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Creators in Saigon

Creators in Saigon

By Dana Drahos
Creators in Saigon is a show based in the rapidly modernizing city of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam. The show is co-hosted by Dana Drahos, an American expat, and her Vietnamese local bestie Lam Tue, the wise one who calls Dana out on her shit and points out the life lessons.

Together, they have weekly intimate conversations with creative entrepreneurs on all topics of the human experience, such as fear, creativity, sexuality, relationships, health, mental wellness, spirituality, and so much more. Join us as we open up and vulnerably share our experiences in order to figure out this thing called life.

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New Beginnings: Catch-Up Episode with Lam and Dana
Well hello! Lam and I are back. We took a (long) hiatus. We were both feeling low energy and burnt out with everything going on, plus our recording studio was closed of course:(SO we decided, just the two of us to have a catch-up episode where we discuss what went on in our lives the past two months, because both of us have had MAJOR shifts and realizations about our lives and our purpose.Listen in to hear:How Lam picked up on her pattern of dating emotionally unavailable men to finally break out of itAll the red flags and lessons she’s learned from past toxic relationshipsWhat Lam is launching a YouTube channel about and why her target audience is high school students, especially rich kidsThe big shifts and realizations Dana had and what new path she’s onThe limiting beliefs Dana had to rewrite in order to pursue her true passion and purposeThe systems Lam uses to make any decision in life when she’s having trouble choosing“You’re never gonna think your way to your purpose and passion.” -Dana“I don’t go for good, or almost good, I go for the best.” -LamResources mentioned:Essentialism by Greg McKeownYou are A Badass at Making Money by Jen SinceroThe Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson  
1:12:34
May 21, 2020
Experiences of a Vietkieu in Saigon with Sophie Nguyen, French-Vietnamese
On today’s episode, we sat down to talk with YouTuber Sophie Nguyen (@thetamshow), about her experiences growing up Vietnamese in France, and ultimately moving to Vietnam, despite her parents' discomfort with this decision. We started off with Sophie’s parents’ background and the difficulties she faced as a third-culture kid. Sophie describes her first trip to Vietnam and how it changed her mindset and made her want to come back more permanently! We talk about what connotations the term "Vietkieu" has and what it's been like for Sophie coming back to the homeland (the good and the bad). Sophie shares more about her Youtube channel, The Tam Show, and the mission behind it-to help you go for their dreams and realize you are the "master of your life." HELL YEAH. Sophie is a French lady with Vietnamese parents. She was born and grew up in France in the suburbs of Paris. During her studies, she had an internship in Hanoi, her true first time in Vietnam. She found her roots and had such a good experience, she knew that she wouldn’t work in France and that she was meant to work abroad. Her open-mindedness and love for traveling brought her to book a one-way ticket after her finishing studies to come back to Vietnam more than 2 years ago, but this time in Saigon, where there are more job opportunities. Since that day, it has been a long journey for Sophie who had a lot of ups and downs in her professional life and came to some deep realizations. She is now hosting her own YouTube talk show called The Tam Show. ResourcesMusic by: Lewis Wright   Cover art by: Priyanka Mehta Produced by: Dana Drahos Follow us on Instagram! @creatorsinsaigon Subscribe to Sophie YouTube channel, TAM SHOW! Follow Sophie on Instagram! @thetamshow Like Sophie’s page on Facebook, Hello Tam Show! Watch the Vietnam Corona song on YouTube!
