The Dream Big Podcast is a family-friendly podcast inspiring kids (and adults!) to pursue their passions in life and take action to make their dreams a reality. Your hosts Eva Karpman (currently 10-years-old in the 5th grade) and mom Olga Karpman interview world-class performers who do what they love and live their dreams each and every day. Eva also does solo episode where she answers questions from our audience and discusses personal development principles. The Dream Big Podcast’s short 15-20 minute format makes for the perfect length to listen to an episode in the car with your kids. Subscribe and together we can inspire each other to dream big and take action. To get to the podcast website, cut and paste the link DreamBigPodcast.com into your browser. Get ready to DREAM BIG!
Why You Need To Learn To Stand Up For Yourself
Have you ever wanted to speak up for yourself and for whatever reason stayed quiet? This episode was inspired by Maria Menounos. Maria has been a primetime TV personality for many years, serving as host of Extra and E! News. Now you would think that for someone who has made a living speaking on live TV that Maria would have no problem at all speaking up for herself at work! But that was not always the case. Thank you Maria for inspiring this episode. For our show notes, visit DreamBigPodcast.com/262
The secret to building confidence (not what you want it to be!)
There are so many experts out there claiming to be able to teach you a shortcut to building confidence. Recently we heard Chris Bosh, former NBA all-star, champion and Olympic Gold medalist, describe how he developed his confidence on the basketball court. In this episode, Eva shares Chris’ illuminating answer, as well as an amazing quote from martial arts legend Bruce Lee on confidence. For our show notes, visit DreamBigPodcast.com/261
The hard truth about pursuing your Big Dreams
When we stumbled across a video on Matt D'Avella Youtube channel entitled “The truth about chasing your dreams,” we took the bait and had to watch. In the video, Matt shared his “ 3-year rule” which is that in order to find success in any field you need to dedicate at least three years before you can expect to see significant results. In this episode, Eva explores the meaning of the word “success,” why success does not equal making lots of money. For our show notes, visit DreamBigPodcast.com/260
How To Get Comfortable With The Uncomfortable
This week Eva shares lessons she learned from Luvvie Ajayi Jones’ Ted Talk entitled “Get Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable.” Luvvie is a bestselling author and world renowned speaker, but for many years she refused to publicly admit she was a writer. When she was turning thirty, Luvvie decided to embrace the idea of stepping outside of her comfort zone. Inspired by Luvvie’s Ted Talk, Eva encourages all of you young Big Dreamers to push outside of your comfort zone. Show notes at DreamBigPodcast.
Rebecca Zamolo, Youtuber Extraordinaire, On Why Awkward Moments Make Her Happy!
We were thrilled when Rebecca Zamolo’s publicist reached out to see if Eva was interested in interviewing Rebecca, who is promoting her new book “The Game Master: Summer Schooled." Rebecca is one of the most innovative content creators in the world, with multiple award winning Youtube channels with over 30 million subscribers. She also has had a fascinating life story. Everything Rebecca does is entertaining and will make you smile. Show notes at DreamBigPodcast.com/258
Let The Paint Dry! (especially when you are overwhelmed)
Daniel J. Watts is a legendary Broadway performer, appearing in nine Broadway shows including Hamilton, In The Hnines and Memphis. He literally painted with his feet while masterfully sharing his life experience leading up to and during the pandemic. Daniel uses the metaphor of paint, sharing that in life sometimes we need to let the paint dry. Eva shares how she is implementing Daniel’s advice in her own life and why this is such a powerful metaphor. Visit DreamBigPodcast.com/257 for our show notes.
It’s pretty good I listen to it a lot so 4 stars
Your podcast or one of the best
My name is Kitana my favourite episode is Dr. Shefali you have inspired me to make a podcast with my parents I am eight❤️❤️❤️😊❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😊😊😊😊😊❤️😊😊😊😊😊😊😊❤️😊😊❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😊😊😊❤️😊❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😊😊😊❤️😊😊❤️😊❤️😊😊😊
Hi my name is Scarlett but you can call me Charlotte I love how your projects are always so positive I love how you did it but there is one improvement might want to do so everyone podcast you can not that much Internet people but I will give it a four-star evia you really good at making me smile thank you