INHERENTLY HUMAN #21

Episode 21 February 07, 2019 00:45:38
INHERENTLY HUMAN #21
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INHERENTLY HUMAN #21
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Show Notes

Aden Debord, 22, Jim Newman, 72, expore the way people develop into stronger, more capable, and more open human beings. Jim tells stories from his past that suggest avoiding defensiveness may have helped him develop attributes of character that serve him well today.

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