1:27:39
March 18, 2020
Building Teams Using Strengths and Personality Tests: Part 2 with Alex Stevenson, Founder of "Ninja Teacher"
The second part of this two-part series (watch the first episode here!), we talk to Alex Stevenson (@ninja_teacher), YouTuber and entrepreneur, about personality tests and how to use them in your life and business effectively. Alex talks a bit about the psychology behind personality and how to avoid biased results while taking the tests. Alex gives a brief overview of the personality tests and what they show, and then we have a bit of fun discussing each of their own results from all these tests! We also talk about how we can effectively interpret the results rather than based on our past biases or what society deemed our personalities. We’d love to hear about your results from the personality tests, so share them on our social media pages so we can see!Alex Stevenson is an educator, entrepreneur and content creator from South Africa. He has lived in Asia for the last 6 years, with the past 4 being in Vietnam, teaching English in countries such as South Korea and Vietnam. He has a YouTube channel with nearly 500 videos and 5 million views with daily life and informational videos about teaching English abroad. He currently runs Ninja Teacher Academy, an English teacher training school in Vietnam that trains, supports and helps find jobs for over 100 individuals per year who want to start teaching English abroad.Quotes:“If you’re honest with yourself and look objectively, then you’ll get a result that’s accurate to who you are.”“Maybe you'll learn that over time, and get a better sense of where you are not, but just knowing that people vary in introversion and extroversion, or agreeableness and disagreeableness, just knowing that helps you realize that people are different and you can support each other if you are different.”Resources:Music by: Lewis WrightCover art by: Priyanka MehtaProduced by: Dana DrahosFollow us on Instagram! @creatorsinsaigonCheck out Alex on his YouTube channel, "Ninja Teacher"Ninja Teacher Website: https://ninjateacher.com/Follow Alex on Instagram! @ninja_teacherPersonality TestsHuman design/bodygraphMyers-BriggsZodiacLife path numbersEnneagramThe Big Five
1:00:26
March 11, 2020
Are You an English Teacher or an Entrepreneur? Part 1 with Alex Stevenson from "Ninja Teacher"
In this two-part series, we had the opportunity to talk to Alex Stevenson (@ninja_teacher), a YouTuber and entrepreneur, about his experiences and how to identify your strengths and business direction based on your personality. We start off by talking about how Alex got started with his business by transitioning from teaching English to starting a teacher training school in Vietnam. He also talks about his experience hiring others based on personality, the best way to approach this, and how he’s learned to prioritize his time. Dana and Alex both talk about some of the struggles they initially faced when hiring others to help out and the ways they’re working on using their extra hands to benefit both themselves and their business. We end with Dana asking Alex what sorts of personality tests he’s used to help determine the best fits for his business, and that’s where we’ll continue next week!Alex Stevenson is an educator, entrepreneur and content creator from South Africa. He has lived in Asia for the last 6 years, with the past 4 being in Vietnam, teaching English in countries such as South Korea and Vietnam. He has a YouTube channel with nearly 500 videos and 5 million views with daily life and informational videos about teaching English abroad. He currently runs Ninja Teacher Academy, an English teacher training school in Vietnam that trains, supports and helps find jobs for over 100 individuals per year who want to start teaching English abroad.Quotes:Alex talking about marketing: “It’s just about finding the people that do want what you have, and then conveying to them how it can help them, as well as presenting new opportunities that are exciting and interesting.”Resources:Music by: Lewis WrightCover art by: Priyanka MehtaProduced by: Dana DrahosFollow us on Instagram! @creatorsinsaigonCheck out Alex's YouTube Channel: "Ninja Teacher"Ninja Teacher Website: https://ninjateacher.com/Follow Alex on Instagram! @ninja_teacherE-Myth Revisited - great business book about creating a company that runs without youWork the System by Sam Carpenter
39:28
March 4, 2020
How Perfectionism is Killing Your Creativity with Tarek, Creator of "Going From Zero to Hero"
In this episode, we talk with Tarek about perfection and how it works against ourselves mentally and professionally. We kick off talking about Tarek’s passions for trying new things and how it led to the start of his channel. He, Lam, and Dana each mention how aiming for perfection actually held them and those they know back from their goals and how they worked to overcome those feelings. Finally, we talk about our top tips for addressing your fears for putting yourself out there without aiming for perfectionism so that you can gain the confidence to do whatever you put your mind to! Tarek, who just turned 30, is a multi-passionate and a learning junkie. He tried more than 20 sports (and won a few medals on the way), studied 5 languages, and loves to challenge himself going out of his comfort zone by learning various new skills, such as playing ukulélé, running a half marathon, backflipping, and being an MC at a wedding! Seeing his friends startled and curious about his abilities, he started to share his progression and mindset on his YouTube channel "Go From Zero To Hero." Music by: Lewis WrightCover art by: Priyanka MehtaProduced by: Dana Drahos Follow us on Instagram! @creatorsinsaigonLearn more about Marie Forleo’s book “Everything is Figureoutable”Check out Tarek’s YouTube Channel “Zero to Hero” Follow Tarek on Instagram! @goingfromzerotohero
1:00:49
February 26, 2020
Sex and Beauty Standards in Vietnam
