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Author: America Arias

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America Arias is an Emmy-award winning news producer and Dreamer. The goal of AMERICA’S DREAMERS is to share inspiring stories, resources and knowledge from brilliant leaders, entrepreneurs and influential celebrities... So that you can be inspired to chase your own American dreams!
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With all the economic uncertainty during this pandemic and recession, it’s hard to imagine a reality where you can become financially independent, quit your job and retire in your 20s or 30s. But that’s exactly what Diego Corzo (@RealDiegoCorzo) wants you to achieve. He’s a DACA recipient and a real estate entrepreneur who’s on the fast-track to becoming a millionaire.  In this episode, Diego shares usable advice on investing, saving and getting into a winning mindset. Diego went from riding his bike to business appointments, to quitting his software engineering job at General Motors to now owning his successful real estate company. You will learn how to see opportunities where people see obstacles. Diego really lives by his motto, “When the door of opportunity is locked, go through the window.” FIRST, Diego shares the TWO key actions you need to take right now in order to start building wealth and put yourself in a position to survive any life-altering situation like a recession. What do you need to do to prepare if you suddenly lose your job or have to change careers? THEN, he shares his 6-STEP STRATEGY to become financially independent. Diego tells us how this winning formula helped him own nearly 20 rental properties that allow him to make money while he sleeps. I know this interview will help you whether you want to pay off debt, stay within your monthly budget or even buy your DREAM HOUSE!  FINALLY, Diego leaves with with tools to help you on your journey. He recommends these two books… “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki and “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill. Happy learning and go follow me on instagram if you want to ask Diego questions directly. I would love your feedback!  Tag me on instagram (@AmericaArias) and twitter at (@AmericaArias) and use the hashtag #AmericasDreamers Please support this podcast by rating and reviewing my show. I would really appreciate a 5-star rating!
Despite nearly every state reopening its economy and easing lockdown restrictions, the Coronavirus pandemic is still a serious and dangerous reality for healthcare workers across the country. In this episode I speak to Aldo Martinez, a 26-year old Paramedic in Fort Myers, FL.   Aldo says he has to deal with a COVID-19 patient at least once a day during his sometimes 48-hour shifts. He’s also one of thousands of DACA recipients saving lives on the frontlines during this health crisis. That means that as he risks his life saving lives, he’s also worried about an upcoming Supreme Court decision that could alter his immigration status.  According to the Center for American Progress, nearly 30,000 health care workers are DACA Dreamers. They are paramedics like Aldo, but also doctors, nurses, medical techs, and others who are putting their own health and safety on the line to diagnose and treat the disease.  FIRST Aldo gives us a glimpse into his sometimes anxiety-driven shifts during this pandemic, tells us what he’s doing to stay safe and how he deals with the stress and uncertainty of this lockdown. THEN he shares the one lesson from his parents that helps him get through even the toughest day and how this is fueling his dream of becoming a trauma surgeon in the future. It’s a lovely tribute that will inspire you!  I would love your feedback!  Tag me on instagram (@AmericaArias) and twitter at (@AmericaArias) and use the hashtag #AmericasDreamers Please support this podcast by rating and reviewing my show. I would really appreciate a 5-star rating! america-arias.com
I went from being undocumented and afraid, broke and with no chance of ever attending college… to living my dream life as an Emmy award-winning producer!   In this intro episode, I share my story about living undocumented and how my life changed thanks to the DACA Program. Also, I share my vision for this podcast and how I hope it will help you ditch your fears, get creative and dream bigger! No matter your immigration status, I’m here to help you navigate all the uncertainty and find a way to chase your dreams.  I would love your feedback! Tag me on instagram (@AmericaArias), Facebook and twitter at (@AmericaArias) and use the hashtag #LetsDACAboutit  Please support this podcast by sharing it with others, rating and reviewing my show. I would really appreciate a 5-star rating! Thank you for the support!  Visit my website: America-arias.com   
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