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Lively conversations about important topics to inspire all of us to change the world, one act, one word, one dream at a time.
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In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Dorris Walker-Taylor, Senior Ambassador of Thistle Farms. Here, she opens up about the painful incident of seeing her father murdered and how that led to a lifestyle of drugs and selling herself on the streets of Nashville. Dorris shares openly about her decades of feeling lost and alone and how the prayers of her mother and the love of a friend finally led her to safety. In her 50s, she finally found freedom, and with it, great joy. A newlywed, Dorris now goes around sharing her love of music, the love of God, and the important mission of Thistle Farms to help women who have been victimized. You can find Thistle Farms on IG @ThistleFarms and on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ThistleFarms. The website is: https://thistlefarms.org.Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com. We are also on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuVDFP8jEcv5bdhr8VLzXjA. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends. We are now on PATREON and we would love if you would join our growing community! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Darcy Olsen, founder and CEO of Gen Justice, which "works to mend the child protection system and bring a permanent end to innocent children enduring violence." A foster parent to 10 and now having adopted 4 children, as a single mom Darcy has thrown herself into caring for kids who are sometimes forgotten on both a micro and a macro scale. Gen Justice is committed to changing federal and state laws and allowing children to have a voice when they are being harmed and overlooked. In this episode we talk about how Darcy got involved in this important issue, the role of community and positivity in raising strong children, and how every person can get involved in giving a voice to the little voices who need it the most.  You can find Gen Justice on IG @GenJustice and on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/GenJustice/. The website is: https://www.genjustice.org.Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com. We are also on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuVDFP8jEcv5bdhr8VLzXjA. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends. We are now on PATREON and we would love if you would join our growing community! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Dion Dawson, founder and visionary of Dion's Chicago Dream. Growing up in Englewood on the south side of Chicago, Dion later spent time in the Navy, serving as a journalist and communications specialist. When his time of service was up, Dion returned to his neighborhood in the hopes of helping the people there. In this episode, we talk about Dion's path to launching his Chicago dream (which was not at all easy) and about the work he is tirelessly pursuing to bring fresh food and unconditional love to those in his neighborhood. We loved this conversation and know you will as well. We invite you to check out what Dion and his "dream team" are doing and to partner with him. You can find Dion's Chicago Dream on IG @DionsChicagoDream and on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/DionsChicagoDream. The website is: https://www.dionschicagodream.com. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com. We are also on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuVDFP8jEcv5bdhr8VLzXjA. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends. We are now on PATREON and we would love if you would join our growing community! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Samantha Tan, a 23-year-old phenom who is setting the stage for a new generation of women in race car driving. At the age of 14, with the encouragement of her father, Samantha began her love for driving fast. Today, she owns her own race car team (ST Racing) and just won her first 24-hour race in Dubai. Here we talk about racing cars, what got her to where she is, and the obstacles she has faced along the way. Her encouragement to others? Don't let failure stop you, stay focused, and let your actions speak for themselves.You can find Samantha on IG @Samanthaatan and on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/samanthatanracing. Her racing website is: https://www.st-racing.org. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com. We are also on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuVDFP8jEcv5bdhr8VLzXjA. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends! We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Mark White, founder of Run Grateful and Your Town, about the power of community and why we all need physical proximity even as we continue to communicate virtually. Mark shares his own journey of recovery and how those around him stood with him as he took his life back. We talk about fatherhood, finding your calling, and how to make time for gratitude in your daily routine. You can find Mark on IG @MarkWhite_0602 and Run Grateful @1gratefulrun. You can find Run Grateful on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/1gratefulrun.Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com.We are also on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuVDFP8jEcv5bdhr8VLzXjA. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends! We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with retired Oklahoma City firefighter Chris Fields. Best known around the world for his role in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, where he was featured in the iconic photo  carrying 1-year-old Baylee Almon, Chris served for 31 years before retiring to now be a mentor and guide for other first responders dealing with trauma. In this conversation, we talk about what it takes to be a firefighter and the (sometimes silent) toll it can sometimes take on those serving. We also talk about Chris' journey with PTSD and depression, which led down a suicidal path where he hit rock bottom. There he discovered the strength to find help and hope. Chris candidly opens up about his own journey and today leads a weekly webinar called Trauma Behind the Badge with three other first responders who serve as guides for those who are silently suffering.You can find Chris on IG @FF4OU. You can visit his website here: https://www.chrisfields.org. You can find Trauma Behind the Badge on IG @trauma_behind_the_badge and on Facebook at:  https://www.facebook.com/traumabehindthebadge.Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com.We are also on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuVDFP8jEcv5bdhr8VLzXjA. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends! We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Kellie Haddock, a Christian singer-songwriter who has an incredible story of hope. Losing her husband in a car accident while also having her baby's life saved, Kellie has lived through tragedy and found hope and joy on the other side. Through that horrific event, however, Kellie has learned much about hope and life, and 10 years after the accident, Kellie's story was documented in The Thank You Project, a short film in which she seeks out the doctors and nurses who helped save the life of her baby. The Thank You Project has attracted more than 150 million views and has been featured on The TODAY Show, The Huffington Post, and Cosmopolitan among other national and international media outlets. Here we talk about hope in the midst of pain and how the love of God compels her to keep speaking hope to a weary world. Kellie shares about the power of music to express hidden things and to allow us to grieve and to find joy. Not shying away from her faith, she shares how her music speaks life into those of all backgrounds and why love conquers all.You'll walk away inspired to press into grief in order to find hope on the other side. Kellie is releasing a new single, "Even When," which drops February 26. You can pre-save it here: https://show.co/gUppA2E.You can find Kellie on IG @KellieHaddockMusic and on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/kelliehaddockofficial. You can visit her website here: https://www.kelliehaddock.com, where you can find links to all of her music.Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends! We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Teresa Goines, the founder of Old Skool Cafe, a faith-based, violence prevention program that provides job training, employment, and a second chance by way of a 1920’s speakeasy, jazz restaurant run by at-risk, formerly incarcerated, and foster care youth.As a youth, Teresa grew up taking care of her father and learning how to be a caretaker and notice those on the margins of society. As a juvenile detention officer, she developed a deep compassion and empathy for young adults who come from difficult backgrounds. When she began to dream about how to help kids in these situations, she envisioned what would later become Old Skool Cafe. In this episode, we talk about "bringing out the gold" in others, why hope is so powerful, and how even her restaurant embraces the diversity of a variety of backgrounds. You'll walk away excited about the possibilities of putting passion and business together, and will truly believe that no dream is too big if we keep at it.You can find Teresa on IG @Teresa_Goines and Old Skool Cafe @OldSkoolCafe. You can find them on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/oldskoolcafe. You can visit their website here: https://www.oldskoolcafe.org. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends! We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Nick Skytland and Ali Llewellyn about working at NASA, finding your calling, helping others to dream big, and of course, their new book, What Comes Next?: Shaping the Future in an Ever-Changing World - A Guide for Christian Leaders. Nick is an author, consultant, technologist, innovator, and triathlete. He is cofounder, along with Ali, of Quite Uncommon, a strategy and consulting firm that helps ministry leaders navigate the future. He also works at NASA in the Exploration Technology Office helping usher in the future of human space exploration. His technical and leadership experience has helped him build high performing teams and pioneer new ways of doing business in both government and industry for over two decades. He has trained astronauts, designed next-generation spacesuits, developed open source technology, led missional movements, and created some of the largest purpose-driven collaborations in history. Ali is co-founder of Quite Uncommon and is a strategist and collaboration leader at NASA, currently directing the 1958 Coworking Space at the Johnson Space Center. She has more than two decades of cross-sector experience in growing effective teams and building engaged communities with resiliency and foresight - including for some of the largest hackathons in the world. We talk about their journeys to both NASA and launching a consulting firm as well as the importance of sharing what you know and pouring into other people. You can find Nick on IG @Skytland and Ali @adllewellyn. You can visit their website here: http://quiteuncommon.com or here: https://futuresframework.com. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends! We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Aalia Lanius, author, entrepreneur, and founder of Unsugercoated Media, which seeks to help survivors of trauma through media and works of art that address the critical issues facing society today. As a survivor of homelessness, domestic violence, and cancer, Aalia shares openly about what got her through those times and how the power of self love can have a tremendous impact on our lives and those around us. Here we discuss what it means to have vision and passion, and why it's never too late to discover your next life-giving mission. Aalia shares her vision of a world which breaks down prejudice and offers everyone the opportunity to authentically tell their story. We hope you walk away feel as though you are here for a reason and that the possibilities are endless as to how you will love our world well.You can find Aalia on IG @Aalia_Unsugarcoated or on FB at https://www.facebook.com/unsugarcoatedmedia. You can visit her website here: https://unsugarcoatedmedia.com. