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Unconventional wisdom from Down Under. Based in Australia, we interview people from all walks of life including self-starters and high potential personalities to chat about life goals, overcoming obstacles, and pursuing your interests to be your own boss. Live your life, your own way.
 
Des ambitions trop grandes est une série documentaire sonore de Rémi Saïki, Théo Peruchon et Damien Martinière. X, ancien prisonnier, raconte son parcours et son expérience en prison. -Sélection officielle au Paris Podcast Festival 2020 dans les catégories : *Prix SACEM de la meilleure musique (Rémi Saïki) *Prix Ausha du public -Lauréat du Podcast Creator Sessions, organisé par KissKissBankBank et la plateforme de podcast Majelan. -Mention spéciale au Tremplin By Sybel dans la catégorie "Doc ...
 
Join Britt, a minimalist, ginger cat enthusiast and person who doesn't understand why people do the things that they do most of the time, as she hosts Tiny Ambitions. What is Tiny Ambitions all about? Tiny Ambitions is about recognizing that the life you're living is enough. It's not about letting people or corporation make you feel like you need more to make your life worthwhile. Above all else, Tiny Ambitions is about the search for the tiny life. I don't know if I'll ever find it, but I h ...
 
Change made simple! are inspiring stories of career change that will help you navigate the ins and outs of a successful career transition. This show is hosted by Randi Bussin, Career Reinvention and Personal Branding Coach who has successfully helped hundreds of clients reignite their passions and find more meaningful work. Career changes can be messy, long, and sometimes discouraging. Randi and her guests will share secrets and tips to help you navigate these water more easily. To listen to ...
 
People Behind the Business is about the challenges and rewards of running a small business right now. The point is to bring together small business owners worldwide to tell their stories about how/why they started their business, along with personal issues that impact how they do business. E.G: living with a mental or physical illness, hearing the word "no" a lot, and finding practical solutions to the challenges of establishing a loyal community of colleagues, customers + friends. My goal i ...
 
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EPISODE 5: PEOPLE & DESIGN Nik Mitens is a worldly individual and an architectural studio owner of HHH Architects based on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. Being one of our first guests, Nik helped to shape some very interesting discussions relating to what Ambitions can mean to people in all aspects of life. Nik shares some very insightful…
 
Welcome to episode zero of the Global Ambitions podcast. In this podcast, we’ll be interviewing experts in localization and global marketing. We’ll ask three simple questions. What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced? What did you do wrong at first that you want to warn people to be mindful of? What did you do right that you would recommend peopl…
 
EPISODE 4: CREATIVE EXPRESSION IN EVENTS and LIFE Decinda Burrell is the inspiring founder of Event Society, an Australian corporate events planning company supporting major markets in Queensland, Australia as well as Sugar and Spice Events, a luxery wedding planner. Events are experiences, they can be unforgettable moments. They are sensory, and o…
 
Australian, and Surfers Paradise local Debby Lo-Dean drops by to share her very fresh take on innovation in Australia, specifically her new company Paradise Gin which has just launched. Get a feel for the mind-set of starting a company from scratch, and pulling together a combination of industry experience, a business view, and telling a unique pro…
 
Bree Gulyas, an up and coming Australian Dance Performer and Model joins us in the studio to chat about what life is like as a professional dancer! What does it take? What are the hurdles to overcome? Is it a physical game or a mental one? We cover some important points about pursuing your interest whole-heartedly and managing to juggle life's prio…
 
Australian TikTok creator James Longstaff joins us in the studio to tell us stories about his eye-catching Christmas Convertible, a BMW Z4 completely wrapped in Christmas paper. We hear from James about what he's currently working on as a content creator in Australia with perspectives on what life is like living locally on the Gold Coast of Queensl…
 
If you’ve got a great idea for a nonfiction book but need a little push to get it out of your head and onto the page, a book coach can help. In this podcast episode, I’ll talk about the important role book coaches play in making sure your manuscript comes to fruition, and how to determine if a book coach is the push you need.…
 
A lot of people have a story to tell. Maybe it’s a business book about effective marketing techniques, or an incredible story about overcoming obstacles to achieve success or happiness. One of the things these story ideas have in common is the belief that they can help others. If you’ve got a story to tell, this podcast episode will break down the …
 
Writing dialogue can be tricky, because it serves several functions in a novel. This podcast episode explores the ways dialogue can help move a story along, and discusses how to write dialogue so your readers can follow the conversation and understand the meaning being conveyed, including through the use of dialogue tags and action beats.…
 
I sometimes catch myself thinking “how do I have so much stuff?”. And that’s after five years of (more or less) active decluttering, selling and intentional purchasing. Not to mention, a one-year shopping ban. Partly as a reminder for myself, but also in the hope that it will help you on your minimalist journey, let’s have a chat about how to come …
 
Minimalism is a pretty out-of-touch movement at the best of times, so my normal writing repertoire just hasn’t felt right since the incredible explosion of Black Lives Matter protests against police brutality in the wake of the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. No matter how uncomfortable it is to admit, I am a very privileged white woman…
 
As an unintended consequence of spending more time at home, I'm trying to use up what I have. From personal care products to repurposing clothes, I'm getting thrifty and crafty because of the global pandemic. Read more about my shopping ban: https://www.tinyambitions.com/category/shopping-ban/ Theme Music by Hero Song OST http://www.herosongost.com…
 
Some of us abide by the “rule” of never ending a sentence with a preposition. Well, it’s not really a rule, and sometimes it makes more sense to end a sentence that way. In this podcast, learn more about prepositions and when using a preposition to end a sentence works and when it doesn’t.Por Jenny Watz
 
