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The Goodness Podcast was launched in January 2020 with the goal of starting an honest conversation around the topics affecting women's health. Hosted by Noor Tehini and recorded in Dubai, it also celebrates the inspirational stories of women living in the Middle East, highlighting tales of triumph over tragedy, stories of resilience, and ones of survival, all while imparting valuable, scientifically backed advice and lived experience to its listeners.
 
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My guest on the podcast today is Haif Abdalla, a business strategist and yoga teacher living in Dubai. On this episode, she opens up about her struggles with perfectionism and her journey to embracing all the various facets of herself, and we have a blast talking about all things yoga, crystals, and meditation.…
 
Jonathan Savitch is the Chief Commercial Officer at ATPCO, in this episode he talks to OAG's Chief Analyst John Grant and shares with us his insights and experience from the last twelve months as businesses around the globe have had to move quickly in response to COVID-19 and the pandemic. Jonathan also explains who ATPCO are, what they do, and how…
 
OAG's Chief Analyst John Grant talks to Peter Harbison, Chaiman Emeritus at CAPA - Centre for Aviation. Peter has 52 years experience in the aviation industry and in this episode he shares with us his great insights and thoughts about the impact of COVID-19 on aviation and some of the key changes that CAPA had to make in a short period of time.…
 
Dr. Carole Chidiac is a Family Medicine Specialist living in Dubai. While quarantining at home after contracting COVID, she joins us to shed some light on the virus, its long-term effects, and the various vaccine options available and shares her thoughts on why so many of us feel let down by conventional doctors.…
 
In OAG’s latest aviation podcast Chief Analyst John Grant talks to David Gunnarsson, CEO at Dohop. Dohop were founded in 2004 and are based in Reykjavík, Iceland, their core technology is focused on creating connecting itineraries. John and David discuss how Dohop has innovated and transitioned their strategy in recent years, and also about Dohop's…
 
Rania Masri ElKhatib is a mom of two and corporate powerhouse living in Dubai. Up until last month, she was Chief Transformation Officer of Chalhoub Group, one of the region's biggest fashion empires. After 2020 brought our normal lives to a screeching halt, forcing so many of us to slow down and introspect, Rania started to question her path and h…
 
Anisha Oberoi launched Secret Skin, an e-commerce discovery platform for sustainable beauty, after recovering from a battle with breast cancer. On this episode of the podcast, she shares what she learned after many years working at Amazon, some insights into starting your own business (in 2020 no less), how to overcome entrepreneurial doubt and imp…
 
Soon-Hwa Wong is Chair at the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) and has 40 years of extensive experience in the Asia Pacific tourism and hospitality industry. In this episode of 'On Air' Chief Analyst John Grant catches up with Soon-Hwa Wong and discusses how they have supported and represented their members throughout the past nine months, th…
 
Maria Abi Hanna is a registered dietitian living in Dubai. She has been practicing for over ten years and specializes in eating disorders, the no-diet approach, and intuitive eating. Ahead of Christmas and the holiday season, she’s joining me to break down the main principles of intuitive eating and tips to navigate the holiday season with as littl…
 
Dr. Sandrine Atallah, a consultant in sexual medicine and certified psychosexologist, has really been breaking boundaries in the Arab World and pushing the limits of what is and isn’t discussed when it comes to sex. On this episode of the podcast, she's breaking down sex in long-term relationships, discussing the unrealistic expectations that we ca…
 
In this latest On Air podcast, John Grant is joined by Héctor Fernández, CEO at Turismo Lanzarote. At this time of year the Canary Islands are usually full of tourists from Northern Europe looking for some winter sun, this year of course everything is different. In this episode Héctor Fernández shares with us what the Canary Isles and specifically …
 
Sandra Sharpe is a functional medicine health coach and former fitness trainer living in Dubai. Earlier this year, she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, which forced her to take a closer look at her lifestyle and definition of health. This is her story of recovery and what she learned along the way.…
 
In this episode John Grant is joined by Olivier Jager, CEO at ForwardKeys. Olivier shares with us his experiences and insights as co-founder of ForwardKeys, including how they add value to pure data. They also discuss the continued impact of covid-19 on the travel industry and the wider economy.By OAG
 
Dina Ghandour is a Dubai-based yogi and certified Doula. Through her work, she provides educational, practical, and emotional support to parents by offering childbirth education, assisting at the birth through hands-on comfort measures, and sharing postnatal support with regards to such things as breastfeeding counseling, sleep advice, mother and b…
 
When The Goodness Podcast host Noor Tehini first met Layla Kardan, she was still working a corporate job and dipping her toes into the music industry. Today, she’s a recording artist with an international following. On this episode of the podcast, we caught up with Layla about her journey and we discussed everything from Cardi B’s WAP single to the…
 
In honor of Wold Mental Health Week, we've teamed up with Lululemon, Dani Hakim of Safe Space, and Lululemon Ambassador and yogi Neha Duseja to talk about mental health. Together, they're busting some of the most common myths around meditation and sharing the most transformative moments on their personal journeys.This podcast was created in collabo…
 
Marianne Tafani is a Pilates instructor known in the UAE as the "core strength guru". Three years ago, she gave birth to her first son, Adam, but things did not go to plan. Marianne had decided on a natural birth, but an unfortunate series of events and neglect on behalf of her care providers resulted in a traumatic experience.Warning: This episode…
 
Dr. Sheetal Kini is a clinical psychologist at Dubai’s Lighthouse Center who specializes in relationship therapy. On this episode of the podcast, she discusses modern marriages, why they’re so challenging, and how to start thinking about and working on your relationship differently. Topics covered include: - What makes for the ideal secure relation…
 
Dr. Sheetal Kini is a clinical psychologist at Dubai’s Lighthouse Center who specializes in relationship therapy. On this episode of the podcast, she discusses modern marriages, why they’re so challenging, and how to start thinking about and working on your relationship differently. Topics covered include:- Solving gridlocked problems- The link bet…
 
Dr. Sheetal Kini is a clinical psychologist at Dubai’s Lighthouse Center who specializes in relationship therapy. On this episode of the podcast, she discusses modern marriages, why they’re so challenging, and how to start thinking about and working on your relationship differently. Topics covered include:- Defining modern marriage- What is right t…
 
John Grant, Chief Analyst at OAG, interviews Ben Mutzabaugh, Senior Aviation Editor at The Points Guy, in this episode they discuss: Who is the best international airline What is the key tip for spending FFP points from an insider How much are those Frequent Flyer Programmes worth to the airlines The effect of the current covid-19 epidemic on the a…
 
In this latest episode John Grant is joined by Scott McCartney who is an Aviation Expert and Travel Editor at The Wall Street Journal to discuss all things aviation. John and Scott begin by discussing the history of the aviation industry, including how Scott began working as an aviation journalist at The Wall Street Journal and what it takes to be …
 
On August 4, 2020, the unthinkable happened. 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate, stored in the port of Beirut, exploded, destroying a large part of the city, killing dozens, wounding hundreds, and leaving hundreds of thousands homeless. The country is left traumatized, with no one taking responsibility for this crime, no government support on the stree…
 
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