Podcast Conversation

In September of 2018, I had a conversation with my friend Thomas for his podcast: RISE/Inner Monologue. The story I chose to speak about was my most life defining: finding my stepfather dead from a prescription drug overdose when I was 13.

I’m not afraid of public speaking, to talk in general or to tell my story. Over the past thirty years, I’ve talked about it with numerous people. But to talk about it in this forum made me nervous and anxious. How many people would hear it? Who would hear it? It would be out there FOREVER.

I chose to do the podcast with the intention of helping others. Maybe my story or something I said would resonate with someone. I wanted to be open and honest and (in spite of the fear). The episode (162) aired yesterday and I am so happy I did it! I am grateful for the opportunity I was given to share. I did what I set out to do- I showed up and shared authentically.

If you haven’t listened to his podcast yet, I encourage you to do so. He has a different guest every week. Awesome people of various backgrounds making a great impact in the world!

~April

http://www.risephoenix.org/

 

One thought on “Podcast Conversation

  1. Hi April! I don’t check my email often but was searching for an old order number from a Kratom vendor, and found THIS! 😁 I’m SO glad to hear you were happy you did the interview!! I started listening then had to put it on a back burner. I should be able to finish listening today!! ❤️Lisa

    On Tue, Feb 5, 2019 at 8:42 AM Inspiration by April wrote:

    > ibastanley posted: “In September of 2018, I had a conversation with my > friend Thomas for his podcast: RISE/Inner Monologue. The story I chose to > speak about was my most life defining: finding my stepfather dead from a > prescription drug overdose when I was 13. I’m not afraid” >

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