SLW Episode #2 – Amy Robinson & Tribe of Women

Amy Robinson & Tribe of Women establish cultures of women supporting women and more good men in our personal and professional lives.

This week I sat down with Amy to discuss her work with Tribe of Women and what she does every day to minimize distraction and better connect with those around her.

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While I mostly podcast, I occasionally write down my thoughts. You can all my  podcast episodes and blog posts  here. Each week, the Simple Life Works podcast will:

Each week, the Simple Life Works podcast will:

  • Bring you tips and guidance for living a simple, more fulfilling life
  • Share real stories from people doing good, simple works that:
    • improve their lives
    • meaningfully connect with others
    • contribute to their communities.

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