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Episode 116: The NEW Defining Success Podcast

After my 100th interview on the Defining Success Podcast, I’ve decided to change the format of the show.  Instead of focusing on the individual and how they’ve managed to become successful, I’ll be focusing on a particular skill, trait or ability that has helped that person to become successful.

I’m making the change to the podcast, because, to me, it feels like a logical next step to extend the podcast and make it more meaningful to our listeners.  It has been amazing getting to know so many amazing individuals and being able to talk with them about their success.

Now, I think it’s a great time to shift from learning about an individuals rise to success to learning something you can use to help make you successful.  The NEW Defining Success Podcast will teach you a new skill, trait and/or ability to help you become more successful in the things that you do.

My first interview for the NEW Defining Success Podcast is with Michael Kawula in Episode 117 who is going to teach you how to use Help a Reporter Out, also known as HARO, to be used as a source for articles in institutions like Fox, the Huffington Post, and CNN.

In my entrepreneurial journey, I’ve decided that moving in this direction is great for two reasons:

  1. I will be able to learn a new skill, trait, or ability which I can apply to make myself better
  2. You will learn how to implement something every time you listen to the episode of the Defining Success Podcast

Mostly, I want to create a podcast designed for YOU, because, I think YOU are like me.

If you love learning, if you like making yourself better, and if you like taking action on the things that you learn then the NEW Defining Success Podcast will be great for you . . . And if it’s not, I hope you’ll let me know so I can change it.

Thank you for sticking with me for the first 115 episodes and 100 interviews.  I hope you’ll be around for the next 100.

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