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Have two weeks off this year and thinking of where to go next? I interview locals or expats from around the world. They share what the travel guides sometimes miss for a more local, authentic experience. See Traveltalk.io for more information!
 
Starting and growing your business as an expat will test you to the limit but the rewards can more than compensate. Become a business hero for your customers, your family and of course yourself. But first you have to navigate your fears and concerns, adopt the right mindset, learn from others mistakes, build a supportive network and have a smart plan. Join Alex Congdon, a UK expat in Switzerland, as he interviews expat business entrepreneurs and experts from around the world as they share th ...
 
Every Friday we talk about second passports, offshore gold vaults, asset protection, foreign real estate investing, freedom & liberty, private international banking, digital privacy & protection, alternative assets and other things from the offshore space you will not find anywhere else! Subscribe and listen to The Expat Money Show before the government makes us take this down! Visit us at https://ExpatMoneyShow.com to get exclusive content not found anywhere else. Join our Facebook Group at ...
 
|| I'm here to demystify the ethos around what it means to be an immigrant || What began out of curiosity to unravel my own family's journey - as African-born Indians who found a new home in the UK - opened my eyes to a much bigger question: What exactly is an immigrant? Does the 'immigrant mindset' really exist? In this series, I interview those that left their home country to determine why they left, how they created a new life, the impact it had on their identity, and ultimately, what com ...
 
Each episode is a different interview that explores software engineering, expat life, work culture, mental health and other things. Contains episodes in english and portuguese. Find me on Twitter or Instagram by @raphamorims. Illustration created by Leonardo Carvalho (@itsleodraws on Instagram). Opening song "Slow Burn" by Kevin MacLeod.
 
The Motherland Connect Podcast takes listeners on a journey of discovering travel, exploration, and freedom through the Black travel experience lens. Every episode is a powerful listening adventure with insights around connecting people across the globe to the black diaspora in authentic ways. You’ll hear interviews and stories from new and seasoned travelers alike, Black ex-pats, Black entrepreneurs and business owners across the world, conscious black travelers, and you’ll learn more about ...
 
A podcast dedicated to sharing the travel stories of Malayali's around the world . The stories will be shared as personal memoir as well as travelers Interview As an expat for more that 16 years , i left India at the age of 26 and along the way i was finding my passion in traveling. I am hoping this will help the travel enthusiast to connect and inspire to take their journey from Kerala to the world ലോകമെമ്പാടുമുള്ള മലയാളിയുടെ യാത്രാ കഥകൾ പങ്കിടുന്നതിന് സമർപ്പിച്ച ഒരു പോഡ്‌കാസ്റ്റ്. സ്റ്റോറി ...
 
Intermark company is pleased to present its new project “Intermark Talks – Moscow expat life”. “Intermark Talks – Moscow expat life” is a series of podcasts in which we interview our friends and partners from various organizations that are popular among expats in Moscow, such as international schools, foreign associations, European medical centers and many others. Here we are discussing important topics, asking interesting questions and sharing impressions about Moscow. About us Intermark fo ...
 
A broadcast from different parts of South Africa. We meet various locals and visitors to our shores, mostly from the comedy and entertainment field.Topics are varied and unpredictable, including local goings-on, current world events, and how they impact on South Africa... all discussed by mostly opinionated and not-very-serious guests. (Although we have sent out meeting requests to Nobel Prize winners, but they're all too busy on Twitter to speak to us at the moment. Perhaps one day.)For mor ...
 
Hi, I'm Daniel De Biasi, and I'm fascinated by people who achieved incredible things. In this podcast, I want to share with you stories of people who emigrate and re-start their life in a new country. I invite you to join me as I explore emigrant's stories. We would dive deep into how they did it, what reasons pushed them to leave their life behind, what challenges they faced, and what they managed to accomplish. I left Italy at 27, moved to the opposite side of the world, New Zealand, and t ...
 
Traveller, cyclist, and expat with over 15 years experience living abroad in six different countries. By no means an expert at bike touring, join me to learn how to get started with bike touring, different hacks, tricks, and techniques you can use to improve your bike touring experience, or just to hear some of their great experiences along the way. A new episode will be released as often as possible, on various topics related to bike touring adventures.
 
