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Make Some Noise with Andrea Owen

Andrea Owen
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Join Andrea Owen, life coach and author, as she serves up self help in a easy-to-digest way that is also practical and implementable. Andrea brings you guests as well as solo episodes on topics such as perfectionism, the inner-critic, courage, and more.


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4.7 out of 5 stars from 554 ratings
  • Helpful

    I found the book very helpful and it made me feel like I'm not wrong for speaking up for myself. I have been told my whole life that I should not have said this or that, and I am too out spoken. This book said what I have been doing right and gave me tips for things I can do better. You can use the knowledge from this book for all parts of your life. This is the second book of her I ha e purchased and I am getting another one to start now.

    Jaime Jensen
    United States3 months ago
  • Love it!

    Completely devoured your book Make Some Noise in a single weekend. Your message of women empowerment is so timely. Looking forward to listening to more episodes more

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    Miriam Schulman
    United States5 months ago
  • Love this Podcast

    Bought your book 52 ways, then found your podcast. I have devoured it!! I love the real talk and advice you give. Even making sure there are always examples of how certain things might show up in my life! Thank you!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago
  • Much needed kick in the pants!

    There is real talk- and there is REAL talk! I absolutely love Anrea's vibe and message! A dose of reality we can all benefit from. Her stance and content are so relavant and inspiring. She keeps you wanting and working for more. So glad her words of wisdom have been part of my personal transformation! <3

    Apple Podcasts
    Just Being Jill
    United States8 months ago
  • woohoo pre ordered...I wish it came in paperback like your other books, but I think im going to really love the hard cover. thanks for all you do!!

    Rachel Deck Bienek
    8 months ago

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