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November 18, 2022 64 min

To launch the Yalla! Let's Talk. (Podcast), we have content creator Saif Shawaf as our first guest. Saif is known for his wholesome content and to make people laugh with his street-style interview #makeme. In this episode, Saif opens up like never before. He shares his personal struggles with anxiety, depression, and mental health. He shares his secret to managing anxiety and imposter syndrome as a content creator. In our conversation, he tells us how reading books and therapy has helped change his perspective in his life and how he was able to "let go".

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What We Talk About with Saif:  

00:00 Intro

02:47 Content Creator Research?  

10:05 How Reading Can Help You 

18:20 Why Vulnerability is Powerful 

22:00 Defining Anxiety 

31:08 Anxiety in Content Creation  

32:40 Being Arab and Talking about Mental Health 

41:53 Learning to Forgive 

 54:20 Being a Rebel and Creating Your Own Path in Life 

56:53 Learning from Previous Jobs to Create a Fulfilling Life


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