There’s a whole lotta gratitude in the final episode of the Changed Podcast season one!
It’s Thanksgiving today and despite 2020 being one massive experiment in just how much people can handle, I have a lot to be grateful for.
I started my day today thanking people for being in my life and it felt amazing. So instead of waiting until next week to record and publish the closer for season one, I decided that closing the Changed Podcast should be part of this giant gratitude emanating from my heart out into the world.
After all, Thanksgiving isn’t just about this amazing pumpkin bread… or is it?! (#nofilter #delicious!)
So while the Changed Podcast is my love-letter to the world inviting everyone to have more curiosity about each others stories, to examine how we think about change and flexibility and to simply spend a little time thinking… this close to season one is my, Aden Nepom’s, love letter to you the audience as well as my amazing guests.
I have spent one of the most difficult years I can remember connecting with strangers and it has been amazing!
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I appreciate you greatly and wish you a good end to the year and a even better 2021.
There’s a whole lotta gratitude in the final episode of the Changed Podcast season one! Despite 2020 being one massive experiment in just how much people can handle, there is much to be grateful for with this podcast. Amazing stories, inspiring conversations and YOU the audience!
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