It's like it was just yesterday you were asking your mom for a ride to the mall, and now you're sitting in your room wondering what you did with your birth certificate and if you should purchase Turbo Tax... Welcome to the growing pains of adulthood. Remember when you were younger and thought people in their 20s and 30s had their sh*t together, and now you're finally here and realize you were completely wrong. Stuck, jaded, confused, we've been there too! Welcome to The Growing Pains Project Podcast - the community who knows exactly what you're going through. Join James Chuatoco and Yochabel Loyola in navigating the choppy waters of this thing called life, where they talk about actionable strategies in personal development, mental health, wellness, career, and personal finance. Listen in on our journey to be just a little bit smarter and a little bit better than we were yesterday.
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The Growing Pains Project launched 7 months ago and published 17 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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