At The End of The Day with Anuz Thapa & Dipika Shrestha

At The End of The Day with Anuz Thapa & Dipika Shrestha

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By Anuz Thapa & Dipika Shrestha
‘At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA.

In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.'

Here's the link to their YouTube Channel- www.youtube.com/channel/UCceIb8uk6aa1J1xZeile2yQ/playlists
More places to listen

More places to listen

Victoria Chubirka: How I lived my Student Experience to the fullest (Podcast Episode 60)
In this episode, we talk to Victoria Chubirka from Ukraine. In the June of 2019, Victoria graduated with the Master’s of Public Administration degree from Baruch College in New York City. In this conversation, she shares with us, what motivated her to go for a second masters degree when she already had one from Ukraine, and walks us through her ‘interesting, hectic and busy’ ‘student life experience’ where she was juggling her time between her job, full time study, internship, and graduate students’ activities.  Victoria can be contacted at viktoriia.chubirka@baruch.cuny.edu. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
19:33
July 14, 2019
Wendy Garcia: Have Vision & Continue your Discipline ( Podcast Episode 59)
In this episode, we talk to Wendy Garcia, the Chief Diversity Officer at the New York City Comptroller’s office. Wendy is a first-generation American from Dominican Republic. In this conversation, she takes us through her journey of growing up as an immigrant’s child, and her professional growth in the USA. And then she shares, ‘what it means to be serving New York City today, in the role of the Chief Diversity Officer’. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
18:19
July 8, 2019
Annetta Seecharran: Cultivating Authentic Relationships for Your Career ( Podcast Episode 58)
In this episode, we talk to Annetta Seecharran from Guyana.  Annetta is the Executive Director at Chhaya CDC (Community Development Corporation). In this conversation, she walks us through her professional journey in the United States; she emphasizes the significance of ‘being able to build authentic relationships’ in one’s career advancement.   One interesting thing she says is, “When you are authentic in your interest and in your passion, it attracts other authentic people.” If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
14:12
June 30, 2019
Anita Silwal: Start with the Opportunities that surround you (Podcast Episode 57)
In this episode, we talk to Anita Silwal from Nepal.  Anita is Senior Planner at City of Winter Haven in Florida. In this conversation, she walks us through her journey of her academic and professional growth in the United States - from the initial days of undergoing stress and anxiety as a new person in a foreign land, to exploring opportunities that surrounded her, and to navigating her way to where she is today.   Anita can be contacted at anitasilwal432@gmail.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
15:00
June 23, 2019
Nara Roberta Silva: Don't be Afraid to Ask For Help (Podcast Episode 56)
In this episode, we talk to Nara Roberta Silva from Brazil. Nara is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Lehman College, City University of New York. In this conversation, she shares personal anecdotes of how asking for help, helped in her academic career in the U.S.  One interesting thing she says is, 'don't just ask for help; it should be a productive asking.' To know more what she means by this, watch/listen to the conversation.  Nara can be contacted at nararoberta@gmail.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
15:07
June 16, 2019
Píter Ortega Núñez: A Journey from Cuba to New York (Podcast Episode 55)
In this episode, Píter Ortega Núñez walks us through his journey of being an Art Historian and TV Host in Cuba, to being a Journalist in New York City, U.S.  From his struggles in the initial years in Florida to joining  a journalism school - Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism - in New York City, his personal story is truly inspiring and one that any new immigrant can relate to.   The biggest lesson he says he learnt in this journey is, ‘one needs to be humble’  as nobody owes anything from you. Píter can be contacted at piter.ortega@gmail.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
18:12
June 9, 2019
Archana Pokhrel: Challenge Yourself (Podcast Episode 54)
In this episode, Archana Pokhrel from Nepal talks to us about her professional growth in the U.S., from her profession in cable television and telecommunications to starting her own venture project as an entrepreneur.   Archana used to work for an American cable television company Time Warner and then she worked at the telecommunications company Verizon. She has now transitioned her career to entrepreneurship. She is the CEO of Lenox Spa and Nails in New York City.  She can be contacted at info@lenoxspanyc.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
14:33
June 3, 2019
Study in the US: How to Get Your Academic degrees Evaluated (Podcast Episode 53)
