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Author: Leonie Tillman

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Welcome to Young People Giving Adults Advice – a place where we hear voices that we’re not used to hearing on subjects from leadership to identity politics, society, success and money.

We believe that if we have enough open conversations that we’ll be able to broaden our minds long enough to let some new thoughts creep in and help us figure out how to solve the strange predicaments we are experiencing.

If we can bridge the gap between young minds and the current gatekeepers of the professional and political world, maybe we can gather new viewpoints and get closer to a true unity.

From there, we can really win from greater creativity, innovation and a way to truly hear each other.

Please contact me on hello@youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.com if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for us to interview.

This podcast is powered by MARCHMADE MEDIA - http://www.tristanmarch.com/ & English For Business - http://www.englishforbusiness.com.au/podcast/

… And if you’re looking to record remote interviews we use and highly recommend Squadcast! Follow this link : https://squadcast.fm/?ref=tristanmarch/ for all the details

17 Episodes
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the Where to Next? ep

the Where to Next? ep

2020-09-2502:48

We want YOUR input!What a blast it's been interviewing young people and learning from them!We're now getting excited to create a new season and we want to know what you think.Here is how you can have your say on who/where/what we do next...Fill out the survey by clicking the link to let us know your thoughts and how you'd like us to tantalise your eardrums - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YPGAAPlease contact hello@youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.com if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG - https://www.instagram.com/youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - http://www.youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.comPowered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA - http://www.tristanmarch.com & English for Business - https://www.englishforbusiness.com.auOther LINKS - https://linktr.ee/YPGAApodcast Support the show here - (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Umut ep

the Umut ep

2020-09-0838:10

Umut is not only a young person with a strong vision, but also a mentor to other young people in achieving their dreams. To me, he is an obvious leader who understands the rewards to delayed gratification and working hard to get to your destination. His advice to adults is:- Stop saying, "when we were young, things were different" because things are always changing and you should learn from what is happening rather than referencing the past - Be supporters and not decision-makers for your children because it doesn't allow them the ability to make up their own mindsPlease contact hello@youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.com if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.comPowered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA - (http://www.tristanmarch.com/)  EnglishForBusiness - (https://www.englishforbusiness.com.au/)LINKS - https://linktr.ee/YPGAApodcast Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Filippo ep

the Filippo ep

2020-09-0140:31

Filippo is 23 years' old and has always felt that he wanted to do something beyond the small town he grew up in. He is a young person who likes planning a lot and this has meant some failures along the way when things haven't turned out the way he wanted - yet, because of this, he has learned a lot and has a very different relationship to 'failure' now - even looking forward to it in some ways.His advice to adults is:- to let young people be young people and let them make mistakes; and- never believe you're too old - it's never too late to try something new.Please contact hello@youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.com if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.comPowered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA - (http://www.tristanmarch.com/)  English For Business - (https://www.englishforbusiness.com.au/)LINKS - https://linktr.ee/YPGAApodcast Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Karen ep

the Karen ep

2020-08-2556:13

Karen starts our conversation by stating that she is a learner and that she doesn't feel qualified to give advice. Yet, she has already travelled to 30 countries, created a company and sold it and worked extensively in marketing and tourism. She has a dream to deliver marketing solutions that can clearly and transparently measure return on investment rather than just measuring reach, click through rate and the usual indirect methods. I feel she is humble but has some hidden, bold ideas that she will be more than capable to turn into an amazing success.Her advice to adults is help each other in order to create a warm world.Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Jasmine ep

the Jasmine ep

2020-08-1824:11

Jasmine has just hit high school and is aware that she is gaining more confidence to speak her mind. Soccer is her number one passion and she has big dreams of being part of the Matildas. Her advice to adults is:find a job you love and are passionate about; andif you don't get your dream job, don't give up, there's always another opportunity.Please contact hello@youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.com if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.comPowered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusinessSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)LINKS! Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Jack ep

the Jack ep

2020-08-1131:32

Jack is just 10 years old but has a clear vision for his future. He’s going to be running for school captain next year and is already working on his professional career.His advice to adults is:Work hard on what you’re passionate aboutMake your family as happy as they can beTry to reach all your goalsPlease contact hello@youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.com if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.comPowered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusinessSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)LINKS! Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Cherie ep

the Cherie ep

2020-08-0435:18

Cherie has just turned 20 years old and is simply passionate about learning and growing. She is keenly aware of the relative freedom that her parents have afforded her in comparison with how they and her grandparents were raised.Her advice to adults is:Don’t take life so seriously - you’re doing ok.Realise that everyone has their own misgivings, flaws and malevolence – just like you. Be a better version today of who you were yesterday.Please contact hello@youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.com if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - youngpeoplegivingadultsadvice.comPowered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusinessSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)LINKS!Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Naomi ep

the Naomi ep

2020-07-2820:20

Naomi is 14, joyful, articulate and has a deep interest in conservation and the environment. Looking to the future, she hopes to successfully inject play into her daily life, career and family.Her advice to adults is:Remember to have fun!Be more open about your feelings whether it be within the family or elsewhere.It’s ok to show vulnerability as a leader.Adopt pangolin – they’re weird, wonderful and the most trafficked mammal in the world – https://gifts.worldwildlife.org/gift-center/gifts/Species-Adoptions/Pangolin.aspxPlease contact leonie@englishforbusiness.com.au if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - Here!Powered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusinessSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Malika ep

