This episode of features a conversation with Olivia Sage. This conversation took place in a live meeting on the Clubhouse app. Olivia is a coach, breath-work facilitator, yoga instructor, and meditation teacher. She sees life as a journey where we get to live up to our highest potential by finding our unique voice and purpose. Originally from Turkey, Olivia moved to the United States 12 years ago, giving her a global perspective on life. Her deep passion for all humans is evident in the way she gently guides people toward discovering their own unique gifts and talents. Enjoy. -Tom
If you enjoy this episode, you might also like episode 98, with Chelsea Gage.
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