TRIGGER WARNING AND EXPLICIT CONTENT.WARNING: Do not listen to this episode with children. Do not listen if you are triggered by discussions of rape or sexual abuse. We discuss explicit topics around sex and sexual activity. This episode is intended for educational purposes and is done in a tasteful and serious manner. It is not intended to offend anyone.ALSO: You will hear "beeps" in the beginning. This is beeping out our guests name because she prefers to remain anonymous for now:)In this episode we've got three girls talkin about SEX BABYYYY. We talk about the disconnect between the perception and the reality of the sexuality of Vietnamese women. We discuss the differences of sex education in Vietnamese vs. other Western cultures and what impacts it has had, particularly for women. Dana talks about why she hasn't had sex in...a really long time. Lam talks about her recent sexual awakening and our special anonymous guest shares her sexual journey, stressing the importance of loving yourself and female empowerment. Our guest also gives us a REAL sex education on masturbation, orgasms, porn, and the non-verbal signs to look out for when you're on a date with a guy to know if he actually respects you.Our anonymous guest was born and raised in Hanoi. She's a tiny woman striving to make love the universal language. She writes about stuff we are often scared to talk about like pain and guilt. She also coaches women who struggle to find the love within them, hoping that we can all lead a more positive and fulfilling life.Music by: Lewis WrightCover art by: Priyanka MehtaProduced by: Dana DrahosFollow us on Instagram! @creatorsinsaigonThank you Bliss Saigon and The Next Somewhere for featuring our podcast on your website!
1:19:49
February 19, 2020
Deep Transformation and Healing with Expert Therapist Rachel Jones
TRIGGER WARNING: Light discussion of rape and sexual abuse in the context of healing traumatic experiences.Do you ever start panicking or feeling anxiety and have absolutely no idea why? Or maybe you keep getting caught in the cycle of unsuccessful and unfulfilling relationships?In this episode we learn how one man couldn't understand why every time he went to the gym, he'd have a panic attack. After two sessions with our guest Rachel, he found the specific event where it all started, healed that wound, and enjoys life anxiety/stress free. We also hear about a woman who couldn't fully connect in romantic relationships, uncovered a repressed trauma with Rachel and healed after two sessions, and is now happily in a relationship.Rachel Jones works predominantly with two therapeutic healing modalities called Transpersonal Regression Therapy (TRT) and Integrated Clinical Hypnotherapy (ICH). In this episode, you will learn about two of the most cutting edge and effective  healing modalities available today. That's because, unlike other types of therapies that are treating the symptoms, TRT and ICH go directly to the source, to heal the root cause, so you are permanently liberated from suffering. What takes years in talk therapy can take only two or three sessions with Rachel!We also get a deep understanding of what a session with Rachel looks like and why she considers it is a form of art, with concrete case study examples to help you visualize. We discuss how NOT healing means you can be passing your trauma down to future generations. Relative to that, we discuss traumas that have been passed down the generations in Vietnamese families due to the war, and how it is presenting in the young adults of Vietnam today. Lam shares with us this situation in her own life, how she healed, and how she helps her clients heal.Rachel is available for one-on-one therapy sessions and can be contacted directly by phone or email at:racheldjones@yahoo.com or WhatsApp/Zalo/Viber: 076 2171 530Rachel is also now running immersed workshops. Please Note: With only 8-10 participants these workshops book quickly. She currently provides four types of workshops available in March and April 2020:Using group energy fields to boost manifesting your goals and desires!Identifying and healing the unseen family legacy: How undigested ancestral & generational trauma is carried by the current family.Organ Regeneration and Deep Tissue Memory: Healing at the DNA level with the physical body.Body & Balance: Identifying and healing both the inner & outer scars/experiences which impact how beautiful we look and feel.If you and a group of friends, family, or colleagues are interested in these incredible workshops you may also contact Rachel directly!
1:26:28
February 12, 2020
Pivotal Moments that Shape Us with John Dewhirst
Our next guest is John Dewhirst, an English teacher in Saigon. We talk about the two creative projects John's got going on, including an English language sticker book designed to teach kids English through sticker collection and speculation, and a brand new YouTube channel called VNYO (Vietnam Yo!)  which is dedicated to giving Vietnamese people a platform to show their amazing personalities, and also to give more information to the world about Vietnamese peoples' lives and attitudes.Our host Dana was featured on the channel by the way, trying some Vietnamese fruits!Our main focus was talking about the pivotal moments in our lives that shaped us- the ones where when we look back from today to the past, and think about those moments we can point to and say, THAT's when everything changed. ALL of us had these moments as a result of someone else expressing their creativity, which gave us permission to do the same.  Therefore we encourage everyone to keep creating because you're not just doing it for yourself, you're doing it for the people who will be inspired by your work and do the same.Shout out to listener @heytaylajade thank you so much for all of your support of the podcast! Music by: Lewis WrightCover art by: Priyanka MehtaProduced by: Dana DrahosFollow us on Instagram! @creatorsinsaigonThank you Bliss Saigon and The Next Somewhere for featuring our podcast on your website!