You may have been taught never to begin a sentence with the words and, but, so, or a handful of other conjunctions. Why is this so wrong? In this podcast episode, learn about different types of conjunctions and their purpose in sentences. And then learn how this grammar myth should be debunked.Por Jenny Watz
 
You’ve likely heard the grammar rule that states you shouldn’t split your infinitives. Well, what exactly is an infinitive and how do you know when you’re splitting it? This episode discusses this grammar rule, defines infinitives, and answers the question of whether it’s okay to split them.Por Jenny Watz
 
If you sometimes struggle to make your writing pop off the page, there are some simple tricks you can use to help make your story more engaging. First, use active voice as much as possible. There are some instances where passive voice makes more sense, so just make sure you determine whether what you’re writing deserves an active or passive voice. …
 
A well-defined character helps create a compelling story. When you understand your characters’ motivations and aspirations, you can write your story in a way that gives meaning to their actions. Whether you’re writing a character- or plot-driven story, you need to develop believable characters for your readers so they get a clear picture of them an…
 
At several points during the year, and especially around the holidays, many people like to send greetings to family, friends, and colleagues. And instead of an email, people choose to send a card or a note the old-fashioned way: through the U.S. mail. Many of those people, however, struggle when it comes to signing their name. In this episode, Jenn…
 
What is involved with editing? Are there different types of editing? And is editing different than proofreading? In this introductory episode, Jenny with Write Ambitions discusses the different types of editing – developmental, line, and copy – and what each of those entails. She also talks about the similarities among editing types, and how they d…
 
Everything we hate about Marie Kondo, why we are terrible minimalists, and an exciting announcement! In the season finale of Tiny Bites, I'm chatting with my friend Elle and we're spilling the tea on all our bad habits, plus sharing our new project: re: terrible yoga, a new podcast about everything wrong with yoga today. I'm taking a break from Tin…
 
In part two of my conversation with Cait Flanders, we dig deeper into her upcoming book, some unintended consequences that can occur when we opt out of things, we discuss more about what it was like for Cait to be travelling while also wanting to be environmentally conscious (and what happens when that's not really an option) and what she's looking…
 
In part one of two with Cait Flanders, we talk about The Year of Less, creating intentional relationships, stepping back from blogging, dealing with wanting to be more private, the concept of feedback and how to deal with it when you didn't ask for it, traveling and Cait's forthcoming book. Email me your comments or questions at tinyambitionsblog@g…
 
I'm answering your questions about minimalism, my education and what's next for me in this week's episode of Tiny Bites. If you have a question for me that I didn't answer, feel free to email me at tinyambitionsblog@gmail.com. Mentioned in this episode: Episode 46: Progressive Minimalism with Jennifer Taylor Chan The One Thing That Changed How I Ma…
 
I talk with Jennifer Taylor Chan about working smarter, not harder, food waste in South Korea and breaking up with Facebook. We also talk about the term she coined, 'Progressive Minimalism'. Jen is the author of the weekly newsletter Deliberate Discourse. Email me your comments or questions at tinyambitionsblog@gmail.com or comment over on the blog…
 
I'm talking to Penny from She Picks Up Pennies this week all about the minimalism movement, why Penny doesn't call herself a minimalist and why decluttering really does take a community. Penny, from the fantastic blog, She Picks Up Pennies blogs about everything from minimalism to personal finance, and everything in-between. https://shepicksuppenni…
 
On this week's first-ever interview Tiny Bite, I'm thrilled to share that I'm talking to Michelle Summerfield, fellow blogger and Canadian behind The Simple Classy Life Blog. We're talking all about self-care which is something that Michelle has written about at length on her blog. I think that self-care is having a bit of a moment right now, which…
 
Is co-working the right fit for you? In this episode, I share my mostly positive experiences with co-working, along with the story of why I joined in the first place. Hopefully, this will help clear up any misconceptions you might have. This episode focuses on everything from the acceptance process, to how to work around the pros and cons of co-wor…
 
Is KonMari the complete opposite of minimalism? Or the other side of the same coin? In episode 43, I'm talking about the decluttering method/lifestyle brand taking the world by storm - KonMari. In case you don't have Netflix, or Twitter, Marie Kondo has a new show on Netflix - and people have all the feelings about it. I’m jumping on the bandwagon …
 
This is not a drill. I repeat this is not a drill. After a very long hiatus, Tiny Bites is back! This week's episode is a spring cleaning of sorts, sharing updates on my mental health, the shopping ban & home ownership. You can review the show notes for this episode at tinyambitions.com/tinybites42. If you want to connect, feel free to email me you…
 
For those of you who haven’t been keeping up with Marie Kondo hype train, her core philosophy is about only keeping things that spread joy. I believe that this can be applied to the online platforms you’re using to promote your business, blog, and podcast, as well. Because engaging with your audience online isn’t just about selling. It’s also about…
 
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, here’s an episode where I share some ways that business owners have shown and continue to their love and appreciation for their customers. I believe that it’s the little things that count when it comes to expressing your love and appreciation. And many of the examples discussed in this episode are proof that I’m no…
 
As someone with a blog, and a podcast I’ve got so many emails (“pitches”) from people interested in being guests on my podcast, or contributors to my blog. And as much of a privilege as it is to get emails from people from all over the world, the pitches that are bad are extremely bad. With this episode, I hope to not only decrease the number of ba…
 
Yolanda McAdam really understands the reality of being a small business owner, for one very simple reason: Her business, Suite 532 isn’t her first business. First there, was a safari business. Then, there was a coaching business. But, as a result of burnout, and the challenges of moving from South Africa to Canada and not knowing a lot of people, s…
 
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