Zara was born in Armenia, and not long after, her family moved to Ukraine in search of a better life. Though spending her entire childhood growing up in Ukraine, Zara's Armenian roots lived firmly within their family. They would often visit Armenia, which helped her become immersed in her mothe
Publish Date: Jul 19, 2021
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Zara was born in Armenia, and not long after, her family moved to Ukraine in search of a better life. Though spending her entire childhood growing up in Ukraine, Zara's Armenian roots lived firmly within their family. They would often visit Armenia, which helped her become immersed in her motherland. What makes her consider Armenia as her true home is the feeling of comfort and peace when she visits it. Zara had her first experience with different cultures when she went to study English in London. She was so fascinated by the beauty of different cultures that, after she came back, Zara decided to move her life somewhere where she could be in that environment again, leading her to get a student permit to Canada. After four years of studying, working her way to get a visa and stay permanently in Canada, Zara successfully built a new beginning in the new country. She has also started a coaching platform named The Great Move, which helps women living abroad overcome challenges and reach their life's goals.👉 SHOW NOTES 👈TOPIC WE DISCUSS IN THIS EPISODEStudy abroadMoving to CanadaOvercoming fear when moving to a new countryHow to build a positive mindsetNEED HELP TO MOVE ABROAD?Leaving your country, family and friends can be very scary. On top of that, there's a lot of uncertainty. "What am I going to do when I get there? Can I afford it? How can I find a job? What visa do I need?" Those were some of the questions I asked myself when I left my country. Now 8 years, 2 countries later and many interviews with people who've done it, I can help you do the same. Simply reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit this page to schedule a call with me.BE ON THE SHOWIf you want to be on this show, you can visit emigrantslife.com/yourstorySUPPORT THE PODCASTThe best way to support the show is to give us a review on Apple Podcast or Podchaser or on your favorite podcast app; it’s free and it will help the show growing and reach more people.Thanks for listening!Daniel De BiasiSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/emigrantslife)