1:28:04
February 5, 2020
Living with Intention with Millette Stambaugh
As promised, this is a BONUS episode for season 1 to give you a glimpse into the new format and to introduce our new co-host!!I had sooo much fun recording this with my soul sista Millette of @thenextsomewhere (seriously, we found so many parallels in our lives and personalities it’s freaky!!) and my bestie and now co-host @lam_tarot_into_clarity.Millette lived in Saigon 2.5 years ago and now lives back in the States with her husband (props to her hubs who spent their first Thanksgiving without her!). I was introduced to Millette by another @creatorsinsaigon alumni guest, Frances, of @so_theadventurebegins (thank you for introducing me to this GEM Frances!!)When Millette introduced herself, she said that she was back in Vietnam for a “creative immersion”. Vietnam was a place where her creativity really blossomed and where she feels the most at home (away from home).Her purpose in coming here really struck me. Some people go on vacation and don’t really put much thought into the purpose. Many of us go through LIFE this way- lost, living day by day not really knowing why they do what they do. Millette had a totally different approach and I was really inspired by it and think you will be too!Take a listen, share on your social media and let us know what you think! It really means so much when I hear from you guys:)To follow and support Millette:Website: www.thenextsomewhere.comInstagram: www.instagram.com/thenextsomewhereFacebook: www.facebook.com/thenextsomewhereYoutube: www.youtube.com/thenextsomewhere
59:26
December 18, 2019
Making Documentaries in Saigon with Irregular Film
In the FINAL episode for season 1 of Creators in Saigon, I sit down with Will Snyder, Sean Lambe, and Mateu Perpinya, the filmmakers behind "Irregular Film".Irregular Film is an independent film production company focused on making documentaries highlighting the intersection between eastern and western cultures in Vietnam. The company was started by Will Synder and Sean Lambe, who met while teaching English at ILA, and they have since been joined by their talented film editor Matt.Their first film, Faces You Forget: Nights Out in Saigon (Bui Vien Documentary) was released in 2016 and has since garnered over 43K views on Youtube and over 250K views on Facebook. Vietnamese locals and Westerners alike love the film for it's ability to uncover the stories of the Vietnamese people on this famous backpacker street, amidst all of the lights and beers and EDM music.Three years later, the boys are taking it a huge step further by creating their first length feature film documentary. This one is called Saigon Metalhood, and it uncovers the underground metal rock scene in Saigon. If you are not a metal rock fan, not to worry. This film is not about metal rock as a music genre, but it's about the fascinating history of metal rock in Vietnam and about the Vietnamese people who are part of this culture today.In this interview we discuss how they got started making films with zero budget, simple equipment and minimal experience, we talk about the behind-the-scenes making of both their films, and what advice they have for aspiring filmmakers.  To follow Irregular Film and find their documentaries visit:https://www.facebook.com/irregularfilm/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ3arexAfqI6ERrWB-Wp8zQhttps://www.saigonmetalhood.comFollow on Instagram: @irregularfilmvnFollow us on Facebook and Instagram: @creatorsinsaigonMusic by Lewis Wright and Cover art by Priyanka Mehta
1:06:14
November 25, 2019
TEASER: Making Documentaries in Saigon with Irregular Film
Full episode releases on 11/25! In the FINAL episode of the first season of Creators in Saigon, I sit down with Will Snyder, Sean Lambe, and Mateu Perpinya, the filmmakers behind the independent documentary film production company named Irregular Film.Irregular Film focuses on telling stories highlighting the intersection of Vietnamese culture and Western culture. They released their first documentary "Faces You Forget: Nights Out in Saigon (Bui Vien Documentary)" in 2016, and since then it has reached over 43K views on Youtube and over 250K views on Facebook.They are now taking it a step further by creating their first feature-length documentary called Saigon Metalhood, which tells the history of metal rock in Vietnam as well as interviews with the Vietnamese musicians leading the metal rock scene in Saigon.Saigon Metalhood is not released yet but to stay updated, follow Irregular Film on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/irregularfilm/Check out their first documentary, Faces You Forget:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zz_eZ_-V_oA
01:59
