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Today we welcome back author, speaker, and life coach Andrea Owen! 

Together we chat about Andrea’s newest book, “Make Some Noise” and what it means to step forward in life, not necessarily with confidence, but with the conviction that you deserve to take up space, raise your voice, and well...make some noise! We also dissect the importance of unlearning all that we’ve been conditioned to believe, particularly as women, and the four steps that will help you on the way. 

Healing through trauma, feeling fulfilled, and finding happiness is possible for all of us, but as Andrea says, “If you want to change your life, you have to actually change your life.” Listen in for some game-changing advice and places to start. 

Resources mentioned: 

Get on the waitlist for Grown-up Gap Year! (Applications open 9/9!)

Read Make Some Noise: Speak Your Mind and Own Your Strength by Andrea Owen 

Read How To Stop Feeling Like Shit: 14 Habits That Are Holding You Back From Happiness by Andrea Owen 

Read 52 Ways to Live a Kick-Ass Life: BS-Free Wisdom to Ignite Your Inner Badass and Live the Life You Deserve by Andrew Owen

Learn more about Andrea Owen

Follow Andrea on Instagram

Listen to Ep. 174: Andrea Owen on Making Change (and Finding your Way to Happiness)

Listen to Episode 49: How to Get Rejected 100 Times and Like It, with Tiffany Han

Listen to Episode 188: Recovery Series Interview with Tiffany Han

Join Tiffany’s free Radical Delight Kickstart!

Follow Tiffany on Instagram!

For detailed show notes head to www.tiffanyhan.com/blog/episode383

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