Living abroad can be an adventure...and as a US Citizen it can be challenging! On the second Tuesday of each month, the American Citizens Abroad (ACA) team dives into an array of issues concerning Americans residing abroad, from managing expat life to finances to culture shock to trailing spouses and everything in-between! Join us as we explore the reality of life as an American living abroad.
 
The Bootcast is all about adventure and purpose. Travel Tales, Adventure Antics and Personal Stories of Triumph from guests all over the world. Eugene Devereux of the Irish Bootstrapper brand interviews people on this podcast & video series, with core themes of #MentalHealth, #Adventure and #FindingPurpose.Hopefully you can gain something from these insights to help you in your own life or at least be entertained. Please leave a review or rating wherever you listen to your pods.Become The Jo ...
 
Listen in as two expat Americans, Sarah Taylor and Kevin McCarthy, take on the task of telling American audiences what life in Tübingen, Germany is all about. They interview members of the community, discuss local issues, and reflect candidly on life in Germany with its many cultural differences and similarities, realizing that there's so much more they have to learn about this cycling, studying, stocherkahning municipality of the Swabian South that they've called home for the past several y ...
 
A dreamer, intellectual, and comedienne walk into a bar and magic happens—magic in the form of this refreshing and relatable podcast all about modern family life and the important role that friendships and connections play in our happiness and, let’s face it, in our survival. And while they are not in an actual bar, these three very different American women, Jaimi Gadaix (the dreamer), Amy Martin (the intellectual), and Nicki Doerr (the comedienne), are all a part of the same friendship circ ...
 
The Travel is Real is a podcast about hearing captivating stories from adventures abroad. Each guest on the episode reveals an experience which occurred while traveling, backpacking, or living abroad. These stories range from fun, comedic, risqué, to bizarre, gross, harrowing or horrific. As long as the if the narrative is intriguing, I want to hear it! Typically if an interview revolves around an arduous, dangerous, or harrowing narrative, the guest and I will give advice and tips, so liste ...
 
Travel, productivity and general mucking about... the good life abroad... the tendency to add prefixing letters to the word 'office'... All of these things shouldn't be discussed in any length, and will. Join me as I prance around in foreign countries, interview interesting people and discuss notions related to living and working abroad. All whilst failing to do any justice at all to any of the subjects at hand.
 
Comedian Rosie Tran interviews a motley crew of her friends, colleagues, and contemporaries in an interview and conversational style podcast that delves into various topics from comedy to the nature of the human spirit. Please listen, like, subscribe, comment, share, and donate to the podcast! Your donations and support keep the podcast going! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/out-of-the-box-podcast/support
 
Conversations with folks just like you getting creative in making their travel dreams come true - whether combining with work, volunteering, family or some other way...and not letting limited vacation time or funds diminish their goals. Listen to great travel stories and creative approaches to inspire your next travel adventure. Hosted by 9th House Studios owner Jen Miller.
 
The English podcast about life with the Dutch. Stories from people who have come to live in the Netherlands and those who are thinking about taking the plunge.Stories to make you laugh, cry, pull your hair out and jump for joy. An uplifting new series of podcasts produced by Andy Clark. Here in Holland has interview podcasts to give you expert info and advice on life in the Netherlands.Here in Holland has story podcasts too - internationals share their stories on life in one of the greatest ...
 
If you have a passion for the Spanish language, Latin music, and travel, then this podcast is for you. Learn to speak Spanish like a native speaker with weekly conversations and fun, music-based Spanish lessons. If you want to be fluent in Spanish, the best way to learn Spanish is to immerse yourself in the culture. Learn Spanish fast that you can use in real world Spanish conversations and close your Spanish grammar textbooks. Whether you're a Spanish beginner or intermediate Spanish learne ...
 
