Episode 04 – Final Podcast introduction Monologue exploring the Broader Vision of TNP and the Resources section of the Podcast Platform by Creator and Host Bassey Simon
Hi there, NADvigators Nation! Welcome to The Nadvigators Podcast.
The Nadcast goal is to create a legacy for generations yet unborn. Some stories will make you laugh, some will make you cry, and some will inspire and motivate you. Ultimately, Nadcast will present Many Stories with One goal – helping you navigate the American dream along the way to living the American dream, whatever that dream means to you.
In this episode, I cover another aspect of this platform, the resources section.
The resources section will serve as a complement to all the fantastic and diverse stories that we will hear.
What’s your Nadvigating story?
Purpose of the Resources Section of The Navigators Podcast on the Nadvigator Platform.
I have five broad visions for the resources section. The first four were discussed in episode 03. In this episode, I discuss the important role Experts will play in this program.
- Accent Reduction Experts will be featured to guide the Nadvigators in their journey
- Education Experts from colleges, employment specialists, and credential agencies will be featured
- experts will be featured on how to do simple things that may be challenging to most, although seemed simple.
- one segment during the interviews, where guests will tell us some of the comical moments of their journeys or share some of the most outrageous and funny advice or pieces of information they received from their host’s family when they first arrived. Or some of the most annoying questions that Americans were asking you.
Resources Mentioned from Episode 04:
Accent Reduction training
Major Key Points from Episode:
- Don’t be frustrated if you have tried to eliminate your accent.
- Everybody has an accent, including Americans. Learn to speak to be understood, not to talk like Americans.
- Take time to research and learn from others with educational credentials outside the USA. Start with asking questions. Do not believe everything people are telling you until you do your homework.
- make an effort to understand the social culture of Americans, and your life will be made easier
- One reliable place to get great information is in the resources section of nadcast.com
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Part 2 – Introduction of the Resources Section Show Notes
- The Nadvigators podcast – Nadvigating, the American Dream with Bassey Simon, is now approved on all the major podcast listening platforms. Yay!
- We live on Stitcher, iTunes, Google Play Music, Soundcloud, TuneIn, and Spotify.
- The resources section will serve as a complement to all the amazing and diverse stories that we will hear.
- I recently interviewed a guest, and I, too, came to the realization that the challenges of new immigrants seem to be universal, regardless of where you came from. This was an enlightening opportunity for me because, before that interview, I used to think that perhaps, the issues I had to deal with were because I looked a certain way, spoke a certain way, or came from a particular area of the globe.
- An employer will find the information we will be curating from the Nadvigators very useful and insightful as they plan and conduct cultural sensitivity training for their employees.
Remember, in many countries outside the united states, men wear “Trousers” not “Pants.”
- We will have one segment during the interviews, where guests will tell us some of the comical moments of their journeys or share some of the most outrageous and funny advice or pieces of information they received from their host’s family when they first arrived. Or some of the most annoying questions that you were being asked by Americans.