Steady advice in an unsteady world. Funny and heartfelt, this weekly podcast draws on the realities of life transitions. Rated Top 5% globally for five years and counting, you can trust IN TRANSIT with Sundae Bean to support you through Ambitious Transformation regardless of what life slings at you.
285: Go from Vision to Reality
Sundae reflects on key professional decisions which helped get her to this ninth business anniversary. Specifically, Sundae shares tips for how she manifested her endgame and took her goals (again and again) from vision to reality. Sundae also divulges more about the transitions happening behind the scenes and provides details about the celebratory upcoming series: Summer Moves, Summer Grooves.
284: In Transit & Thriving
Sundae puts her methodologies to the ultimate test! Currently undergoing multiple, life-altering transitions, Sundae discloses how she’s actually enjoying this challenging, extended process because she has the right foresight and strategies. Sundae reveals a few of her winning methods for thriving *while* in transit. These include the 4 Pillars from her globally-proven Adapt and Succeed, plus guiding questions that help her clients establish a clear vision.
283: Healing & Poetry with Salaam Green
Sundae welcomes Salaam Green to explore the healing power of writing. Salaam is a poet, master healer, creator of What Black Women Want You to Know, founder of Literary Healing Arts, LLC, and an award-winning advocate for racial justice. The ladies discuss how listening to the experiences of others could improve the division in the world.
282: Sex & Connection – PT 2 with Irene Fehr
Certified sex and intimacy coach Irene Fehr returns to conclude the sex and connection series. After focusing on the “what” aspect last week, the ladies discuss the “how” element of long-term intimacy. Irene shares relationship devolution warning signs in ten behavior stages she calls The Marriage Death Spiral. The ladies also address questions from the audience.
281: Sex & Connection – Pt 1 with Irene Fehr
Certified sex and intimacy coach Irene Fehr joins Sundae for a two-part series all about sex and connection. The ladies examine the “what” aspect, with a special focus on how it relates to sexual desire in long-term relationships. Irene draws on her personal and professional experience to debunk myths, reinforce benefits, lay out the basics, and share juicy sex coach secrets to (re)activate sexual appetites and emotional intimacy
280: United (by Science) with Dr. Zafra Lerman
President of the Malta Conference Foundation, chemist, educator, and humanitarian Dr. Zafra Lerman, joins Sundae to share her story of triumph, heartbreak, loneliness, and hope. Dr. Lerman has prevented executions, released prisoners from jail, and brought dissidents to freedom. She holds many prestigious accolades, including the multiple Nobel Peace Prize nominations. The ladies also discuss how science can be used to promote peace, specifically amongst otherwise hostile countries.
Best podcast for global mobility & life challenges
Sometimes solo, sometimes with experts from a wide range of fields but always somehow relevant to the changes & transitions life offers up for us. Sometimes mobility specific, sometimes personal development oriented but always entertaining, informative and over too soon. A must listen to!
Best podcast for anyone who lives abroad
This is my favorite podcast on expat life. Sundae is super knowledgeable, but also relatable. Her passion for helping people better their lives shines through. She offers concrete solutions for overcoming the many challenges of expat life, but also life in general. Also love the guests who contribute to make this show a must-listen for anyone who is living abroad and dealing with the complexities of a mobile life. A great bonus is: no annoying commercial breaks to skip through.
Sundae has saved my expat life!
I've learned so much from Sundae's podcast--about how to thrive as an expat, but so much of her advice is helpful even if you've never set foot outside your home country. She and I share similar backgrounds--growing up in rural mid-America, finding love abroad and now raising cross-cultural kids--so I feel like she really speaks directly to my challenges living oversees. Thanks, Sundae!