About Face is an interview and storytelling podcast featuring guests who have gone through a major turning point, a shift, a decision, or event that made them who they are today.

Have you gone through an experience that changed the course of your life? Do you remember that exact day, that moment, when some decision or event completely changed who you are today?  This is a podcast about the people left their home countries, took a risk, walked out on a marriage, or made a very big decision, to stay exactly where they were. Some people have had major change forced upon them, like infidelity or death, that caused them to move on in a different direction.

This is a podcast about turning points, but more, what we do with them and who we become. It’s about our challenges and courage, and our will to evolve. These are stories about who we were and who we are now.


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