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All about family travel, slow travel, gap year travel and living abroad with kids. Epic Education Radio is interviews, stories and strategies for people who travel with kids— and for those who plan to. Tune in each week to hear inspired family travelers discuss specific destinations and describe how they handle issues like education, money, accommodation, parenting, technology and more. We talk about the gear, websites, apps and other resources we use, and answer questions from those who hav ...
 
Chris Pyak interviews courageous people that have been able to ditch their traditional lives and desk jobs to chase their passions all over the world. The topics covered include travel stories, the best ways to find travel deals, how living in an unconventional way has improved their lives, how they fund their travels, how to make money on the road, and advice for those wanting to ditch their desk as well. 956258
 
This Podgecast is designed to awaken, inspire and empower you on your own journey within the spectrum we call education. It’s time to do more than examine our education system. It’s time to transform it. Too many of us are getting lost, falling through the cracks of a broken and conventional system. Or, possibly worse, excelling within that system and losing ourselves in the process. How do we transform education from simply a period of time in our lives that acts as a means to profit into a ...
 
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Expats: How do to become a precious asset to any employer. Especially when you move to a foreign country. Ana struggles to find a job in Germany, despite a PhD and an EU passport. Together we figure out how she discovers employers pain points and use them to her advantage. More: immigrantspirit.comBy Chris Pyak
 
How do you get a job if you cannot leave the house? Shannon Digby had bad luck. She moved from New Zealand to Germany - just to be stuck in her flat, days after her arrival. I let you eavedrop while I coach Shannon. Together we figure out how you reach the decision makers behind a job ad - when you cannot leave the house. This method is respectful.…
 
Imagine this: You are a successful lawyer in New York. You graduated from a famous University. You worked in France and Japan and you even had a stint at the European Court of Justice. Then you fall in love and move across the big pond to Germany. And suddenly none of your life achievements are worth anything. Join me in a short coaching session wi…
 
In this episode, I got to sit down with Writer & Educator Sarah Von Bargen of the Yes & Yes blog. We talked about money, happiness, habits, education and the links between all four! Thanks for listening - be sure to Rate, Review & Subscribe in iTunes & Stitcher!By Genevieve Nalls | The Classy Hippie
 
Climb a tree with Mara Seng and make a living harvesting coconuts. Mara also takes us back to her childhood in Portugal, the weird feeling of being German in Germany - and she shows us the best places in Lisboa. You can follow Mara on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whereis.mara/ Also: Join like-minded adventure seekers in the Living Unconvent…
 
In this episode, I got to sit down with Money Enthusiast & Coach, Bernadette Joy. We talked about how she was able to break from the normal path, pay off $300,000 in debt in 3 years and more! Thanks for listening - be sure to Rate, Review & Subscribe in iTunes & Stitcher!By Genevieve Nalls | The Classy Hippie
 
Digital nomads, expats and adventure seekers: Let's talk manure! Meet Lydia Krüger and join her journey from wasted hours in pointless meetings in Berlin to becoming a game publisher and professional writer. Lydia also shares the joy of shoveling manure around the globe. Check out Lydia's blog about new work: https://www.bueronymus.de/…
 
In this episode, I got to sit down with Stewardship Coach, Amanda Boardwine and chat about generosity, stewardship, finances, perfection, faith, overcoming the ‘what-if’s’ in life and so much more! Thanks for listening - be sure to Rate, Review & Subscribe in iTunes & Stitcher!By Genevieve Nalls | The Classy Hippie
 
In our very first Book Report episode, I cover Essentialism by Greg McKeown. This book and the principles within in, are very closely tied with Intentional Living. Tune in to hear a summary of this great book and learn how to define what is Essential for you. Thanks for listening - be sure to Rate, Review & Subscribe in iTunes & Stitcher!…
 
Rachel describes herself as a young black woman who travels the world. I would describe her as someone who brings joy to every conversation. I spoke with Rachel about her trips to South Asia, the reason why she ditched a six-figure job at the age of 25 and the freedom she found. Listen to Rachel's story. Meet her at www.racheltravels.com…
 
In this episode, Abby Helfer and I sit down to discuss and demystify Alignment. We cover questions like… ‘What is alignment? How do you know if you’re in it? And if you’re not, how do you get into it?’ and more. Thanks for listening - be sure to Rate, Review & Subscribe in iTunes & Stitcher!By Genevieve Nalls | The Classy Hippie
 
