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Feeling the rock bottom of burnout
Ending up isolated on an island for nearly a year of the pandemic.
Exploring any and all ways to begin to heal and recover from that burnout.
The physical tolls of capitalism.
What does it really mean to be healthy?
Figuring out where society ends and we begin.
FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE
How do you share your life in an honest, justice-informed and engaging way? That’s the question Eva Fernandes is trying to solve.
She is a Pro-Justice Storytelling Coach from the Global South. She helps entrepreneurs, artists, thinkers, healers and activists share the wisdom of their life experiences without sounding cheesy, clueless or contrived.
She works especially with BIPOC and people from the Global South – who are trying to contextualize their life stories within the framework of social justice and feminism.
It’s deep work and clients are usually trying to work on a book, series of essays or audio art with her.
As a former editor, journalist and corporate marketing executive, she uses a combination of deep listening, coaching, gentle nudging, editorial guidance and strategic thinking to get her clients closer to articulating their genius.
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