I've officially decided on a launch date for my new podcast. I'm working on writing and recording several episodes to get a jump on a weekly broadcast. This is a kind of discipline that I've traditionally had a tough time sticking with in the past. So I'm working ahead to see if it takes some of the pressure off. Hopefully it works, and I'm looking forward to finding my "podcast voice" and inviting some other voices into the mix as I get going and gain some momentum.
You can listen to my podcast trailer at https://anchor.fm/mymartialartsncrafts and join me on October 27th for my first episode where I'll talk about Courage.
When I was thinking about setting myself a launch date goal, I wanted to pick a meaningful date to start. October is a crazy month for my family. We have several karate events, three birthdays and Halloween. This year, we are also trying to fit in a trip up north and a half-birthday for the kid whose birthday party was a no-go because of coronavirus lock downs. So even though it feels just a little bit (or a lot) insane to launch a podcast on October 27th, I chose this date because it will be the two year anniversary of my first karate belt graduation as an adult student. October 27, 2018 was when I earned my gold belt. I had a cold. I was nervous to perform in front of my class, instructors and everyone, and when I got my belt, I was so proud, and totally hooked on this martial arts business. So, October 27th it is.
I hope that you'll join me and stick with me on this journey. Find me on Instagram and Facebook @mymartialartsncrafts and join our Facebook group to talk about creativity, connection, healthy habits, the podcast, or whatever else you want to share.
Tell me about what moves you? How does your creativity manifest? I'll be discussing my process and interviewing others about theirs. Let's dig deep and go wherever we need to put some good work out into the world.