In this episode, Justine D’Souza, Social Media and Community Management Associate at World Education Services (WES) about the process of evaluating one’s academic credentials in the U.S.  If you are new in the U.S. and are planning to study in a university here, this episode will be really helpful to you.  Here, Justine explains- depending upon which country you are from and what your past academic degree is - the documents required for your academic evaluation might differ.  Watch/Listen to this conversation for detailed information.  For more Info on this, you can log into their website: www.wes.org. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
13:26
May 27, 2019
Tsamchoe Dolma: How I became a Research Professional (Podcast Episode 52)
In this episode, we talk to Tsamchoe Dolma from India.  Tsamchoe works as a Research Associate with a non-profit organization, Math for America.    In this conversation, she takes us through her journey, from being an 'international student' in the U.S. to her current career as a Researcher.   She also mentions her physical disability and the challenges it posed during her job search.   As per Tsamchoe’s humble request, we did not film this episode.   Tsamchoe can be contacted at samchoe59@gmail.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
14:32
May 19, 2019
Kazi Fouzia: From Being 'Undocumented' to Being a Community Justice Organizer (Podcast Episode 51)
In this episode, we talk to Community Justice Organizer Kazi Fouzia from Bangladesh. In this conversation, she takes us through her journey, from being an ‘undocumented’ to undergoing an accident to filing a law-suit for her rights as an employee, and then to getting back to her career in community leadership and activism in New York City. One interesting thing she says is, one of the problems facing the immigrants is, a class-struggle amongst themselves – a discrimination amongst each other on how successful I was back home versus now having to do a low paying job with someone of much lower skill level.  She shares that, unless people develop the understanding that no matter how high or low you were in your job hierarchy back home, it is important to work hand -in-hand with people from all walks of life as we try to build a new community in the new country. Kazi can be contacted at kazi@drumnyc.org. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
18:09
May 12, 2019
Sajjan Raj Vaidya: How 'being proactive' in college helped me grow professionally (Podcast Episode 50)
In this episode,  we talk to acclaimed musician Sajjan Raj Vaidya from Nepal. Sajjan has millions of fans all across the world but not all of them know that he is also a banking professional.  In this conversation, he talks to us about his journey, from being an international student at Baruch College in New York City to the details on how he navigated his ways around study, professional clubs at school, getting internships at the banks he was interested in, and finally getting into his career in banking profession. Today, Sajjan proudly pursues his career, both as a banking professional & as a successful musician.  Here’s the link to Sajjan’s YouTube Channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ogr6ygCwRwc If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
19:48
May 6, 2019
Jia Guo: From Bloomberg, to Facebook to SupChina (Podcast Episode 49)
In this episode,  we talk to Jia Guo from China. She is an Associate Editor at SupChina, a digital media company in New York City that produces China based content for western audience.  Here, Jia walks us through her journey in the U.S., beginning from her days as an undergrad student to her professional career in Bloomberg, then to Facebook and now in SupChina. Jia can be contacted at jia@supchina.com.  If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
16:20
April 29, 2019
Prayeen Singh: My Journey in Microsoft (Podcast Episode 48)
In this episode, we talk to Prayeen Singh from Nepal.  He is a Site Reliability Engineer in Microsoft and is based in San Francisco, California.  Interestingly, he did not start his career as an Engineer in Microsoft. He set his foot in the company as a Data Center Technician, where he had to take care of cables and manual jobs.  But his passion for computer and technology, ultimately led him to what he always wanted.  Also a professional singer, Prayeen is the lead vocalist of the band The Vibez. ( Here's the link to his latest song- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hj13EEDkTxs )Moral of the story: Grab whatever opportunity you get and work through it to reach your destination. Prayeen can be contacted at prayeen@hotmail.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
15:08
April 21, 2019
Maria Del Mar Piedrabuena: My passion for community journalism in the U.S. (Podcast Episode 47)
In this episode, we talk to Maria Del Mar Piedrabuena from Spain.  She is a journalist based in the east end of Long Island in New York.    One interesting thing, she says in the conversation is that little things like ‘how to get a library card,’ ‘how to register your kids’… are things that people usually take for granted. But when you are new in this country, you have no idea on how to do and who to ask for.  “ So I thought of starting this project, www.tupresnalocal.com  to share basic ‘how to’ information for the Latino community in New York.   Maria can be contacted at maria@tuprensalocal.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
