20 | Why I’m done with the checklist life (Re-release of my 10 lessons from 2021 & my dreams for 2022)

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This week's episode is a special one because it's a re-release of an episode that I recorded and put out last fall.

For those of you who've been around for a while, who you've been with me in the fall, you may remember that I was doing some podcast episodes back then, even though I didn't have an actual, like what I think of as a formal official podcasts, like this one. It wasn't on apple. It wasn't on Spotify. But I *was* recording episodes and putting them out.

I've already brought over a bunch of those episodes, but I hadn't brought this one yet.

Because the topic was my "10 lessons from 2021 and dreams for 2022." And in my mind, it didn't seem like it made sense to bring over, you know, that it would be outdated. It was from December. I had all these thoughts about why it didn't make sense to, to bring over to the podcast. And honestly, I felt really vulnerable bringing this episode over to my "real" podcast. Because I get pretty vulnerable in it. And that felt really uncomfortable.

And the reason I'm sharing this with you is because I want you to know that, you know, I'm right there with you and having these kinds of impostor thoughts, and then I'm working through the imposter thoughts and the fears of putting myself out there. And the whole reason for this podcast is that I want to show people that it's a lot more common than we think, to have imposter thoughts and to second guess and that, and that it's okay to, to work through them and to push past them and to lean into our own vulnerability.

So I wanted to share this episode with you and to share those thoughts and to take my own medicine or walk my talk as it were. And and lean into that discomfort and share something that feels very raw and feels very vulnerable to share. So please enjoy this week's episode.

And for those of you who are listening and you're finding value in this and you're enjoying it, or you have ideas for what you'd love me to talk about, please reach out. It truly means the world to me to hear from you to hear that this made a difference, or gave you a new idea, or just helped brighten up your day.


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