Eleven years ago on today I published my first ever podcast episode and it was a total disaster.
OK, maybe that’s a bit of an overstatement, but there were so many problems with the first episodes that I had to take it offline within the first three hours of publication so that I could re-edit it and re-publish it.
To be fair, I was brand new to podcasting and I was learning everything on the fly.
Eleven years later there are over 460 episodes in the archive!
- There are more than 200 hours of training, interviews, and tap-alongs – All FREE!
- Episodes have been downloaded over 2 million times
- The podcast has been listened to by people in over 160 countries
It still amazes me that something that started with a $19 microphone in my living room has turned into all of this!
If you would like me to celebrate with me, I have two simple requests for you!
First, I would ask that you subscribe to the podcast. It’s free to subscribe to podcasts, not like Netflix or Disney+ where you have to pay a subscription fee. By subscribing you are making sure you don’t miss any episodes.
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Second, share the podcast with a friend. The most common way people find a new piece of audio is via a recommendation from a friend.
The beautiful thing about the podcast archive is that it contains all of the shows that are already recorded. No more needs to be done. All they have to do is listen.
AND when the people around us use tools like tapping they are happier and healthier. When they are happier and healthier they show up in the world in a different way. When they show up in the world in a different way everyone’s life is better.
Yes, I know how cheesy that last paragraph sounds, but I also know that you know it is true.
I don’t want you to spam your inbox and send it to everyone under the sun. Instead, think of three people who might appreciate the podcast. Reach out to them. Tell them what you have found useful from the podcast. And, if you need to, teach them how to listen to a podcast.
I know lots of you already recommend the show. I hear from people all the time telling me they have found the podcast because of the recommendation of a friend. It would mean the world to me if you were to keep passing it along.
Once again, thank you for an amazing eleven years. Thank you for listening. Thank you for sharing.
Here’s to another eleven years of tapping!