Ever wanted to make travel a lifestyle with your significant other? Travelling the world while earning money has never been more accessible. On the Travel Couple Podcast, we interview a couple every Wednesday that is doing just that. We talk travel, relationships, and how they earn money while on the road. Learn how you can do the same through becoming a digital nomad, finding remote work, becoming location independent, blog, vlog, photograph, and so much more!
 
John Craig, (a.k.a. Echan deravy) born in Scotland, has lived multiple lives as an expat in Japan. He has been an entrepreneur in the West and the East, has written and translated over 40 books on new paradigm science, spirituality, travel and ancient civilization as well as translated works on consciousness, health and ecology. As a documentary film maker he has recently produced 'Why on Earth' about a barefoot walk across Iceland as well as 'Earth Pilgrims' filmed in six different countrie ...
 
Welcome to Women of Color Talk Biz, the podcast show. Coming to you from the San Francisco Bay Area in California. I’m your host, Monica Barriga-Weyers, and I’m an experienced Digital Content Marketer from LA who has transplanted to the East Bay. This podcast show is a weekly interview-style format release. It's a place where women of color listen in on the hidden rules of business, how-to strategies, and journeys women have taken in their careers, small businesses, or as multi-hyphenates. W ...
 
“China Now” is a live daily show on China Radio International (CRI). Launched in December 2006, the show aims to showcase the real China to the world, by reporting on Chinese society and culture. Previously known as “Beyond Beijing”, which has now become the name of the whole frequency, “China Now” was the first show CRI launched via its overseas FM stations. China Now is broadcast live between 2-5 pm Beijing Time, Monday to Friday. Each edition contains more than ten segments, including A D ...
 
Interested in starting your own online location-independent business but you lack any real ecommerce experience? Or maybe you’re an entrepreneur already earning money from your laptop but are looking to optimize your Drop Ship, Amazon FBA, Affiliate, Niche site or other online business. Learning what works and what doesn’t use to be very time consuming…but not anymore. Listen in each week as Mike reviews all the weeks leading podcasts and delivers to you the listener only the real actionable ...
 
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Today's guest on the Expat Money Show is Mikkel Thorup. Recently I was interviewed on The Brian Nichols Show and it was such a great interview that I wanted to share with you what it's like to be on the other side of the podcast microphone. This time around Brian asks the questions and I get to answer them. Have you wondered what I do, day to day i…
 
En este episodio, regresa Kesia Sosa para compartirnos como se celebra el día de la independencia en la República Dominicana. Ella explica un poquito sobre la historia de República Dominicana y la relación complicada entre el país y su vecino Haiti que comparten la misma isla. Escucha temporada 2 del podcast Dominican Spanish 101 at dominicanspanis…
 
When you move to Germany, like with other countries, you might find yourself needing to re-invent yourself due to the language and the culture. For example: if you were funny and outgoing in your home country, you might suddenly feel like you're introverted and "boring" in social situations in Germany. And how do you deal with feeling that you can'…
 
Ashlee is originally from the United States. In her early 20s, she decided that she wanted to move to a new country to start fresh without her family's pressure. Her way to move abroad was through an Au pair experience in Paris, France. She wanted to learn French, and she found a family host that was right for her. She liked it so much that she Au …
 
As the youngest of the Dattani brothers, Prakash Dattani moved with the rest of the family to Jinja, Uganda, only months after being born. In this episode, he recalls some very happy and emotional memories of growing up, schooling, family life and close friendships with all of his siblings (and even their friends).…
 
Jess Harris is an American English Teacher who made Colombia his home! Fast-forward several years and now he’s the Head of English at Platzi! Find out why he decided to dive into Colombian culture and what helped him to continue his language learning journey. Contact Jess on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter Check out Platzi! Follow Clever Hybrids o…
 
Today’s guests on the Expat Money Show are Nick Fabbri & Terysa Vanderloo, expats from the UK, who have a truly amazing story that started way back in 2009. They live a life most only dream of. They sail around the world documenting as they go for all to see. In May 2015, they set off on their sailing adventure and in 2016 they created their YouTub…
 
