MVP No. 1: The Habit of Gratitude – 173
In Episode 173, I’m doing a special replay of an episode that is well loved and listened to and which also is thematic around the time of Thanksgiving….it’s an episode about the habit of Gratitude.
Firstly, I got this idea from a podcaster who I listen to who says that her audience has been loving her sharing replays of some of her most popular podcast episodes because many of them found her so late in her podcasting journey and it’s difficult for them to go back and catch up on all of them.
I started thinking about this type of episode for my listeners….for you.
Maybe you are a listener and you just found The Improvement Project and you haven’t had a chance to start at episode one and listen to all 172 episodes, and as a result you might have missed some of the most valuable episodes.
What are MVPs? (Most Valuable Podcasts)
The podcaster I got this idea from is a LIfe Coach called Stacy Boehman and she calls these episodes her MVPs (Most Valuable Podcasts) and I’m going to do the same.
These MVPs are episodes of The Improvement Project that I’ve been told people listen to over, and over, and that as a result have brought them the most value in their personal growth journey
So, I want to just sprinkle these episodes in just from time to time. If you are a newer listener and you’ve never heard this podcast, this will be an opportunity to find some of the ones that might be able to help you the quickest. If you want to jump into your own personal growth and are looking for an episode that will inspire you and give you something solid to work on that will bring a result quickly, these episodes will be for you.
And if you’re a long time listener you might enjoy listening to the episode at a different place than where you were the first time you heard it. And it might resonate a little bit differently than it ever did before. You might pick up new things for the first time that your brain didn’t latch on to the first time because it was so focused on some other part of the episode.
This is really a chance for everyone to really get a lot more value from some of our most impactful podcast episodes and give them another listen. Take more lessons away and take that lesson and then integrate it even deeper into your brain and your psyche as you move forward on that path to an even better version of you. Are you ready? Let’s go back in time to a replay of Episode 149 and talk about Gratitude!
Tune in and Listen Below
What You’ll Hear (and don’t want to miss!)
0:00: Intro to what is an MVP Episode
2:27: Intro to the replay episode.
3:08: In Episode 173, I’m doing a replay of Episode 149 which is all about the Habit of Gratitude.
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The Improvement Project podcast is hosted by Dr. Peggy Malone. Peggy is a health care provider who encourages her patients every day to create better habits associated with their health and wellness. She is wife to the hilarious and heavily bearded John, with whom she takes many adventures as well as Cat Mom to the floofy ragdoll Amigo Dr. Peggy is also a human being on a mission to create better habits for herself and by doing so, she hopes to inspire others to take up the challenge with her! Join her weekly to explore how to create healthy habits that stick on the journey to becoming better humans!
Until next time,
Let’s get to work on improving your most important project. That’s YOU! Stay focused and get after it!
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