If you have talked to me in the past few months chances are i said, "podcast" so much that it made you never want to listen to a podcast ever. I may have even uploaded some in your podcast library. Go look. You may not have been watching.
However, if my aggressive love turned you off from podcasts for your entire life, please make a tiny exception. No, not for Brené Brown on Oprah's Super Soul conversations, while I will still argue that this (along with Elizabeth Gilbert and Glennon Doyle) is life changing,
The podcast is continuing education for our deeper understanding of Tuberous Sclerosis and epilepsy with candid and honest interviews from the doctors that saved Luke's life. I am hopeful that others may hear Luke's story and find the courage to fight for their child's life even when those around you may disagree with your decisions or dismiss your hustle.
Keep on soldiers. Do you, Boo.
Click HERE to link to Texas Children's website and listen to podcast OR go to podcast though iTunes here.
If you search in podcast just type in Outcomes Texas Children's and you should be linked right to it as well.
I'd like to leave you with an oldie but a goodie. If you want to feel your wisdom quantitatively, this song is 18 years old.
To quote The Hova-Man, Jay-Z for your young guns out there:
I'm a hustler baby. I just want you to know.
It ain't where I've been. But where I'm 'bout to go.
8/15/2018 01:08:54 am
I was quite lost after reading your article. Do you mean, you're launching a podcast these upcoming days? I had the right understanding, I would be happy to follow your page. Podcasts are getting more attention right now than written blogs, and I definitely see this as a good thing. It's always relaxing to listen to empowering words rather than reading, at least for my opinion. We all have our own taste.
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Mother of two amazing little boys, one who just happens to be a TS warrior.