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People are People Podcast Series

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In America, it is said that each person can climb to their place of happiness. In truth, however, the struggle it takes to get there can be great, and others may not fully understand what this happiness can be. Beginning in October, Infusion Health Podcast offers a monthly mini-series called People are People in which they discuss life in America.

“There is a saying that goes, ‘Give a man a fish, he eats for a day; teach a man to fish, he eats forever,’” shares Rachel Kass, co-host of the podcast. “In this series, we are not teaching listeners how to be a millionaire, rather we offer an enlightening conversation on why each person chooses a different path in their life.” Each month holds a different theme.

October - Safety and Survival: Clothing, shelter, nourishment, defense and transportation, exploring why some people choose the minimum, while others seek the maximum, and yet others just cannot seem to get ahead.

November - Understanding and Growth: Culture, arts, education, adornment, religion and self-belief, discussing spirituality, enlightenment and self-expression and how we show up in the world.

December - Connection and Acceptance: Socially, personally, emotionally, a time for giving and learning how to really see others. Though it is not easy with so much pain in the world, the hosts will explore how to grow out of this unique time and build beauty around ourselves.

Additional upcoming topics include Contribution and Creation, Esteem, Identity, Significance and Self-Direction, Freedom and Justice.

For more information, visit LoveInfusionHealth.editorx.io/mysite. To apply to be a guest on the Infusion Health Podcast, email [email protected]

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