My first podcast is live!

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My first podcast is live!

My first podcast is live!

Hi all, my first podcast interview went live and I am finally ready to share 🙂 I was part of the great podcast by James Thomas which is called “4-Seas-1-Family”. This podcast focuses on fascinating stories from all around the world and each guest brings their own perspective on the table. 

The horror of listening to your own voice

The podcast episode went live last week but it took me a while to be able to listen to it. Maybe you can resonate with that: Listening to your own voice – especially in another language – is making me really feel uncomfortable. We recorded that episode a couple of weeks ago and I could not even remember my answers. So each time I was curious and anxious at the same time what my answer to his question was. Thomas is such a great host and his voice makes you calm immediately. So if you want to share your story I can highly recommend to write a message to Thomas. I will link his contacts below. 

Talking about Travel and the struggle of the expat partner

Giving interviews is always funny as you never know what parts of whole story will be picked out. In the case of this podcast I was talking a lot about my solotravel experience but also about the struggle of being a new Expat Partner. These are both topics that are really important to me. 

What Jame's podcast 4-Seas-1-Family is all about

The podcast “Four Seas One Family” began as a simple platform where expats and those individuals who are or were thinking about becoming expats can gather, talk about and share expat experiences. The main goal is to promote the exchanges of cultural understandings and interactions through an expat experience among people regardless of location, social class, religion, politics and other, even opposing, points of views and beliefs. 

James Thomas is the founder and host of the Four Seas One Family podcast. James is  an American expatriate podcast producer specializing in creating podcasts about expat living all over the world. He has been podcasting and videocasting from Taiwan since 2009 about life and culture in Taiwan, Mainland China and Japan. James is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and attended universities in both Mainland China and Taiwan.

The main purpose of the podcast "Four Seas One Family" is to demystify things surrounding expat living and at the same time show that cultures have more in common than most people think. This should give even more reasons to why people must be more open-minded and caring towards eachother. This podcast opens a path to engagement and understanding between people of different cultural backgrounds. I am glad to see that this podcast is helping expats all over the world share their personal experiences concerning their living and working experiences outside their home nation." ing elit dolor

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Where you can listen to the podcast

You can listen to this podcast via iTunes, Google Podcasts, and through the website itself. I will link the website version right here: 

So that was me jumping outside my comfort zone. When was the last time you jumped out of your comfort zone? Would you be interested in being part of a podcast yourself or do you have any experience? Let me know in the comments below and if you are searching for new guests for your own podcasts – I am ready now haha!

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Kate from Share the Love, expat, expat wife, expat life

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