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You know I love listening to other expat podcasts. Well, my client, Amanda Bates of The Black Expat, has an incredible podcast called The Global Chatter, which is: "a conversational podcast on international mobility, identity, race, career, and more. Each episode takes a deeper dive on issues related to the expatriate experience, especially as it r…
 
Making our morning cup is not only a ritual and often an energy requirement but it's a sound experience. That's why I'm so glad that Audio Engineer Jason Sheesley agreed to join us for this playful coffee chat. We explore U.S. and Europe coffee and coffee culture, his peak coffee experience, and take a look at his kitchen coffee setup. And more! Ja…
 
Questions about family can be triggering if the experience was not ideal. This is one of the reasons that Steph's talked about her family in tiny drips here and there but not in depth. But it felt disingenuous to ask other expats to open up about their early family life growing up with immigrant parents without diving into these experiences herself…
 
Have your immigrant parents ever visited you in any of your expat places? Georges' parents have and it shifted how he understood their struggles moving from Greece to Canada. We cover a lot more ground on his parents' immigrant story and how it has both positively and negatively influenced his own expat experience. My newsletter: https://globalpodc…
 
Have you ever wondered why your immigrant parent(s) didn't prepare you for being a global citizen? Chelsea thought this when she was struggling in her first expat place. Over time she began to understand the distinct difference between her mother's immigrant experience and her expat one. In this conversation, we unpack the lasting impression that C…
 
How much do our immigrant parents impact our adult expat experiences? This is what we're exploring in this conversation with return guest Alison. Alison and I dig into growing up with two unequal cultures in one household, the racial struggles she's seen in many countries during her years living outside of her passport country of the U.S. and her c…
 
Do you know what the top two types of podcasts are the most popular in Mexico? David Roemer, a podcaster and Co-Founder of a podcast production house in Mexico City, does. ------------------------------------------------- -You can watch this conversation on YouTube here, if you like! -My Global Podcast Editors newsletter ---------------------------…
 
If you’re someone who perks up when the words STORY and COMMUNITY are mentioned in terms of podcasts, then this is a conversation for you. Oh yea, there are also some great monetization ideas also but I think you’ll stay for the stories. ------------------------------------------------- -You can watch this conversation on YouTube here, if you like!…
 
Tony Doe is a brilliant communicator in audio and writing. Today we chat with him about his radio to podcasting transition, the Nigerian podcasting space, and other global podcasting curiosities he has. ​ *** This episode is also available on YouTube here *** More episode details here! My podcast editing newsletter: https://globalpodcasteditors.sub…
 
Mae Thomas is not your average podcaster. Her production company, Maed In India, produces their flagship show with the same name as well as many high-quality podcasts from all over India. She started in radio and transitioned skillfully into podcasting with a hunger for innovation and exploration. Mae embraces, no, demands, that the unique characte…
 
This episode is about half of a conversation that Matthew Boyle of Legendary Language Learner YouTube channel and I had about language teaching, content creation and the intersection between the two. Watch the FULL interview on Matthew's YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2A0YFnknxbU Thanks Matthew for letting me post this on Geo…
 
Yuki and I sat down to have this conversation far too long ago. Life has been crazy and, to be honest, I even stopped drinking coffee for awhile. So it felt weird publishing this episode during that time. But things feel a little more frothy these days, so here it is! And here SHE is:) Yuki has sought out, enjoyed and brewed coffee in many location…
 
How did Jordan Harbinger build one of the largest podcasts in the world? How long did it take? What ads did he buy? More importantly, what advice does Jordan have for independent podcast creators? We get into all that and more in this episode. Listen to Jordan Harbinger at https://jordanharbinger.com Follow Jordan on social media @jordanharbinger I…
 
Interview with Vikki Louise host of the podcast Hack Your Time. This episode is absolutely jammed with good actionable information. We cover overcoming anxiety, how to manage consistency, and tips to help up stop procrastinating the parts of podcasting we don't like. Be more creative and feel better about doing after you listen to this episode. Ind…
 
Hello Podcast Creators, in this video I chat with Stephanie Fuccio. Steph is an indie podcaster but also an industry influencer and creator of podrevday, a Twitter hashtag community that drives reviews for podcasters on the 8th of every month. There are so many great nuggets in this interview. I hope you find it helpful. This episode is in full vid…
 
In this episode I interview Karin, Gary, and Kristine from the Reporters Notebook creators of the popular True Crime Podcast Still... The team talks about what it takes to create an investigative style true crime podcast and offers of great tips for creators going down the same path. This was a really fun interview with lots of good information. I …
 
Podcast Production tips with David Rosen host of Piecing it Together Podcast, Co-host of Bird Road Podcast, Composer, Producer, and so much more. In this interview, David talks about what it was like to start a Movie podcast, podcast niches, performance numbers, importance of the back catalog, and gives us tips on how to improve the production of o…
 
