284 episodes

Welcome to Karlosophies, I'm Karly Nimmo... and to be honest, I'm still very much figuring out this thing called life. Karlosophies has been a training ground for me to show up and speak up. It's grown and changed, as I've grown and changed. It started as a way for me to come to terms with the biggest failure of my life, and now that the failure chapter is officially closed, I want to explore what it's like to live life with the lid off.... what happens when you start living a life free of others expectation, and at times, your own... and start living a life in brilliant technicolour.

Each week, I'll show up and peel back another layer of the stories that make up the fabric of who I am... and occasionally I'll dive deep with a guest on a topic that has piqued my curiosity. The intention of this podcast is to help you to remember, and step into, the truth, power and potential of who you really are. It's chock a block full of inspiring stories, business tips and takeaways to implement into your life for positive change.

So show up and let Karlosophies speak to you, in any way you need it to.

Karlosophies Karly Nimmo

    • Entrepreneurship
    • 4.9, 45 Ratings

Welcome to Karlosophies, I'm Karly Nimmo... and to be honest, I'm still very much figuring out this thing called life. Karlosophies has been a training ground for me to show up and speak up. It's grown and changed, as I've grown and changed. It started as a way for me to come to terms with the biggest failure of my life, and now that the failure chapter is officially closed, I want to explore what it's like to live life with the lid off.... what happens when you start living a life free of others expectation, and at times, your own... and start living a life in brilliant technicolour.

Each week, I'll show up and peel back another layer of the stories that make up the fabric of who I am... and occasionally I'll dive deep with a guest on a topic that has piqued my curiosity. The intention of this podcast is to help you to remember, and step into, the truth, power and potential of who you really are. It's chock a block full of inspiring stories, business tips and takeaways to implement into your life for positive change.

So show up and let Karlosophies speak to you, in any way you need it to.

    Why I am all about showing up and speaking up

    Why I am all about showing up and speaking up

    Today in Karlosophies, Karly talks about why she is all about showing up and speaking up. She talks about her new program and shares the background story behind it. She shares her experiences about speaking up and explains why she thinks that this is something important to talk about.

    Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com

    • 13 min
    Anger and Feeling the Feels

    Anger and Feeling the Feels

    Today in Karlosophies, Karly is talking about the anger and feeling the feels. She shares her story that is related to anger and she explains why denying anger can be quite unhealthy. She also shares her thoughts on what are the healthy expressions of anger.

    Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com

    • 13 min
    An exciting announcement

    An exciting announcement

    In today's episode of Karlosophies, Karly has an exciting announcement for us. She is launching a free program that would be focusing around awareness, acceptance, possibility and permission. She explains why this would be a free program and tells us in details what the program is all about.

    Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com

    • 10 min
    What does leadership look like in these times

    What does leadership look like in these times

    Today in Karlosophies, Karly is talking about what leadership looks like in these times. She is explaining how important the role of leadership is and that change requires leadership. She explains why she thinks that both leadership and courage are deeply required right now.


    Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com

    • 29 min
    Why its not always as easy as changing our thoughts change our world

    Why its not always as easy as changing our thoughts change our world

    In this episode of Karlosophies, Karly is talking about why its not always as easy as changing our thoughts change our world. She explains why she thinks that if we are privileged we need to stop, listen and understand so that we could be living in a different world.

    Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com

    • 14 min
    Growing up white and racist in Australia and where we can start dismantling our own racism

    Growing up white and racist in Australia and where we can start dismantling our own racism

    Whist I've been engaged in many private conversations this week, I've had hesitations about sharing publicly...
    Firstly, I am not Aboriginal and, secondly, I'm certainly not an expert. Like, at all... by any stretch of the imagination. Oh and thirdly, I've got stuff I'm absolutely still learning and unlearning. I absolutely have bias - conscious and unconscious. But without awareness nothing can, or will, EVER change. I'm not here for that.
    It's become heartbreakingly obvious to me that many were not given the same education or experiences as I have. And so many of you honestly don't know where to start.
    I don't believe it should be solely the responsibility of our Indigenous brothers and sisters to educate us. 230 years of trying to tell us can only be exhausting and frustrating. It's time for us to step up.
    So here are some super practical places you can start.
    Learn our history. It's brutal and ugly and totally f****d up. Don't look away. Take it onboard.
    In the early 90s I had an incredible rogue teacher who taught us the truth of Australia's history. I'm so grateful to this incredible woman. Here is one of the videos she shared with us back in the early 90s (be prepared to cry - it's heartbreaking):
    https://www.youtube.com/watch...
    Edit: a few people shared the film 'In My Blood It Runs'. I'll be watching it this weekend. Here's how you can too: https://https://inmyblooditruns.com/screenings/
    Learn about the land you live on. Know what country you are on and know more about the people who inhabited it for 60000 years before we arrived.
    Here's a map so you can find out which Indigenous nation you reside: http://nationalunitygovernment.org/.../aboriginal-australia-m...
    But that's only the beginning of the genocide. Check out this map to learn more about what happened on your own country: https://c21ch.newcastle.edu.au/colonialmassacres/map.php
    Go study Australian history. Our education system has, and continues, to let us down in this area. And I would like to see MASSIVE change when it comes to what is taught in school. A common comment from the friends I've been speaking with this week is that they know more about other countries and cultures than they do our own. And that could all change in one generation, if we learned this stuff early on.
    But it's easy to blame the system. It means we, as individuals, get to pass the buck. That's not good enough.
    Education starts at home.
    There are often plenty of resources available via your local library. You can often find local language resources and books about local culture and history. One simple trick is to type which Country you live on into the search box at your library. See what comes up.
    Edited to add: Here's a couple of websites that are not indigenous run but are created in consultation:
    https://www.creativespirits.info
    https://australianstogether.org.au
    Have conversations with your children about what they know... share what you are learning with them. They are NEVER too young. I've been having these conversations with my little one since before she was old enough to understand.
    There are some seriously amazing kids books out there. I remember loving the dreamtime books as a kid - Rainbow Serpent was a fav of mine and now my daughter. These should all be at your local library and school. Plus, check out Magabala Books for some great reads (adults and kids, fiction and non-fiction - it's all there): https://www.magabala.com/
    Listen to Indigenous stories and voices. Here's a few podcasts that I LOVE....
    Obviously, Indigenous Health MedTalks (because I produce it).
    Tiddas 4 Tiddas
    Always was, always will be our stories (Marlee Silva's new podcast - she was the host of Tiddas 4 Tiddas)
    Black Magic Woman
    A few days ago I shared a document that contained details of places you can donate and campaigns you can lend your voice to....

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

Inner Nut Shell ,

Awesomely Raw

Real human sharing real life and real emotions. Loving the honesty of our shared existence.

katsem64 ,

Ep.96 Give Yourself Permission - Yes

Raw and honest as usual from Karly, so much insight and authenticity

CarlyFin ,

From the heart, interesting and funny chats

I love Karlosophies for the in depth, honest and funny chats. Karly and her guests admit to failures that have helped them towards success. I really enjoy how Karly shares a lot of her own vulnerabilities in her free flow conversations. Thanks.

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