“As an expat single stuck abroad, the times like the Covid pandemic may hit you even harder than imagined” say Aleksandra and Petra, two expats in Belgium and Germany #23
“It took me 18 months to adjust back in my home country” says Ania, the expat with an expiry date, about her repatriation experience #22
Vietnamese TikTok guru in Czechia: about his Asian identity coupled with Western mentality, starting a business from scratch and why he doesn’t mind being called a banana child #21
David Duc is a young entrepreneur and a founder of the company TikTokuj.cz. Although he has spent the majority of his life in Czechia, he would always claim he is Vietnamese first. We talked about what he misses about Vietnam, what some of the most common Asian stereotypes are and what motivated him to start an online business from scratch. And much more!
An absolute must for anyone who is into online & social media marketing, cross-cultural experience and a good portion of subtle yet slightly politically incorrect fun:-)
www.tiktokuj.cz /@dave.duc on Instagram
“Do it now or never, live your dream every day”: from a bartender to a video content creator who left Slovakia and settled in Switzerland to follow his passion #20
One doesn't have to agree with everything Juraj says to admit that he has some real balls. Leaving everything at the age of 34 to move to a foreign country with no knowledge of French and starting from scratch, that requires some portion of courage and perseverance which is not for everyone.
This interview is full of motivation and inspiration, overcoming obstacles and brutal honesty about how you have to adapt your mindset if you want to achieve your biggest dream.
He runs his own content creating business and in order to have a glimpse into what the final result of his creative process looks like you can visit his Instagram profile: nowornevervdo or find him under https://nowornevervdo.ch.
Another interview is a portion of brutal honesty about life in general, particularly then about coping with the midlife corporate crisis, the privilege he experienced as a Brit coming to Prague in the 90s, the challenges of bilingualism and about finding his home in Czechia.
Roderick Lambert is a life coach who exited the C-suite corporate life to find peace and time for things he really loves.
Crazy Swiss Asians: why it takes forever to make a decision, about the possibility of being buried in the Swiss countryside and why being gay means much more than a letter #18
In this interview I was talking to Sebestian who relocated from the Switzerland in Asia to real Switzerland in Zurich. An episode full of brutal honesty, challenging topics and lots of fun, what a ride!
“I could have never imagined to be invited to the White House” says Vladimir about what brought him to NYC. #17
I had the honour to interview Vladimir Dzuro, an investigator, second highest Czech official in the UN, author of the book "The Investigator: Demons of the Balkan War" about his love for New York, roots back in Czechia, the challenges one faces when mindset has to adapt and what it feels like to be invited to the White House.
Find out more on: https://warcrimeinvestigator.com
"Views expressed in this podcast by Vladimir Dzuro are solely of his own and they do not reflect the official policy or position of the United Nations."
Back to the roots: US ex-military officer as an expat and a businessman in Czechia. How did that happen and why did Ronald Reagan agree to speak to him? #16
What was it like to meet and greet Ronald Reagan, why Czechs keep using sauce when speaking in shops and how did the journey of CareerNerds begin?
My guest was Tom Kent, Texas expatriate in Prague. What a story!
What is the expat life in Singapore all about and how can a mohawk shape your personal brand?
An absolute must listen for anyone who is into online marketing, personal branding, expat life in Asia and lots of epic fun!!!
What a start ride into 2021!!!