Season 4, Episode 420: Natasha Che – Personal Growth Teacher, Empath, and Podcast Host

Today’s guest is Natasha Che. Natasha is a tech entrepreneur and the founder of Soundwise, the #1 mobile-focused solution for coaches and experts to sell on-demand audio courses and programs.

Natasha Che

She is also a personal growth teacher and an award-winning podcast host. She currently hosts the top-of-iTunes podcast, The School of Intuition.

Her work has helped thousands of people find clarity and meaning in their life and overcome adversities through developing a deeper relationship with their higher self.  Her work has been featured on Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, National Association of Broadcasters, Podcast Movement, Thrive Global, YourTango, among others.

Natasha holds a PhD in Economics from Georgetown University and lives in Washington DC.

You can learn more about her at

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