In this episode, I'm answering a listener question that you may have been thinking about lately. Christen asked how she can learn Spanish with her husband and two daughters. I give 5 tips for how to learn Spanish as a family, ideas for activities in Spanish you can do together, and several resources to help you get started. Go to our show notes pag…
 
Growing up in Australia, Louise got surrounded by people her age that immersed themselves in exploring the world. At 22, Louise left Australia for the US. While the majority of her peers went for Europe, Louise's mindset was to take another path. From the US, she reached Canada, then Mexico, and finally London, where she worked as a chef in a ski r…
 
Comedian Rosie Tran (@FunnyRosie) interviews Expat Mikkel Thorup (@ThorupMikkel) about his podcast and network, The Expat money show. Mikkel helps people learn to secure their money and move overseas, take advantage of location, financial arbitrage, and live a more free life. Informational podcast with an interesting and knowledgeable expert. Websi…
 
What are common misconceptions that foreigners have about the job application process in Germany? What makes a good CV? What are assessment centers? We try to answer some of these questions in this episode. To do it, I'm joined by Ivan from Bulgaria (and previous guest on the show), who has extensive experience working as an HR consultant in German…
 
Miguel Hernandez, the CEO of Grumo Media, has been producing videos for over 10 years! In this episode, we tap into his knowledge of what it takes to successfully produce and market videos online. If Logitech wanted to work with him, he must be doing something right! Contact Miguel on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter Check out his website and his Y…
 
Today’s guests on the Expat Money Show are Jessica & Will Sueiro. Since 2014 they have been travelling the world - one hometown at a time. Together with their free-spirited children, Avalon and Largo, the family have visited 70 countries in their quest to provide a global education for their children, while building a deeper bond as a family. Over …
 
In this episodes of the show, American David McNeill shares his story of global travel and remote work abroad. Learn about: Experiencing Asia for the first time Moving from the ups n' downs of a Tech career to a life of entrepreneurship Being an American abroad during the Trump term How Expat Empire can help you with your move/life abroad I'd reall…
 
Latasha Moore went from waiting anxiously to finding out if she qualified for a study abroad program to applying for her first bilingual job, and finally starting her own business. In our conversation, we talk about: What qualifications you really need to work abroad (*spoiler alert: you DON'T need to pass any difficult exams to do it) How cultural…
 
This episode consists of 3 interviews. Our first is with Laura Ricci, a global nomad, about what exactly a global nomad is, the lifestyle, tips for those who are interested in traveling the world for an undetermined amount of time, and much more. Secondly, we chat with Laura Snyder, to get an update on TAP, how TAP is recruiting her replacement, an…
 
Amaia, originally from Spain but now living in Düsseldorf, Germany, started the Expats and Spouses Monitor with Dr. Carlos Morales. Their goal: it is a research project that aims to understand the living and working conditions of expatriates and their spouses or partners living in Germany. With this data, they hope to help stakeholders, such as Ger…
 
Liu moved to a small town just outside of Valencia in the middle of the pandemic. She has quickly started her own business and adjusting well to living in a new country. Hear about everything she has learned, adjusted to, and things she wished she knew before moving to Spain. Check out our other social media platforms. Website: https://lovingspainl…
 
Being a student abroad is a big challenge, but our guest Mo has proved that nothing is impossible. Not only did he was able to study overseas, but Mo also got accepted at Oxford University! Despite the difficulties he experienced from studying in Nigeria, where resources are not advanced, it is incredible to witness how Mo's perseverance and determ…
 
In Episode 046 of the Bike Tour Adventures Podcast, I was interviewed by Adam Hugill, a friend that has been on the podcast a couple times and co-hosted episodes on several occasions in addition to this. In this episode Adam and I speak about how I got into bike touring, what type of touring I prefer, my most recent adventure in the summer of 2020,…
 
For the first time in the TJO series, I was blessed to be able to speak with two members of my family at the same time - mother and daughter Shobhana and Rupal Amlani. As one of the four Dattani sibling sisters, Shobhana fai recalls how much she enjoyed the life of growing up in Jinja, leaving for Mombasa not long before Idi Amin's request for the …
 
