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The Live The Experience Podcast brings you stories of young people that went abroad to get out of their comfort zone and to become responsible leaders. Join host Lenny Müller every week for inspiring conversations about responsible leadership development. This podcast is powered by AIESEC. AIESEC is a international fully youth-led organisation present in 120 countries that provides an opportunity for young people to intern or volunteer abroad in non-familiar environments.

Latest Episodes

#13.2 What does it take to change your career path?

Part 2 with Faris is all about his learnings during his Global Talent project powered by AIESEC. What can you take out of a Global Talent internship? What do you learn as an intern at company for 12 months and what is it like to be in a new country for 12 months?These are some of the questions Faris and Lenny talk about in this part. Find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y Find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

17 MINJUN 3
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#13.2 What does it take to change your career path?

#13.1 What does it take to change your career path?

What does it take to change your career path? For Faris it was an experience he took outside of his studies. He went on a Global Talent project powered by AIESEC and discovered his passion for sales. But how does a Global Talent project actually look like? What is your responsibility as an intern and what opportunities might arise? Find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y Find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

27 MINMAY 27
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#13.1 What does it take to change your career path?

#12 Leaving your country for the first time of your life

Pranoy left India for the first time in his life to go on a Global Volunteer project in Turkey. His experience in Turkey was filled with new friendships from countries he never met before, having impact, and removing barriers between nations... Find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y Find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

22 MINMAY 20
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#12 Leaving your country for the first time of your life

#11 How far can you get out of your comfort zone?

Lenny and Aqsa talk about her experience in Egypt and how far you can get out of your comfort zone. Aqsa enjoyed a life without having to worry about anything. She decided to get out of her comfort zone and took ownership of her own life. Find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y Find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

20 MINMAY 13
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#11 How far can you get out of your comfort zone?

#10 How difficult is it to start your own company?

Charly did not expect to lead his own company after a 12 months internship in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. His journey is not the typical one you might expect. Get to know Charly! Find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y & Charly @ccardenoc Find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

21 MINAPR 8
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#10 How difficult is it to start your own company?

#09 Escaping societal expectations

Spending 8 weeks in Brazil and working for a startup opened Sofie's eyes. She released that she was following societal expectations for a long time. She discovered the true meaning of purpose and finally felt like her work was put in something bigger. Enjoy this episode! If you want to share some feedback with me. Please contact me at Leonard.muller@aiesec.net You can find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y You can find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

24 MINAPR 1
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#09 Escaping societal expectations

#08 How important is passion for you?

Gwen spent 8 weeks in Manila, The Philippines to volunteer. This experienced helped her to realise how important passion is to her for the things she does and having clarity about her intend. Since then she carried out those things in daily life. Enjoy this episode! If you want to share some feedback with me. Please contact me at Leonard.muller@aiesec.net You can find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y You can find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

24 MINMAR 25
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#08 How important is passion for you?

#07 Building a new life in the United States

Souhail made a bold decision when he decided to move to the United States from Morocco for 18 months to join UPS for a 18-months internship. It was a very different experience to what he was used to at home. He had to take ownership over his life and figure out how to start a new life in the U.S. If you want to share some feedback with me. Please contact me at Leonard.muller@aiesec.net You can find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y You can find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

24 MINMAR 18
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#07 Building a new life in the United States

#06 Can you be too young to learn about inequalities?

Victoria was fortunate enough to win a Global Volunteer project to go to Brazil. She and fellow volunteers joined a local NGO with the aim to raise awareness about inequalities such as racism and disabilities. They came up with creative ways to address the topics. Listen to a story about fear, challenges and enjoyment. If you want to share some feedback with me. Please contact me at Leonard.muller@aiesec.net You can find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y You can find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

-1 sMAR 10
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#06 Can you be too young to learn about inequalities?

#05 Reducing inequalities in Chile

Milagros went to Chile to participate in a Global Volunteer project that is contributing towards Sustainable Development Goal #10 Reducing Inequalities. She took care of children whose parents could not do so out of different reasons. She was faced by tough situations that were new to her but managed to go though it and learn from it. One child got particularly close to her she had a positive impact on him... If you want to share some feedback with me. Please contact me at Leonard.muller@aiesec.net You can find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y You can find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

23 MINMAR 4
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#05 Reducing inequalities in Chile

Latest Episodes

#13.2 What does it take to change your career path?

