Every day, I thank God for the opportunity to create a business that serves others, makes a positive difference in the lives of people all over the world and that brings a great deal of personal satisfaction and fulfillment into my own life. I am incredibly blessed.
On my ABOUT PAGE, there is a video that describes our journey (my wife and I) of how we got into the world of podcasting. If you have seen that, you know that my story is not one of “overnight success.” That video, however, was recorded on May 2011.
While things were really starting to take off when I gave that talk, I never could have imagined all the blessings that have come our way over the years since that time. To get just a glimpse of what I am talking about, feel free to read the blog post that reveals my personal income from 2010 through 2013.
The following images show some of the evolution of my podcast studio over the past few years.
There was the time when I used to set up all my equipment, once a week, in the floor of our living room.
There was the time when I actually talked my wife into giving me a dedicated corner of our family room for my podcasting efforts.
Over the years, my studio space grew quite a bit.
Many of you are already aware that Stephanie and I are building a new home. Our entire family is extremely excited about all the new space that we will have.
One of the things that I am most excited about is that the entire finished lower level (basement) of our new home will be 100% devoted to my business. The square footage of the basement, alone, in the new house is actually larger than the square footage of our entire existing home.
In this VLOG post, I give you a walk through of what our new home looks like as of March 23rd, 2014, after I had just finished wiring all the rooms with RG6 and Cat5e cabling.
If you want to continue following the progress of our new home and my new podcasting studio, I encourage you to check out my New Home Facebook Photo Album.
Again, I want to say how incredibly thankful I am to have chosen the path that I did to leave my career in insurance to pursue the work and life for which I truly felt that I was created. It has never been easy. However, one of my greatest friends, David H Foster, once said… “I don’t need easy, I just need worth it.”
Thanks for taking the time to watch my VLOG post above and for reading this accompanying post.
Until next time, I encourage you to take everything you do to the Next Level!