Podcast 06: Knowing When It’s Time To Let Go

I want to share my 6th podcast with you all (I’ve been on podcast hiatus for a few weeks contemplating the universe and it’s creation)… I believe that oftentimes we want a thing so badly, we’re willing to go through hell to get it. The fact that we waited so long, fought so hard, that we don’t want to let it go when we finally have it.  I’ve been that guy.

Have you ever been in relationship or dated someone for a time, only to find out you should have let them go long before you did? The signs were there, but you held on? Or maybe you had separation anxiety and you were too fearful of being single again.

In today’s podcast, I will talk about the obvious (and not-so-obvious) signs of separation anxiety. Also, when you should stay, when you should go, and coping with hanging on to a relationship past it’s expiration date.

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4 Replies to “Podcast 06: Knowing When It’s Time To Let Go”

  1. How has it been starting your podcast? I have always wanted to start one but I always get stuck on figuring out what to talk about and how much it all will cost. I dont want to break my bank but I want decent quality. Any tips??

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    1. Truth? It’s not for everyone. It takes a lot of work and dedication. It’s not expensive to get a small set up and get going. Invest in a decent mic, recording and audio editing software. There are some free ones out there like Audacity you could use (just to record). I’ve worked in audio for years, so editing is easy for me. There will be a learning curve for you. Just be patient.

      If you decide to start one, pick a niche and go with that. This way your listeners know what your focus is.

      I’d say when all is said and done, you will probably spend $300 to start. And more as your podcast grows.

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