Part 2 with Faris is all about his learnings during his Global Talent project powered by AIESEC. What can you take out of a Global Talent internship? What do you learn as an intern at company for 12 months and what is it like to be in a new country for 12 months?These are some of the questions Faris and Lenny talk about in this part. Find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y Find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

17 MINJUN 3
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#13.2 What does it take to change your career path?

#13.1 What does it take to change your career path?

What does it take to change your career path? For Faris it was an experience he took outside of his studies. He went on a Global Talent project powered by AIESEC and discovered his passion for sales. But how does a Global Talent project actually look like? What is your responsibility as an intern and what opportunities might arise? Find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y Find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

27 MINMAY 27
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#13.1 What does it take to change your career path?

#12 Leaving your country for the first time of your life

Pranoy left India for the first time in his life to go on a Global Volunteer project in Turkey. His experience in Turkey was filled with new friendships from countries he never met before, having impact, and removing barriers between nations... Find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y Find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

22 MINMAY 20
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#12 Leaving your country for the first time of your life

#11 How far can you get out of your comfort zone?

Lenny and Aqsa talk about her experience in Egypt and how far you can get out of your comfort zone. Aqsa enjoyed a life without having to worry about anything. She decided to get out of her comfort zone and took ownership of her own life. Find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y Find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

20 MINMAY 13
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#11 How far can you get out of your comfort zone?

#10 How difficult is it to start your own company?

Charly did not expect to lead his own company after a 12 months internship in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. His journey is not the typical one you might expect. Get to know Charly! Find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y & Charly @ccardenoc Find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

21 MINAPR 8
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#10 How difficult is it to start your own company?

#09 Escaping societal expectations

Spending 8 weeks in Brazil and working for a startup opened Sofie's eyes. She released that she was following societal expectations for a long time. She discovered the true meaning of purpose and finally felt like her work was put in something bigger. Enjoy this episode! If you want to share some feedback with me. Please contact me at Leonard.muller@aiesec.net You can find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y You can find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

24 MINAPR 1
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#09 Escaping societal expectations

#08 How important is passion for you?

Gwen spent 8 weeks in Manila, The Philippines to volunteer. This experienced helped her to realise how important passion is to her for the things she does and having clarity about her intend. Since then she carried out those things in daily life. Enjoy this episode! If you want to share some feedback with me. Please contact me at Leonard.muller@aiesec.net You can find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y You can find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

24 MINMAR 25
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#08 How important is passion for you?

#07 Building a new life in the United States

Souhail made a bold decision when he decided to move to the United States from Morocco for 18 months to join UPS for a 18-months internship. It was a very different experience to what he was used to at home. He had to take ownership over his life and figure out how to start a new life in the U.S. If you want to share some feedback with me. Please contact me at Leonard.muller@aiesec.net You can find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y You can find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

24 MINMAR 18
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#07 Building a new life in the United States

#06 Can you be too young to learn about inequalities?

Victoria was fortunate enough to win a Global Volunteer project to go to Brazil. She and fellow volunteers joined a local NGO with the aim to raise awareness about inequalities such as racism and disabilities. They came up with creative ways to address the topics. Listen to a story about fear, challenges and enjoyment. If you want to share some feedback with me. Please contact me at Leonard.muller@aiesec.net You can find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y You can find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

-1 sMAR 10
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#06 Can you be too young to learn about inequalities?

#05 Reducing inequalities in Chile

Milagros went to Chile to participate in a Global Volunteer project that is contributing towards Sustainable Development Goal #10 Reducing Inequalities. She took care of children whose parents could not do so out of different reasons. She was faced by tough situations that were new to her but managed to go though it and learn from it. One child got particularly close to her she had a positive impact on him... If you want to share some feedback with me. Please contact me at Leonard.muller@aiesec.net You can find me on Instagram @lenny.y.y You can find more information about AIESEC on www.aiesec.org Follow us on: Instagram Facebook Music byDJ Nobrauws

23 MINMAR 4
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#05 Reducing inequalities in Chile
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