I’ve made it to the century!
One hundred episodes of this podcast since the first one was published on the 11th January 2012. It feels like quite the accomplishment and I am rather proud.
In this episode I reflect on five lessons I have learned on the way to this milestone.
They are lessons that apply to many of the endeavours or projects we might embark on. So I want to encourage you with whatever you are working on or whatever habit you are trying to change.
In many ways podcasting is more of a habit than a creative project because it is an indefinite process which requires commitment and habitual dedication. There is no beginning, middle, and end like most projects. You have to show up every week and the moment you finish one episode the planning for the next one begins.
The Five Lessons
- Nothing is Set in Stone
- Don’t Allow Other Peoples’ Opinions Dictate Your Decisions
- The Simple Things Work Best
- You’ll Always Be Surprised
- Just When You Think You Know What’s Next You’ll be Proved Wrong
Over to You
Question: How long have you been listening to the Sheep Dressed Like Wolves Podcast? Have you ever considered producing your own? Feel free to leave an answer in the comments below or send me an email through the contact page