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Try It- You Might Like It

Nov 1, 2021

I’m trying something new for the month of November. #NaPodPoMo is a month-long challenge to release 30 episodes in 30 days.

Gulp. I’m intimidated AND excited by it.

This is the first of my DAILY short & sweet podcast episodes.

Naturally, my topic is TRY IT- you might like it. Take a few minutes and think about what YOU might like to try!

In future episodes, I’ll be featuring questions from listeners- other life owners like you. If you have a question, topic or situation you’d like for us to explore, email me at with ‘podcast question’ in the subject line.

What You’ll Learn From This Episode: Try It- You Might Like It

  • #NaPodPoMo- I’m participating in the National Podcast Post Month challenge so I’m doing 30 episodes in 30 days. WooHOO!!
  • Why trying something makes me think of sweet potatoes
  • What can you try even if it’s for one day?

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Try It- You Might Like It

Intro Music:
Welcome to An Owner’s Guide for Your Life- the podcast that combines psychology, coaching, common sense and fun. I’m Tracey Browning, an entrepreneur, life coach, and lover of people. Now let’s talk about how to live love, make money and change the world.

Hey, I’m glad you’re here. This is episode 20 of An Owner’s Guide for Your Life, the Daily Edition!

I’m trying something new for the month of November. For years now, novel writers have been using the month of November to get their novel written, and podcasters have something similar going on for the month. They call it, let’s see, the hashtag is #NaPodPoMo- I think it is National Podcast Publish Month, something like that.

Anyway, the thing is for podcasters to put out 30 episodes in 30 days.

It really scares me.
I’m pretty intimidated by it.
But guess what? I’m going to do it!

What’s the worst thing that can happen?
I don’t get an episode out. It’s not the end of the world, but I think I can do it.

30 episodes, 30 days.
And don’t worry, they’re just going to be short, like, thought for the day kind of episodes.

So here on day one is my “Try it, you might like it”.

And when I think of trying something, I think of…sweet potatoes.
Yeah, there’s a story with it.

Half of my life, literally half of my life, I have hated sweet potatoes.

Even as a baby, my mother said she would take a jar of sweet potatoes and dip the spoon in and put a little bit in my mouth and I would spit it across the room.

It’s pretty much how I felt about it all of my life, up until my mid 20s.

Every Thanksgiving, one of my cousins and I, we both hated sweet potatoes. So we would like, dare each other. “I dare you to take a bite. Let’s see if you still hate it.”
And sure enough, every year at Thanksgiving, I’d take a bite. Yep. Still hated sweet potatoes.

This went on for years until I was pregnant with my second son and I started to crave– you guessed it– sweet potatoes.

I was really, really appalled by that craving!
Pickles and ice cream? Yeah, I could do that.
But sweet potatoes, man, just the thought of it made my stomach turn. And yet, oddly, it didn’t.

So I broke down and I ate a little bit of sweet potatoes, and it was incredible.

So the moral of the story is not only that pregnancy hormones do really weird things.
The moral of the story is try it. You might like it.

Like I did with sweet potatoes, but also, like I’m doing with releasing a podcast every day in the month of November.
I think I might like it.
And if I don’t like it, I don’t have to keep on doing it.

So what can you try?
Is it a new thought?
Is it a different food?
Is it a food that you thought you hated that maybe you need to revisit?
Maybe you could say something different to somebody.
Maybe you could take a different route to work.
I don’t know. You’ve got so many things to choose from, but think about something you could try just for today.
Try it. You might like it!

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