(presented by Liam)
Dalia, the Mexican Podcaster and Vintage Teapot Collector Sharing the Best of Cancún with the World
Dalia is a dynamic podcast speaker from Cancún, Mexico, who is in her thirties and has a passion for sharing her knowledge and experiences with the world. She is a devoted mother of three sons and believes that being a parent has shaped her perspective on life in many ways.
Cancún is a vibrant city known for its beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters and vibrant nightlife. As a resident, Dalia has seen the growth of tourism in her city and enjoys sharing the best local tips and recommendations for visitors to her city on her podcast. Her love for her hometown shines through in her episodes as she discusses the must-see sights, sounds, and tastes that make Cancún unique.
When she's not busy with her podcast or taking care of her family, Dalia enjoys skateboarding. She loves the freedom and adrenaline rush that comes with the sport and can often be found skating in local parks or on the boardwalk overlooking the ocean. Her passion for skateboarding has also connected her with like-minded people and helped her make new friends in her community.
Dalia's voice is another of her outstanding characteristics. She has a warm and inviting tone that draws listeners in and makes them feel like they're talking to a friend. Her experience in the overdub industry has honed her vocal skills and allowed her to use her voice in a variety of creative projects. Dalia has worked on several voice-over projects, including audiobooks and commercials, and takes great pride in her ability to bring scripts to life with her vocal talents.
As a professional in the dubbing industry, Dalia has also developed a keen eye for detail and a deep understanding of storytelling. She believes that every project has a unique story to tell and loves working with clients to help bring their vision to life. Her work in the industry has allowed her to meet and collaborate with other talented creatives and expand her skillset in audio production and post-production.
In addition to her family life, Dalia has an unusual hobby that sets her apart from others. She is an avid collector of vintage teapots and loves to search for unique and interesting teapot designs to add to her collection. Her passion for teapots has also sparked an interest in tea ceremonies and the cultural significance behind this traditional practice.
Dalia's podcast covers a range of topics from parenting and family life to teapot collecting and tea culture. She loves sharing her insights and experiences with her listeners and hopes to inspire others to explore their interests and passions, no matter how unconventional they may seem.
Recently, Dalia has embarked on an exciting new project as the host of a 10-part podcast miniseries on Apple Podcasts called "Cómo ser un fracasado total" ("How to be a total failure"). In this series, Dalia shares stories and insights from people who have experienced failures and setbacks in their lives, and how they were able to learn and grow from these experiences.
The podcast explores the idea that failure is not something to be ashamed of, but rather an opportunity for growth and self-improvement. Dalia shares personal anecdotes and advice on how to embrace failure and use it as a springboard to success.
As host of the show, Dalia brings her trademark warmth and charisma to each episode, guiding listeners through the stories and helping them apply the lessons learned to their own lives. Her passion for storytelling and desire to help others overcome obstacles make her a perfect fit for this engaging and uplifting podcast.
Listeners have praised Dalia for her ability to connect with them on a personal level and inspire them to keep moving forward, even in the face of failure. The podcast has become a hit in Mexico and beyond, with listeners tuning in for Dalia's empowering words of wisdom and infectious enthusiasm for life.
When she's not podcasting, Dalia enjoys spending time with her family, traveling to new places, and discovering hidden gems in her hometown of Cancún. She is also an avid reader and loves curling up with a good book and a cup of tea in one of her favorite vintage teapots.