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The Cubicle Crashing Podcast

Lydia Lee

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The Cubicle Crashing Podcast

The Cubicle Crashing Podcast

Lydia Lee

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Join Lydia Lee, Founder of Screw The Cubicle, as she explores life after a 9-5 existence. On her show Lydia will dig out the real stories behind those who have quit their conventional jobs and built a lifestyle and business that combines freedom and fulfillment. Are you ready to start living your life out of the box? Come join the cubicle crashing revolution!

Latest Episodes

A Transition to a Nomadic Life

I am so excited to interview Amy Scott, who quit her office job to travel the world in 2004 and never looked back. She now keeps a home base in Buenos Aires while she travels the world with her Argentine husband. She’s the founder of Nomadtopia, a hub of information, inspiration, community, and support for others who want to live their ideal life, anywhere in the world. Amy also helps nonfiction writers finish their books through her other business, Nomad Editorial.

41 MIN2017 JUN 26
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A Transition to a Nomadic Life

[EP 25] The unconventional mom: Career reinvention and homeschooling as a life choice

Meet Kasia Rachfall. A former insurance underwriter who reinvented her career to be an intuitive healer and business mentor. After she left corporate in 2010, she began homeschooling her two kids and have since built her business around all that comes with the homeschooling lifestyle. I interviewed this modern mama of two because this community loves learning about unconventional ways to bring your family with your location independent dreams. We also spoke about the work she does helping people release old stories and emotions to allow them to bring joy, clarity, and courage into their life.

44 MIN2017 MAY 12
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[EP 25] The unconventional mom: Career reinvention and homeschooling as a life choice

[Ep 24] Freedom by Freelancing: How to Find Customers & What NOT to Do to Get Paid

This week’s interview is with one with Matt Inglot, the founder of Freelance Transformation, where he helps people build freelancing businesses around the life they want to live. Just like the people who are drawn to his website, Matt wanted the freedoms that a corporate job couldn’t offer. But it also took him 7 years of feeling stuck and making the wrong moves before figuring out how to transform his business to create the lifestyle and financial freedom to have more time for his family, travel, and of course, the security of a steady income stream.

38 MIN2017 APR 18
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[Ep 24] Freedom by Freelancing: How to Find Customers & What NOT to Do to Get Paid

[Ep 23] Coliving and collaboration to build an amazing business

This week I got to interview Michael Bodekaer, on how you can build an amazing business with like-minded startups and entrepreneurs through coliving and collaboration. He is the founder of Liv.it, a tech startup ecosystem that builds amazing businesses by providing specialist resources, business knowledge, creativity and inspiring spaces to startups. Michael also the creator of Project Getaway , where I got to speak to the participants last year on how to create mobility in their businesses, and I absolutely loved the concept behind coliving and collaboration to build your business. Over a period of 30 days, 20 adventurous entrepreneurs live and work together in an inspiring and luxurious location to combine success, adventure, and a balanced lifestyle.

43 MIN2017 MAR 30
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[Ep 23] Coliving and collaboration to build an amazing business

[Ep 22] Being Authentic in Your Business: How to Create an Emotional Connection to Your Customer

I have Louise Graham joining me for this episode, who is a creative marketing coach from Glasgow, and currently runs Think Frog Marketing. She’s also a self professed Personal Development Junkie with a new big idea, which we’ll discuss during this podcast. Now traveling around SE Asia, and working with international clients, Louise is rediscovering new ways to connect people, share ideas, and build authentic brands for her customers to tell great stories that align with their audience.She is a marketing strategist extraordinaire that has won awards in the UK for her marketing and launch campaigns. She is also a big advocate for understanding your story to be able to connect to your business audience authentically, but most importantly, stay true to the mission and inspiration your business wants to be a part of.

65 MIN2015 DEC 22
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[Ep 22] Being Authentic in Your Business: How to Create an Emotional Connection to Your Customer

[Ep 21] Avoid the Trap of Doing Everything as an Entrepreneur

Monty, who I’ll introduce during the podcast interview, specializes in helping entrepreneurs buy more of their time back, so that they can do the aspects of the business they really enjoy doing, and learn to delegate the rest. This results in more efficient action, and the ability to build your small business to something larger, if you wish. After talking to Monty, it made me evaluate my own processes with hiring out the many pieces I need to implement in creating my next big project for 2016 - the “Turn my idea into an offer” e-course. I actually got really excited to start separating what was my role in non negotiable tasks, and what the other tasks were that I could outsource. And you know what? Even if you don’t currently have a business yet, but you’re building it, this is an amazing episode for you to listen to because there may actually be parts of your launch or business building process that may make sense for you to outsource...so YOU can focus on the parts you do be...

51 MIN2015 DEC 5
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[Ep 21] Avoid the Trap of Doing Everything as an Entrepreneur

[Ep 20] Contribute to Community Through Social Entrepreneurship

On this week's podcast, I have Andy McLean on the show, a Nomadic Kiwi, former London city corporate turned startup business mentor and seeker of doing social good. Andy is a bankologist at StartupBootcamp in Singapore, a member of Tribewanted, and also leads a special project close to his heart called the Better Bali Project. Andy will betalking more about social entrepreneurship, how one can contribute to the world through their work, and of course how he escaped the financial industry’s cubicle world.

