Note: This is a post from Adam Baker, founder of Man Vs. Debt.
Our team has been working hard on exploring the ins and outs of the podcasting world – and to be honest – I’m really, really enjoying it so far.
Listen to Episode 1 here!
You can also download the .mp3 file here; simply right-click or option-click and choose “Save link as.”
Notes on Episode #1:
- We start with a section that will be named “What we can learn from the news!” in future episodes. News is typically boring, negative, annoying… or all of the above. We try to spin that around and actually learn something from it!
- Next, we talk about finding your “Big Why.” That’s the deep reason that you desire a change in your life.
- Then we visit the audio from my recent TEDx Talk which explores the question, “What does FREEDOM mean to you?” Even if you’ve already seen the video, you may be able to pick up something new while playing the audio in the background. 😉
- Before we wrap up, I share a quick interview I recorded with Hannah Loaring. Hannah is a MvD community member who recently paid off $26,000 in just 9 months and completely changed her internal confidence and key relationships. She sheds a lot of insight into her recent success!
As always, I really appreciate your insight, comments, and suggestions.
We have nearly a page of improvements, features, and fun things we’d like to add in the next couple of episodes – and I know you guys will help us add plenty of fantastic ideas to it!
How you can help the podcast jump out the gates!
The best possible way to help is to listen to the first 2-3 episodes as we put them out – and let us know what you think!
(It may take an hour or so for the podcast to show in iTunes, but if you subscribe it WILL download even if it’s not showing yet.)
If you really enjoyed the episode, please leave a quick review (this is done by clicking “view in iTunes”). Great reviews is how iTunes knows which podcasts to share and recommend with others!
So as you are SAFELY driving to your friends and family this Christmas and New Years (or you are hitting the gym for that new workout), pop in the podcast and give it a listen. Exciting times!
Have and amazing holiday season!