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Erica Young
The Reliants Project
The Reliants Project is a podcast about how networks shape your wellbeing, relationships and community. Through conversations with the leading thinkers in the field of network science the show will help you actively cultivate your network, whether your goal is to build your relationships more deliberately, make better introductions, or activate networks to make an impact in the world.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 31 ratings
Hugely interesting, relevant and important- today’s society and achievements are almost entirely determined by who you know and the impact you can build based on your network. Erica is the master of this art as well as being an eloquent and engaging speaker!
I.N.C.U.B.U.S. via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/09/20
Erica, content, connections
Erica, talking on her own would be enough, but her connections and the content and discussions they bring have been incredible. Really have enjoyed the podcast episodes so far and looking forward to more.
Farhan Lalji via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/01/20
An absolute must!
Finally a long awaited for podcast! Erica brings simply and brilliantly together the theoretical part of Networks science academic research to the practical part of everyday’s life for each one of us whether from the perspective of our family relationships, of our friends or of our business...Read full review »
Kiki_CK via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/20/20
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