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Podcast Highlight: Jenny O. on the One-Week Course That Changed Her Life

She took it on a whim. But it ended up determining her future direction.

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JENNY O. CALLERI talks about the life-changing impact of taking her first GIA gem identification course in the latest episode of The Barb Wire.

In this short excerpt from the podcast, she explains why, after a one-week course she impulsively decided to attend in Las Vegas, she uprooted a “hot and heavy” relationship with a boyfriend, sold her house, and moved to Carlsbad, CA to study gemstones.


Podcast Highlight: Jenny O. on the One-Week Course That Changed Her Life
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“I had an epiphany,” she says. “This is what I want to do with my life.”

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