16:27
April 18, 2019
Roni Mazumdar: Success is going through Failure (Podcast Episode 46)
In this episode, we talk to Roni Mazumdar from India, who is an entrepreneur with three Indian restaurants in New York City.  His restaurant, Adda, was named one of the ten best new restaurants of 2018 in NYC by The New York Times. In this podcast, he talks to us about the transition that his family went through while moving from India to the U.S. One of the interesting things he says, " Truth is, we moved here ( the U.S.) for opportunities. If I did not utilize that to its full extent, then I am doing something extremely wrong; and destroying and crushing many people's dreams in the process."  Roni can be contacted at roni@rahinyc.com  If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
14:46
April 8, 2019
Arpana Rayamajhi: My career as a Jewelry Designer: How it all started (Podcast Episode 45)
In this episode, we talk to Arpana Rayamajhi from Nepal, who made it to The New York Times’ 30 Under 30 in 2016 for her internationally acclaimed work as a Jewelry Designer.    Here, she talks about ‘the moment’ she got the ‘inner calling’ that she had to pursue her career in jewelry designing, and how she left her surviving job to work for nearly 13 hours every day on designing jewelleries in her small apartment in New York City.  Arpana’s designs have been worn by celebrities like Kendall Jenner and Adriana Lima.  Arpana can be contacted at info@arpanarayamajhi.com  If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
16:34
April 1, 2019
Boris: Career as a Tour Guide in the US (Podcast Episode 44)
In this episode, we talk to Boris from China. He is a Tour Leader at the travel company, Universal Vision. In this brief conversation, he shares his story of ‘how he gradually grew up as a professional tour guide in the U.S.’ One interesting thing he says during this conversation is - it is very likely that people who join the tour packages are doing the trip only once in their lifetime; so it is tour guide’s duty to make sure they have a memorable time. Boris can be contacted at brswny@gmail.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
13:26
March 24, 2019
Tshering Gurung: Need A Job? Volunteering Might Help You (Podcast Episode 43)
In this episode, we talk to Tshering Gurung from Nepal, who is currently working at Business Center for New Americans ( BCNA). In this brief conversation,  she reveals how working as a volunteer with the organizations she was interested in, eventually helped her pursue her desired career in the U.S.  Tshering can be contacted at hitshering@gmail.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
13:59
March 17, 2019
Ghita Benslimane: Are you an International Student in the U.S.? Listen to Ghita's Story (Podcast Ep. 42)
In this episode, we talk to Ghita Benslimane from Morocco, who works as a Video Producer at Brut. In this brief conversation,  she talks about her experience in positioning The Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism’s graduate programs as ‘STEM programs’. Also, she explains how she approaches prospective employers for job opportunities as an international student. Ghita can be contacted at gbenslimane@gmail.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
14:13
March 10, 2019
Khagendra Chhetry: My Story of 'how I became the First Nepali Attorney in the U.S.' (Podcast Ep. 41)
In this episode, we talk to Khagendra Chhetry, the first Nepalese-American Attorney. In this brief conversation, he walks us through his ‘very interesting story’ of ‘being the first Nepali to become an attorney in the U.S.’ One truly inspiring thing he says is, in 1983, he came all the way to the U.S. from Nepal, to knock the door of Columbia University - despite being unable to afford its expensive tuition fee.  He says, “I went (to Columbia University) and knocked on their door, it so happened, that they responded. If you want to be successful in the U.S., it’s not going to work otherwise; this is the only way, ‘you go and knock’. ” Mr. Chhetry can be contacted at kc@chhetrylaw.com  If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
15:39
March 4, 2019
Khunapong Khunaraksa: Feeling demotivated in your Job Search? Listen to Khun's 5 Tips ( Podcast Episode 40)
In this episode, we talk to Khunapong Khunaraksa from Australia.  Currently working at Water.org, here, he talks to Anuz & Dipika about the five activities he did that helped him achieve his career in the U.S. In this conversation, he says that when he was feeling low during his job search, he went to a Thai temple, that made him feel motivated again. Khun can be contacted at khunapong@gmail.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
13:48
February 25, 2019
Lelin Kandel: How I found my career? - Changing my Majors, Fighting against Cancer (Podcast Ep. 39)
In this episode, we talk to Lelin Kandel from Nepal.  Currently working at Pokéworks, here, he talks to Anuz & Dipika about his journey in the U.S., from becoming an international student, to fight against cancer, and finally getting to his profession. One interesting thing he says during this conversation is- “It’s only you who can change your life. Nobody else can do it.”  Kandel can be contacted at lelink@pokeworks.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
