#21 If you really want something, you will find a way – Interview with Darine Aboulezz

Do you know the feeling of being dissatisfied, and demotivated? Surrounded by toxic people & feeling useless. What do you do about it? Today on the podcast, I speak to Darine. In 2015 she quit her job and bought a one-way ticket to South America. 

Darine is an avid polyglot traveller who is thirsty for knowledge. She can be passionate on the dancefloor upon hearing the Latin music or a ninja when in a dojo. Everything happens for a reason is her daily motto. 

Darine has been in the field of training for the past ten years, and her Ikigai is to teach, inspire, empower and entertain others. She is now the creator of Never Been Friends, which aims at serving the world with better public speakers.

Darine and I speak about:

✨ how it is to travel alone as a woman in South America 

✨ the learnings you get from travelling the world

✨ why it’s important to find a job that fulfils you 

✨ how your perception of happiness can always change 

✨ the importance of freedom and why we often take it for granted 

From the interview, you will learn: 

✨ how you find a way if you really want something

✨ how you can be happy when you are alone

✨ how not to take things personally 

✨ why its important to cut toxic people out of your life 

✨ how discovering yourself can make you happy 

Links to the episode:

You can contact Darine on:

Instagram Never Been Friends

Facebook Page Never Been Friends

Couchsurfing 👉 https://www.couchsurfing.com/

Book-Tip 👉 The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman 

Please let me know what you take away for yourself?

I look forward to your insights and thoughts on the episode. Feel free to comment on Instagram @nadineanneyoga.

From the bottom of my heart, I would love for you to share this episode with as many people as possible to help me make the world a happier place. 

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