Empaths, have you thought about this lately? We’re so lucky to have this community of people who know a lot about being an empath. We’re seeking and finding ourselves as empaths, using skills that really work.
I’m reminded of that today. Because I’m giving you the opportunity to learn from a podcast that I did quite recently with Connie Bowman, a talented performer and interviewer who has previously done a podcast with me about Face Reading Secrets ®.
Connie is very new to understanding how to use her considerable talent as an empath, so she has asked a lot of questions about the basics.
As an empath sophisticate, you can view the podcast that I’ll share with you here in two quite different ways:
- Review basic information about Empath Empowerment®
- Notice the contrast between what the interviewer was expecting and what I delivered — including the title and description that have been given to the podcast.
However you partake, perhaps you’ll consider listening with the video OFF. Unlike Connie, my side of the visuals looks reallllly bad.
Blog-Buddies, setting up my side of the webcam, I was so badly lit. Awful camera angle. Makeup was wrong, wrong, wrong.
Any of you readers who are women can especially appreciate… This. Podcast. Was. Hard. For. Me. To. Watch.
And my gestures moved faster than normal, to the point where, even watching myself, I practically gave myself whiplash. (Okay, now laughing out loud.)
But the info is still good, even if it’s not one of my more telegenic interviews. What can I say? Shrug…
Have fun listening and maybe watching, Empaths
And big thanks to Connie Bowman. She’s charming. She’s thoughtful. I’m a big fan of her interviewing skills.
Blog-Buddies, I’m hoping that Connie learned a lot about empath basics from our interview, and I just know you can too.