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Looks Like Work

Chedva Kleinhandler

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Welcome to Looks Like Work. After learning, succeeding, failing (a lot) and learning even more, I decided to do what I do best and ask lots of questions. In this podcast I’ll be exploring work, career, entrepreneurship and everything that makes for a fulfilling and joyful life through conversations, opinions and curated content. Looks Like Work is a podcast by Chedva Kleinhandler, a serial entrepreneur obsessed with the future of work, reading, politics and curiosity.
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New episode every other Tuesday! Want to know the ins and outs of video marketing? Join the father/daughter duo Chris and Issy from their video production company Howell Media, as they discuss all aspects of the video marketing industry with plenty of tips and tricks along the way! Chris and Issy will take you behind the scenes on some of their biggest projects, answer your questions about using video in your business, and chat about family-business life as a creative team with a difference. ...
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A podcast about policies that deepen democracy. TIWDLL is the flagship podcast of the Democracy Policy Network, an interstate network that organizes policy support for the growing movement of trailblazing leaders working to deepen democracy in statehouses across America. Learn more at www.DemocracyPolicy.network.
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Looks Like We're Lost

Dustin Riedesel & Tommy Cooksey

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Being lost is the exact same as exploring. The only difference is a sense of adventure. Tommy and Dusty use their friendship to navigate all the topics that interest and confuse them: Why do politics make us hate each other? Should we teach children obedience or compassion? Are fedoras the worst kind of hat? Is happiness more about frequency or intensity? Weekly episodes and guests from all walks of life take their friendship on a constantly evolving journey to places they do not know ... YET!
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How often do you look at someone's picture online or in a magazine and think "Damn, they must have it all together!" But what you don't see is the pain, the taxing mental struggle, and the sacrifice that goes into all of it. This podcast is about that peek behind the curtain where we discuss changes that need to be made, share our stories, and tell the truth about some hard topics in an effort to create community and comradery.
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Donor conceived journalist, Louise McLoughlin, delves deeper into the secrets, discoveries, and lives of donor conceived people while trying to find the man who, presumably, looks like her.
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Our podcast stems from our shared commitment to gender equality, aiming to amplify voices and experiences in STEM through compelling storytelling. Our podcast delves into the various challenges faced by minorities, actively raising awareness and offering recommendations and potential solutions for organisations and leaders to foster more inclusive workplace cultures. Each episode serves as a platform for professionals to share their journeys, providing valuable insights for navigating the co ...
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Will and Anna explore how we can all stay ‘Younger for Longer’, meeting with experts from a range of medical, diagnostic and behavioural fields who you wouldn’t normally hear from in everyday healthcare. Many of us will live much longer than previous generations did, and this podcast looks at what this means in practical terms and how this change affects our view of health, what we call health(y) care: throughout the whole of life. From hard medical science exploring diagnostics and interven ...
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Look Like a Local is a travel podcast that will take you across North America. We interview local residents of travel destinations to find out where the best places to eat, see, and hang out are. It's like having a friend in all sorts of travel destinations to give you the inside tour and get you off of tourist trap lane. Look Like a Local is for anyone who wants to find the local's favorite places to that aren't going to be mentioned in the guidebooks.
