Ep 52:  One Year Anniversary, Lessons Learned From a Year of Podcasting

In this special episode, Matt riffs raw from his car... 17 minutes, no music, no fanfare... just honest observations about the positive effects of taking a leap and creating something from scratch that hopefully leaves the world a little better than you left it.  Special thanks to EVERY guest, listener, encourager, helper (Sound Editor James Ede and Intern Eleanor Song) who has made this adventure possible.

SHOWNOTES

Gratitude for a year's worth of interviews, (2:50). Create an excuse for yourself to go do the things that you want to do the most, (3:57).  Go into "dream endeavors" knowing that it's still going to be a ton of work and stress and frustration, (5:59).  With great responsibility comes great power, (7:37). The power of telling your story... creating your narrative, forcing yourself to step up in your own life (9:03).  Being humble enough to learn from others and grow while also not abandoning your own voice and vision, (12:52). Consistency - the importance of sticking around and letting people know that you'll be here for a while, (13:43). Stop creating little prisons for yourself, (14:18).  Break the rules - don't let the excuse that you're not "official" enough prevent you from taking a shot at something, (14:43).  Peaks and valleys,  when you're high, don't get too cocky... when you're low, don't get too down on yourself, (15:21).   

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