Enjoying a Defined Journey!

 How do we define ourselves? How do we make ourselves distinct from those around us? These questions have been substantial on my mind as I developed the idea of this podcast. I feel as if I am behind on the podcasting renaissance, just a bit.   The Renaissance was a time of significant discovery. Many have already discovered podcasting, and they are years ahead of me on their journey. I cannot help but feel like I am in the third or fourth wave, scrambling to make sure I get on the boat altogether.  There are fantastic podcasts out in the world. Brilliant ones, fascinating ones, informative and entertaining. How do I define mine from all the rest?  I concluded two aspects are defining this projects. One, I need to do what I love. That has been the standard advice I have heard the majority of my life and while researching podcasting & authoring.  Two, I needed to be myself—flaws and all, and not worry about if this podcast makes a mark in the renaissance of podcasting.  Once I grasped those to concepts I was free to continue. I will never admit that I am an expert in anything I discuss on the podcast, I am a lifelong learner. I will never lead others to believe I am perfect; I am far from that truth. I will only attempt to be defined by the joy of the journey & the understanding I am not perfect—and I will always have plenty to learn.  What defines you?

How do we define ourselves? How do we make ourselves distinct from those around us? These questions have been substantial on my mind as I developed the idea of this podcast. I feel as if I am behind on the podcasting renaissance, just a bit. 

The Renaissance was a time of significant discovery. Many have already discovered podcasting, and they are years ahead of me on their journey. I cannot help but feel like I am in the third or fourth wave, scrambling to make sure I get on the boat altogether.

There are fantastic podcasts out in the world. Brilliant ones, fascinating ones, informative and entertaining. How do I define mine from all the rest?

I concluded two aspects are defining this projects. One, I need to do what I love. That has been the standard advice I have heard the majority of my life and while researching podcasting & authoring.

Two, I needed to be myself—flaws and all, and not worry about if this podcast makes a mark in the renaissance of podcasting.

Once I grasped those to concepts I was free to continue. I will never admit that I am an expert in anything I discuss on the podcast, I am a lifelong learner. I will never lead others to believe I am perfect; I am far from that truth. I will only attempt to be defined by the joy of the journey & the understanding I am not perfect—and I will always have plenty to learn.

What defines you?