Mike Cunningham host of Gill Athletics Track and Field Connections. Mike talks about the importance of providing value with your podcast. Mike Cunningham also provides business podcasters with some advice and talk about creating podcasts to preserve the family legacy. Subscribe to Gill Athletics Track and Field Connections - https://bit.ly/3CR2Pub …
 
How do movie podcasts choose movies? How do you create a podcast with six co-hosts? Are podcast Networks any good? In today's video, I talk to Tim Balogh host of On Second Watch. Tim walks us through all that and more. Subscribe to On Second Watch - https://pod.link/1495036332 Recorded on Riverside. If you like the way this interview looks and soun…
 
Monetize Music Podcasts by more than just selling ads or merch. Mitchell Ray, host of Real Music Nashville talks about his strategy to Monetize Music Podcasts and escape the 9 to 5. We even dig into how much time it takes to create an episode and how to book guests. Have anxiety? Mitchell discusses how he got through social anxiety and improved his…
 
On the show today we have Vikram Balia host of the Planthropology podcast. How do you make a podcast about plants interesting? How do you interview scientists without going so deep on the topics that you lose the audience? Vikram has spent a considerable about of time tweaking and tuning Plantropology to get it to where it's at today. Great informa…
 
On this episode, Josh, host of Obscure History, walks us through the evolution of his show. Obscure history was listed on Apple's new and noteworthy which resulted in 10's of thousands of downloads. Did they stick around? Did you know Josh created this show for only 40 dollars? You will learn how he does it and some advice for creating your show. A…
 
There are podcast listeners asking for podcast recommendations AND podcasters asking for people to listen to their podcasts BUT they're often not in the same spaces. What if, I thought, we tried to match these two sets of folks. I grew up in the time of the American TV show, The Dating Game and thought it would be fun to use something like this for…
 
Daniel has been documenting his process of learning English via his podcast for while now. It's super inspiring so I feel the need to question him about what inspired him to start, what he's learned (other than language) and what his podcast plans are for the future. Join us for this short but lively conversation. More details: www.stephfuccio.com/…
 
In December 2019 my dear friend Shannon Martin and I sat down and recorded an episode (https://www.stephfuccio.com/geopatsbooks/7) about The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway. We were so intrigued with the book that we wanted to repeat the process with the more autobiographical version of the book, A Moveable Feast. And then we both left China and…
 
Today’s episode is not our usual conversation style. Instead we’re going to get a deep dive update from previous guest Von from episode 13 of Geopats Language. Back in November I participated inhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/napodpomo/ ( National Podcast Posting Month) (NaPodPoMo), where crazy Podcasters like myself published an episode a day for …
 
Can social media ground us and make us feel more at peace in this crazy world? This conversation with Tania from Swahili Secrets will present an answer to this question that is not common but very refreshing. Tania was born in Kenya and moved around a lot. Her geographical footprint includes 4 other African countries, Thailand, Austria and Germany.…
 
How do you balance the millions of decisions that need to be made during that first year of podcasting? In this conversation we discuss these decisions with Mete Yurtsever of the Değer Yaratmanın Formülü podcast. Mete is from and in Turkey now but that hasn't always been the case. He has over 25 years of experience in Marketing and in 13 of those y…
 
Can learning a new language unlock part of your personality? This is something I've wondered my entire language play experience. And I've been asking guests flavors of this question more and more lately. How Kyle and Diane answer this question is really going to tickle your funny bone and get you thinking about this too. They are two Americans who …
 
Language can be a lens into culture, a way to share our experiences and a tool to help others. These are some of the aspects of language that we discuss with guest Elizabeth Gowing. She worked in primary education in inner London before moving to the Balkans in 2006. From then until very recently she split her time between Kosovo, Albania and the U…
 
Today is another two podcast split conversation, this time with Kavein, a blind man who I chatted with for this Geopats Podcasting episode but, like what happened with the Big & While women, we went off into a lovely language conversation as well. That conversation was published last week on Geopats Language. During this podcast part of the chat we…
 
How can a blind person learn and engage with language? Kavein, who has been blind since birth, is here to help us understand more about language learning and usage while being blind. We als touch on accessibility issues with technology, specifically screen readers. Kavein grew up using 3 languages in Malaysia: Tamil, Bahasa Malay and English. He ha…
 
Have you seen season 5 of The Expanse, read Leviathan Wakes or ever wondered what it'd be like to live on a different planet? If so, then this conversation is for you. Stargate Pioneer of Better Podcasting & the Gonna Geek Network and I chat about the book Leviathan Wakes. We discuss the characters, the plot, the geopoliticalness of the worlds in t…
 
Stephen is a massive advocate for hobby podcasters and focuses on the joy of the experience in everything he does in his podosphere. In this conversation, we chat about: the podcasting scene in Canada his background in audio and video the origin stories of both the Gonna Geek network AND the co-hosted Better Podcasting podcast. For those of you fol…
 