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends! We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann kick off Season 2 with a fun and engaging conversation about joy, diversity, dance, and it's like to live way up in the Yukon, the land of the midnight sun. Gurdeep Pandher travels the world (and now via Zoom) to teach the lively and joyful dance called Bhangra, which was developed by rural Sikh farmers in India.We talk about his journey from India to becoming a Canadian citizen and the lessons he's learned about people and cultures from his time traveling throughout Canada. Gurdeep believes deeply in the power of getting to know those different than ourselves and the power of joy to change how we see the world. He touches upon his Sikh heritage and how he has captured the hearts of so many--from rural communities to major cities. You can find Gurdeep on IG @GurdeepPandher or on FB at https://www.facebook.com/GurdeepPandher. You can visit their website here: https://gurdeep.ca. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends! We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann wrap up Season 1 of the Heromakers Podcast with an incredible conversation with Col. Jim McDonough (USA, Ret.), Executive Director of Headstrong, an organization dedicated to healing the hidden wounds of war among our active duty military, veterans, and their families. Jim shares lessons he learned from his 26 years of active duty along with other positions he has held in civilian and non-profit sectors. Jim was previously Director of Veteran Affairs for the state of New York. You can find his bio here: https://getheadstrong.org/jim-mcdonough.Jim talks about his time overseas and those who impacted him the most, lessons he learned about working with others and leadership, and the power of vulnerability and failure in becoming a better leader. We talk honestly about suffering in silence and about the power of breaking silence to find healing. Grab a notebook for this episode as you will find lots of great takeaways about everything from selfless servanthood to the difference between being a supervisor and being a leader. You can find Headstrong on IG @GetHeadstrong or on FB at https://www.facebook.com/HeadstrongProject. You can visit their website here: https://getheadstrong.org. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends! We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
Wow! We made it to 27 episodes--and have had a great time doing so.Nearly four months into the launch of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann discuss memorable moments and walk through each heromaking trait and share which episode highlighted each so well. We want to thank all of our listeners for making the first months of the podcast so fun, and for all of our guests, who shared with vulnerability and authenticity their own stories so that others could be encouraged and moved to openly consider how they too have an indelible place in our world. As we wrap up Season 1 of the Heromakers Podcast, we want to hear from you! Message us on IG or FB or shoot us an email. What have you loved? Who do you want us to interview? Season 2 is coming soon - and we know you will love it. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!And share this episode with your friends! We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Jay Shifman, author, speaker, podcast host, and founder of Choose Your Struggle. As we bear down on 10 months of Covid-19 shaking up our lives, Jay talks about his own struggle with depression and anxiety and attempted suicide. We discuss the all-too-common problem of substance misuse and how good things can go bad quickly. Jay has been sharing his story for years in an effort to educate others on how to care for and advocate for yourself when being diagnosed with a mental health illness. Jay's own story is powerful and speaks to the importance of family, self-care, and mindfulness as ways to pick a "struggle" that is worth fighting for. Oh, and Jay tells us why the term "struggle" isn't always bad.You can find Jay on IG @JayShifman or on FB at https://www.facebook.com/ChooseYourStruggle. You can visit his website here: https://www.jayshifman.com. List of resources from the Western Mass Recovery Learning Community: https://www.westernmassrlc.org/helpful-links-to-other-websites.Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: https://www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Khristi Lauren Adams, a speaker, author, youth advocate, and minister who authored the Parable of the Brown Girl, which highlights the cultural and spiritual truths that emerge from the lives of young black girls. She works as the Firestone Endowment Chaplain and an Instructor of Religious Studies and Philosophy at The Hill School in Pottstown, Pennsylvania and as Interim Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at the Hill School. She is the Founder & Director of “The Becoming Conference”, an annual conference designed to empower, educate & inspire girls between the ages of 13-18. In this episode, we talk about Khristi's journey to discover why she loves working with youth and vulnerable populations, why diversity is so important for our future, and how to listen to the stories of our girls of color who are growing up with a distorted image of themselves. This episode is a reminder that sometimes our pain can be our greatest asset and that it is past time we really listened to those who are struggling with their sense of self internally.You can find Khristi on IG @KhristiAdams or on FB at https://www.facebook.com/KhristiLaurenAdams. You can visit her website here: https://khristilaurenadams.com. