I have an extra special episode today to mark the 100th episode of Making It Count! So much has happened since my podcasting journey began and I’ve learned so much from my incredible guests and also about myself.
Since launching in 2018, three very significant things happened; I turned 50, Covid came along and changed the world forever and I was diagnosed with stage 3 melanoma. Through it all, I continued to release episodes, connecting with so many incredible people along the way and nearly tripling in downloads.
Making it Count fulfills part of my vision and purpose, which is why I’m driven to bring my listeners fantastic episodes.
To celebrate this incredible milestone, I’ve asked the lovely Mel Williams to jump in the host seat and interview me to help unpack the last 100 episodes. It’s been interesting to reflect on the lessons I’ve learned, how my brand has evolved throughout this journey and how I have personally grown braver and bolder through all my experiences.
To think about how I started and where I am now – it’s poles apart!
Although it was a really challenging list to narrow down, I share my top 5 episodes of all time, what I loved about them, and some of the insights that these 5 remarkable guests brought to each episode.
I’m so grateful to everyone who has joined me on this journey and for the opportunity to inspire others to make it count in their own way.
Being an occasion that is absolutely worth celebrating, I also have a special offer for you! Follow & send me a direct message on Instagram at @juliehydeleads to tell me your favourite episode, what you loved most about it and you’ll go in the draw to receive a FREE 45 minute coaching session with me. More details on the podcast! The winner will be announced on Instagram on the 1st September.
Previous episodes mentioned
– Georgie Harman – Mental Health in the Workplace
– Stephen Durkin – Transformational Leadership
– Where the Magic Happens – Giaan Rooney
– The Power of Pause – Helen Fairclough
– Leadership Engagement – Brian Hartzer
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