Best Lifestories podcasts we could find (Updated August 2019)
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Varta Lab
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Welcome to Varta Lab, a delightful concoction of stories featuring Aakash Mehta, one of India's most obsessive storytellers on and off stage, and Navin Noronha, who is an okay person. Together they tell stories to each other from their life and welcome others to do the same. Fun times.
 
The Offbeat Life Podcast interviews fearless individuals who ditched the norm in order to Live their best life and become Location Independent. We discuss finding purpose, defining moments that led them to change their lives, overcoming setbacks, how they create income from their passions while working remote and becoming lazy entrepreneurs.
 
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Jessica Stories
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Jessica LOVEs sharing the stories of her life. From Henry the goat, to giving birth, to following her 6 year old dream, to a wild dog and all many travels. Her greatest hope is that you will open your mind and heart to the life lessons that are happening right in front of you and act with courage.
 
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Emirati Stories
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"Emirati Stories" is an audio podcast that gives you the opportunity to discover the Emirati culture and society through individual life stories and subjectivities. In a calm and friendly atmosphere, Emirati guests from a variety of backgrounds speak about themselves at their own pace, sharing their aspirations, motivations and sometimes also their doubts, going back to the roots and key influences of the past. Halfway between journalism and literature, away from the whirlwind of geopolitica ...
 
Want to take your career from stuck to unstoppable? To reach your fullest potential? Well, here's the story they don't tell you. There are no "meteoric rises" to the top. There are no "overnight sensations." Everyone has struggles and challenges they have to overcome. The purpose of this podcast is to shed light on the parts of our stories that we don't tell-- to show everyone that transformation is possible if we work for it. This is the place to demystify the whole idea of transforming you ...
 
These potent conversations are created by mixing lifestories, memoir-writing, creativity, the body, fairytales + conversation together with wild abandon. Join your Personal Mythmaking host Janelle Hardy as she asks her guests the same four questions: Whose traditional territory are you on? What’s your favourite fairytale/ancient tale? What’s your relationship with your body like? And what’s your connection to your creativity? Through the lens of personal experience and conversation, these ex ...
 
Welcome to The Everyday Light Warriors Podcast. This is a place where personal stories of spectacular people from all walks of life are shared. We unveil their, sometimes, emotional past, the challenges they have faced, and highlight the present victories and journeys of self-love, gratitude, and life purpose.
 
From 94WIP in Philadelphia it’s Wired This Way with Andrew Porter: Life stories about the people in sports, the choices they’ve made, and how they’ve achieved their success.
 
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Friday Profile
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Aza winds down the week hearing Newsmakers sharing their lifestories.
 
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Life According To
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Welcome to the Life According To… Podcast Where we bring you information and inspiration through stories and experiences shared by our guest. It is our hopes to uplift and empower you to achieve all your goals. And as we take this journey together, hopefully you can Find the Beautiful Surprises in Everyday Life.
 
Honest talk about choice is an interview based podcast that allows people to tell personal and profound stories about adoption and abortion so that others will know they are not alone.
 
So the idea is this, Gothenburg as we know it is made it up a huge variety of peoples and cultures from all over the world and we want to hear what they have to say. Who are you? Why did you come here? Why do you stay here? We want to hear the stories of love, adventure, necessity and dreams that brought people to this city. What does it mean to be an "other", "immigrant", "outsider", and how do we understand these titles? Each month we will will interview different people and talk to them a ...
 
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What you'll find: How to find the right products to sell to their audience. ask the audience what your audience wants, create a readers survey and figure out their pain points. Once you find out their problems, you can find the solution and create the right products. -become the person they can trust. Which products do you actually try to sell ...…
 
On this weeks episode, I speak with Blaire Palmer who is a former BBC Journalist, was one of the first accredited coaches in Europe in the early 2000s. In her 30s she left the hustle and bustle of London for a house in the country, in her 40s she decided to let her grey hair show in all its glory. And in 2018 she set off with her own digital no ...…
 
Jessica Shares a recent experience when she, her husband and 10 other friends were white water rafting. She shares some intense stories that help you realize how crucial certain rafting tools are to keep you safe and help you when in danger on the river. She challenges you to recognize or develop tools in your life that will keep you from emoti ...…
 
On this weeks episode, I speak with Alex Chacon who is a Videographer, Photographer, Inspirational Speaker, Blogger, and Vlogger. Back in 2012, he graduated from the University of Texas; took a break from medical school, sold all his belongings and drove his motorcycle from Alaska to Argentina and back in 500 days on an Epic Travel Adventure fo ...…
 
Guest: Lira - MusicianBy The Best of Azania Mosaka.
 