65 MIN2015 NOV 17
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[Ep 20] Contribute to Community Through Social Entrepreneurship

[EP 19] Stop Playing Vanilla: Show the Real You in Your Business

This episode I have Morgan Haines from A Little Creative. She is a self described former science nerd and a recovering corporate desk jockey, who had worked for years in jobs that felt uninspiring and frustrating. Following the sudden and unexpected death of a friend, Morgan realized what her parents had always been telling her was painfully true: life is short. Now out of corporate prison, she is a brand strategist and designer for heart centered yet sweary ladypreneurs at her business. She is also a tiny human with a big mouth just like me! We talk about her escape story, but also her advice on how to create authentic branding for heart-centered entrepreneurs. What are the real focuses you should be paying attention to rather than the aesthetics? It's time to find out!

82 MIN2015 OCT 31
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[EP 19] Stop Playing Vanilla: Show the Real You in Your Business

[EP 18] Build Your Tribe and Lead With Impact

I’m so excited about the conversation I get to have with my podcast guest this week, Arthur Carmazzi who foundedDirective Communication Psychology, because we get to talk about a two huge topics that I love - FEAR and IMPACT. He is ranked as one of the world's top 10 thought leader gurus in leadership. He has supported over 250 individuals to screw the cubicle with new careers as international trainers and consultants... some who are making in excess of $100,000 per month. Arthur’s message with his work also resonates with mine. He believes that one person’s footprint can make a huge impact. For him it was a teacher in 8th grade, Mr Bacchus, who literally changed his destiny, and you’ll hear a bit about that on our interview. The footprint we create during our lifetime can affect the course of history, or not even be noticed. Thanks to his teacher, Arthur has had the privilege of inspiring hundreds of thousands people (and had Lots of Fun Doing It ) who have gone on to inspire m...

63 MIN2015 OCT 14
Comments
[EP 18] Build Your Tribe and Lead With Impact

[Ep 17] Pathfinding 101: Identify the Voice of Your Heart & Allow It to Lead You

This week, I loved, loved, loved interviewing Pace Smith, who is a Pathfinding coach, a teacher, a speaker, a writer, and many more roles as you’ll hear about during our interview. I loved how Pace was a multi-passionate person, and allowed herself to use all her passions with her current career now. Her old career also used to be something completely opposite...and I really enjoyed having a great conversation with Pace about how she dealt with that new shift in direction, how she learned to be more authentic with her life and work, and her amazing wisdom on how to find purpose and follow your heart compassion.

53 MIN2015 SEP 25
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[Ep 17] Pathfinding 101: Identify the Voice of Your Heart & Allow It to Lead You

Latest Episodes

A Transition to a Nomadic Life

I am so excited to interview Amy Scott, who quit her office job to travel the world in 2004 and never looked back. She now keeps a home base in Buenos Aires while she travels the world with her Argentine husband. She’s the founder of Nomadtopia, a hub of information, inspiration, community, and support for others who want to live their ideal life, anywhere in the world. Amy also helps nonfiction writers finish their books through her other business, Nomad Editorial.

41 MIN2017 JUN 26
Comments
A Transition to a Nomadic Life

[EP 25] The unconventional mom: Career reinvention and homeschooling as a life choice

Meet Kasia Rachfall. A former insurance underwriter who reinvented her career to be an intuitive healer and business mentor. After she left corporate in 2010, she began homeschooling her two kids and have since built her business around all that comes with the homeschooling lifestyle. I interviewed this modern mama of two because this community loves learning about unconventional ways to bring your family with your location independent dreams. We also spoke about the work she does helping people release old stories and emotions to allow them to bring joy, clarity, and courage into their life.

44 MIN2017 MAY 12
Comments
[EP 25] The unconventional mom: Career reinvention and homeschooling as a life choice

[Ep 24] Freedom by Freelancing: How to Find Customers & What NOT to Do to Get Paid

This week’s interview is with one with Matt Inglot, the founder of Freelance Transformation, where he helps people build freelancing businesses around the life they want to live. Just like the people who are drawn to his website, Matt wanted the freedoms that a corporate job couldn’t offer. But it also took him 7 years of feeling stuck and making the wrong moves before figuring out how to transform his business to create the lifestyle and financial freedom to have more time for his family, travel, and of course, the security of a steady income stream.

38 MIN2017 APR 18
Comments
[Ep 24] Freedom by Freelancing: How to Find Customers & What NOT to Do to Get Paid

[Ep 23] Coliving and collaboration to build an amazing business

This week I got to interview Michael Bodekaer, on how you can build an amazing business with like-minded startups and entrepreneurs through coliving and collaboration. He is the founder of Liv.it, a tech startup ecosystem that builds amazing businesses by providing specialist resources, business knowledge, creativity and inspiring spaces to startups. Michael also the creator of Project Getaway , where I got to speak to the participants last year on how to create mobility in their businesses, and I absolutely loved the concept behind coliving and collaboration to build your business. Over a period of 30 days, 20 adventurous entrepreneurs live and work together in an inspiring and luxurious location to combine success, adventure, and a balanced lifestyle.

