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Romina Eleuteri

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La Vera Potenzialità sta nella capacità di seguire le proprie scelte con coraggio e determ" - 2048510063431287113
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Non si può piacere a tutti... La Vera Potenzialità sta nella capacità di seguire le proprie scelte con coraggio e determinazione, affrontare le sfide senza distogliere lo sguardo dagli obiettivi.💚💎👑

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Bloomtime Media

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All S M I L E S on our end seeing such a positive interest in TV MENTORSHIP. 🎬📺 Still a few pla" at Sydney, Australia - 2048506816150530119

✨ “It must be a sign” ✨ All S M I L E S on our end seeing such a positive interest in TV MENTORSHIP. 🎬📺 Still a few places left.. so jump on board! LINK IN BIO 🎟 Got questions? Email info@bloomtimedia.com

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Stella's Girls

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Stella's Girls in Okinawa. Business planning day #mentorship

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Xpress Money

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I was born into a lower middle-class family in India and saw my family struggle to make ends meet. My maternal uncle helped me migrate from India to Oman to pursue better opportunities in my professional career. I am Jagdip Bhatia, an Indian expat living in Oman since 1982. The most challenging part about moving away from home was the thought of living away from my father. As a new expat in Oman, I missed the life lessons he passed onto me during our father-son conversations. I missed our shared passion for music and penchant for musical instruments. Since it was the pre-internet and video calling area, I devised a unique way of conversing with my father. Instead of writing letters, I started recording my questions, observations, thoughts and conversations in cassettes and sending them to him through family and friends visiting India. I also saved money and gifted my father a cassette player so that he could reply to my cassettes by recording his experiences and his advice for me. My dad’s voice was that feeling of home, and I waited patiently for it each time. It was the only way to nurture my relationship with my father, even though we were miles apart. To feel closer to home, I started pursuing my passion for music, photography and cricket, in Oman. Soon I found myself actively participating and organizing cultural activities for the expat community in Oman. In 2014, life came a full circle when I started the Muscat Kathiyawadi Pariwar (MKP) with two other co-founders. Through MKP we organized musical performances for migrant workers by visiting their camp accommodations on weekends. Soon we realized that there were talented singers among the migrant workers who deserved a platform to showcase their skills and fulfil their dreams. Over the years, we have helped them find the sound of their music outside the alleys of their labor accommodations. #mentorship