YanaTV is a platform to have heart-to-heart conversations with people who have accomplished incredible things; discussing how they did it, and why. You won’t find any small talk here, just enlightening discussions about big subjects: Success, Overcoming Fears, Being of Service, Building Happiness, Mastering Communication, Increasing Awareness, Elevating Consciousness, Impacting The World, and much more!
Yana sits down with Eyal Eltawil to delve into one of the most significant topics of our time. That life-changing topic of discussion, of course, is Simon… Wait… Simon? What’s Simon?
You might not call it “Simon”, it might go by other names in your life such as “The Big C” or the ugly name of cancer. Whatever you call it, most people have had their lives changed in some significant way by this disease.
Eyal Eltawil was given a death sentence 7 years ago when he was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Beating the odds, for 5 years now he has beaten it and is cancer free. The cancer cure that he felt influenced his recovery the most: laughter and a positive mindset.
YanaTV chats with the inspirational Dr. Loretta Chen; professor, internationally recognized Theatre Director, and media described “Rebel with a twist”. This multi-time bestselling author has launched her new book; Madonnas and Mavericks: Power Women of Singapore.
YanaTV last sat down with Loretta 3 years ago, and during the interview she made a wish to manifest an important change in her life. It came true only a few short months later!
Yana discusses The Good News About PTSD with Author, Confidence Coach, and Veteran: Dion Jensen. Dion has over 20 years experience serving in the Police Force, Security Work, and Military.
His extensive life experience has given him the insight to design a highly effective method for aiding those who suffer from the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. He has dedicated his life to saving the lives of people who are struggling through what he has overcome. He strives, every day, to pull as many people as he can “out of the hole” that he can.
But this introvert is now the World Champion of Public Speaking, all because he was willing to take a chance and believe in himself, even when others would not.
Have you ever considered that, even when you win, your win-lose positioning might be doing harm to your business, personal relationships, and to yourself? In order for you to win, does someone else really have to lose? And when you play that game, eventually, you will have to be the one who loses.