After 175 episodes, it’s safe to say I have a few favorites that stand out. That said, it’s tough narrowing down such a list to just four interviews.
Why four? Well, this weekend marks the 4th Anniversary of the Read to Lead Podcast. I’ve decided, therefore, to celebrate by picking my four favorite interviews during that time, one from each year.
I hope you’ll enjoy this trip down memory lane.
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My four favorite interviews, one each from the first four years, include:
- My chat with Simon Sinek in Episode #043
- My hero, Seth Godin, who came to visit in Episode #066
- Next is a guy who’s become a mentor and friend, Ray Edwards, from Episode $119
- And, more recently, two-time guest Margie Warrell from Episode #168
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The Best Interview from Each Year
To hear any of these four interviews in their entirely, simply visit the original show notes page for each episode.
===>> Simon Sinek – EP #043
Find out more about Simon at his website.
===>> Seth Godin – EP #066
Seth blogs daily over here.
===>> Ray Edwards – EP #119
Ray writes and podcasts at his personal website.
===>> Margie Warrell – EP #168
You can find out more on Margie here.
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