Welcome to a special milestone episode of the Personal Development Mastery Podcast, marking four impactful years since its launch in February 2020. As I reflect on the journey, I observe the podcast's evolution from inspiration to empowerment, highlighting the transformative power of daily, consistent action.
With over 100,000 downloads in 140 countries and more than 200 interviews, the thread of consistency stands out. As Jim Rohn eloquently stated, success is the result of simple daily disciplines. As we look forward to year five, I invite you to share your thoughts and reflections.
Here's to continued growth, empowerment and celebrating the podcast's four-year journey together!
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I am Agi Keramidas, a podcaster, author, knowledge broker and mentor. My mission is to empower you with the simple, consistent actions you need to take to create a purposeful and fulfilling life.
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00:03 - Agi Keramidas
Welcome to Personal Development Mastery Podcast episode 367. Today is a very special episode because it is the podcast's fourth birthday. In February 2020, I launched Personal Development Mastery podcast and at that time - I'll tell you a little story. I chose the title because the word Mastery sounded really cool having in the title. Little did I know at that time that by naming the podcast Personal Development Mastery, I had inadvertently set the bar very high for myself.
And when I look at my initial mission with the podcast four years ago, I see how it has evolved over time. Naturally, it has gone from inspiring you to grow and stand out to where is it today, empowering you with the simple, consistent actions you need to master yourself and create a life of purpose and fulfillment. Look in Personal Development, from my own experience. On the journey, there are some occasional light bulb moments, the transformations, the epiphanies, but it is the daily, consistent, empowering actions that we take that make up the majority of the journey. Our day, and therefore our whole life, is made up of small actions, routines, habits, patterns of thinking and so on. Jim Rohn said it beautifully success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines practiced every day, while failure is simply a few errors in judgment, repeated every day. It is the cumulative weight of our disciplines and our judgments that leads us either to success or to failure. So the reason I'm saying all this is because this serves as a reminder that Personal Development that master in our lives is not a destination. It is a daily practice. It's just up to us whether we choose conscious, empowering actions and behaviors or unconscious or disempowering ones.
And so I'll come back to what I was saying about the podcast from February 2020 and I will give a very brief overview. Fast forward to today, four years later 367 episodes, over 200 interviews with guests, over 100,000 downloads in 140 countries and, really, looking back, I can clearly see the thread of consistency of doing the small actions day in, day out, week in, week out, month in, month out, year after year after year. My intention for this time next year is that we will celebrate the podcast's fifth birthday together and, who knows, maybe it will be a live episode. I am looking forward to continuing the journey of self mastery with you, this journey of growing and expanding. Here's to next year, the fifth year of the Personal Development Mastery podcast, with even more insights to empower you.
As I said a minute ago, it's the simple, consistent actions you take that create a life of purpose and fulfillment, and my mission is to continue to empower you with them. And before I close today's episode, an open invitation to you listening right now. I invite you to find me on social media and send me a direct message. You can tell me who your favorite guest has been so far, or someone you would like me to interview next, or some particular topic that you would like to listen to and that would serve you better. I'm looking forward to receiving your message. Again, a very happy birthday to Personal Development Mastery podcast, which is for today and until next time, stand out, don fit in!