Eira Joy Aringay is a Melbourne-based creative who ventured into the unknown world of social entrepreneurship after losing her full-time job. In this season of self-reflection and discovery, she felt compelled to document her past career experiences and life lessons.
Dear Future Boss is a podcast series produced especially for young people pursuing creative careers. Subscribe now to listen to stories and insights into what it takes to build a sustainable and fulfilling life as a multi-passionate creator.
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The Dear Future Boss podcast is produced in support of young people navigating the uncertain world of creative industry. Drawn from her own personal experiences, Melbourne-based writer and musician Eira Joy Aringay discusses and explores all kinds of issues that students and graduates face as they enter the workforce from the seemingly safe and stable shores of education. If you are one such young person, this podcast is here to help you find your path and get clarity on your career and life purpose!
If you are an educator, employer, parent, artist or entrepreneur, we encourage you to also subscribe for valuable insights into the minds of Millennials and Generation Z – there is much to be gleaned from listening to their thoughts, experiences and perspectives on the world that might just help you in your own work and life in general!
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As independent creators, our podcast is completely self-funded. We believe in this project and the positive impact it aims to have on young people, which is the driving force behind why we started it, with only simple resources at our disposal.
We’re always looking to grow and improve and with extra support we will be able to get our message out far and wide for those that need it! If you believe in what we’re doing and want to help us, we welcome donations, no matter how small. In fact, even the price of a coffee helps!