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EP 255: Taking Stock & Setting New Intentions With Podcasting Advocate Elsie Escobar

45 minutes

This week, my guest is Elsie Escobar. Elsie is the co-host of LibSyn's podcast The Feed as well as their community manager. She's also the co-host of She Podcasts, a podcast and community of over 14,000 women podcasters. Her mission is to help more people use their voice and make an impact through the craft of podcasting.

With everything she has going on, it would be easy for Elsie to forget what she's accomplished in a year.

It would be easy to dismiss the small wins and important insights she's experienced.

That's why Elsie has developed a personal process of looking back, assessing her opportunities, setting intentions for the new year.

Elsie and I talk about the energy of the end of the year—and how it can contribute to feeling like we need to catch up no matter how much we've achieved. We also talk about the experience that catalyzed her will to look back and set intentions, as well as how she's trained herself to recognize her true capacity.

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