The Unemployed Graduate is a podcast for lost millennials, high school and college students who have no idea WTF they want to do with their lives or careers. Come along with me to hear the stories of those who've succeeded in creating their dream job. I want to show you what you secretly dream to do or what your parents deem is not a valid career path is in fact attainable.
015: From 'I hate my thighs' to am empowering Fitness & Life coach w/ Ophie Ho
After achieving the dream body to compete in a body building competition, Ophie developed a seriously bad relationship with food. Whilst still on a high from accomplishing months of training, strict dieting & finally competing... this was not the moment she imagined to be breaking down over myfitnesspal showing her macros to be over for the airplane food.
In this episode fitness & life coach Ophie delves into her struggles with body image and how she's strengthening her mindset around loving her body, how she went against convention to start her own fitness coaching business & why she believes you don't need to quit your 9 to 5 to start your own business.
Ophie's Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/ophrequencies/id1458115835
Find Ophie on instagram: @ophieho https://www.instagram.com/ophieho/
Work with Ophie: https://ophieho.com/
Find me: @jennyguoofficial
014: A Commerce Degree is the most useless degree w/ Gary Zhang
As a mining engineer by day who and a successful owner of a multiple 6 figure tutoring business by night, Gary shares how he juggled fulltime uni whilst growing his tutoring business, some advice for high school & uni graduates who don't know what to do after school & his unique upbringing as a child of immigrant parents who came from very humble beginnings.
013: Learning to live with Depression, Social Anxiety & Body Image w/ Sandy Li Cofounder of PUSHAS
This week's conversation is with Sandy Li cofounder of Pushas. She is an extremely inspiring woman and I'm so grateful for this conversation because in this episode she was so open about her struggles with depression, bullying, body image & social anxiety. At first glance, I would've never expected someone as outgoing, friendly and social as herself would be struggling with depression but as I dug deeper in our conversation I realised she looks at the world and people through a profound lens of kindness.
012: Abbas Sajad The First Official Lens Creator For Snapchat In Sydney
This week I spoke to Abbas Sajad about his Lebanese background and going against the expectations of his very traditional family, what it feels like to be the only creative in his family and some of the very skewed portrayals of the Lebanese and Asian communities in the media.
Abbas's website: www.abbassajad.com
011: Being vulnerable
I'm being vulnerable with you in this solo episode talking about the anxieties I've had about finishing uni, not feeling good enough, struggling with self love and all that good good fluffy sensitive stuff!
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010: Identity Politics, Extreme Academia & 'Failures' with Half Ghanaian Half Chinese Michael Boateng
Michael Boateng, the creator behind 'Colours Of A Nation' a docu-series detailing the stories of six young African-Australians and their unique experience with black identity, sits down to explain why it's so important for him to tell the stories of fellow African-Australians, his lack of identification with ethnic tribes, the dangers of extreme academia, burning out during high school & how he perceives failures.
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Such helpful and comforting stories that help you remember that everything is gonna be okay and to keep moving forward!