Today, Write on Track officially hit 100 episodes. Wow, I’m beyond grateful for my entire podcasting journey. When I decided to start the show, I had no clue what it’d evolve into. Less than two years since I released the first episode on my birthday, Write on Track reached such a golden milestone.
Episode 100 of Write on Track
I wanted to do something extremely special for episode 100 of Write on Track, so I invited many of my friends from around the world to celebrate with me. This episode features lovely messages from previous guests of the show, and everyone’s kind words touched my heart. Hosting this show has been a blessing, so it means the world that some of my guests took the time to be part of the 100th episode celebration.
Of course, I got a cake to celebrate Write on Track hitting 100 episodes. I can confirm this is delicious.
I’m blessed for everyone who was part of the first 100 episodes of the show. My guests, the music industry professionals I’ve connected with behind the scenes, and my listeners have made this journey truly magical.
Reflecting on Write on Track
I started Write on Track because I love talking to others in the music industry. Magic happens when like-minded people sit down for an honest chat, and that’s why I formatted this show the way I did. There are so many interview-style podcasts out there, and Write on Track stands out because authentic conversations are at the heart of this show. Centering each episode around a topic is a unique approach as well. I’m blessed I get to chat with my guests about something they’re passionate about because passion leads to reality and vulnerability. I feel that the way I host this show allows my guests to be themselves while the conversations deliver valuable inspiration and information to my listeners. The wide range of topics and blend of personal experiences and knowledge provides a genuine listening experience that has the potential to both inspire and educate. There’s something special about every single conversation, and I’m honored I get the opportunity to share these chats with the world.
Along with the unforgettable conversations I have with my guests, I’ve gotten the opportunity to expand my network and connect with such talented people from all areas of the music industry. From songwriters and artists to managers and publicists and beyond, this show has gifted me new friendships and business relationships that I’ll never take for granted. The network I’ve built from Write on Track is beautiful, and I’m so lucky I’ve created a special family in the music industry.
Also, I’m forever grateful for all of my listeners. As of February 5, 2023, Write on Track has been heard in 65 countries, according to my statistics. Never in a million years did I believe something like this would happen. Knowing my conversations with my talented guests are being heard worldwide is extremely validating and rewarding.
Hosting Write on Track is a gift. I’m so proud of what this show has become, and I’m ready to make new connections and share more conversations in the years to come. Thank you to everyone who has been on this journey with me. There’s always room for new friends, so if you’re interested in being on the show, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I’d love to hear from you.
So, that’s a wrap on the first 100 episodes of Write on Track. I’m going to eat another piece of cake and watch the GRAMMYs now. Yes, I’m actually going to take a night to relax for once. Are you surprised? Me, too.
Oh, and one more thing. While you wait for more fabulous episodes of the show, remember to stay “write on track!”