What you'll find: What does it require to start and incorporate a business? -Finding an attorney or accountant to check the laws and forms you need to fill out. -It is recommended to start an LLC that is an S corp. -In order to limit that liability that you will have in case you get sued. How long does it take to apply for an LLC and a corporat ...…
 
NFL Insider Adam Caplan, who grew up in Cheltenham, has blossomed into one of the preeminent voices in pro football. But his success didn't come easy. In this conversation, Caplan sits down with Andrew Porter to talk about his childhood, career path, and of course, some thoughts on the upcoming 2019 season.…
 
This week I speak with Lena Papadopoulos who is an award-winning intercultural educator. She also runs workshops and retreats with organizations that promote transformative travel experiences. She believes that global connections begin with self-discovery and self-awareness, and her work aims to educate both heart and mind. Listen on to find ou ...…
 
In Cambodia this year Jessica visited a national park and while experiencing the amazing waterfall and river was startled by some monster fish. She relates how situations in life occur and evoke feelings. We can't change the feeling but we can change the story we attach to our feelings. She leaves this episode encouraging you to create positive ...…
 
Guest: Amanda Dambuza - CEO and Founder of UyandiswaBy The Best of Azania Mosaka.
 
What you'll find: How can you make sure you are able to stay on budget when you are on the road. -understand how you are spending your money. Use an app or create a spreadsheet. -this will help you realize where you should cut expenses and where you are spending the most. How to use spreadsheets to track your expenses. -get all the categories, ...…
 
Rhea Hughes has been a part of the 94WIP Morning Show for 22 years. She grew up in a Southwest Philadelphia household with eight siblings! In this episode of Wired This Way, Rhea talks with Andrew Porter about her childhood, her path, her career, and the challenges she has faced from being a woman working in the sports media.…
 
This week I speak with Nina Ragusa who is an adventurer and traveler who’s been abroad since 2011. She is also the founder of the blog Where in the World is Nina and has a life mission of traveling, living and working on all continents. Nina takes you around the world with her sassy yet informative writing and gives the low-down on how to work ...…
 
Emirati architect Alamira Reem Bani Hashim came back from 12 years in California with a PHD in Urban Planning, becoming the 1st female Emirati with that distinction*. In this episode she explains why she left the UAE at 17 to study abroad on her own. Describing herself as an overachiever and perfectionist, Reem experienced depression, an impost ...…
 
On this episode, I talk to you about being flexible and being open to change of plans in business and how to overcome challenges when plan A does not work. Learning to embrace the changes and becoming more creative in dealing with setbacks can make you a better entrepreneur and person. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really your listening ...…
 
Guest: TKZeeBy The Best of Azania Mosaka.
 
What you'll find: How thinking positively can be a trap. Instead of positive thinking do positive self talk to help change your mindset. How to overcome overthinking and the fears you may face in your life. we have a compulsion to know everything before we start. We have to accept that we do not always see what is ahead of us. It is only by tak ...…
 
All things resistance - this is a solo episode on writer's block, creative resistance, procrastination, perfectionism, overwhelm and imposter syndrome. Fear not - there are solutions - Janelle weaves her understanding of resistance with body-based healing of the nervous system and offers ways to shift out of resistance and into creative flow. T ...…
 
John Clark aka Johnny Airport has become famous in Philadelphia for his airport interviews. But, the thing is, JC has always been bursting through people's doors looking for the next opportunity. In this episode of Wired This Way, John Clarks talks with Andrew Porter about his upbringing, his challenges in school, his airport interviews, his lo ...…
 
On this week’s episode, I speak with Eve Cohen who is an award-winning cinematographer. Eve travels all over the world filming stories for the United Nations, New Balance, Qualcomm and more. She has been able to establish a crowdfunding resource called Seed&Spark that helps other filmmakers raise money for their projects and stream their finish ...…
 
Guest: Florence MasebeBy The Best of Azania Mosaka.
 
On this extended interview, Adriana shares how studying abroad can give you new perspectives. She will provide information on international education and more! --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really your listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you and what you think of the podcast. Contact me: hello@theoffbeatlife.com…
 
Spike Eskin has spent his entire career in radio and is now one of the top sports radio program directors in the country, running SportsRadio94WIP in Philadelphia. Spike sits down with Andrew Porter to talk about his career path, his college selection process, his father, his earthquake experience, his popular Rights To Ricky Sanchez Sixers' po ...…
 
On this week's episode, I speak with Dr. Kiona who is the curator of the digital publication How Not To Travel Like A Basic Bitch. Yes, the name is raunchy, but it’s what shot Kiona up to one of the most trusted travel experts in the game with features in Washington Post, Huffington Post, Refinery 29, and many others. This platform is unique in ...…
 
Guest: David Tlale - Owner / Fashion Designer at David Tlale DesignsBy The Best of Azania Mosaka.
 
