‘Hey Soul Sista’, let’s do this crazy life as best we can! Melissa Histon, founder of The Sista Code community and Got Your Back Sista charity, leads a series of conversations with various public figures, thought-leaders and real women who all have stories and life lessons to share. Mel keeps the conversation real, and explores the success, failures, learnings and insights from incisive humans on how to live a happier, joyful and productive life
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Amazing podcast - well worth listening to!
Mel you have such a gentle manner in your interviews. A unique flow in your conversations, they brings forward just the right amount of your own personal experience or interest in order to relate & encourages your guest to discussion the key points for your listeners. more
The podcast touches your soul. Worth every minute of listening!!!
Love learning more about life and hearing inspiring stories and anecdotes from other women!
Thanks for the wonderful podcast today ladies. All great advice and I loved the scientific research. I work for a disability employment agency and we have numerous Got Your Back Sista clients. I will recommend your podcast to them too. Xx
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Hey Soul Sista by Melissa Histon launched 2 years ago and published 100 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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