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Gil had a front row seat to startup life and to working with celebrities. That experience, as well as defining and differentiating himself as an Israeli lawyer in an American business school, has taught him the value of stories and messaging. We speak about startup life, marketing, influencers, career trajectories and important questions. Links & r…
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Send us a Text Message. Hello lovely listeners and welcome to the latest episode of Looks Like We Made It! This week, Chris and Issy are talking all about what it's like on the run up to a busy events season in the commercial film industry. New Episode Every Other Tuesday. You can find Howell Media on: Instagram | @howell_media LinkedIn | @howellme…
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Many of us can be pretty jaded or cynical when it comes to spirituality - I know I can - but knowing Hila has completely changed my perception of spiritual guides. Hila is as funny, pragmatic, sharp and smart as she is spiritual and heart-led. In this conversation, we dive into notions of abundance and scarcity, ego, effort and how they reflect in …
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Hop into the time machine and join me and my friend Natalie Shell, Co-founder of Message Lab as we explore curiosity, creativity, the concept of rest and how we can grow in times of turbulence and be kinder to ourselves and to each other. Links & resources Natalie on Linkedin Message Lab TTT - the poem Natalie mentions Subscribe to the LLW newslett…
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In this solo episode, Chedva offers reflections on personal narratives, brave question-asking an self reflection. She also explores: “Coming out” culturally as in between definitions Interviewing other people (or listening to those interviews) as a gateway to understanding yourself Self curation in an era of oversharing Links & resources Subscribe …
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Laura and Sohan sit with the Roads Australia PPP award winner of 2023, Fiona McDonald from New South Wales. Fiona is a Senior Manager of Industry Affairs and Partnerships, who shares her experience in leading innovation in the industry, working with senior leadership teams and even championing for diversity and inclusion - a passion that arises fro…
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Episode title: The magic of doing - with Lior Barr Episode description: Lior is an educator, a musician, a podcast host and editor and also the editor of Looks Like Work. What’s more interesting is Lior’s journey to being a digital nomad in tandem with his wife and baby, while defining his identity, building a brand new work-from-anywhere business …
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In this bonus episode (recorded live) Louise continues her 'Send This To...' series. She speaks with Amanda who went public with her story in a documentary with a major UK broadcaster. As the title suggests, the idea is to ‘send this to’ anyone it could be relevant for. // 'Send This To...' is written, produced, and hosted by Louise McLoughlin. You…
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Send us a Text Message. Hello lovely listeners and welcome to the latest episode of Looks Like We Made It! This week, Chris and Issy are talking all about what it's like being a freelancer in the creative industry - is it worth it, what's it all about, and how do you do it? New Episode Every Other Tuesday. You can find Howell Media on: Instagram | …
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Some people are alarmed by getting “no” as an answer, some people are unphased by it, and some people – like Inbal Boussiba – hate it, and yet use it as their fuel. Inbal and I met up (in person! groundbreaking) to discuss the engine at the foundation of her entrepreneurship, both in the fashion world and the social impact world. We also went deep …
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Send us a Text Message. Hello lovely listeners and welcome to the latest episode of Looks Like We Made It! This week, Chris and Issy are talking all about how you can be more camera confident. If the thing that's stopping you from making great content is the urge to hide from the camera, make sure you give this a listen. New Episode Every Other Tue…
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Esty Bitton Shushan wasn’t familiar with the term “feminist”, she sat in meetings dedicated to literally erasing women from ads, radio shows and other narratives and had to write op-eds using her first name initials in order to be able to participate in a man’s world - yet she became a feminist icon who’s brought feminism and choice to the lives of…
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Send us a Text Message. Hello lovely listeners and welcome to the latest episode of Looks Like We Made It! This week, Chris and Issy are talking all about whether 4 years on from the global pandemic, if livestreaming and virtual events really have a place in our calendar. New Episode Every Other Tuesday. You can find Howell Media on: Instagram | @h…
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In this episode, we have the pleasure of sitting down with Josh Yates, a multifaceted individual serving as the co-director of Landy Advisory, the director of the Tweed Seagulls Rugby League Football Club, and the vice president of the Gold Coast Chamber of Commerce. Josh candidly shares the challenges he faced at the outset of his journey in the i…
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Send us a Text Message. Hello lovely listeners and welcome to the latest episode of Looks Like We Made It! This week, Chris and Issy are talking all about why maintaining brand continuity is so essential. Do you think about how you can keep it consistent? New Episode Every Other Tuesday. You can find Howell Media on: Instagram | @howell_media Linke…
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She went from being Married At First Sight’s first wedding officiant to co-found a startup supporting people going through divorce and other life changes. Still, there's a core truth that runs through Jenny’s career - and it has to do with creating and maintaining systems, taking care of people but also challenging and questioning authority. In a c…
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Join Laura and Sohan in their interview with Rhianna Di Trapani, the civil construction professional turned director of her very own company - Virtual Civil Consulting! From juggling two degrees and two part-time jobs to managing 20-million dollar projects in the construction industry - Rhianna is an inspiration for young women in STEM wanting to r…
