Hola, My Name Is

Hola, My Name Is

Hola, My Name Is, is a new, weekly, interview-style podcast by Enrique Santos that introduces you to interesting people you really need to meet. Juntos we refocus our energy on what unites us, rather than divides us, while sharing personal stories of resilience, success, luck and huevos! Whether famous or unknown, our guests delve deep to share their humor, talent, guts or “ganas”; all the ingredients for true éxito in any language! This entertaining and inspiring podcast will have you saying, “que gusto de conocerte” over and over.

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December 3, 2021 34 min


Don Francisco: For 53 years and 42 days my next guest entertained audiences everywhere, from Chile to the US, and all points in between, with his iconic show “Sabado Gigante '' and his TV personality Don Francisco. To be interviewed by him was a true sign that you had made it! And at the beginning of my radio career, I had the honor to be invited to his then “Tonight Show-like” show, Don Francisco Presenta to talk about my ...

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Daniel Habif is a Mexican motivational speaker, author, actor, singer, entrepreneur and TV host, who switched to psychology after a near death experience and has been inspiring millions of followers ever since, delivering over 320 conferences in 170 cities and publishing 2 books filled with his faith-filled, positive ammunition to defeat fear in all its forms. Es mas, his latest book: “Las Trampas del Miedo” (The Traps of Fear) is ...

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At 13, Michael Sayman had taught himself to code watching tutorials on the internet until successfully developing and launching a gaming app called “4 Snaps”. With this app he earned close to a million dollars and kept his family financially afloat after losing their business and foreclosing on their home during the economic recession. By 18, he had skipped graduation, to head to California hired by Mark Zuckerberg, as Facebook’s y...

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El Alfa -El jefe, the King of Dominican dembow, and now thanks to his sold out shows in NYC's Madison Square Gardens, on his first world tour with 12 stops in the US, the man from humble beginnings on kilometer 12 in Haina, DR, has put his jackhammering rap-style firmly on the musical map. And the Tik Tok viral sensation, “la mamá de la mamá", further proves there's just no budging him from his throne. This latest hit w...

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Week’s after accepting his job as Chief of Police in Miami, Arturo “Art" Acevedo, America’s Top Cop and then President of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, as well as beloved Houston Chief, shared a Cafecito in Miami with me. We talked about everything from the importance of diversifying all police forces in the country, to being Austin, Texas’ first Latino Chief, his advice for fellow officers patrolling streets du...

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Carlos Loaiza, better known as TwichBoy to his more than 1.2 million followers on his TwitchBoiTV Channel, is the youngest Tourette’s Syndrome patient to undergo an experimental surgery to implant two battery-operated, pulse generators into his body that stimulate his brain constantly to control his debilitating tics and twitches. He was diagnosed at age 7 and now 22, he shares his difficult life story, to drop some perspective and...

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October 22, 2021 1 min

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How do we come together after 62 years of being pulled apart by propaganda, lies and Castro Communism? What will it take to come to the table and move forward?

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The Cuban LGBTQ and Black voices are disproportionately discriminated and oppressed by the regime. We hear how they have been treated historically and how they have risen up to help shape Cuba’s future.

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September 29, 2021 54 min

How have younger generations circumvented oppression with their phones and social media platforms to clearly define “libertad” for themselves. How does their struggle for equality, freedom of expression and social justice compare to other struggles? We review the concept of individual, society and institutional freedom.

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September 22, 2021 52 min

We look back at the Cuba that could have been and the cultural exchanges the world missed because of Castro’s censorship. As well as the talent that did manage to cross-over into our collective experience, in spite of the repressive politics, simply because they left the island to be “known.”

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September 15, 2021 58 min

What's life really like in Cuba under the repressive regime? We review the legal response from the government, the missing, the opposing voices and the risks Cubans take every day to be heard by the international community.

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September 8, 2021 55 min

July 11th – Que Paso? What motivated Cubans to take to the streets, protest in several cities against the government and demand “libertad” (liberty) and why now? Enrique Santos and José Díaz-Balart dive deep into the events of that history day and what freedom means to Cubans, knowing it could cost them everything.

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September 7, 2021 1 min

“SOS Cuba” is a special 6-episode series from “Hola My Name Is.” It’s hosted by, Enrique Santos, and Telemundo & NBC journalist José Díaz-Balart. The show features social influencers, artists, and journalists from the island of Cuba, as well as from the global exiled community. It dives deep into the history that shaped Cuba. It shines a light on what happened on July 11th, 2021 and the loud call for freedom that was heard on t...

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 Mucho Mucho Amor, honoring Walter Mercado’s legacy

Puerto Rico native and beloved Spanish language television personality, Walter Mercado captured the hearts of Latinos all over the world through his daily horoscope readings and message of love. In this episode, we chat with the producers of the popular Netflix documentary, “Mucho Mucho Amor”, Christina Constantini, Alex Fumero and Kareem Tabsch. These talented young filmmakers tel...

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Vanessa Guillen, a brave life lost too soon

Latinos all over the United States are outraged by the disappearance and murder of young Mexican American U.S. Army soldier Vanessa Guillen. In this episode, Texas Congresswoman, Sylvia Rodriguez Garcia shares details on the case, her plans to design legislation that will help create a safer space for women in the military and the important steps to take if your children are considering jo...

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Selenis Leyva, habla de temas tabúes en su nuevo libro, “Mi Hermana”

Cerramos el mes del “Orgullo LGBTQ+” hablando con Selenis Leyva, actriz Cubana-Dominicana de la popular serie, “Orange is the New Black” de Netflix. Selenis nos cuenta cómo pasó de actuar en la popular serie en Netflix a escribir su primer libro, “Mi Hermana”, en donde cuenta la historia de su hermana transgénero Marisol Leyva y su transición al sexo femenino. ...

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Howie D, from Backstreet Boys success to reclaiming his Puerto Rican roots. 

Howie Dorough is a member of one of the most iconic 90’s boy bands in the world, The Backstreet Boys. 

In this episode, Howie vulnerably shares how he went from a failed audition with the most recognizable latin boy band in the world, Menudo, to being typecast in Hollywood and finally building a successful music career with The Backstreet Boys.

Twenty seven y...

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Dr. Anthony Fauci, breaking down the facts and myths of the COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. Anthony Fauci is an American physician and immunologist who has served as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984 and who has been the medical lead for the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Dr. Anthony Fauci, descifra los datos y los mitos de la pandemia COVID-19

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Daniel Habif, el arte de transformar vidas y romper los esquemas que limitan nuestros sueños

Daniel Habif, un Mexicano que ha viajado por el mundo llevando sus oraciones y palabras alentadoras a personas y auditorios de todas las edades y tamaños. Todo empezó inesperadamente cuando su video “el fracaso no existe” se volvió viral a través de las redes sociales, dándole un nuevo propósito y giro a su vida.

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