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MF 292 : Excerpts from “How to Listen and How to Be Heard” and “I Am a Professiona

In this bonus episode, I share excerpts from “How to Listen and How to Be Heard” by Alissa Carpenter and “I Am a Professional Metalhead” by Angelo Spenillo. More at www.bemovingforward.com.

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Check out my conversation with Alissa Carpenter


MF 289 : Alissa Carpenter on “How to Listen and How to Be Heard”

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Connect with Alissa

  1. Everything’s Not Ok That’s Ok

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  7. IG

Check out my conversation with Angelo Spenillo

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MF 291 : A conversation with Angelo Spenillo on audiobooks, and being a metalhead

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Connect with Angelo

  1. I am a Professional Metalhead (website with social media links)

  2. Get I am a Professional Metalhead (Paperback or for Kindle)

Books by John

  1. Check out my Amazon author profile for my books, Making Fake Star Trek, Making More Fake Star Trek, and Corporate Cliches.

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  1. The Corporate Cliches Adult Coloring Book: makes the perfect office warming, white elephant gift.

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  6. Check out my other podcast series Making Fake Star Trek

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