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Reflecting on the journey and my learnings after 300 episodes

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Welcome to a very special episode of the regenerative skills podcast. This is the 300th episode that I am publishing today, and to make the occasion I wanted to try something new. At this point the show has grown immensely from where I started it and I would imagine that most of you who are tuned in now haven’t been here since the beginning.

For that reason I’m going to revisit the origins of this show and explain the context in which this podcast was started, how it’s evolved along with my own personal journey, and bring you up to speed about where I am currently. We’re also going to check in with my dear partner Alba who is appearing only for the second time on this show. She’s bravely confronting her self consciousness about speaking English on a recording in order to share her perspective and ask some questions, and though I doubt she’ll ever listen to this episode, I want all of you to know how much it means to me to include her in this milestone and share my gratitude for all the support and patience she’s shown me in getting to this point.

I also get a chance to speak with my dear little sister Emily, who has been my closest friend and confidant for my whole adult life. She and her three daughters, my nieces Selma, Rawan, and Lujane are here visiting for the first time since we moved to this farm and are spending two months of the summer with us. You’ll get to hear from all of them later in this session.

By the end I’ll also share some insights into the vision for both this podcast and the broader aspects of my work that the show is contained in. As with any future vision there are a lot of variables and uncertainties, but you’ll get a peek into what I have in the works at the moment before I hopefully announce them happening in future episodes.

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