Just a few days ago I was flipping through some notes when I landed on one I made a year ago. On it was written “create a podcast.” It’s amazing to see those words and know they are not merely words anymore but a reality. The Inner Picture Stories Podcast has just achieved its first milestone of 5 episodes. And I know, it’s not a hell of a lot of episodes, YET (!), but it’s an achievement for me, and one I’m very proud of, because I put 100% of my heart and soul into every episode and interview. And I can honestly say, every guest we have had on the show has been truly incredible, providing fantastic insight and wisdom that can make a real positive effect on the listeners’ lives.
Each time we hit another 5 episode milestone I will release a 5-Bullet Point Episode serving first of all as a celebration (more for myself you understand of course!), but also as a preview episode where I take out some important lessons, wisdom and insights from the past 5 episodes, helping you to get an idea what they are all about. Then you can easily find the right episode or episodes that contain the lessons and information that you are most interested in at that time. You could also use The 5-Bullet Point Episodes when you need a little dose of goodness in tough moments, or simply whenever you want to gain some incredible lessons, insights and wisdom about this life and the world in just a couple of minutes. Of course don’t forget, for the full in depth experience, the complete interviews are the place to go to.
Links for each episode can be found here in the descriptions, taking you straight to the full episodes. So please enjoy this first 5-Bullet Point Episode of EP’s 1-5, and here’s to many more to come!
Paul Gilmartin: This is a very profound interview with Paul Gilmartin – stand-up comedian, tv personality and host of the podcast The Mental Illness Happy Hour. We talk about depression, suicide, feelings and emotions. For anyone out there facing any personal struggles, this is a great great listen.
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