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Coaching, guiding and managing alongside startup founders and investors doesn’t sound like a particularly relaxing or slow-paced lifestyle. And yet Rotem Kazir has managed to find her own rhythm within the mayhem - and she’s now coaching founders and investors to take a beat and listen for their pulse, too. We talked about Rotem’s journey in HR, te…
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Send us a Text Message. Hello lovely listeners and welcome to the latest episode of Looks Like We Made It! This week, Chris and Issy are talking about why businesses should utilise content creation training, boost their skills and fill those knowledge gaps! New Episode Every Other Tuesday. You can find Howell Media on: Instagram | @howell_media Lin…
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Episode description: It takes a special kind of courage to gain the professional validation you’ve been looking for your entire career - and then be willing to put it aside in order to restructure your work life to actually work for you. Sivan did just that, and in that, found how silencing distraction is helping her achieve what really matters to …
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In this episode, Sohan and Lau sit down with Vanessa, a transportation engineer reshaping the face of Civil Engineering. Vanessa shares her passion for engineering and social media, discussing the importance of inspiring young professionals by highlighting engineers' role in shaping city infrastructure. She opens up about challenges in her career a…
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How do I describe this episode? I can only say I hope every Looks Like Work episode will reach the depth, vulnerability and exploration that I’ve experienced in my conversation with Yakir. Dr. Yakir Englander is the Senior Director of Leadership at the Israeli American Council, a lecturer at the HAR rabbinical school in NY and a Fullbright scholar.…
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Send us a Text Message. Hello lovely listeners and welcome to the latest episode of Looks Like We Made It! This week, Chris and Issy are getting to the bottom of whether location really does matter for creative businesses - does anyone really care where you're based? Do Issy and Chris actually know where they are? New Episode Every Other Tuesday. Y…
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Welcome back to Looks Like Work! To kick off season 2, I sat down with Olivia Dreizen Howell, Co-founder and CEO for a frank and vulnerable conversation about fresh starts… meaning, my own fresh start. Olivia, who was a guest on LLW last season, came to play host and interviewed me about what I learned from my divorce, what it’s like to lose your v…
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Send us a Text Message. WE'RE BAAAAACK! Hello lovely listeners and welcome to the latest episode and revamped brand new series of Looks Like We Made It! This week Issy and Chris are discussing where on Earth they've been the last 10 months, and what exciting new services are available with Howell Media. New Episode Every Other Tuesday. You can find…
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Join Sohan and Laura as they interview Miranda Swift, a rising star in engineering. Discover how she kickstarted her career in high school, evolving from a part-time worker to a cadet civil engineer. Miranda's passion for enhancing STEM opportunities for rural girls is palpable as she discusses her initiatives to boost their job prospects and educa…
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In this episode, Lau and Sohan host Angela Hucker, CEO of EPIC. Angela shares experiences from her career, spanning two decades in male-dominated industries. She talks about learning to rise to the occasion, how you can jump into a new role and learn to fit into it. She talks about the changes the industry has been through, in recognising female ta…
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In Episode 33, Sohan and Laura are joined by Akshaye Shewale, the visionary owner of Mebumi. Mebumi is at the forefront of the future, revolutionising the outsourcing of engineering from India, the world's largest producer of engineers. In this episode, we delve into the art of mustering the courage to pursue your dreams, maximising the potential o…
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Join Laura and Sohan as they unravel the extraordinary engineering journey of Daniel Lambert, an Entrepreneur, Innovator, and Humanitarian engineer specialising in Water, Energy, and Resources. This episode delves into the diverse skills essential to engineering, which challenge the misconception that STEM is solely mathematical. Daniel shares valu…
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In the latest episode of the You Don't Look Like an Engineer podcast, Sohan and Laura get into the nitty and gritty with Marzena Bilicka. A civil engineer from Poland, with experience in England and Australia for the past 14 years, Marzena is an experienced engineer, a mother of two and passionate about art. She shares her invaluable experiences on…
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Join Laura and Sohan as they delve into the hidden challenges women encounter in leadership roles – a discussion centered around the glass cliff phenomenon. This phenomenon unfolds when women step into leadership roles amidst precarious situations, significantly impacting their leadership journeys and career progression. Tune in to unravel the comp…
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To celebrate their 30th Episode, Lau and Sohan sit down with Andrew McGregor - the male ally who has supported the You don't Look Like an Engineer Podcast since its inception. Andrew is the Managing Director for Design & Build and has been in the recruitment industry for 17 years. In this episode, Andrew shares his insights into some of the most cr…
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Almost 82% of jobs these days are sedentary in nature, while humans are built for the opposite. On of the unspoken challenges about desk jobs are maintaining movement in your routine, which balances your mental and physical self to bring your best to work. Laura and Sohan team up with Erika Gomez for another chat, this time, focusing on the importa…
