Funny and heartfelt, this podcast draws on the realities of expat life to offer you smart and simple solutions so that you can quickly (and painlessly!) adapt. Be successful, find your purpose abroad and stay connected with those who mean the most.
198: Visibility’s Love/Hate Parallel
Sundae reveals her top tips for improving professional visibility. She recognizes how fear of rejection holds many people back from putting themselves out there and how to incrementally conquer it. Drawing from her own entrepreneurial journey, Sundae also shares where many coaching schools fail, how to avoid unfair comparison, and ways to leverage brand authenticity to attract ideal clients.
197: Dual-Career Couples
HR specialist, Yvonne Quahe, joins Sundae for a frank dialogue about the professional disadvantages faced by accompanying spouses. As a seasoned coach, facilitator, and author of “Whose Career, Yours, Mine or Ours,” Yvonne offers proven tips to help dual-career couples achieve fairness and avoid resentment. Listen in to discover how entrepreneurship empowers and safeguards independence.
196: Not The Entrepreneurial Type
Gleaning from her own professional experience, Sundae confronts false beliefs about entrepreneurship. She dispels the misconception of natural ability and cautions against envying Instagram filtered effortlessness because it doesn’t exist. Sundae also confesses that necessity transformed her into the entrepreneurial type, revealing how she turned her inhibitions into strengths through commitment and practice.
195: The Fail Cycle
Sundae brings tough love to reveal the hard truths behind failed goals. She explains why even strong intentions fizzle out, and shares tips on how to convert wishes into results. Drawing from her personal experiences, Sundae also highlights the benefits of partnering with someone who can see a few chapters ahead.
194: Just Visiting?
Stephanie joins Sundae to share her Year of Transformation experience. A double expat and founder of Transcontinental Overload, Stephanie confesses how her refusal to accept the US as home unnecessarily put her life on pause. The ladies also discuss the impact of loneliness, both in an expat context and from the perspective of isolation-prone occupations.
193: The Wheels of Change
Sundae reveals five ugly transformation truths and their five beautiful counterpart truths. She explains the dangers of living in a comforting fantasy rather than facing the harsh reality. By challenging the notion that, unlike the caterpillar, transformation for humans is not a single event, Sundae shifts the emphasis on the benefits collected from each journey.
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Guest needs more voice
It was disappointing to hear the interviewer interrupt the guest and have more “air time” than the guest.