and Muhammad (peace be upon them) would have been good friends today - we could use those relationships right now. Dr. Craig Considine is a Christian scholar/professor and author of his latest book: The Humani…
 
{AYS Hour from Nov 13, 2020. AYS Hour episodes are hosted live on Instagram @Noor} An #AYSHour with our mentor Seth Godin, that turned my insides out and made me speechless on more than one occasion. For anyone who is looking for guidance in pushing forward, channeling creativity, doing work that matters...this is for you. ⠀ Seth has a new book out…
 
[THE PROCESS S1/E8] Ruba Abu-Nimah is the creative director of Revlon. She has been a visionary for top beauty companies, including, Shiseido, Pat McGrath and Bobbi Brown, and was also Elle magazine’s first-ever female Creative Director. Ruba breaks down what a “creative director” is and the different ways to think bigger and let your work do the t…
 
[THE PROCESS S1/E7] In early February I sat down with the Former CEO of Tommy Hilfiger Global in his Amsterdam office. The references to COVID so early on are eerie to listen to now - as fashion was one of the first industries impacted by the virus. But - this conversation is even more relevant now as businesses are figuring out what risks to take …
 
[THE PROCESS S1/E6] “I love America more than any other country in this world, and, exactly for this reason, I insist on the right to criticize her perpetually.” Thats a quote from James Baldwin. One of my favorites. But I realized it applies to so many things...our careers/industries, our relationships, our systems etc. I’ve been in the media fiel…
 
[AYS HOUR] The final episode of my mini series in partnership with @NIVEAUSA: SOFTNESS DURING COVID19...and what a conversation to end on. I feel like softness is my superpower and I can do anything right now. We spoke to @UnlimitedWifi777 about pivoting from an art curation job to cleaning restrooms in a grocery store with excellence and the impor…
 
[AYS HOUR] Whether you’re a parent, teacher, student or you know any of the above...I’m sure you know this hasn’t been an easy adjustment. And while no one has all of the answers, @KindnessOrg has some. In my continued partnership with @NiveaUSA for our #RethinkSoft during COVID series, I spoke with Jaclyn Lindsey, the Founder + CEO of Kindness.org…
 
[AYS HOUR] Many of us have been trying to figure out our place in all of this. For most of us - protecting others by staying home, for people in service industries - it’s showing up for us so that we can continue surviving together, for doctors and nurses it’s being on the frontlines to keep our friends and families alive. Lauren Brinkers is a reti…
 
[AYS HOUR] Many of us are struggling with being soft with ourselves during this time. I keep having to remind myself and loved ones - we are in a global pandemic. There is no right way to feel. I find comfort in knowing we are collectively going through a moment together. But in “normal” times and especially “global pandemic” times - we can be SO h…
 
[THE PROCESS S1/E5] Building trust with people is one of my core values as a journalist. No one owes us their story. It is an honor and a privilege to witness someone’s truth. But the practice of building trust with others goes far beyond journalism. It is rooted in human connection. Seeing, hearing, and valuing all people. In this episode of The P…
 
[THE PROCESS S1/E4] This conversation was overdue yet couldn’t be more timely. I’ve had extensive conversations with Anna about grief, so I wanted to understand and share the experience with you all. From grieving a public figure, to grieving a private person, to understanding there is more than just the big grief — there are so many little ones al…
 
[THE PROCESS S1/E3] Imagine making a film inspired by your “coming of age” story.. Gets you a little nervous right? The idea of your family and community watching parts of your life and mind in such an intimate way. It’s an incredibly brave act — one that requires a lot of decision making, intention, and just great storytelling. Minhal Baig did tha…
 
[THE PROCESS S1/E2] I’ve always been obsessed with the violin. I played as a child and putting the instrument down for good is one of my biggest regrets in life. There is just something about using a beautiful tool to create stories that keeps me in awe. When I met violinist Ezinma and heard her play, so much light and power radiated from her. It w…
 
[THE PROCESS S1/E1] For this episode, I knew I wanted to make a dish with Phillip. He’s one of my favorite designers in fashion — but the intention in his cooking transcends industry. It also gave me hope that he had only been cooking for a few years. Ha! Our conversation was one that filled my soul as much as the meal filled my belly..and then som…
 
What would a show called The Process be without our Process? Noor Tagouri’s Editor’s Note #0 sets the intention for the first 3 episodes of The Process. Why we are releasing this during such an uncertain time? Why we are releasing them with these guests, in this order? And how we can use this curation of conversations to give us comfort and communi…
 
With a lineup driven by award-winning journalist Noor Tagouri’s infectious curiosity, The Process passes the mic to the people who have the lived experience. From transitioning careers, to hosting a dinner party, to reviving a heritage brand — Noor uncovers just how our favorite people do it all, and reminds us that in anything we pursue, the ups a…
 
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