Hello everyone - hope you are well! We just wanted to quickly let you know that we’ll be taking a scheduled break for the rest of the summer and will be back with new episodes in the early fall.
It’s been a real joy recording and putting out the podcast - we’re so grateful to each and every guest for their contribution to the path that we’ve been on with the podcast which is basically trying to get just a little bit closer to coming to grips with the unbelievably complex reality of the human experience.
At last count there were over 3 million active podcasts on the Apple podcast platform - that is, of course, an absolutely huge amount of content to choose from. We are so delighted & humbled by the number of listeners who have chosen to devote a little bit of their bandwidth to the content that we have been producing. We have seen quite a sizable growth in the podcast over the past 8 months and we want to thank you for your support. If you’re relatively new to the podcast, we hope you are enjoying the content we have to offer.
If you have been enjoying the content, leaving a review on Apple podcasts would be tremendously helpful - it’s a major benchmark that helps potential guests gauge the podcast and I can tell you for a fact that the warm feedback to date has really helped with the growth of Thoughts on Record – we’re a relatively small, independent podcast and having solid reviews really helps potential guests cut through the noise of the countless invitations they receive. It’s also a great way for us to get feedback and to get a feel for how the content is resonating. Passing the podcast along to a friend or colleague is also always appreciated.
If you have comments or feedback, you can always reach us at [email protected]
– we’d love to hear from you with any suggestions for guests or topics you might have! I’ve really enjoyed interacting with those who have reached out so keep the emails coming!
Well, that’s it for now - looking forward to picking up the conversation in the fall!
Take good care,
Pete, on behalf of the OICBT