14:03
February 18, 2019
Chris Tagoe: Job Opportunity does not wait for your Graduation (Podcast Episode 38)
In this episode, we talk to Chris Tagoe from Ghana. Currently working at The LiRo Group, here, he talks to Anuz & Dipika about why it’s important to do job search while one is still doing a graduate study.  One interesting thing he says during this conversation is- “ Who picks you at the airport (when you are coming to the US for the first time), makes a difference of how quick you make or if you don’t make it at all.”  Tagoe can be contacted at c.tagoe@yahoo.com If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
12:26
February 10, 2019
Dilli Raj Bhatta: Do What Feels Right Today (Podcast Episode 37)
In this episode, we talk to  Attorney Dilli Raj Bhatta, based in New York, from Nepal. Here he shares how 'heading for new challenges and doing what feels right today' got him where he is now. Bhatta can be contacted at drb@bhattalaw.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
14:06
February 4, 2019
Lisandra de la Paz: Pursuing my career in what I love (Podcast Episode 36)
In this episode, we talk to Lisandra de la Paz from Cuba. A Digital Content Producer at Univision 41 New York, she tells us ‘not everything is money’,  that is why even as a new immigrant in the United States, she continued efforts to pursue her career in what she loves doing. Lisandra can be contacted at delapaz.lisandra@gmail.com.  If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
14:06
January 28, 2019
Abu Al Kamru: How To Hack A Job Interview? (Podcast Episode 35)
In this episode, we talk to Abu Al Kamru Biswas from Bangladesh. A professional banker, he tells us how he hacked his first job interview in the U.S. He also shares essential tips and tricks that one can follow while facing ‘dreadful’ job interviews in the US job market. Biswas can be contacted at kamru.biswas@gmail.com.  If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
14:29
January 20, 2019
Gyuzel Zaripova: Never ask for a job while 'NETWORKING' (Podcast Episode 34)
In this episode, we talk to Gyuzel Zaripova from Kazakhstan, the Program Associate at New Women New Yorkers ( NWNY), about some key challenges new immigrants face in the U.S., and how to benefit from 'networking events' in the long run.  One key takeaway from the conversation is- " Never ask for a job while Networking."  She can be contacted at gyuzel@nywomenimmigrants.org. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
11:50
January 13, 2019
Kriti Thapa Roka: Growing my career in 'hospitality industry' in the U.S. (Podcast Episode 33)
In this episode, we talk to Kriti Thapa Roka from Nepal about how she is growing up her career in the hospitality industry in the U.S. Kriti is also a real estate agent based in New Jersey. She can be contacted at kritisalesnj@gmail.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika
11:15
January 6, 2019
Summing up 2018 (Podcast Episode 32)
In this episode, Anuz & Dipika talk about some of their personal key takeaways from the episodes of the podcast At The End of The Day, recorded in 2018.   As promised, here's the link to the Vlog where we talk about Anuz finding a job at TheStreet.   https://youtu.be/ZKGJ1_5WDfE If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
12:22
December 30, 2018
Dixya Bhattarai: In love with my profession as a Dietitian (Podcast Episode 31)
In this episode, we talk to Dixya Bhattarai from Nepal about her love and passion for her profession as a Dietitian. Dixya is a Fort Worth, Texas based Registered Dietitian & Food and Nutrition Expert.  If you would like to write to Dixya, her email is  dietitiandixya@gmail.com.  And here’s her website - https://www.foodpleasureandhealth.com/ If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
11:36
December 23, 2018
Nourine Mohsin: Five Mantras for picking a Graduate School in the U.S. (Podcast Episode 30)
In this episode, we talk to Nourine Mohsin from India about the five mantras she used to pick a good "Graduate School" in the U.S. Nourine is currently studying Master's in Public Administration at Baruch Colege's Marxe School of Public and International Affairs. A Consultant for the Special Projects in the Communication and Implementation - Office of Assessment at the NYC Department of Education, Nourine can be contacted at bhimani.nourine@gmail.com. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika
13:06
December 16, 2018
Abin Ojha: Starting my 'academic career' in New York (Podcast Episode 29)
If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika In this episode, we talk to Abin Ojha, Ph.D., from Nepal about how he navigated his way towards achieving his ‘dream of getting in the academic career in the U.S.’. He shares ‘the steps he followed’ in order ‘to get his foot in the door’. Abin is currently working as Adjunct Assistant Professor at the York College, City University of New York. He can be contacted at abinojha@gmail.com. At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. bit.ly/2CAZwNl For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu.
