Barely Functioning Podcast

The Girls Crossover with Advice from Hanna

av Barely Functioning Podcast | Publicerades 2/18/2020

Who doesn’t love a good crossover ep? This week the girls are joined by fellow podcaster and keynote speaker Hanna Salazar (@advicefromhanna). Hanna is motivational, inspirational, funny and a no bulls&%$ boss babe, if you’re in need of a swift kick in the butt to get motivated and stay accountable, Hanna is your girl! Hanna shares her story of how she came to Canada, raised in a foreign country with her single mother that forged a bond so tight that Hanna attributes her Mom as her key motivator for success. Hanna also shares how she has surrounded herself with only the best; those who challenge her to level up and grow outside of comfort. The girls also chat about the importance of believing in yourself, seeking out what it is you are good at and taking the leap of faith. Which may have been how Advice from Hanna was created. But no spoilers here, you’ll have to tune in! Follow us on Instagram @barelyfunctioningpodcast, with your hosts Amanda @thewolfe.co & Kristina @kristina__hammond. Want to get in on our newsletter?! Subscribe at http://bit.ly/2pOPqCU and submit your barely functioning OR totally thriving moments to barelyfunctioningpod@gmail.com. Thank you to our partner Wolfe Academy! Wolfe Academy offers courses and workshops for entrepreneurs to learn how to build and market their brands through social and digital media. Become a member today and receive $25 off a WOLFE ACADEMY membership when you use code WOLFIE25 at checkout. Sign up at wolfeacademy.co

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Everyone’s confused about everything & nobody gets it right all of the time but we’re in this together. It’s not all rainbows and butterflies, and let’s be honest, we all thought we’d have it figured out by now but here we are here. Grab a coffee, pour a glass and join Amanda (@thewolfe.co) & Kristina (@kristina__hammond) every Tuesday as we discuss life experiences, relatable truths and have a candid conversation on navigating adulthood.