Cathryn is Made to Nurture

Cathryn brings us through her journey of growing in empathy for others since she was in grade 1 living in Africa, to discovering the work she wants to bring to this world, to becoming a mom and adjusting life with all the challenges of work, home, and chronic illnesses. 

Whether you’re a stay-at-home parent, a child and youth worker, or are dealing with deep emotions of pain and grief in your world right now, you’re going to love Cathryn’s candid storytelling and invitation into the life of her family. 

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How To: Discover Your Strengths

The path of discovering what you’re made for begins with your strengths. 

The question is, do you know what your strengths are? 

Today on the Made For This podcast we’re going to talk about discovering your strengths.   

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Daryl is Made for Board Games

Daryl Andrews is a Board Game designer and President & Co-Founder of Maple Games - a company that is not even a year old yet, but has big dreams going forward.

Daryl made a shift a few years back to fully pursue his passions of Board Game design, and ultimately finding ways to bring people together for a little bit of fun in this crazy world. 

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How To: Live Your Dream

Today is a great day because today you could begin to live your dream life. 

While that may sound like rainbows and unicorn kinda language, I’m serious.  

Today on the Made For This podcast we’re going to talk about how to start living your dream.

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Mike is Made to Brew

How do you live your dream job while still in your day job? 

Mike is trying to figure that out, like so many of us. 

You might have a solid day job that is paying the bills and isn’t outside of your strengths, talents, and passions…but you know there is something else. 

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Hayley is Made to Build

Hayley is breaking barriers and building bridges, literally, she’s going to school for carpentry. Though this isn’t typically a field that young women venture into Hayley wants to learn and more than anything wants you to see there is nothing holding us back, especially not cultural norms.

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