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Megan (Megs) Yunn, founder of the Pittsburgh-based organization Beverly's Birthdays, which provides birthday cheer and critical baby care items for children experiencing homelessness and families in need. Each year they make sure over 30,000 children who may not be celebrated on their birthday get the love and attention they deserve.Megs talks about how Beverly's Birthdays got started, why joy is not a luxury, and how one positive memory can change a life forever. We talk about how laughter and joy are necessities and how all of us can bring hope and dignity to those around. us, particularly our young ones. It's a don't miss episode if you want a pick-me-up! You can find Beverly's Birthdays on IG @Beverlys_Birthdays or on FB at https://www.facebook.com/BeverlysBirthdays. You can visit the website here: https://www.beverlysbirthdays.org. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Jeff Sparr and Matt Kaplan, co-founders of PeaceLove, a movement that encourages creativity, self expression, community, and storytelling via the arts. After struggling himself with debilitating OCD, Jeff was encouraged to engage in the arts and it changed his life. He was soon visiting hospitals and encouraging and training others to use the arts to build mental health and deal with difficult situations. The movement has grown to training thousands of people in all different contexts. In this episode we talk with Matt and Jeff about what it's like to live with a mental illness, how creative expression can promote wellness, and why PeaceLove is thriving, even during a pandemic. You can find PeaceLove on IG @PeaceLove. You can find Jeff Sparr on IG @jeffsparr. You can visit the website here: https://peacelove.org. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Enneagram coach and spiritual director Lisa Vischer. For over 20 years Lisa has been digging into the Enneagram and helping others to understand themselves through the nine lenses. Here, Lisa gives us a crash course in these lenses:Type 1: Reformers: GoodnessType 2: Helpers: CompassionType 3: Performers: PotentialType 4: Embracers: BeautyType 5: Observers: ReasonType 6: Defenders: SecurityType 7: Planners: PossibilityType 8: Challengers: JusticeType 9: Mediators: HarmonyWe talk about the power of understanding ourselves in order to become better heromakers and how each trait fits loosely into each Enneagram type:Type 1: Reformers: Goodness - IntegrityType 2: Helpers: Compassion - SacrificeType 3: Performers: Potential - IntentionalityType 4: Embracers: Beauty - EmpathyType 5: Observers: Reason - ImpartialityType 6: Defenders: Security - CourageType 7: Planners: Possibility - Suffering WellType 8: Challengers: Justice - GritType 9: Mediators: Harmony - HumilityWe would love to hear your thoughts on this episode and how you have found the Enneagram to help you better understand yourself and your place in the world. DM us via IG @heromakersmovement. Resources We ReferencePersonality Types: Using the Enneagram as Self-discoverySelf to Lose - Self to FindSleeping at Last Enneagram You can find Lisa Vischer on IG @Lisa.Vischer. You can visit her website here: https://www.lisavischer.com. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Julie Schwietert Collazo, founder of Immigrant Families Together, an organization dedicated to reuniting and supporting families separated at the U.S./Mexico border. In 2018, after hearing the story of a mother seeking refuge from Guatemala was detained at the border and separated from her children, Julie went on a mission to reunite them, pulling in volunteers from around the country to help through giving to raise money for her bond and physically transporting her to see her children.Two years later, IFT has helped over 120 people post bond and many more families along the way. In this episode, Julie talks about why she felt so passionate about this issue, how we can all be part of the solution, and what some of these women seeking asylum go through to make a better future for their children. Julie is a heromaker in every sense of the word, pursuing a calling to help others with the gifts and passion she has been given, raising up a new generation that will tell their heroic journeys to find freedom and safety.You can find Immigrant Families Together on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ImmFamTogether or on IG @immfamtogether. Julie can be found @collazoprojects. You can visit their website here: https://immigrantfamiliestogether.com. The Book of Rosy can be found here: https://www.amazon.com/Book-Mothers-Story-Rosayra-Pablo/dp/0062941925. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. 
In this episode of the Heromakers Podcast, Laurie and Ann talk with Angela Hurtado and David Araya, the founders of HoPe (Hispanic Organization Promoting Education), which seeks to provide community and support for Hispanic students around the country. The idea began when both were in college and had been experiencing the need for fellowship with other Hispanic students. From a yellow napkins and a pen came an organization that now brings together thousands of students to find friendship and hope for a brighter tomorrow."If you have a pulse, you have a purpose. If you have a purpose, you have a reason to live.""We lead through our strengths, but we connect through our vulnerabilities." In this episode, we talk about the power of empathy and the importance of each person we meet. We talk about being stronger together and what it means that we were each born with a purpose. We hope this episode encourages you to invest in the lives of those around you.You can find HoPe on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ihopestrong, on IG @ihopestrong, or on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ihopestrong/. You can visit their website here: https://www.hopestrong.org. Heromakers can be found on IG @heromakersmovement and on FB @heromakersmovement. You can also visit our website at: www.heromakersmovement.com. Like us and follow us today!We are now on PATREON and we would love if you'd become a partner! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/heromakersmovement. Episode is LivePublished: Nov. 14, 2020 @ 3AM EditUnpublishAdd a TranscriptGet episode better indexed by search engines.Add Chapter MarkersListeners can tap through & see what’s coming up.Create a Visual SoundbiteBest way to share to social media for engagement.Share Episode On FacebookTwitterLinkedInMore OptionsEmail Link to EpisodeDirect Link to MP3Embed this ONE EpisodeView Episode Stats
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