I am so grateful for…
- A warm home on cold nights
- A fantastically warm welcome to my newest thing
- Saying yes to something new and big and exciting
I’m thinking about:
- Since reading this post (and a zillion other studies) on the importance of standing up every 20 minutes, I downloaded Timer+ and set up a timer to go off every 20 minutes until 8 or 9 at night. I’m walking more steps and feel less achy at the end of the day.
- You know I love CoSchedule (I go into detail about how I use it here), and this is a great post about fixing your Bounce Rate. (It convinced me to rewrite the headline on my Home page.)
- Jay is not into sweaters, so when he asked if I could knit something like this, I was thrilled. But now I can’t find any patterns that are similar. Suggestions?
In case you missed it:
- Be a Professional. Make the shift.
- Overcome by self-doubt? You’re not alone!
- I announced my newest thing (an awesome new class series, built to give you your best biz in 2015) to my email list and the reaction was delightful. If you aren’t on the list, and you’re curious, sign up here.
I’ve had a few questions this week about how to listen to the podcast, so I wanted to answer them here, in case you were wondering:
- If you don’t usually listen to podcasts (and don’t use an app on your phone), you can simply listen via the player in each post (it’s a little arrow button under each picture. If you click it, it will play!)
- Or you can download each episode! In the “How to Listen” section of each podcast post, there is a link (embedded in the words “download it”) to the MP3. If you click it, the MP3 will start playing right away . If you right click, you can save it to your computer.
- If you have an iPhone, iPad or iPod, you can use the “Podcast” app to listen – just click “add podcast”, search for “explore your enthusiasm” and select “subscribe”. This will ensure that each new episode will go write to your phone!
- No matter what device you’re on, you can listen to the podcast via Stitcher here.
What adventures have you had?