About a year ago I started a podcast

What an experience it’s been.

What I didn’t expect when starting it was how therapeutic it would be for myself.

As a business owner you’re often talking about marketing and strategies.

😳💨 As a dad, you’re often talking about farts.

🌹 As a husband, you’re often talking about The Bachelor.

✅ But, with the podcast, it’s been nice to have adult conversations with other entrepreneurs that relate to entrepreneur life… even outside of business talk.  Balancing work-life, the hustle, the successes, the failures, staying motivated, the rewarding feeling of helping others, etc.

The Learning From Others podcast now has 50 live episodes, with several others recorded and scheduled for upcoming publication.    And in recent days I was able to get the podcast’s syndication expanded beyond iTunes to also include Google Play/Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, TuneIn, and several others. The extra reach has been immediate.

After Google Play/Podcasts and Stitcher the listens quadrupled. From an average of 20 listens a day to 80. Stitcher, Spotify and other recent approvals are too soon to be able to tell the impact, but, wow.

I’ve recently made a pivot in the podcast’s format that I’m also eager to see unfold. We still feature business/entrepreneur guests but I’ll start talking more intimately and ask more personal questions.

  • Who are you and what is your story of struggles and triumph?
  • What have you learned from GOOD experiences with others?
  • What have you learned from BAD experiences with others?
  • Who is the real you beyond what most people know about you?
  • What have you learned from yourself?
  • How do you want to be remembered?

A big thanks to you, the listeners of the Learning From Others podcast. And an equally big thanks to the guests that have shared their time and expertise on the show.  I’m humbled that I get to share part of my life with you, and I look forward to seeing where we’re at in another year.