About Dilara…


Dilara Esengil is an attorney from California who works as a private consultant to high level executives across a broad spectrum of industries, including but not limited to technology, food and beverage, raw materials, logistics, distribution, entertainment and various international private and governmental agencies.

Connecting people and ideas, marketing and communication have always been second nature for Ms. Esengil. As she reads us an excerpt from her book, soon to be published, “Love Goat”,  she states “I was collecting signatures from not only my classroom but from all of the elementary school classes at the age of five to save the Harp Seals.”

Organizing people, thoughts and creating harmony and success in every project she undertakes, Dilara has taken a unique approach to marketing. Growing up in the Bay Area where she attended UC Berkeley, Dilara’s studies in Philosophy, physics and mathematics, in part under the direction of one of the greatest Philosophers of our time, Prof. John Searle, has had a profound influence on her life. Although her early legal career began in criminal law,  Ms. Esengil broadened her decade-long experience in SVU  into a solo practice in the Bay Area.  She later started X Marketing, Inc.: a nationwide branding and marketing agency. During her years as CEO and Founder, Dilara maintained a small law practice on the side. Her company celebrated fifteen years of marketing major, worldwide brands.

Currently, Ms Esengil resides in Southern California. A good distance from her skateboarder-beach-girl roots, Ms. Esengil laughs as she recounts the places she has lived. A Santa Cruz native, her choice to attend UC Berkeley was a sort of homage to her small hometown.  She then went on to live in the lower Haight in San Francisco, where she attended USF law school, but got her degree from New College of the Law. She smiles as she tells us that story, yet keeps the juicy parts to be published in her book. “The next logical move was to Los Angeles.”

Personally, Ms. Esengil values her private time as her career is spent profitably connecting people wherever she goes. Her passion, however, lies in the arts. She is set on doing big things for humanity and animals; not a far path travelled from her Harp seal efforts. Her true gift (although I think she has many), she claims, is in the form of ink and paper. “I’m a writer,” she says. “I wrote my first book at the age of five. By thirteen, I had written my second one.” Although it has been a roundabout journey in getting her first novel published, she looks at all the different things she has done, and states, “Well, that’s just life. You get to where you are going by keeping your goals in sight.”

And just what is Dilara’s goal and passion?

“To change the world and make it a better place than when I first arrived here some years ago.”

“Like Joan of Arc said,” she pauses as I wonder where she gets her strength, energy and enthusiasm for life, Dilara smiles as if she is about to reveal some juicy secret and says “ I was born to do this.”

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*** Biography written by Irony James ****

11 replies »

  1. I met Dilara almost two(2) years ago when we both were looking at a picture of a man with his head stuck up an elephant’s ass. We both wrote a comment in regard to the picture and seem to instantly become friends. We seemed to be genetically matched in a lot of ways. She allowed me to read Love Goat and I knew instantly that she was a very talented young lady who wasn’t going to let anything stop her from goals. I feel so very fortunate to be considered a friend of Dilara.

  2. I love having you as a neighbor and a friend…i’ll miss you as a neighbor. Can’t wait to see my chapter in Love Goat:
    “I met Jon Mankuta as his fame as an actor and voice-over artist first rose to conquer Hollywood…yes, I knew him when…” 😉

  3. A large percentage of of what you claim is astonishingly accurate and that makes me wonder why I had not looked at this in this light previously. This particular article truly did switch the light on for me personally as far as this particular subject goes. However at this time there is actually 1 issue I am not necessarily too comfortable with so while I try to reconcile that with the central theme of the point, allow me observe just what the rest of the readers have to say.Very well done.

  4. Just wanted to say I enjoy reading your threads on Twitter. There aren’t too many people focusing on love, so keep it up. We’re winning and it’s going to get a whole lot better.

  5. Dilara has changed my life…forever. I knew instantly she was a one-of-a-kind genuine gift of God. She lives her life with a spirit of love, intelligence and is a bright light in the darkness of our world.

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