About 6 months into podcasting many Podcasters hit a wall. What am I doing? Why am I doing this? And other large, podcastery questions start haunting them. The inevitable episode of doubt happens and then there is either podfade or a shift in content. This is exactly the type of episode that I heard Dakota do on his Language Learning Lounge podcast…
 
If you've ever wondered what it's like to live and do linguistic research in Kathmandu, Nepal, this episode is for you! Big & White, their podcasting nicknames, are two American Linguists who, until very recently were living in Nepal and creating a rather hilarious audio account of their daily lives on their podcast (the https://bigwhitepodcast.lib…
 
If you've ever wondered what it's like to live, work, and podcast in Kathmandu, Nepal, this episode are for you! Big & White, their podcasting nicknames, are two American Linguists who, until very recently were living in Nepal and creating a rather hilarious audio account of their daily lives. Their episodes covered much of what expat podcasts cove…
 
It makes my heart soar when someone I am interviewing quotes a previous guest. This is what happened with then Mandarin Chinese language learner Von and his "brain burn" description on Geopats Language podcast back in 2018. So even though Von had a lot more reflections that he sent me for this episode, I am sharing his brain burn in this episode. I…
 
This episode is really special for me. Last month for NaPodPoMo I had the extreme pleasure of chatting with Damon Castillo for this episode. Yes, THE Damon Castillo of the Mess of Me album that we've been using for the past 2 years in all of the Geopats Podcast Network shows. We talk about the longevity of the Damon Castillo Band, his geopatness, m…
 
Our first guest on Geopats Online (then called Virtual Expats) in September 2018 was Joanna Czutkowna, Founder of Life in Breaths & I went shopping today. When we first met back then she was very passionate about sustainability within the fashion industry and also about redefining how we view age, beauty and the ability in how we design. Even thoug…
 
When I first chatted with Antonella Moretti in Spring 2019, we both lived in China and had creative projects as long as could we. But 2020 being what it is and Antonella being as thoughtful and eloquent as she is, the intensity of this year has turned into a creative contemplation period. She shares this and other updates on her life in this candid…
 
Doing a live show while talking about doing a live show is something that Nicole of The Expat Cast podcast and I did last year on Geopats Podcasting (episode 1!). This episode is her reflection about episode 1 and what has changed in her podcasting life since that conversation last year. SEGEPADFO info: theexpatcast.podbean.com/e/announcing-segepad…
 
Are you bold in your language learning? Matthew Boyle, guest from episode 11, is here to convince you that you should be. More info: https://www.stephfuccio.com/geopatslanguage/34 (https://www.stephfuccio.com/geopatslanguage/34 ) Ways to Support Geopats Language: Geopats Language is hosted on Captivate FM: An insanely Creator oriented hosting servi…
 
We did it! This is the 30th of 30 posting days in November, during NaPodPoMo, National Podcast Posting Month. Here are some goal updates & a whole lot of silliness to celebrate finishing on time! Geopats Podcast Network 2 goals for November 2020: 1. Get 100 Listeners Per Episode Per Day: Copy & paste the below social media post to help! "If you are…
 
Today's episode is about covid, plain and simple. All month we've heard previous guests on the different Geopats Podcasts check in on what they've been up to since their first episode with us AND reflect back on that previous conversation. Today, we hear from them about how covid effected them this year. The answers run the range of emotions. I tha…
 
Have you ever gone back to a place that you struggled in the first time? Would you ever? Our guest today is my dear friend Miicher and she did just this. The first time we chatted was in December 2018 on Geopats Reflections. We were both living in Shanghai, China and if I am honest, we were both ready to leave. However, after returning to Florida, …
 
Today we are happily breaking our NaPodPoMo previous guest format for a special interview. I had the extreme pleasure of chatting with Damon Castillo for this episode. Yes, THE Damon Castillo of the Mess of Me album that we've been using for the past 2 years in all of the Geopats Podcast Network shows. We talk about the longevity of the Damon Casti…
 
What was your first online habit? Yesterday we heard from Comedian Andy Curtain about what he's been up to since we chatted last year. In today's episode, we dive into a 10 minute clip from that original conversation/episode with Andy on Geopats Online, where we track how people's onlineness changes when their location changes. And yes, as you can …
 
About 2 years ago Comedian Andy Curtain let us dig into his virtual past on Geopats Online (then called Virtual Expats). In that interview, we dug into how his online habits changed when he moved from Australia to Shanghai, China more than a decade before. And of course, since then he has moved again, down to Hong Kong specifically. It's so easy to…
 
Where is that line between fiction and real life? This is one of the things we highlight from our original conversation on Geopats Books with Author of the expat series that started with the book Parsley and Coriander, Antonella Moretti. More info: https://www.stephfuccio.com/napodpomo/54 ----------------------------- Geopats Podcast Network 2 goal…
 
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