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Episode 100 is upon us, and I can hardly believe it. Three years ago, in March of 2020, I bought microphones, headsets, chairs, and a desk, and started a podcast. Today, I have interviewed criminologists, Indigenous leaders, biologists, former judges, ocean pollution experts, UFC fighters, rappers, artists, entrepreneurs, and innovators. I feel incredibly humbled and grateful to have had the opportunity to speak with so many amazing people and share their stories with my listeners.
But, as I reflect on the past 100 episodes, I realize that I am just getting started. It has taken me this long to find my groove, my style, and my approach, and I can't wait to see where the next 100 episodes take me. I am grateful for the support and encouragement of those who have helped me along the way.
First and foremost, I want to thank Rebekah for her unwavering support of the vision, the mission, and the goal of this podcast from day one. In the early days, I didn't tell many people about my podcast to avoid the doubters, but Rebekah has been there since I started putting together Ikea furniture. Her belief in me and my vision has been invaluable.
I also want to thank all of the guests who have shared their time and stories with me. The first 80 or so episodes were filmed in person, and it is humbling to think about how many people were willing to get in their cars and drive to my home to speak with me for 2-3 hours. Time is precious, and over 100 people have shared their precious resource with me and my listeners. I am incredibly grateful for their trust and generosity.
I also want to give a special shoutout to Tim McAlpine, who has been a pillar in our community and incredibly generous with his time and equipment. He bought into the podcast very early on, and his support has been a critical factor in its success. At the end of Episode 100, you'll find out why.
Finally, I want to thank you - the reader, subscriber, and listener. Without you, there is no podcast. It takes a lot of trust to hit that download button, and I am grateful for your support. I know there are many other podcasts out there with huge budgets and excellent content, so I appreciate that you have chosen to spend your time listening to mine. Thank you to those who have liked, commented, and shared the podcast with their friends and family - your support means the world to me.
As I look back on the past 100 episodes and ahead to the next 100, I am filled with gratitude for the people who have supported me and the guests who have shared their stories. I am excited to see where this journey takes me next, and I hope you'll continue to join me for the ride.