12:17
December 9, 2018
Carlos P. Beltran: Inspiration for Journalism in the U.S. (Podcast Episode 28)
In this episode, we talk to Multimedia Journalist Carlos P. Beltran from Venezuela, about how he keeps himself inspired and how he comes up with creative story ideas.  He also shares his experience of the differences he finds in practicing journalism in the U.S. versus in Venezuela. Currently, Carlos produces stories for NBC Left Field, which is NBC Universal's documentary unit. He has produced stories for major media houses like the National Geographic, Discovery Communications, Aljazeera, Univision, and MSNBC.  He can be contacted at carlospbeltran.com.  If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
11:42
December 3, 2018
Yacouba Sawadogo: Have a 3-year Bachelor's Degree from your home country? What's next? (Podcast Episode 27)
In this episode, we talk to Yacouba Sawadogo from Burkina Faso about his personal experience of doing an undergraduate and then a graduate program in the U.S.  In this conversation, Yacouba shares, what it was like as a new immigrant trying to study in the U.S. and what exactly did he do in order to bridge the gap between his 3 years bachelors degree from Burkina Faso and the graduate program in the U.S.  Yacouba is currently a graduate student of Master of International Affairs at Baruch College’s Marxe School of Public and International Affairs in New York City.  He can be contacted at sawadogoyacouba55@gmail.com.  If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
10:32
November 26, 2018
David Kheyman: Who do I ask for information for my career? (Podcast Episode 26)
If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika In this episode, we talk to David Kheyman, a first generation Belarusian-American. In this conversation, he shares his experience of what it is like being a first-generation American, and how he navigates his way for an information, especially at times, when he does not know who to ask for help. David’s parents are originally from Bobruisk, Belarus. He is currently working as a Cloud Systems Engineer at CLOUDREACH and can be contacted at david.kheyman@cloudreach.com. At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. bit.ly/2CAZwNl For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu.
10:24
November 19, 2018
Sarina Prabasi: My Career in International Development - CEO, WaterAid America (Podcast Episode 25)
If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika In this episode, we talk to Sarina Prabasi, the CEO of WaterAid America about her journey in the international development profession. She also shares some of her key advice to those willing to make a career in international development. Sarina is originally from Nepal. At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. bit.ly/2CAZwNl For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu.
15:30
November 12, 2018
Larry Tung: Teaching Career in the U.S. Colleges (Podcast Episode 24)
In this episode, we talk to Multimedia Journalist and Assistant Professor Larry Tung from Taiwan. Drawing from his personal experience, here, he shares 'the key traits' required in a person to start teaching at colleges in the U.S.  He can be contacted at ltung@york.cuny.edu. At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal.  They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.'  You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. bit.ly/2CAZwNl For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika 
11:10
November 4, 2018
Elias Gurmu: Making Small Business a Success (Podcast Episode 23)
In this episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Elias Gurmu from Ethiopia. Here, he shares, how he started his coffee business in New York and what he has been doing to thrive and create a niche for his business.  He can be contacted at eliasgurmu@buunnicoffee.com. At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel.  Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA.  Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. bit.ly/2CAZwNl For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu.