On this extended interview, Katie Crenshaw gives us tips and tricks on how to create and monetize a parenting blog. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really your listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you and what you think of the podcast. Contact me: hello@theoffbeatlife.com
 
This week I speak with Julia Termeer who is a violin teacher and the founder of the online music business violin school Julia’s Violin Academy. She is also the author of the Amazon bestseller “The Ultimate Book for Violin Beginners”. Her website Violinspiration.com shares easy violin tutorials, sheet music and inspiration to help people all acr ...…
 
On this episode, Julianna Vezza gives us tips and tricks on how to stand out as a content creator on social media. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really your listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you and what you think of the podcast. Contact me: hello@theoffbeatlife.com
 
This week I speak with Taryn Raine who is the founder of an online wellness platform called The Remote Yogi, which helps women seek support in their transformation through the foundations of yoga. Taryn spent her life chasing after the perfect life - the marriage, nice home, and corporate job until she had it all and felt nothing but anxiety an ...…
 
Alamira Reem Bani Hashim explains how evolving political priorities and social realities in the UAE have shaped Abu Dhabi's development over decades, before and after the discovery of oil. Reem is an Emirati researcher and PhD holder in Urban Development who recently published "Planning Abu Dhabi", a book on Abu Dhabi’s urban history over the l ...…
 
On this episode of My Offbeat Journey, we talk about missing out on important life events while traveling. It can be really exciting to travel and even more exciting when you are able to create income from these journeys. However, it is also important to remember that even though we are able to travel, there will be a lot of sacrifices that we ...…
 
Guest: Nik RabinowitzBy The Best of Azania Mosaka.
 
On this episode, digital nomad Elena Tchijov gives us tips and tricks on how to make a nomadic lifestyle more sustainable by doing slow travel. --------------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really your listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you and what you think of the podcast. Contact me: hello@theoffbeatlife.com…
 
What would it look like if every individual in your organization felt equally valued? That's the question that Mike Domitrz wants to answer. Mike is the founder of The Center for Respect, and believes that by helping institutions create a culture of respect, we can produce a long term impact on the lives of those we work with. Tune in as Mike a ...…
 
This week I speak with Marissa Anwar who holds a Ph.D. in Genetics and is the Managing Director of Darling Escapes- one of the first women travel groups created on Instagram currently sitting at over 415,000 followers. Marissa was raised in a multi-ethnic household being a mix of middle eastern and Brazilian, she aims to explore the world and s ...…
 
Guest: Mizi Mtshali - CEO of the National Stokvel Association of South AfricaBy The Best of Azania Mosaka.
 
Digital nomad travel blogger Kelly Duhigg shares how she has been able to a solo female traveler. -------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really your listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you and what you think of the podcast. Contact me: hello@theoffbeatlife.com
 
Thinking about starting a search for a new job, but not sure where to start? I hear that all the time from people who want to love what they do, but aren't enjoying their current career. So I figured, what better place to start that with someone who's actually JUST STARTING his career. You're in luck because this summer I have a handful of awes ...…
 
Alisha Sommer is a Bay Area Freelance Writer & Photographer with a gift for holding sacred space, for deep listening, and for seeing the ordinary in extraordinary ways. Enjoy our ramble through the fairytale of Bluebeard as well as Alisha’s relationship with her body and creativity. This is an entirely self-produced podcast. If you appreciate t ...…
 
On this week's episode, I speak with Matthew Kepnes who runs the award winning budget travel site, Nomadic Matt. He's also the author of the New York Times best-seller How to Travel the World on $50 a Day. His writings and advice have been featured in The New York Times, CNN, The Guardian UK, Lifehacker, Budget Travel, BBC, Time, and Yahoo! He ...…
 
Jen Setterfield is a woman in the second half of her life who has spent the first half finding out who she is. Her unique experiences being an adoptee, mixed race, athlete, writer and cabinetmaker are worth listening in on. Enjoy our ramble through the fairytale of The Handless Maiden as well as Jen’s relationship with her body and creativity. ...…
 
Guest: lady Skollie-Laura WindvogelBy The Best of Azania Mosaka.
 
Jomie shares how to create a nomadic business that you love. -------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really your listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you and what you think of the podcast. Contact me: hello@theoffbeatlife.com
 
Want to know how to sustain a successful 30+ year career, love what you do for a living, raise a family, and over just be a badass at life? Look no further than the one and only, mother of Tracy, Mary Ann Timm. Ok, I know... cheesy! But seriously, y'all, this woman has it together. She found work she loved at a young age, but most impressively, ...…
 
This week I speak with Lena and Basam who are the travel couple behind the blog Happily Ever Adventures. They decided to start their blog after a rough first year of marriage and Made it their goal to inspire themselves and others to live a joy-filled life through satisfying relationships, travel, and everyday adventures. Always ones to oversha ...…
 
Here are the incredible tips that David and Nadia shares on how to become a remote freelancer. -------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really your listening to this episode. I would love to hear more from you and what you think of the podcast. Contact me: hello@theoffbeatlife.com
 
On this week's episode, I speak with Susan Moore who is a remote bookkeeper and travel blogger behind Solo Trips and Tips. Susan spent 7 months traveling around Southeast Asia back in the 90's. Returning to Canada she found a job working on rotation in Siberia Russia. She later moved to Austin Texas where she started a bookkeeping business, all ...…
 
On this episode of My Offbeat Journey, we catch up on the travels I've done and my move to Florida. It has been a busy few weeks and the summer has so much more incredible travel opportunities. However, balancing work while traveling can be exhausting. Listen on as we catch up on My Offbeat Journey. -------- Hey Offbeat Family, I really your li ...…
 
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