20 episodes

Nhung Vo interviews inspiring everyday people you don’t usually hear from. They share their stories, learnings and life tools.

Everyday People Podcast with Nhung Vo Nhung Vo

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

Nhung Vo interviews inspiring everyday people you don’t usually hear from. They share their stories, learnings and life tools.

    Season 2 in London with Nhung Vo

    Season 2 in London with Nhung Vo

    Australian comedian and Everyday People Podcast co-producer Annie Louey virtually interviews the host Nhung Vo who is currently based in London. Nhung talks about navigating settling in a new city and looking for work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nhung shares her podcasting journey and how she decided to continue doing the passion project in London. She also touches on one of her favourite reads of the year - First You Make The Beast Beautiful by Sarah Wilson. Connect with Nhung via LinkedIn or Instagram at @everydaypeople_podcast or @k_nhungvo.  Connect with Annie on Instagram at @annielouey or check out her work at https://www.annielouey.com/. 

    Season 2 of Everyday People Podcast with Nhung Vo is kindly sponsored by Alchemy Construct. 

    • 21 min
    Creating Yourself and Discipline in Creativity with Andrew Hedley

    Creating Yourself and Discipline in Creativity with Andrew Hedley

    Andrew Hedley is Kiwi and English, born in the UK, grew up in New Zealand and now based in London as a freelance creative designer and actor for the commercials industry. We talk about reinventing yourself in a new city, imposter syndrome, being an introvert in acting, disciplined creativity and approaching the big 40 milestone. Andrew also brings in a book called The Order of Time by Carlo Rovelli to discuss our perception of time. Find out more about Andrew on LinkedIn or andrewhedley.net. 

    Season 2 of Everyday People Podcast with Nhung Vo is kindly sponsored by Alchemy Construct. 

    • 21 min
    Saying Yes to Opportunities and Not Taking Life Too Seriously with Jason Kouwenhoven

    Saying Yes to Opportunities and Not Taking Life Too Seriously with Jason Kouwenhoven

    Jason Kouwenhoven is a Kiwi who arrived in London with university mates to work as a surveyor, save up and explore the world. He ended up staying for five years and is now married to a Londoner and currently works as a section engineer on a Crossrail construction project. Jason is a recent home owner in London and he shares some tips for buying your first home. He also brought in a book called Feral by George Monbiot to discuss ‘rewilding’. Find out more about Jason on LinkedIn. 

    Season 2 of Everyday People Podcast with Nhung Vo is kindly sponsored by Alchemy Construct.

    • 24 min
    Consuming Diverse Media and Having a Positive Relationship with Food with Natasha Evans

    Consuming Diverse Media and Having a Positive Relationship with Food with Natasha Evans

    Natasha Evans is a woman in tech and a newly qualified nutritionist and avid researcher. She talks about her experiences with growing up around media lacking in diversity. She also shares her journey from when she first heard of the word 'calorie' to now loving food again. Tash also brings in a book called The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey to discuss. Find out more about Tash on LinkedIn or on instagram at @nenutrition. 

    Season 2 of Everyday People Podcast with Nhung Vo is kindly sponsored by Alchemy Construct.

    • 26 min
    Wrapping Up Season 1 with Nhung Vo

    Wrapping Up Season 1 with Nhung Vo

    Everyday People Podcast producer Annie Louey interviews the host Nhung Vo on the final episode of Season 1. Nhung reflects on the last year of podcasting and how far the passion project has come since launching in July 2019. Nhung also recently left her full time job at the end of 2019 and is moving overseas to the UK on the Tier 5 Visa (before she turns 31!). She talks about her plans for London and the plans for Season 2.

    This conversation was recorded before Nhung settled in London (two weeks before Lockdown was announced by Boris Johnson). Follow Nhung's journey in London at https://herbloggingproject.wordpress.com/. 

    • 18 min
    Navigating Education and Making a Difference With Your Career Break With Candice Tan

    Navigating Education and Making a Difference With Your Career Break With Candice Tan

    At 13, Candice Tan's parents made the big decision to move the family from Singapore to Australia in the hope of giving Candice a more well rounded education. A high school work experience stint with the astrophysics department at Swinburne University that turned into a six year commitment sparked Candice's interest in science. But her love for books and philosophy lead Candice to pursue a Juris Doctor degree. After practicing commercial and construction litigation and arbitration in big law for four years, Candice was suddenly hit with physical illness and was advised by her GP to take a career break. During this time she seeked out blogs online from other lawyers who have gone through a similar experience and saw that there was a gap. Candice vowed that when she is on the other side of her healing that she would create a blog to help others who needed it. Candice now works as a lawyer in government and Legal Brew was born with the hope to make a difference in her chosen industry. Subscribe to the weekly Legal Brew newsletter at http://legalbrew.com.au/ or connect with Candice on LinkedIn or on Instagram at legal_brew. 

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Queenie apple ,

Lyn Swinburne

What an amazing lady, and Nhungbyour interview style is gracefully on point without ego. I love it’s about the person your interviewing not about you, which seems to be very common these days with podcast interviews. Brilliant work

elinormoshe ,

REAL

This podcast is real and refreshing. It’s like listening in to a conversation with friends. It’s such a brilliant concept too, inspiration can be taken from everyday people who are doing great things. You must listen inn

Rashiyadav ,

Fantastic

I am glad I came across your podcast as I recently had to endure a very tough break up. It was nice to hear the guest’s point of view about how we can be sometimes sabotaging our emotional being by having a victim mentality towards our exes. I could totally relate to it. And Nhung, can’t believe this was your first episode. You were extremely professional but at the same time had an immense warmth that emanated so well throughout. This episode was all hearts and your style of conducting podcast was very impressive. Definitely looking forward to the next episodes ❤️

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