58 episodes

Starting a business in a new country can be really challenging, but there are dreams that no barriers will stop. As you are going on this adventurous journey, this podcast will offer you the help you need in order to start or to overcome obstacles. Get your inspiration from expat women and digital nomads who have faced the same difficulties as you might do, but who are also as passionate and brave as you are, and who can empower you to take a step forward.

The Enterprising Expat Patricia Qhobela-Jenkins

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

Starting a business in a new country can be really challenging, but there are dreams that no barriers will stop. As you are going on this adventurous journey, this podcast will offer you the help you need in order to start or to overcome obstacles. Get your inspiration from expat women and digital nomads who have faced the same difficulties as you might do, but who are also as passionate and brave as you are, and who can empower you to take a step forward.

    A Brief Hiatus - Season 2 Finale

    A Brief Hiatus - Season 2 Finale

    Hello 


    In this one, I let you know what is going on next. My plans for August and what's coming up in season 3. 


     


    I would love to know what you want to hear more of please send me ideas and questions to Patriciaqjenkins@gmail.com or


    leave me a voice note on the show website here


    https://www.podpage.com/the-enterprising-expat-1/


     


    You can follow the show on IG https://www.instagram.com/theenterprisingexpat/


     


    Please share the episode with another expat -  so that we can all bloom where we are planted. 


     

    • 3 min
    Forty Also Begins With "F"

    Forty Also Begins With "F"

    This week I am so proud to release this interview with Sundae Schneider-Bean. 


     


    Sundae Schneider Bean is an Intercultural Strategist, International Coaching Federation Certified Coach Life Coach and polyglot.  







    I wanted to hear about the business she has built and her personal growth as an expat since leaving home in her early twenties to travel to Asia, get married in Europe to now living with her family in South Africa. 


     


    If you’d like to know more about Sundae  you can go to her website at https://www.sundaebean.com/


    Listen to her podcast The Expat Happy Hour 







    I’d love to continue the conversation, do you have a question about the episode?  


    You can leave me a voice note on my website https://www.podpage.com/the-enterprising-expat-1/







    https://www.podpage.com/the-enterprising-expat-1/


     


    You can follow the show on IG https://www.instagram.com/theenterprisingexpat/


     


    Please share the episode with another expat -  so that we can all bloom where we are planted.

    • 38 min
    Midlife Reset

    Midlife Reset

    How does it feel to semi-repatriate? Are women more likely to make sacrifices? What do you call yourself when you are no longer an expat and come abseiling with me.

    • 6 min
    Starting an Expat Business

    Starting an Expat Business

    Are you a little lost in your new country? Trying to work out what you should do and can do if you haven't worked for a while? Hopefully, this episode will give you some things to build on when you are planning your expat business.

    • 7 min
    Designing Life And Learning

    Designing Life And Learning

    This Enterprising Expat takes us on her journey that starts in Peru moves to Germany where she falls in love with learning this, life and love then takes her to Japan where she sets up her own Enterprising Expat business. Find out how she did it!

    • 23 min
    You Wave Goodbye

    You Wave Goodbye

    We go to Holland - Suriname - Tajikistan - Khazakstan and a few more. 




    This is another short episode and I hope it makes you smile.

    • 5 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

ACDMinNYC ,

Interesting & Thought Provoking

I am 1 1/2 years in being a trailing spouse and have recently become more and more antsy with expat life. It’s been interesting to hear the stories from the women and completely relating to some sort of experience I have had or having. Look forward to enjoying more of the episodes

From Mo! ,

Thorough and Intentional

Amazing resource for expats and the host - Patricia is intentional about her ways to help people connect and find community. Kudos, sis!

Eawalsh1130 ,

great topic and resource

Patricia is comforting and authentic. She shares her journey and experience to help women navigate this lifechanging, rewarding and challenging experience as an (future) expat to have a community and resources. As a former expat, this podcast is something I wish I would have found earlier to learn and communictae with others who are on a similar experience as me.

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