Curious about what makes a dream happen. Passion for people and communication.
For the last episode of the this season I thought I wanted to share a story of a dream which is probably considered THE DREAM, like quitting all what is known as normal and starting a new adventure traveling the world. But instead, what I found was even more inspiring.—Subscribe to Small Talks (at midnight) in your favorite app/platform to know when a new season will start.Share and let other people know what you liked from this podcast.Rate and review is also a fantastic way to let more people know about Small Talks (at midnight) and of course, to show how much you love it.—Let's open a window to the real jungle in Thailand (Sri Thanu on Koh Phangan. Thailand).Let's start a Small Talks at midnight with Rachel Thiel, a multidisciplinary designer, traveling the world slowly as a digital nomad.Rachel will tell us her story, a journey in the journey and her difficulties to transition into the change.She spent the last 2 years in doing inner work and self development, learning how to feel the things and connecting deeply with the people she met. She also learned that being vulnerable and showing the real you is so rewarding.What’s blocking us, what’s holding us back?How much are we ready for deeper conversation? How do we connect with people and how much are we ready to show our vulnerability?And, what’s make home a home?And now, time to say goodbye.What a journey so far!Here all my contacts also if you have a story to share:https://linktr.ee/smalltalksFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/smalltalksatmidnight/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/small_talks_at_midnight/Goodpods app - social media for podcast lovers: @flaviaE-mail: midnightsmalltalks@gmail.com—Rachel Thiel is a multidiciplinary designer helping people to set up their brand exactly the way they want their services and products to be perceived to leverage their business and on the other hand she is also creating style concepts for spaces, like cafés and restaurants, CoWorking Spaces or as well events.—Rachel was mentioning ‘Humans (all parts)’ as an amazing documentary about mankind and the big questions in life:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdb4XGVTHkE
Welcome back to Small Talks at midnight,I'm your host, Flavia Marfella.This time I was in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, talking to Jordan Hayles, Video Editor & Host of the 'YO STiXX Podcast'.---More info about Jordan Hayles' podcast: https://twitter.com/YOSTiXXPodcasthttps://linktr.ee/yostixx---We will hear an inspiring story of self-improvement, vulnerability, awareness.In this episode we got the opportunity to talk about the #blacklivesmatter movement.This is a journey, not something we can fix in a #tuesdayblackout. A journey that needs all of us to become the change we want. Personally, when I started feeling uncomfortable that was the moment I learned the most.Here a very useful source, if you want to know more:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CIfMQED_B444Y-K8kAqUOgq8xrSFdSrjFBRnyK6wmz4/editNow time to enjoy another great Small Talks at midnight!---Follow Small Talks (at midnight) on social media and subscribe on your music or podcast app, to not miss the next weekly episodes.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/smalltalksatmidnight/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/small_talks_at_midnight/Goodpods app - social media for podcast lovers: @flaviaE-mail: midnightsmalltalks@gmail.com
A full version of my conversation with Dr. Richard Munang.From the episode 14 'Why is so important to empower young generation and how we can build a legacy through inspiration' - podcast Small Talks (at midnight).Host: Flavia MarfellaGuest: Dr. Richard MunangDr. Richard Munang from Kenya, climate action expert, UN innovation award winner and author of the book Making Africa Work through the Power of Innovative Volunteerism.---Follow Small Talks (at midnight) on social media and subscribe on your music or podcast app, to not miss the next weekly episodes.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/smalltalksatmidnight/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/small_talks_at_midnight/Goodpods app - social media for podcast lovers: @flaviaE-mail: midnightsmalltalks@gmail.com
In this episode we talk about many forms of injustice. I stand against racism and want to help building a world free of discrimination, hate and violence. Being a role model though good example and good actions can inspire people to live a more purposeful life and as a consequence create a positive effect on their community and eventually on the planet.Welcome back to Small Talks (at midnight). I'm your host, Flavia Marfella.In this episode, I connected to 3 inspiring voices:Grace Maddrell, 14 years old  climate activist from England https://twitter.com/ElmGraceDr. Richard Munang from Kenya, climate action expert, UN innovation award winner and author of the book Making Africa Work through the Power of Innovative Volunteerism https://twitter.com/RichardMunangFrancis Ssembatya 18y. climate activist from Uganda https://twitter.com/FrancisSsembat2This episode is about how to empower young generation, being role model, representing minority, living a purposeful life, climate changes effect in Africa, friendship, dreams and vision.How would be the world if we could have millions of people living a purposeful life, where passion is the currency? Inspiring somebody is part of solving problems.We need to be brave for the kids who are dreaming those biggest dreams of equality and better world today. Every child should know that their future matters and their dreams are possible.As you know I particularly care about the climate change movement and, on top of that, I believe in listening to the young generation and to anyone that empowers them.Enjoy listening!Flaviamidnightsmalltalks@gmail.com
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Location
Malmo, Skåne län, Sweden
Episode Count
18
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
8 hours, 58 minutes