the Malika ep

2020-07-2151:50

Malika is 17 and highly aware of the technological changes that are happening now and how this creates so much uncertainty about her future. Her solution is to do what she loves and the best that she can do in any moment.Her advice to adults is:To have a good work – life balance.Listen to the younger generation – they know what they’re talking about – believe in them and what they have to offer.Be more open and take life as it comes to you.IG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - Here!  [ http://www.englishforbusiness.com.au/podcast/]Powered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusiness [https://www.englishforbusiness.com.au]Please contact leonie@englishforbusiness.com.au if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. Interviews and insight by Leonie TillmanProduced by Tristan J March at MARCHMADE CollectiveSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Rachel ep

the Rachel ep

2020-07-1426:55

Rachel is 16 and had dreamt of becoming a ballerina but after spending a year at ballet school and learning more about herself and the world her dreams have changed. Her advice to adults is:Despite your personal hardship and setbacks, use your resilience and determination to push past those experiences to become stronger and more mature.Reflect on your past experiences and see the positive elements that came from them.Please contact leonie@englishforbusiness.com.au if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - Here!Powered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusinessSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Willow ep

the Willow ep

2020-07-0724:55

Willow is 10 years old and spends most of the year living in Dubai where she has a busy schedule. She likes studying English, is a good debater and her mother thinks she would make a good lawyer (*wink), but so far, she is considering a future as a culinary chemist amongst other things.Her advice to adults is:be influenced by mindsets not people;hold onto one quality that defines you and nobody else;don’t live up to other people’s standards; be patient; and learn to ‘be potato’.Please contact leonie@englishforbusiness.com.au if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - Here!Powered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusinessSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Ben ep

the Ben ep

2020-06-3023:37

Ben (19) is an apprentice mechanic in Brisbane and he’s the happiest he’s ever been. Until halfway through year 12, he thought he’d do a science degree and head into zoology. He could never imagine sitting behind a desk all day. He’s has an acute view into relationships and his advice to adults is:Don’t give up. Don’t think that you’re not good enough.Keep pushing through.Please contact leonie@englishforbusiness.com.au if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. Interviews and insight by Leonie TillmanProduced by Tristan J March at MARCHMADE CollectiveIG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - Here!  [ http://www.englishforbusiness.com.au/podcast/]Powered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusiness [https://www.englishforbusiness.com.au]… And if you’re looking to record remote interviews we use and highly recommend Squadcast! Follow this link for all the details: https://squadcast.fm/?ref=tristanmarchSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
Marcelle (16), Summer (13) and Aleya (9) are sisters who are very aware of the difficulties their parents have experienced and feel blessed to have things pretty easy by comparison. They are also looking forward to the freedom adulthood provides and, for now, consciously choosing to not focus too much on future challenges. These young people advise adults to:1.    Try not to overcomplicate things.2.     Think with an open mind and try to be positive. 3.     Equally, it’s ok to not always feel happy, satisfied and content – there will always be negative things but don’t let them get to you too much.4.     Listen and see if you can see things from another perspective.5.     Don’t get too stressed or overwhelmed with the little things – it will pass.Please contact leonie@englishforbusiness.com.au if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - Here!Powered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusinessSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Anthony ep

the Anthony ep

2020-06-2143:42

Anthony is in his early 20s and finishing his studies in Mechatronics Engineering and has an amazing interest in creating bridges - bridges between industry, business and the arts as well as bridges between ways of thinking. Anthony advises adults to:Fear of failure is good but learning from failure is the key - don't linger!Don't be afraid to learn something new.Hire people smarter and with different ideas than you.Please contact leonie@englishforbusiness.com.au if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - Here!Powered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusinessSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
Anandi, Indu and Kalki are between 9 and 16 and are currently living in India. They've had broad experiences and are keen to share their thoughts on their family, their future and the world in general.They advise adults to:Indu - Listen to and take young people's ideas.Anandi - Talk more during difficult times, but it's also important to be silly now and then.Kalki - Give some tough love - it is helpful sometimes - and keep your sense of humour. Please contact leonie@englishforbusiness.com.au if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - Here!Powered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusinessSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
the Katherine ep

the Katherine ep

2020-06-1529:02

Katherine is in year 10 at a selective school and has a keen interest in the humanities, promoting unity and reducing violence. She is an amazingly articulate young person with some fascinating insights into what it means to be a young person today.Katherine advises adults to:Realise we can’t always be what you want us to beGive us choices and give us a chanceRespect who we are and that we might be different from what you expectWatch She-Ra on Netflix and get onto RedditPlease contact leonie@englishforbusiness.com.au if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - Here!Powered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusinessSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
Join Leonie Tillman in conversation with young people as she listens to their stories, thoughts, dreams, concerns, experiences and advice. Subscribe now for updates.Please contact leonie@englishforbusiness.com.au if you have any questions or know an amazing young person who would be great for the show. IG - @youngpeoplegivingadultsadviceWeb - Here!Powered by – MARCHMADEMEDIA and EnglishForBusinessSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leoniegt)
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