140: Wednesday Wins, What I Wish My Parents Knew & More (The Daily Experiment) 💚
Hello, my amazing friend! 🗨 "Thank you all for sharing your wins. Now my listener, I want you to take a couple of seconds here and think of a recent win of yours: small - or big, that you can celebrate. Do you have it? Now imagine that you look up into the sky (pretend you're outside on a clear day - if you aren’t) and you look up just in time to catch a small aircraft that has a sign behind it. That sign says, “I’m so proud of you - keep going - you are worth it."" This episode's full transcript is available on my website. Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review this podcast! 💚 Send audio feedback to Coach Christine now: voicemail/text to 920-LIFEWIN (920-543-3946). This Episode is Brought To You By Your Empty Nest Coach, Christine - click to view all of my gifts for you! SupaPass powers our community.* Episode Topics & Their Minute Markers 00:44 Quick Reminders 01:03 Celebrating You and Your Wins 03:28 Win Note from Coach Christine 04:15 What I Wish My Parents Knew: How To Prepare for College 05:16 My Question for You 06:06 Bloopers Send audio feedback to Coach Christine now: voicemail/text to 920-LIFEWIN (920-543-3946). First Time Here? Try This Order of Episodes The Your Empty Nest Coach Podcast Trailer Series 1: Empty Nest Prep - starts at episode #3 Series 2: The C.E.O. of Your Life - starts at episode #64 (Protector is introduced) Series 3 (this one): The C.E.O. Toolbox - starts at episode #88 Episode Resources What is with the Daily Episodes? Here is the Explanation: The Daily Experiment, Your Empty Nest Coach Style: My Wish For You Today & New Things 💚 What’s New: 1:1 Coaching Open Spots Celebrating Your Wins: @EmptyNestCoach on TikTok | @EmptyNestCoach on Instagram What I Wish My Parents Knew: Things to Do to Prepare for College * affiliate link to SupaPass - which powers our community - coming soon! Should you sign up to use SupaPass for your community using the link, I make a commission. You are preparing for the empty nest ahead as your child(ren) prepares, heads off to, and experiences college.