Change – the one word that used to send me in a tailspin! Seriously, I used to have some major resistance to change. Like, HATED it. Dreaded it. But change isn’t always a bad thing as I’ve learned over the years! And that brings me to…

On this episode of the Your Shining Self Podcast, I chat about the podcast identity crisis I’ve been in for a while, why it feels like that, and what’s gonna change (happen now) going forward.

Since the start of this show, back in 2019, I’ve changed as well as what I like about podcasting (talking – let’s face it, I’m a TALKER LOL) and what I don’t like (interviewing guests – not that I don’t like it… it was just a lot; I share why during the episode).

Tune in for an inside scoop on this evolution journey!

Timestamps Worth Noting:

[00:01:32] Interviewing guests quickly drained me (emotionally).

[00:05:46] Broad content discouraged, specific niche recommended (“slapped” on the wrist about this in a hot seat moment at a business event).

[00:10:45] Change! Podcast solo episodes, guests optional, no rules.

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About Tish:

The Body Positive Fairy Godmother, Tish Lee,  encourages women of all sizes to take up space confidently and comfortably with no apology. She knows if you don’t take your space in the world, no one else can and that would be a damn shame.

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The Your Shining Self Podcast
YSS 65: Special Episode - Changes Coming

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  1. You are trusting yourself and I like it 😘

    The question about how niched or focused you need to be is a big one. There’s a lot to be said for having a snug focus – but we can do that with specific Banner Messages to communicate ideas fully.

    You really can do whatever you want. The more you follow your creativity, the more you express your Essence, the more you’ll attract a community that loves everything you share.

    1. Thanks for taking the time to comment Kelly. Yes, absolutely having a snug focus is a good thing! I’m leaning into your “I do what I want” and following where that leads me and my content 😉

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