I love photography. Capturing moments in time and being able to refer back to them for years to come is pretty priceless.
But when I don’t have a camera by my side, or when there is a time that I have an emotion I want to remember, I like to take snapshots in my mind.
That way, I can stop, “click”, and then go back and remember the scene, the feeling – anytime I want. I like to think of this as a very special gift that I have.
I wish I could do the same with podcasts.
I listen to a lot of podcasts, and I’m pretty good at remembering the actual show I listened to and who the guest was, and I can definitely remember the overall idea – but when I try and pinpoint a particular quote or experience someone shared days after listening, there are times when I get stuck.
I’m willing to bet you feel the same way, right?
Taking a snapshot of a podcast episode
Today I want to do a “take two” of Fire Nation IGNITES and thank someone else from Fire Nation who has gone way above and beyond to provide EntrepreneurOnFire with valuable and relevant content.
Jessica Rhodes has a pretty special gift.
The same way I like to take a snapshot with a camera to remember a particular moment, or take a snapshot in my mind to remember an emotion, Jessica has found a fantastic way to take a snapshot of a podcast episode.
This is something I find very valuable in that I can refer back to it time and time again for inspiration, motivation and reassurance that my journey is worth every single step.
Jessica was kind enough to take her skills in design and love for entrepreneurship and create this infographic, summarizing Barbara Corcoran’s interview on EntrepreneurOnFire:
Pretty sweet, right?!
What our guests on EntrepreneurOnFire share with us is priceless.
Insights, lessons learned, AHA moments and their best advice – all at our fingertips.
However, just as I sometimes have trouble remembering a particular quote or experience someone shared on a podcast, I’m sure you, too, would value a “snapshot” of any given episode to refer back to for motivation, inspiration and as a constant reminder that you’re not alone on your journey.
I think what Jessica has done here is amazing, and I love the idea of summarizing EntrepreneurOnFire’s episodes in this way. So Jessica, thank you SO much for providing Fire Nation with such valuable and relevant content – we are so grateful!
Want to know more about Jessica? You can find her InterviewConnections.com!