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Teeshal Bal is a rail engineer with a passion for financial freedom that led her to a range of experiences outside of the engineering industry. She currently works with Metro Trains Melbourne and has delivered to date, $5 billion worth of successful infrastructure in Australia to date. She has built two start-ups that have become more than $1 milli…
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Join Sohan and Lau as they candidly share their recent workplace experiences. Both are currently in the midst of significant career transitions, and their story is both relatable and inspiring. 🚀 Throughout the episode, Sohan and Lau provide valuable insights into the strategies and mindset shifts that have allowed them to navigate these profession…
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If you haven't yet, go back and listen to Episode 7, which is Part 1 of our 2 Parter! You don't have to, but this is such a special topic, I highly recommend it. Joining me is Krystal Marie and Anaya La'Shell from Breathe: Bodywork and Beautification aka my spa! These amazing practitioners have 2 very different sides of the spectrum when it comes t…
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In this episode, Laura and Sohan chat with Margaret Gayen, a former athlete, skilled public speaker, and mechanical engineer. Margaret shares her journey of excelling as a university student while actively participating in athletics, dealing with self-comparison during her career, and smoothly transitioning from sports to becoming a full-time mecha…
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In the final episode of season two, donor conceived journalist Louise McLoughlin speaks with people who found half-sibling matches — only to later discover that they weren't related at all. Meantime, as she meets her most recently-found half-sister, Louise reflects on the joys and complexities of an ever-growing sibling group. You can follow You Lo…
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In Laura and Sohan's latest conversation, they delve into the origins of the 8-8-8 split within the working day. Their conversation takes a look at how the conventional 9-5 work routine has evolved throughout the last century. This podcast explores how societal influences have moulded our work environments, prompting a critical reevaluation of the …
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In this episode, Lau and Sohan had a captivating conversation with Deanna Hood, Australia's 2022 Young Engineer of the Year. A mathematical prodigy who completed high school at 15. She harnessed her talents in robotics and electrical engineering to make groundbreaking contributions, such as developing spray-on skin for burn victims and brain chips …
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With the rise of open social media platforms like Mastodon and Bluesky, nonprofits have new opportunities to develop close conversations with the communities they seek to support. Many of these open social media platforms are also better aligned with nonprofits’ values than major tech companies have been. What are the best ways for non-profits to g…
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In the latest 1on1 with Sohan and Lau, they discuss the state of affairs of the feminist movement. Touching on the history of the subject, an attempt to acknowledge the citizen status of women, and elevate their quality of life beyond household. The movement has since morphed in three stages, from the working and sexual rights of women to being an …
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Joining me in the studio is 2 independent contractors from Breathe: Bodywork and Beautification, Anaya of Glow my Body Spa and Krystal of Massaged by Krystal. We have a discussion about disenfranchised grief or unconventional grief-grief that isn't commonly recognized by society and can often be overlooked or invalidated from peers, coworkers, fami…
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In the aftermath of a chaotic Twitter takeover, many people have moved away from centralized social media platforms to a new set of social platforms that are open-source, decentralized, and user-centered—like Bluesky, Mastodon, and Nostr. But civic-minded social platforms are nothing new. This episode presents some of Open Social Media’s origin sto…
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In this episode, Laura and Sohan dig into what it means to have internalised misogyny. They discuss the origins of this problem and how it can surface in daily life situations. They talk about how the patriarchal systems led to a picture of inferiority in women and how society has propagated this. It’s important to address the demon within, so Lau …
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In this episode of You Don't Look Like an Engineer, Sohan and Lau hold their first ever panel of guests, in collaboration with their sponsors Design and Build. The panel includes guests from ARCH Artifex, Director Jonathan Luey and Requirements Manager Jodie Nguyen, and also D&B Consultant Sophie Potts. The panel tackles issues of inclusivity and g…
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At a time when many people are focused on recent advances in artificial intelligence, another transformative technology is quietly emerging to reshape our future: quantum computing. The people working toward this radical shift imagine a world where quantum computing revolutionizes drug discovery, financial strategies, and various global challenges.…
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When you are the person that everybody else goes to when they are in trouble, who do you go to? Join us for an emotional episode with Erica Owens of Frugal on the Fly as she guides us through a traumatic event that happened in her life-what she did, who she asked for help, what DID help and what DIDN'T...... Don't forget to follow Erica in all of h…
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In Episode 5, we do an unscripted conversation with Erica Owens, the founder of Frugal on the Fly in Detroit. Philanthropy is such an important thing to me, my business, and my ethics so meeting Erica to discuss her overwhelming impact in the city in such a short amount of time was truly a blessing. You can find out more about her endeavors, events…
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IMAGE BY Alexis Kenyon via DALL-E Many of us assume everyone has access to the Internet. In light of the last few years of global pandemic, however, we observed headlines about the unconnected and the issues that were created in social, work, and educational daily experiences. Why are some Americans, especially in the rural Midwest flyover states, …
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