43 MIN2017 MAR 30
Comments
[Ep 23] Coliving and collaboration to build an amazing business

[Ep 22] Being Authentic in Your Business: How to Create an Emotional Connection to Your Customer

I have Louise Graham joining me for this episode, who is a creative marketing coach from Glasgow, and currently runs Think Frog Marketing. She’s also a self professed Personal Development Junkie with a new big idea, which we’ll discuss during this podcast. Now traveling around SE Asia, and working with international clients, Louise is rediscovering new ways to connect people, share ideas, and build authentic brands for her customers to tell great stories that align with their audience.She is a marketing strategist extraordinaire that has won awards in the UK for her marketing and launch campaigns. She is also a big advocate for understanding your story to be able to connect to your business audience authentically, but most importantly, stay true to the mission and inspiration your business wants to be a part of.

65 MIN2015 DEC 22
Comments
[Ep 22] Being Authentic in Your Business: How to Create an Emotional Connection to Your Customer

[Ep 21] Avoid the Trap of Doing Everything as an Entrepreneur

Monty, who I’ll introduce during the podcast interview, specializes in helping entrepreneurs buy more of their time back, so that they can do the aspects of the business they really enjoy doing, and learn to delegate the rest. This results in more efficient action, and the ability to build your small business to something larger, if you wish. After talking to Monty, it made me evaluate my own processes with hiring out the many pieces I need to implement in creating my next big project for 2016 - the “Turn my idea into an offer” e-course. I actually got really excited to start separating what was my role in non negotiable tasks, and what the other tasks were that I could outsource. And you know what? Even if you don’t currently have a business yet, but you’re building it, this is an amazing episode for you to listen to because there may actually be parts of your launch or business building process that may make sense for you to outsource...so YOU can focus on the parts you do be...

51 MIN2015 DEC 5
Comments
[Ep 21] Avoid the Trap of Doing Everything as an Entrepreneur

[Ep 20] Contribute to Community Through Social Entrepreneurship

On this week's podcast, I have Andy McLean on the show, a Nomadic Kiwi, former London city corporate turned startup business mentor and seeker of doing social good. Andy is a bankologist at StartupBootcamp in Singapore, a member of Tribewanted, and also leads a special project close to his heart called the Better Bali Project. Andy will betalking more about social entrepreneurship, how one can contribute to the world through their work, and of course how he escaped the financial industry’s cubicle world.

65 MIN2015 NOV 17
Comments
[Ep 20] Contribute to Community Through Social Entrepreneurship

[EP 19] Stop Playing Vanilla: Show the Real You in Your Business

This episode I have Morgan Haines from A Little Creative. She is a self described former science nerd and a recovering corporate desk jockey, who had worked for years in jobs that felt uninspiring and frustrating. Following the sudden and unexpected death of a friend, Morgan realized what her parents had always been telling her was painfully true: life is short. Now out of corporate prison, she is a brand strategist and designer for heart centered yet sweary ladypreneurs at her business. She is also a tiny human with a big mouth just like me! We talk about her escape story, but also her advice on how to create authentic branding for heart-centered entrepreneurs. What are the real focuses you should be paying attention to rather than the aesthetics? It's time to find out!

82 MIN2015 OCT 31
Comments
[EP 19] Stop Playing Vanilla: Show the Real You in Your Business

[EP 18] Build Your Tribe and Lead With Impact

I’m so excited about the conversation I get to have with my podcast guest this week, Arthur Carmazzi who foundedDirective Communication Psychology, because we get to talk about a two huge topics that I love - FEAR and IMPACT. He is ranked as one of the world's top 10 thought leader gurus in leadership. He has supported over 250 individuals to screw the cubicle with new careers as international trainers and consultants... some who are making in excess of $100,000 per month. Arthur’s message with his work also resonates with mine. He believes that one person’s footprint can make a huge impact. For him it was a teacher in 8th grade, Mr Bacchus, who literally changed his destiny, and you’ll hear a bit about that on our interview. The footprint we create during our lifetime can affect the course of history, or not even be noticed. Thanks to his teacher, Arthur has had the privilege of inspiring hundreds of thousands people (and had Lots of Fun Doing It ) who have gone on to inspire m...

63 MIN2015 OCT 14
Comments
[EP 18] Build Your Tribe and Lead With Impact

[Ep 17] Pathfinding 101: Identify the Voice of Your Heart & Allow It to Lead You

This week, I loved, loved, loved interviewing Pace Smith, who is a Pathfinding coach, a teacher, a speaker, a writer, and many more roles as you’ll hear about during our interview. I loved how Pace was a multi-passionate person, and allowed herself to use all her passions with her current career now. Her old career also used to be something completely opposite...and I really enjoyed having a great conversation with Pace about how she dealt with that new shift in direction, how she learned to be more authentic with her life and work, and her amazing wisdom on how to find purpose and follow your heart compassion.

53 MIN2015 SEP 25
Comments
[Ep 17] Pathfinding 101: Identify the Voice of Your Heart & Allow It to Lead You
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