Channel your inner child! Maria Elena (Malen) Munoz is changing the game as a LEGO SERIOUS PLAY certified facilitator helping companies identify problems from the bottom up. Learn about this method as well as Malen's tips for making stronger connections even through the camera lens. Contact Malen on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter Check out her web…
 
In 2016, Daniel packed up everything to move from the San Francisco Bay Area to Medellín, Colombia. He soon found that having conversations with the locals in Spanish beyond basic interactions was a challenge. Drawing up his experience with language learning and the tech world, he began to experiment with the idea of creating a solution for interme…
 
Daniel lived in New Zealand and moved to Romania with his wife and son to live with his wife's sick grandparents. Daniel shared how he fell so in love with the country but sadly, his negative experiences while living in Romania has painted a painful image of it in his memory. He and his wife got divorced not long after moving to Romania and giving …
 
What are the standard costs of living you can expect in Germany? Do you really need so much insurance in Germany? And why pay the Rundfunkbeitrag if you don't watch German TV? Jen is from Guatemala and is the co-founder of Simple Germany. She joins me to discuss her story, and the cost of living in Germany. As a basis for our discussion, we use her…
 
In part 2, I continue the conversation with my Dad, where he opens up more on a number of key areas of his life: - What the situation in Jinja was like just before he left. - Finding and working his first few jobs in London. - Going back to visit Jinja and his family. - Setting up shop to help the rest of his siblings come over from Uganda. - and m…
 
Today’s guest on the Expat Money Show is Remso Martinez. Remso is an author, social media consultant, and host of On The Run at the We Are Libertarians Network. He previously served as the Outreach Director at Parler and prior to that, the Social Media Coordinator at The Washington Times. I first got introduced to Remso Martinez by my very good fri…
 
In this episode of The Bootcast, Englishman Graham Cullis shares his story of how art saved him from the depths of depression. From travelling around the world, surfing and running concerts, today's guest is now a brilliant artist and ambassador for promoting mental health awareness. Oh and the famous Irish Blindboy Boatclub is a big inspiration fo…
 
Jamila Ball is a Spanish linguist specializing in Black-centric language coaching that promotes intercultural connections in the African diaspora. In our conversation, Jamila shares: Why your identity and cultural competency can be assets that make you more marketable How to get started as a linguist, interpreter, or translator -- even if it's a pr…
 
For those of you who know me, this is an extra special episode for me personally. In Episode 3, I have the great fortune of sitting down with my Dad, Dinesh Dattani (the same man that can recall the dates of his stories impeccably but not know where the remote control is) to relive some fonds memories from his early years. In part 1 of this two-par…
 
Eleonora was born in Italy and first left for the United States in 2017. Her first trip away from home left her so homesick, but this impression didn't stop her from leaving her country again for the US. With Eleonora's impressive 3D fashion designing skills, a company abroad noticed her through an Instagram page she set up for her designs. Current…
 
In this episode of Bike Tour Adventures, I speak with Cory Mortensen about his 2-month leave of absence in which he cycled from Minnesota to California. In this story of self-discovery, Cory broke away from society's expectations and embarked on an adventure that forever changed his life's trajectory. After 20 years of adventure and travel, Cory ha…
 
Today's guest on the Expat Money Show is, well Mikkel Thorup. Who better to talk about the Expat life and How to Move to Panama, than someone who has lived and worked in 7 countries over the last 20 years, and who moved his family 2 years ago to Panama? In today's episode, Mikkel will talk about all of the things you might be thinking of when tryin…
 
Learn the lyrics to the salsa song El día de mi suerte by Hector Lavoe. You'll learn how to easily identify Spanish verbs in the future tense and imperfect past tense. Plus, there's some tricky grammar in the song that we'll help you identify and learn how to use in daily conversation. Show Notes: https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/107 This episo…
 
We often hear great stories of people who moved to the US, but Americans immigrating to other countries, especially Asia. This week, we listen to Amanda's story, who first experienced a new life abroad when she studied in Paris. After graduating from university, Amanda didn't feel the spark to go back to her country, which is why she was easily enc…
 
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