Global Nomad Hacks share stories and tips on life as a global nomad, digital nomad, expat, remote worker and supporting third culture families and global mobility. We highlight great finds of products and services that support this growing demographic as the world moves to remote work.
Episode 201: Global Nomad Hacks Anniversary Compilation - On Spring Break, Be Back Soon
Welcome back to Global Nomad Hacks. Wow, what a year it's been. I can't believe we are actually on our first anniversary, and we launched this show about global nomads being global citizens and living a life that really embraces the world community and being part of it on so many different levels during a pandemic, when no one could travel and we've had an incredible year.
Episode 111: Sabriye Tenberken & Paul Kronenberg: Intrinsic and Ethical Social Change
Dr. Heidi talks with Sabriye Tenberken and Paul Kronenberg, founders/directors of Braille Without Borders and Kanthari.
SabriyeTenberken (German): Knowing what it is to be marginalized, she developed an intrinsic interest to create ethical social change. She studied Tibetology / Central Asian Sciences at Bonn University and to be able to take notes in Tibetan, she developed the Tibetan Braille Script.
Episode 111: Most Downloaded Episode - Kristin Engvig, Founder of Women’s International Networking
On today's episode of Global Nomad Hacks, we are sharing the most downloaded episode since the launch of the podcast.
Dr. Heidi Forbes Öste chats with Kristin Engvig, Founder & CEO of WIN. A pioneer and thought leader in the field of creativity, feminine and authentic leadership.
Kristin Engvig is the pioneering founder of WIN (women’s international networking).
Episode 110: Raj Malhotra
Raj Malhotra, CEO, InvenTrust: My sense of the possibilities of a peripatetic life began as a child growing up in a family that traveled more than most. As a journalist who featured the lives and challenges of prominent women leaders, my mom's range was unusual for most women in the traditional Indian society where we lived. As a result I never associated home-making with a particular gender role. My dad's own regular travels inculcated in me a sense that my home is the world.
Episode 109: Lauren Cohen - Immigration through Investment and Real Estate
Dr. Heidi Forbes Öste interviews Serial entrepreneur Lauren Cohen is an International Lawyer, Realtor and Cross-Border Expert. Lauren is also a best-selling author and sought-after speaker and is a globally-acclaimed legal and real estate business advisor. She has been featured in Inc. Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, NPR, Working Mother, TV, hundreds of podcasts and radio shows and numerous other mediums. Lauren launched her own podcast, Investing Across Borders, in November, 2020.
Episode 108: Brewer Stone - Influence of Growing Up as Child of Diplomat
Dr. Heidi talks with Brewer Stone, Partner of Nfluence Partners, and growing up in the diplomats world.
Born to a diplomatic family in Washington DC, moved to England at 4, India at 6, lived there 7 years. Parents then went to France, Austria, and Cyprus, where I spent extended holidays, while attending boarding schools.
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What a great series! It would be fun to see the vignettes here enacted through other channels too! How about a Netflix show on the Great Global Nomad:)
I love podcasts focused on global business and enjoy listening to this podcast!
Reminds Me Why I Can’t Wait to Travel Again
I’ve spent a major portion of my professional career working across Asia and Central America. Listening to this show reminds me of the creativity, liberation and sense of accomplishment that I find when I am on the road, creating, meeting and collaborating. Articulate and creative guests, with an inquisitive and curious host, lend for shows that both get the creative juices flowing and inspire. I cannot wait to get back to Taiwan once the world normalizes again, and this show clearly reminds me why.