From the time we are born to this present moment, milestones are a part of our DNA. Beginning with our very first birthday to a long awaited 50th wedding anniversary and all the significant dates in between, historical markers not only provide us with a sense of accomplishment but also showcase great accomplishments. It is with joyful celebration that we announce Master Your Story has made it to it first anniversary. The team has accomplished 52 episodes and we are still going strong.
The podcast was designed to be part of the full Master Your Story experience. Over the coming weeks we will be rolling out new portions to the program such as webinars, lectures, workbooks and yes the long awaited book. Today we take the time to pause, revisit the meaning of Master Your Story and to thank all the great guests we had this year!
We would also like to thank the companies and people who have made this program a national success. A huge thank you to Matthew Siess who has diligently handled the operations of guest management, bookings, details and more details. We are so grateful to you Matthew. A special thanks to Steve Mittman owner of Steve Mittman Social Media who is the shows producer and adds in the exciting music and fanfare to highlight our show. Without Steve no one would hear us. Steve a heartfelt thank you for all your work and great technical capabilities. We’d also like to celebrate Sweetie Berry, not only for being our first guest, but for being there to lend support and share information to enhance our efforts. Thank you Sweetie. We would also like to thank the team at Sahl Communications, Inc. They have been the financial support helping make all of this come together. Thanks SahlComm. We also want to thank our close group of supporters The Master Your Story Tribe. They have been with us since the beginning and still support all of efforts. Most important we want to thank you, the listeners and readers, without you there would be no story. We appreciate you and thank you for tuning in each week. And now without any further ado…enjoy the show and “Enjoy your cake”
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