Launching My Podcast – Choosing Hope: Ordinary People doing Extraordinary Things

This week, I realized another bucket list item – to become a podcast host!  My podcast is called Choosing Hope: Ordinary People doing Extraordinary Things, and it officially launched this week. 

Each week, I interview ordinary, everyday people who are doing exceptional things, and give them a platform to talk about their passion and purpose. You will hear people from around the world doing interesting things. People who have started an organization, come up with new ways of doing things, advanced their thinking on a topic and volunteered for specific causes. Through their work, each one of these individuals is making a difference in their communities and contributing to the world in small and big ways. Listen as they talk about their role models and what brings them hope.

I selected the name of the podcast, Choosing Hope: Ordinary People doing Extraordinary Things, as a take from the book I wrote that was recently published by Mawenzi House called, Choosing Hope: 1 Woman. 3 Cancers. There is something about the title of the book and the podcast – Choosing Hope – that speaks to me.  I believe that when we choose hope – regardless of who we are and what our circumstances are – we activate something within us to propel us to move forward with creativity and joy. 

My hope is that this podcast will inspire you and give you new insights. The podcast is in audio format and available wherever you get your podcasts:

Apple PodcastsStitcher, Buzzsprout and Spotify.

Here’s a sample of what you will hear. Click on the play ▶️ button in the images below:

And if you are an ordinary person, doing extraordinary things, and want to be a guest on this podcast, connect with me on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.  In the meantime, please listen to the first episode of Choosing Hope: Ordinary People doing Extraordinary Things, where I talk to Tarquin Singh and her work as a Henna Artist: 

Enjoy!

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