Most people want to say that they’re an expert in something, whether it’s exercise, health, conspiracy theories or even making sandwiches. Kristen Snyder and Jamie Pityinger realized they weren't an expert in anything, so, they decided to change that! Kristen wants to be a mind, body, medicine holistic nutrition and natural medicine expert. Jamie wants to be an expert in content creation. Each week, they share tidbits on what they're learning and interview experts in various fields along the way – so if you want to be an expert in something, you can start here! You may be at a point in your life where you’re not sure what you want to do, so hearing from experts across a plethora of subjects can help you figure it out! Or maybe you just want to learn a little bit more about something that interests you! Why listen to them? Well, they're learning right along with you! If there’s a particular subject you want to become an expert in, send a message on IG @becominganexpert
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Very informative! I really enjoyed episode 6. Mimi 135
Loved the TJ episode, can’t wait for more!
I like the enthusiasm of the hosts and learning something new from experts!
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