November 18, 2019
Natural Skin Care and Confidence with Viktoriya Gorodetska
GO WITH FULL CONFIDENCE, BE YOURSELF, AND ROAR.This is the mantra of the Lionheart Skincare brand, created by our next guest, Viktoriya Gorodetska. In this interview we find out how a girl from the Ukraine, whose only experience with skincare was watching her grandmother make her own facial masks, started a natural skin care brand in Bali and is now selling products all over the world. In our conversation we get real about the emotional rollercoaster that is starting a business. This interview is PACKED with personal growth and mindset tips/resources for creators and entrepreneurs. You’ll also found out how YOU as a listener of Creators in Saigon can get 10% off your Lionheart Skincare purchase!!During this interview I was shocked to discover the ways I’ve been doing skin care all wrong. Viktoriya shares with us the ideal skin care routine especially for this Ho Chi Minh City climate.Not only do we talk skin care, but also about how she’s networked her way to putting her business together in Ho Chi Minh City from scratch. This girl has so much to be proud of- in less than a year she created the packaging, social media, website for the brand, got the product into the #1 Luxury Spa in HCMC on TripAdvisor, and so much more. Viktoriya was also recently featured in Bliss Saigon magazine and has had a booth at events in HCMC such as the Fexpats 5 Year Anniversary community fundraiser.We also talk about how she gets through her lowest moments that we all have when on an entrepreneurial journey, how she creates balance in her life, her advice on how not to get overwhelmed with all the ideas and things to do for your business, and how to discover what you love to do.RESOURCES MENTIONED:Atomic Habits by James ClearWater Magic: Healing Bath Recipes for the Body, Spirit, and Soul by Mary MurynNaval Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/naval/id1454097755How to be an Overnight Success: Maria HatzistefanisImpact Theory Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8qcvQ7Byc3OJ02hbWJbHWePh4XEg3cvoJay Shetty Podcast: https://jayshetty.me/podcast/The Secret by Rhonda ByrneTo learn more and to connect with Viktoriya (she’d love to grab coffee with you!)Website: https://www.lionheart-skincare.comInstagram: @lionheart_skincareTo get a Lionheart Skincare Facial at the #1 Luxury Spa in HCMC on TripAdvisor: http://www.prive-nails.comListeners of this podcast can put in the code “CreatorsInSaigon” (must be written this way) at check out on the website for 10% off their purchase!!ORDM @lionheart_skincare directly to meet with Viktoriya and try a sample or arrange a discounted purchase.
1:20:02
November 11, 2019
TEASER: Natural Skin Care and Confidence with Viktoriya Gorodetska
GO WITH FULL CONFIDENCE, BE YOURSELF, AND ROAR. This is the teaser of the full episode, which goes live Monday, November 11th. We'll talk with Viktoriya Gorodetska, creator of Lionheart Skincare. This interview is PACKED with personal growth and mindset tips/resources for creators and entrepreneurs, as well as natural skin care tips! You’ll also find out how YOU as a listener of Creators in Saigon can get 10% off your Lionheart Skincare purchase!! Connect with Viktoriya Instagram: @lionheart_skincare Website: https://www.lionheart-skincare.com Follow us on Facebook and Instagram: @creatorsinsaigon Music by Lewis Wright and Cover art by Priyanka Mehta
02:16
November 4, 2019
Lam Tue on Speaking Your Truth
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CREATING YOUR OWN HAPPINESS."The 'I don't know' mind is where you can start to receive wisdom." -Lam TueIf you’ve been feeling lately like you’ve totally hit a wall, and you’re wondering when things will get better, it’s no coincidence that you have found this podcast episode.Our guest Lam Tue, a Saigon local, works with clients in Vietnam and all around the world who are ready to take the responsibility to heal their childhood wounds and grow into the highest version of themselves.There’s a reason why you feel frustrated and stuck. Why none of your relationships work out. Why you don’t feel confident at work. Why you thought moving abroad would solve all your problems and it didn’t. Lam is here to help you see and live in your truth, which means being who you really are, not who you think you should or shouldn’t be. Ignoring your negative feelings, keeping busy all the time, chasing highs, and blaming others for your problems are all what keep you from uncovering your authentic creative self. We all want to create an amazing life for ourselves and that has to start internally, not externally, which is a lesson I’ve personally had to learn over and over again. But where do we start? You’ll learn this and more in episode number 3 of the Creators in Saigon podcast.As always, share this episode with a friend who you think can benefit from hearing this message and please share on your social media. Don't forget to tag @lam_tarot_into_clarity and @creatorsinsaigon.To connect with Lam and book a one-on-one session with her:Email: tarotintoclarity@gmail.comMessage her on Facebook: https://bit.ly/2B49BPfMore of Lam:Video of Lam speaking at a women's event in Saigon: https://bit.ly/2B49BPf