Become an expat and work for international companies around the globe. Experience a new country in debt for 3-4 years. Maria Lamp from Jobbatical answers the question: "How To Get a Job in an international company?" - And I talk about how you use that to move to your dream country. :) English speaking jobs worldwide: www.immigrantspirit.com & www.j…
 
In our first Report Card episode, where I’ll get to give you regular updates on what’s going on with The Podge Co., I dove into some of my own story, my educational path, how we got to The Podge Co., what it is, who it’s for and some of what’s to come! Thanks for listening - be sure to Rate, Review & Subscribe in iTunes & Stitcher!…
 
In this episode, I continued my chat with Elliot Aronow around getting into alignment before taking action, chilling out our egos, entering into our inner child energy, what should be taught at The Podge Co. & SO much more! Thanks for listening - be sure to Rate, Review & Subscribe in iTunes & Stitcher!…
 
In this episode, I sat down with Elliot Aronow, Stress Reduction and Life Coach from Brooklyn, and talked about his Punk Rock, working class upbringing that helped shape him into the self-taught, self-starter, creative that he is today. We dove into his path through the music & fashion scene rubbing elbows with rockstars, how that lead to his own s…
 
Digital nomads work where they live. And they live wherever they want. One thing in your life needs consistency, though: Your business. I talk with Kristiina Aljas-Saarma about your company for global business. Use CHRISPYAK to get a discount www.livingunconventionally.com/yourcompanyBy Chris Pyak, Kristiina Aljas-Saarma
 
Realizing that there will never be another YOU is one of the most crucial things you can do to begin to unlock the greatness you already have within you. In this episode, I had the opportunity to sit down with Nikki Eason, Motivational Speaker & Inspirational Performance Artist. We dove into a lot around accepting yourself for who you are, embracin…
 
How can you finance travels to 30 countries? How can especially young people alter their career to better reflect their values? And how does Michelle Obama plays into all of this? Find out in the second part of my interview with Tamara Thorpe. Meet Tamara at www.tamarathorpe.com and http://tamarathorpe.com/work-with-me/real-leadership/…
 
When you build something for yourself that you’re proud of, that you enjoy and that focuses on the human element of business - you create MASSIVE value - a space filled with good people doing good things - you create Hygge. In this episode, I had the opportunity to sit down with Garrett Tichy, owner of Hygge Coworking in Charlotte, NC. We dove into…
 
Join us on a travel through space and time and finally meet the friendliest people on earth. I enjoyed this conversation with Tamara Thorpe for it's optimism, joy and down to earth life lessons. Meet Tamara at www.tamarathorpe.com and http://tamarathorpe.com/work-with-me/real-leadership/By Chris Pyak, Tamara Thorpe
 
In this episode I riff about things that have been on my mind, things I’ve been observing in the people around me, either IRL or on Social Media and just spend some time talking through it. I go into things like letting go of perfection, how it’s ok to not know what you’re doing or what you’re talking about before you can be a part of the conversat…
 
70 countries, uncountable memories. Maureen Moss made this dream happen for herself. Now she helps others to see the wonders of the world - and get paid to do so. Chris Pyak talks to Maureen about the road to become a paid travel guide. Could this be a way for you? Find out more about Maureens travelguide course at www.tourguidecourse.com Join othe…
 
One day Maureen Moss sat down to write a list of the 100 best moments of her life. She stopped when she came to 120. Chris Pyak takes you on a sightseeing tour through Maureen's favorite moments as a travel guide in 70 countries. PS: Make sure to subscribe to the Living Unconventionally podcast! Learn more about Maureen's Travel Guide course at www…
 
Malte Zeeck, CEO of InterNations GmbH joins Chris for this 200th episode of Living Unconventionally to discuss the best places to live in the world, as well what makes them so special. Chris and Malte also highlight three of the WORST places to live in the world. Don't miss this special anniversary episode! www.internations.org https://cms-internat…
 
For some families on the road long-term, putting kids in local schools while traveling becomes an important component of the journey. No, I'm not talking about fancy (and often expensive) international schools, although those can be a good option for some. What I'm talking about are just the regular local schools of a city or country. With local ki…
 
James Ritchie has a unique skill: Wherever he goes he builds deep relationships - and does so fast. I asked James to share his best practices... ...and what they have to do with washing your car in the jungle of Papua New Guinea. To book a coaching session with me, visit http://www.livingunconventionally.com/coaching To join the Living Unconvention…
 
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