Being A Good Host In the World

Episode 2 August 31, 2020 00:53:35
Being A Good Host In the World
Our Friendly World with Fawn and Matt
Being A Good Host In the World
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Fawn and Matt talk about treating the outer world (and your inner world) as your home and everyone in it as your special guest.Treating strangers, people you know, to people you work with and even advisaries as if they are your guests and assuming the role of a party host and creating a space to have people feel at home (no matter where we are).

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