10 surprising lessons learned in my first two years of podcasting


What do food blogs, lawyers, and sleep all have in common? You’re gonna find out!

It is Episode 51, y’all, and I’m sharing some behind the scenes of what you might not know about me. And I’m getting super honest about the lessons I knew were true and that I ignored (and how you’re probably doing the same in your own life), and I’m pretty sure you’re going to find a handful here that resonate with you, too, because they’re not just lessons about podcasting – they’re lessons about LIFE.

As always, I leave you with a bit of fun reflection homework.

I’ll also let you know what’s next on the horizon for this podcast, and invite you into some fun spaces that are not normally open to the public.

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Extra Credit

As you go about your day, consider YOUR Top 10 Lessons from the last two years – what resource, skill, habit, or tool has helped you grow and learn about yourself, to show up the way you want to in your world? And maybe it’s this podcast, maybe it’s one of my workshops – whatever it is, reflect on it.

And if you’re worried that nothing’s coming to you right away, that’s okay – take a beat, sit on it, drive out to a nearby body of water – the lake, the river, the estuary, the reservoir – take some time to just think, give yourself the space to see just how far you’ve come.

And if you realize you  haven’t come as far as you like, or maybe you realize that you want to go somewhere new and don’t know how to get there, I’m your girl – I would be honored to be your partner in success, so let’s chat about it.

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