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Each Other — a Human Design Podcast

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Each Other — a Human Design Podcast

Vaness Henry, Aycee Brown, Rachel Lieberman, Jasmine Kenna

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Listen to how real life conversations sound between a Manifestor, Projector, Generator and MG, when each person is fluent in Human Design. The Each Other Podcast lets you eavesdrop on the depth of conversation, connection and emotion that happens between people who let Human Design flavour their language. Featuring: Ego Manifestor, Vaness Henry; Emotional Projector, Aycee Brown; Sacral Generator, Rachel Lieberman; Sacral Manifesting Generator, Jasmine Kenna.
 
Hosted by Candace Chatman, this podcast is a weekly exploration and deep dive of how to master communication in business, a key aspect in turning any business venture into a success. Join Candace as she breaks down business strategies, mindset shifts, and how to sustain a healthy work life balance through the approach of selling on social media. Candace Chatman has been featured on NBC, CBS, Yahoo Finance, FOX News, and Disrupt. Candace has partnered and worked for some of the largest techno ...
 
Are you a mom who is ready to live a truly E.P.I.C. life? A few months before a big milestone birthday, host Julie Neale, a life and leadership coach, community builder and mom to two high-energy boys, decided to stop sidelining her dreams and become the hero of her own journey. She created this show to help light her way by gathering words of wisdom and lessons learned from other mothers further ahead on their quest. Join in for intimate conversations with a diverse group of inspiring mothe ...
 
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