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Finding Sleep…

Over the course of doing my podcast I’ve had a lot of different comments, suggestions, critiques etc… all of which I appreciate greatly.

There is one comment in particular that I find very interesting: People like to fall asleep listening to my show.

This used to kind of bother me, after all, I do this podcast thing to hopefully entertain, educate, help in some way, but to be told people like to fall asleep listening to me? I took it as a smackdown for the longest time…that is…until I understood what it was they meant by that.

Supposedly, my voice is soothing to a lot of people. It helps them relax, chill out, not that my wife and kids would agree since they hear me all day long, but more recently I am getting folks contacting me saying they really enjoy listening to my show before bed, they turn it on, and in no time, they find themselves relaxed and suddenly, asleep.

After researching this phenomenon with my podcasting peers, I’ve come to the conclusion that I am deeply honored, and this opinion, it’s not a bad thing, it’s a high compliment.

A few people even suggested that they often have trouble falling asleep, or if they awaken in the middle of the night and are unable to go back to sleep, they’ll put on Finding Subjects Podcast and go to sleep with me.

Look, however I can help people, that’s fantastic. I personally don’t seem to put myself to sleep, my wife sometimes seems to loose focus when I am speaking to her, same with my kids, but I am not certain they are tuning in anyways to what I have to say.

So…if you can’t get to sleep, or if you know someone who has trouble falling asleep, try sleeping with me. Ha!

Man, that sounds so wrong and inaccurate, but life is full of funny antidotes, right?

Sleep with me, people, turn your friends on to me as well, I’m easy apparently. Lol

Seriously though, if you know someone having problems falling asleep, share me with them?

Let’s try to see if it works for them. Maybe I’ll even create a special ‘very chill’ episode in the near future for the purpose of achieving relaxation and sleep.

Thank you very much for your time.

Have a great weekend.

Talk to you soon!

Tony

Finding Subjects Podcast

http://www.FindingSubjects.org