Join in to listen to successful lifestyle solopreneurs to help you find the perfect balance between lifestyle, business, and self! Flavia Berys, the host of the LIFESTYLE SOLOPRENEUR podcast, is an attorney, marketing expert, and founder of several online academies. She’s been featured in major media including BBC World News, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, ESPN television, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Fox News, and more. On her podcast, she features solopreneur business owners and entrepreneurs who make a full time income from part-time work, and successfully avoid becoming “miserable millionaires” by learning what to do to stay happy and balanced. Her guests teach us how they earn smarter by working less, leaving time open for family, friends, travel and hobbies.
“Money doesn’t buy happiness, but money in the hands of a happy person? There’s no greater tool!”
Previously, Flavia practiced real estate law for one of the largest global law firms, involved in large-scale legal matters for Fortune 50 companies and other high-profile clients.
She currently teaches as an adjunct law professor and as an instructor at a local college.
Prior to and during law school, Flavia worked as a marketing consultant, cheerleading and dance team director, notary public signing agent, real estate broker, event and wedding planner, and magazine editor. Her wide array of professional experience enables her to serve her clients with resourcefulness, empathy and creativity.
She also works in the sports entertainment field as a consultant to pro-level entertainment & cheerleading squads.
She is the original creator of POM FIT™, CARDIO KICKLINE™, POM POM ABS™, and the POM POM FITNESS™ workouts, and is the founder of PRO CHEER LIFE™. Online classes are available at www.procheerlife.com.
Her book, Professional Cheerleading Audition Secrets: How To Become an Arena Cheerleader for NFL®, NBA®, and Other Pro Cheer Teams (Available on Amazon athttp://amzn.to/VOAEmg), is a best seller in its category!
She is an experienced judge and organizer for professional cheerleading auditions worldwide. The Wall Street Journal, Fox 6 San Diego, KFMB Channel 8 San Diego, Muscle & Fitness Magazine, Woman’s Digest, The La Jolla Light and other media have featured stories about Flavia’s involvement in the world of dance and cheerleading. Her 20-year involvement in the sport includes three years as a UCLA Cheerleader, five years as an instructor for the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA), and two years cheering professionally for the NFL as a San Diego Charger Girl before taking her cheerleading career behind the scenes.
Flavia coordinated the promotional appearances and transportation logistics for the 2002 and 2003 NFL Pro Bowl cheerleading programs in Honolulu, Hawaii, where she had the opportunity to meet and work with cheerleaders from almost every NFL football team as an Associate Producer for e2k Sports. She was also hired by e2k sports to direct the San Diego Sockers Performance Team, a professional co-ed stunt squad, for two seasons. Flavia also directed and choreographed the halftime shows for the 2000, 2001, and 2002 San Diego Jr. Charger Girl Programs, and organized and administered a series of youth cheerleading clinics on the island of Guam.
She worked internationally in Prague, Czech Republic, where she directed Eastern Europe’s first professional cheerleading team, the Eurotel Cheerleaders, which was later renamed the Chilli Cheerleaders. She serves as the executive advisor to professional cheerleading teams such as the San Diego Enforcer Girls in the NPSFL football league.
In her spare time, Flavia enjoys horse polo, rock climbing, yoga, aerial circus arts, motorcycles, reading, and dance.
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