51:24
October 28, 2019
TEASER: Lam Tue on Speaking Your Truth
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CREATING YOUR OWN HAPPINESS. This is a teaser for the full episode with Lam Tue which will air on Monday, October 28th. When I first met my dear friend Lam she told me she was a Tarot card reader which sparked some skepticism in me. But really she uses Tarot as a tool to understand her clients' subconscious, much like a psychiatrist using the ink blot test. Lam gets to the root of her clients' problems, helps them see the truth and guides them through the healing journey, giving them the power to take back control of their life and create their own happiness. In the full episode we chat about what exactly Lam does, what it means to speak your truth, why it's important to listen and feel ALL of your emotions (not just the positive ones), why we get anxious thinking about the future, what does self love look like, what it means to heal and become whole and why it's so important for everyone to do so. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook: @creatorsinsaigon Music by Lewis Wright and Cover Art by Priyanka Mehta
02:04
October 21, 2019
Frances Fraser-Reid on Being Inventive in a World of "Same Same"
DO SOMETHING YOU’VE NEVER SEEN DONE BEFORE. I chat with Frances Fraser-Reid, creator of the Vietnam travel and lifestyle blog, So The Adventure Begins. With nearly 5k Instagram followers (@so_theadventurebegins) Frances entertains and educates people daily on motorbike safety, street food, teaching English, day to day life and so much more. She really stands out in the crowd of travel Instagrammers- when they swerve left she swerves right, always doing something new and unexpected, truly expressing her creativity. If you've been wanting to try something new but are afraid because you're not *good* at it yet, this episode is for you!!
56:46
October 14, 2019
TEASER: Frances Fraser-Reid on Being Inventive in a World of "Same Same"
DO SOMETHING YOU'VE NEVER SEEN DONE BEFORE. If you follow a lot of travel Instagram accounts, you start to see almost the exact same photo in the exact same spots over and over. Maybe the edits are different, but the travel accounts of Instagram have felt really unoriginal lately. This is a teaser of my interview with Frances Fraser-Reid, Scottish travel blogger behind the So the Adventure Begins blog and Instagram account (@so_theadventurebegins), all about travel and lifestyle in Vietnam. I have always loved following Frances' account because of her creativity with it. You can tell how much thought and love she really puts into her posts and stories. I'm so excited to share her story with you! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram: @creatorsinsaigon Music produced by Lewis Wright and podcast cover art created by Priyanka Mehta, both based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The podcast is produced and hosted by Dana Drahos.
01:53
October 7, 2019
Bethany Taylor on Being Present
CREATE A LIFE YOU WANT TO BE PRESENT FOR. Have you ever been offered what would typically be considered by society as an “amazing” opportunity, an offer that you SHOULD be happy about, but instead everything inside you was screaming no?
1:14:58
September 30, 2019
TEASER: Bethany Taylor on Being Present
CREATE A LIFE YOU WANT TO BE PRESENT FOR. Have you ever been offered what would typically be considered by society as an “amazing” opportunity, an offer that you SHOULD be happy about, but instead everything inside you was screaming no? This is a teaser of the first ever Creators in Saigon podcast full episode. The full episode is scheduled for September 30th, 2019. We sit down with Bethany Taylor, originally from the UK but has been living in Saigon for three years. She started out teaching at an international school and now runs her own online business because she learned how to be present and listen to her heart. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram: @creatorsinsaigon Music produced by Lewis Wright and podcast cover art created by Priyanka Mehta, both based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The podcast is produced and hosted by Dana Drahos.
01:38
September 23, 2019