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 13-years-old in the 8th grade), Sophia Karpman (currently 7-years-old in 2nd grade) and mom Olga Karpman interview world-class performers who do what they love and live their dreams each and every day. Eva and Sophia also do solo episodes where they 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!
Lewis Howes On The Power of Dreams, Public Speaking, Gratitude & More! (Rebroadcast)
Today, we are rebroadcasting one of our favorite episodes of all time – our interview with Lewis Howes. He is the host of the School of Greatness podcast which has over 100 million downloads and 1000 episodes since it launched in 2013. Lewis was one of the inspirations for Eva to launch the Dream Big Podcast. We would often listen to Lewis Howes and another podcaster Tim Ferriss in the car, and one day Eva asked: “Mom and Dad, why is there not a podcast where a kid interviews amazing people?” And of course, the rest is history.
Lewis is more than a podcaster. He is a bestselling author. He was named by The White House and President Obama as one of the top 100 entrepreneurs in the country under 30. And he has been featured on Ellen, The Today Show, The New York Times, and in other major media outlets. Eva and Lewis had an amazing conversation which we actually recorded on video -- so in addition to being able to listen to the interview on your favorite podcast platform -- you can also watch the full interview on Youtube.
Gratitude Is The Thanksgiving Attitude (Special Holiday Story)
Today, we are welcoming you to a special Thanksgiving episode of the Dream Big Podcast. If you live in the US, you know that this season is truly a special time of the year! It is time to get together with family, friends and loved ones; eat amazing food; and a wonderful opportunity to think of all the things in your life that you appreciate.
In today’s episode, Sophia and Olga talk about interesting unknown facts about Thanksgiving and a simple but important feeling: gratitude. Sophia tells a story about a man who always complained and somehow ended up living with a lot of animals. His life ended up like a zoo! Sophia shares all the things we can learn from this inspiring story.
On Thanksgiving, we encourage you big dreamers to play fun games with your family. Some of the games we talk about in this episode are: Family Tree and Thankful Jar. Tune in to this episode to learn more about them and let us know which one/s you plan to try!
Next Time You Disagree With Your Parents Try This !
Big Dreamers, I want you to think back to a time when your parents asked you to do something that you did not want to do. One when they said it was really important that you complete that task, no matter what. Do you have a memory in mind?
Well, in today’s episode, Sophia recalls a story about her older sister, Eva - who I am sure you all remember! - and how she handled such a situation. While it is always good to listen to your parents, it is also never too early to learn how to speak up and assert yourself – as long as you remain respectful, of course! In this episode, our story will show how the strong-willed Eva spoke up to reach a compromise with our parents, with an end-result that left everyone involved very happy. Sophia also shares the one lesson she personally learned from this experience and how important it is to stand up for yourself.
We hope you enjoy this episode and that you learn more about being brave and the power of persuasion! See you in the next episode, Big Dreamers!
How To Break Bad Habits (And Build Good Ones!)
This week's episode is inspired by a famous quote from Aristotle, "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence is not an act but a habit."
A few weeks ago, Sophia and Olga were spending time in the playground, as they do very regularly. Sophia is a master at climbing the monkey bars, with her own unique process! On this particular day, however, Olga asked Sophia to try a new way, to mix things up! Sophia, naturally, had a hard time.
So in this episode, Sophia shares what she learned from this experience. They talk in length about habits -- what they are, the habit loop, breaking bad ones and how to build ones that are for keeps!
And as anyone who has made a habit of listening to this podcast already knows, Big Dreamers, we truly hope you learn a thing or two from this episode. Enjoy!
A Spooky Halloween Episode With Treats, Jokes And More
Today's episode is a very special one. It's our first ever Halloween edition! Each year on October 31st, here in the United States, we get dressed up with our spookiest costumes and go from house to house to say Trick or Treat!
But did you know that this well-loved tradition did not start in the USA? Many countries around the world like England and Mexico have their own versions too. Sophia and Olga also discover the interesting history of the classic Jack-o'-lanterns! We’ll talk about the different traditions and customs from all around the world!
Most importantly and especially for all you Big Dreamers who are scared of Halloween, Sophia and Olga will share some tips on how to overcome your fear and what activities you can try with your family to enjoy this time of the year!
Sophia challenges you this week to play a fun game with your family. Listen to the episode to find out more about this game! Enjoy this spooktacular episode!
What To Do When The Parents Are Away; Five Priceless Tips
This week's episode is inspired by a quote from best-selling author Dave Willis: “There are no perfect parents and there are no perfect children, but there are plenty of perfect moments along the way.”
A few weeks ago, Sophia's parents, Olga and Alex, told her that they would go on a vacation for 12 days for their 10-year anniversary. As this is the first time that she will be away from her parents for that long, Sophia understandably got pretty upset and sad. In this episode, Sophia and Olga go over the five priceless tips that helped Sophia while her parents were away for vacation. We are sure that you'll learn a lot from this episode. Enjoy!
I felt so inspired listening to this podcast
UMMMMM 🤨 weird 🥸😩
Sorry but bad 😞 to girly but positive actions and speaking good well ok 👌
It’s alright I guess
No not for me it’s to girly but it does have positive attitude!🙂