09:09
October 28, 2018
Shailesh Shrestha: Fine Dining as a Career ( Podcast Episode 22 )
 In this episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Shailesh Shrestha from Nepal. Here, he shares, what got him into the profession of “fine dining service” and what this profession means for those with a sincere interest in the hospitality and service industry.  He can be contacted at info@sampreshan.org.  At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.'  You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. bit.ly/2CAZwNl For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika
09:28
October 21, 2018
Chetan J. Somaiya: Learning doesn't end with graduation ( Podcast Episode 21 )
 Anuz & Dipika talk to Chetan J. Somaiya from Mumbai, India.  Here, he shares, how he has been expanding his knowledge for his personal and professional growth. He also talks about how he managed his time between work and study, and what he has been doing to not lose track of his focus on social media and Google.  He can be contacted at chetan.somaiya@gmail.com.  At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA.  Here's the link to their website: https://www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/  If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes.  Link to support us: https://anchor.fm/anuzdipika In this episode. In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. bit.ly/2CAZwNl For more information about this couple, go through this link. https://bit.ly/1NorGdB Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu.
09:50
October 15, 2018
Renu Sharma Sapkota: Moms, never give up! ( Podcast Episode 20 )
In this episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Renu Sharma Sapkota from Nepal. Here, she shares, how she has been able to balance her time between her profession and her family, with her husband’s support.  If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika  Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu.  You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. bit.ly/2CAZwNl For more information, bit.ly/1NorGdB
09:18
October 7, 2018
Ahmad M. Khan: Learn from bad experience & improve ( Podcast Episode 19)
 In this episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Ahmad M. Khan from Lahore, Pakistan.  Here, he talks about how his learning attitude and learning from bad experience helped him adopt to the new culture in the US.   Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/  Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://bit.ly/2CAZwNl  For more information, bit.ly/1NorGdB If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: anchor.fm/anuzdipika
09:11
September 30, 2018
Anil Jung Shahi: Be open, Embrace diversity (Podcast Episode 18)
In this episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Anil Jung Shahi from Nepal.  Here, he talks about how being flexible, open, and embracing diversity can help you adjust to a new environment.  Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/  Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu.  You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. youtu.be/MBxm6JoB4_g For more information, bit.ly/1NorGdB If you love this podcast, you can support us with a small, monthly donation. Your contribution will help us to make more episodes. Link to support us: https://anchor.fm/anuzdipika
08:35
September 24, 2018
Indira Laktaeva: Feeling Lost? Start a bucket list (Podcast Episode 17)
In the seventeenth episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Indira Laktaeva from Uzbekistan.  Here, she shares her personal story of how she started a bucket list to overcome the nervousness when she was very new in the USA. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu.  You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel.https://youtu.be/MBxm6JoB4_g   For more information, bit.ly/1NorGdB At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ 
07:50
September 16, 2018
Kul Chandra Gautam: Key Skills for Career in International Affairs (Podcast Episode 16)
In this sixteenth episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Kul Chandra Gautam, former Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations.  Here, he shares his personal story of his exemplary career in international development.  He talks about the key skills required for a successful career in international affairs.  At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/  Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu.  You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://bit.ly/2CAZwNl https://bit.ly/1NorGdB
18:02
September 9, 2018
Building Entrepreneurial Skill- Giving up the known for the unknown (Podcast Episode 15)
At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' Here's the link to their website: https://www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this fifteenth episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Attorney Chanda Thapa - an immigrant from Nepal- currently based in New York City. Here, she shares how challenging it is to build an entrepreneurial skill where one has to ‘ Give up the Known for the Unknown.’ Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/wtgbWPLl-Yw For more information, https://bit.ly/1NorGdB
08:05
September 3, 2018
Elevator Pitch-Talk about yourself in 30 seconds (Pod Ep 14)
At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this fourteenth episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Mary Sise, an Employment Services Manager at Upwardly Global, a non-profit organization based in NYC. Here, she shares what the elevator pitch is and why it is important for an effective networking skill. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. youtu.be/KBT2F0hdqQc For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB
07:43
August 26, 2018
Focus on your Career, not Money ! (Podcast Episode 13)
At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this thirteenth episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Raj Biraj Rijal, an immigrant from Nepal. Here, he shares the story of his career in the US. He advises that one should focus on career, not money. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/XehYs9KQ0iM For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB
08:31
August 20, 2018
Be Determined Enough To Do It ( Podcast Episode 12)
At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this twelfth episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Attorney Licelle Cobrador, an immigrant from the Philippines. Here, she shares the story of her legal career in the US. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. youtu.be/KBT2F0hdqQc For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB
07:40
August 13, 2018
Preparing Your College Application in the US ( Part 2 )
At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this elventh episode, Anuz & Dipika continue to talk to Svetlana Tikhonova, an immigrant from Russia. Here, she shares how she prepared to get into a program in the Columbia University. She has been in the US for four years. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/1CL3U769hAE For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB
07:21
August 5, 2018
Preparing Your College Application in the US ( Part 1 )
At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this tenth episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Svetlana Tikhonova, an immigrant from Russia. Here, she shares how she prepared to get into a program in the Columbia University. She has been in the US for four years. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/KBT2F0hdqQc For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB
07:48
July 30, 2018
It's never too late to change your career ( Podcast Episode 9)
At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' In this ninth episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Mampi Ghosh, an immigrant from Nepal. Here, she shares how she changed her career from the media to the legal profession. She has been in the US for eight years. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/k8CjtScFmaE For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB
08:01
July 23, 2018
Be Comfortable With Your Accent (Podcast Episode 8)
At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' In this eighth episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Jorge Colorado, an immigrant from El Salvador. Here, he shares how he got over his struggle of communicating in English. He has been in the US for three years. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/4aTLo1lGAe0 For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB
07:22
July 16, 2018
Work experience from your home country matters; Use it!
At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' In this seventh episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Laxmi Shrestha, an immigrant from Nepal. Here, she shares how she found the dream job within six months of migrating to the US. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/Qymmri17LI0 For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB
07:22
July 8, 2018
How to Find A Mentor? (Podcast Episode 6) -Thwiba's Journey from Sudan to New York - Part 2
‘At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' In this sixth episode, Anuz & Dipika continued their conversation with Thwiba Eltom, an immigrant from Sudan. Here, she shares how she found the mentor who helped her to pursue the career in the US. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/OCfwDT0RTgM For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorG
08:32
July 1, 2018
Thwiba's Journey from Sudan to New York - Part 1 (Podcast Episode 5)
‘At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' In this fifth episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Thwiba Eltom, an immigrant from Sudan. Thwiba came to the US in 2014. Here, she shares her struggle in the US to get into the career she aspired to be in. Having an MBA degree from Sudan, Thwiba tells us how she navigated through her experience to pursue her career in the US. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/z21ZmUbgfnE For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorG
08:36
June 25, 2018
Reaching Out To People
At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' In this fourth episode, Anuz & Dipika talk about reaching out to people. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/qUWFvkgYlzA For more information about this couple, go through this link. bit.ly/1NorGdB
06:47
June 17, 2018
Following Your Dream
‘At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' In this third episode, Anuz & Dipika talk to Adhish Raj Shakya, who migrated to the US in 2003. Adhish shares how he has been following his dream in the US. He also shares his experience of the challenges a recent immigrant goes through and how to tackle them. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/FwzUcNVlkMM For more information about this couple, go through this link. https://bit.ly/1NorGdB
07:43
June 10, 2018
Stepping Out of Comfort Zone
‘At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' In this second episode, Anuz & Dipika talk about why it is important to step out of your comfort zone - why one needs to go beyond one's community to explore and find new opportunities. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. https://youtu.be/wJZkEhi4IUA For more information about this couple, go through this link. voicesofny.org/2016/04/reflections-on-the-anniversary-of-nepals-earthquake/
06:48
June 3, 2018
Why Journalism in America?
‘At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now trying to pursue their careers here in the USA. Here's the link to their website: www.podcastattheendoftheday.com/ In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' In this first episode, Anuz & Dipika talk about why Anuz is trying to pursue journalism even in the US. Music: Surendra Shrestha, Sur Melody Recording Studio, Kathmandu. You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. youtu.be/wJZkEhi4IUA You can also watch them on their YouTube Channel. youtu.be/wJZkEhi4IUA For more information about this couple, go through this link. voicesofny.org/2016/04/reflections-on-the-anniversary-of-nepals-earthquake/
08:23
May 22, 2018
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