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Author: Karly Nimmo

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It's so easy to fall into comparisonitis as an entrepreneur… and in Karly's life long journey through entrepreneurship she has come to understand that, regardless of your level of success, fame or fortune, we all suffer from the same stories of fear, struggle and failure at times.
The aim of this podcast is to eliminate the separation between ourselves and success. To know that it's possible and a reality for all of us. And to lower the guru guard and see what really lies underneath.
Guests range from newbies (those who have launched their first ever event, product or service) to seasoned professionals who have done it all and seemingly have it all.
It's chock a block full of inspiring stories, business tips and takeaways to implement into your life for positive change.
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Liss Amyah... wow. I mean, talk about living a big life. Liss was married with a baby by 19, at 28 she left her fundamentalist church with 6 small humans in tow, she built an instagram following and business many would dream of, and then burnt it all to the ground. Today, we tell her story. Follow Liss on instagram @lissamyah Follow me on instagram @karlosophies
Today, Allison Davies joins me to laugh uncontrollably, take over the interview and start asking me questions, and to jam on our experience as Autistic people and music.  Connect with Allison on instagram @allisondavies_musicandthebrain Or with me @karlosophies
I'm on the bus!

I'm on the bus!

2024-06-0421:08

Today, I'm on my own and jamming on how this process of bringing Karlosophies back to life is honestly going for me. Here's that link to the improv singing people: @theimpr0vguy And come follow me on instagram: @karlosophies
I've known Dan Norris for probably around 15 years, and I've seen him go from relatively unknown web developer, to the man of the moment. I've watched his meteoric rise from the sidelines; cheering him on, whilst also being a little envious of his success. He was a man who had it all... best selling books, speaking all over the globe, and one of the fasting growing businesses in the country (a brewery he ran with a few mates; Black Hops). But that all changed when after a number of years of huge wins, his work life came crashing down around him... losing everything and throwing him back to a place where he has had to completely start over. I wanted to know how this experience has been for him, and how he's bouncing back (if at all). I was also curious to chat with him about this idea I've been thinking a lot about lately... which is, what happens when our best days are behind us? Listen to the previous episode of Dan Norris of Karlosophies here Follow Dan on Instagram @thedannorris Check out Dan's new business, East Coast Roast on insta @eastcoastroastaus Read Dan's blog here: dannorris.me
Lisa Orkin is a dear friend of mine, who seems to have lived a bit of a parallel life to me. She's a voice over artist and podcast producer, but she's recently ventured back in to stand up comedy after walking away for well over a decade. Lately, she's had some success on instagram, going a bit viral, posting vids of her outfit of the day with a little funny story from her life. Listen to our previous episode together, from back on the 17th October 2017, here. Follow Lisa on instagram @lisaorkingram
In this continuation of my conversation with Lisa Corduff, we talk about our own personal experience with Autism and ADHD and the impacts on our lives, and busting out of your bubble.
After a big old period of inconsistency, I'm back behind the mic. And there was literally no one better to rip off this bandaid with than my old mate, Lisa Corduff. After all, she was my very first ever Karlosophies interview! What a monster few years we've both had. This catch up was so big we've ended up with two hour long interviews. The first one is the story of Nick passing away from alcohol addiction and where life has taken her since. To find out more about Lisa, head to her instagram @lisacorduff To come watch endless stories of my weird and wacky thought trains, follow me on instagram @karlosophies
This might seem a little out there and esoteric... even bordering on cult like... but today, Karly explores what the fuck is going on in the world right now, through the lens of Human Design. As we move from a tribal background frequency of the Cross of Planning and into the transition of the Cross of the Sleeping Phoenix, we are witnessing the crumbling of systems that have oppressed the majority of us for the last 400 years. Let's unpack it all.
In this episode, Karly explores the inner and outer worlds of being a human. And how, when it comes to human design, these two worlds collide to create our self or not self themes.
In today's episode Karly shares a bit about her experience as a projector and what has led her to come to embrace, and start to lead with, Human Design. She explores what following her own strategy and authority looks and feels like.
Today, on Karlosophies, Karly shares a little about her obsession with human design. She explores what it means to be a bitter projector and how life might look if we were all operating from our design.
The Age Of Uncertainty

The Age Of Uncertainty

2022-03-1522:06

In this episode of Karlosophies, Karly is talking about the age of uncertainty. After making a bit of a pause in recording new episodes, she talks about everything that was happening in her life throughout that period. She is giving us an update on floods that have happened, but she is also sharing her views on misinformation that have been spreading lately. Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com
Today in Karlosophies, Karly is talking about throwing a hat in the ring. She talks about coming out of your comfort zone and the way that this feeling might be uncomfortable at moments, but even this discomfort is some kind of a sign that we are moving towards what we want. Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com
Today in Karlosophies, Karly is talking about feeling secure and capitalism. As she is currently looking for job, she is talking about all the flaws that the system has and why many propositions made by politicians make no sense at all. Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com
After a month off, Karly is back with a new episode of Karlosophies. In this episode she is talking about trust and the way that a lack of trust is impacting our sense of purpose. She explains that sometimes creating things just for the sake of creating might be enough to give us the purpose that we're looking for. Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com
An Announcement

An Announcement

2021-12-2209:45

In this episode of Karlosophies, Karly is giving an announcement about taking a break through holiday season after the hardest year in her life, but she is also sharing plans and ideas that she has for 2022. Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com
Today in Karlosophies, Karly is talking about projector experience in recognizing yourself first. Through her own stories and examples she is explaining why it's so important for a projector to be recognized and the way that all this can influence a person. Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com
Today in Karlosophies, Karly is talking about why she chooses to record on the beach instead of her studio. She explains that many times through life we are going to be judged by others or by ourselves as she is explaining that there is a place for everyone no matter what you do or the way that you do it. Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com
Today in Karlosophies, Karly is talking about the feeling of creating something new. She is explaining that people often give up at a beginning as soon as something doesn't go as expected. However, through her own experience, she learned that we need to go through these problems at a beginning in order to be able to achieve our own expectations later. Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com
Today in Karlosophies, Karly is sharing a constant reminder that it is okay to do things your way. She is explaining that there is no one path that everyone needs to follow as what works for someone else won't necessarily work for you. Connect with Karly in her free private facebook group, Show Up Speak Up, on instagram, or at karlynimmo.com
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