#18 – Jude Kamal & Sansa Interiors Tell Us How To Make It In Interior Design

My podcast episodes have taken me across the globe and it’s amazing how much we have grown. We have spoken to artist, architects, experts and now we speak with a interior designer who has one of the most interesting stories.

Of course, being from Toronto, Canada, I have missed home since moving to Dubai so I decided to bring a piece of home to this new episode!

Jude Kamal is a interior designer with over 5+ years working within the industry. She is one of the most unique people I’ve met so far on the show and has a great story to tell.

She is originally from Jordan but now hails from my home city of Toronto. In this new episode Jude tells us about the world of interior design and gives us a glimpse into her life.

So What Is Her Story?

Well as you will learn in the podcast, she has been able to start a business during one of the most odd times in human history, 2020. As more people have started to realize their passion and develop businesses around them, Jude has done that and more.

She has not only been able to develop a brand for herself but also find clients and a sustainable business for the future. Her hope is to inspire others to do the same and follow their passion.

What Did I Learn From This Podcast?

I’ve learned about some of the history of the industry. There was a man by the name of Ai Weiwei that captured my attention so much that I Googled him. I looked up his work and life and it’s rare to see someone so convicted of his work and the life he would like to create for the world.

We all can have that same conviction if we take the time to develop our skills and knowledge within a industry. Being in Dubai, I have officially seen how hard it is to come here without being specialized and trying to find the position or life of your dreams. I often tell my friends here that I want Range Rovers and other expensive things in life but I forget that it takes work and conviction.

We are all working on something in our lives and it’s nice to see that someone from my city has not only worked on something but is also seeing success. Jude should be a inspiration to us all and provide us with more motivation to get the job done despite obstacles.

What’s Next For The Show

I’ve now done 18 shows with the next two coming next week and the following one. Not sure where I go with the show from here but I just want it to be successful and provide value.

When I started this show I was talking to a microphone about alternative living concepts I knew nothing about but now I still know nothing and let more knowledgeable people do the talking. The viewers have loved it and I’m about to hit a milestone which I’ll be posting when it happens!

My podcast will be one of the greatest of all time and I can’t wait to show everyone the types of guest and fun conversations we will be presenting to you all.

The property marketer show is here to stay and I hope you all like Jude Kamal and Sansa Interiors. They are a interior design firm that will shock you with how beautiful their creations are and the thought process behind the work!

If you would like to learn more about Jude Kamal & Sansa Interiors, listen to the podcast below:

#20 – Louis Thompson & Nomadic Resorts Tell Us About Sustainable Design & The Future Of The Design Industry Property Marketers Show

What an episode with one of the most passionate architects I have ever met. Louis Thompson is a visionary and someone that needs to be heard especially when he is speaking about the future of the design industry and sustainable design.   In this new episode, we were able to sit down with Louis and speak about the many different projects, and themes that have made his career incredibly fulfilling so far. We were also able to get a better picture of the world of alternative living and the building materials that go along with building these structures.  It was a true honour to get a better idea of some of the most popular emerging technologies out there today, from someone who has used them to perfection. When it comes to creating projects that are truly unique, it takes time and understanding which are two factors that have helped the Nomadic Resorts team achieve awards and recognition.  Nomadic resorts is one of the most unique companies on the planet because they are pushing the limits of architecture and design by focusing on hospitality and nature.  Treat yourself to a new episode and let me know what type of architecture that you seen is changing the way we look at the world! Would you like to learn more about my guest Louis Thompson?  LinkedIn: Louis Thompson  Website: https://nomadicresorts.com/ Follow our company page for more updates:  LinkedIn: The Property Marketer Show  See you in the next episode! 
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  4. #17 – The Ultimate Guide To Greenhouse Growing With Godfried Dol & Glasshouse Consultancy
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Published by Cole Correia

As someone who loves marketing and sales, the idea of telling stories that help small business owners, real estate agents, and individuals is so important to me. Take the time to stay up to date on the latest news and marketing advice to help you run your business!

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