Ep #148 Interview With Lunide Louis Professor & Podcast Host - Roman Prokopchuk's Digital Savage Experience Podcast

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I got to interview Lunide Louis.

Born in Haiti—a third world country, Lunide migrated to New York City at the age of 10.  She spent 12 years in Boston, Massachusetts where she received her bachelors and Master’s degree in Organizational Psychology. Today, Lunide lives in San Diego, California, a move she made back in 2011 to pursue her Doctorate degree in Organizational Psychology and Leadership.  

Lunide, is the host of the Best Morning Routine Ever! Podcast. The podcast is the first of its kind devoting a whole show discussing effective morning routine tips and chatting with entrepreneurs and thought leaders in their appropriate fields on how their healthy morning habits have contributed to their success.  

As a revered MBA professor, Lunide has taught Business Intelligence (BI) Data Mining, Project Management courses at CSPP in San Diego California for the past 5 years. In addition to being an esteemed Entrepreneur, MBA Professor and SAP Systems Implementor, Lunide runs full Marathons and Triathlons to keep physically fit and reads over 50 business books every each year to keep mentally fit. At the age of 32, Lunide completed a half ironman–a 70.3 mile triathlon. She had to learn to swim for that one! The race consist of a 1.2 miles swim, 56 mile bike ride and 13.1 miles run. Dr. Louis embraces a challenge!

We spoke about:

  • Her journey to now
  • How it was to immigrate to the United States from Haiti as a child.
  • What motivates her.
  • Weaknesses she's turned into strengths.
  • Advice she has for the audience.
  • And much more.

This episode is sponsored by Nova Zora Digital experts in analytics.