The Reimagining Success Podcast

Reimagining Success Podcast

I am absolutely thrilled to be able to announce this week that my podcast, Reimagining Success with Anna S. E. Lundberg, is finally available for your listening pleasure! I say ‘finally’ because I’ve had this idea for a podcast for some time and it’s a personal achievement for me to have made it into a reality. Starting the podcast was also my third and final goal that I had for 2018 – after launching my group programme, which I’ve now run three times, and publishing my book – so I’m just in time now with a December launch!

Reimagining Success

Since leaving my corporate job in 2013, I’ve been reimagining what ’success’ looks like – and I’m passionate about inspiring and supporting you in doing the same.

Conventionally, ‘success’ is usually limited to ideas of fame, wealth and social status. For most of us, though, that’s hardly a meaningful definition. If you look it up, ‘success’ means ‘the accomplishment of an aim or purpose’ – that means that you get to decide what that aim or purpose is, and that it can and should mean far more than just getting promoted in your corporate job or buying a bigger house.

So, in this podcast…

  • You’ll be encouraged to go beyond the narrow focus on just the work domain to consider wellness and wellbeing, family and relationships, development and growth, and fun and play, which is all just as important.
  • You’re going to hear from individuals who are pursuing their own definitions of success, getting their insights on the challenges they’ve faced, strategies they’ve used to overcome those challenges, and their best advice and tips so that you can apply their lessons directly in your own life.
  • And you will be getting all sorts of extra resources and support, in the form of invitations to free training workshops, access to an online community, and opportunities to work directly with me, if you decide you want to take things further.

Why a podcast

I’m a big consumer of podcasts myself and so I’m thrilled to finally become part of this movement and, in a sense, give back – considering how much I’ve been learning and benefiting from listening to other people these past few years.

If you’ve been part of my community for a while, enjoying my blog or joining me in my live streams over in the Facebook group, then the topics I’m covering will be familiar to you. The podcasting format will give you another channel, another angle with which to approach these themes, and I hope it will bring you new insights as you continue reimagining success in your own life!

If you haven’t been following my content until now, then I hope the podcasting format will make it easier for you to do so. The audio format of podcasting is really ideal to fit around your already-full lifestyle – it’s free, it’s on-demand – and you never know when that one episode will hit your ears at the exact right time to create a spark, a thought, that gets you taking that one crucial step that could end up being transformational.

Discover the new podcast

The new Reimagining Success with Anna Lundberg podcast is available on your favourite podcasting app – you should find it by searching “reimagining success”!

The episodes will be released on a weekly basis every Thursday, so look out for new episodes each Thursday and make sure you subscribe so you never miss an episode!

There are already three episodes available, so you can dive straight in:

Episode 0 – Reimagining Success: An Introduction

Episode 1 – What does being successful mean?

Episode 2 – Obsessed with work

This is all about you, and so I count on you to let me know what you think, tell me which bits that you most enjoy, suggest topics you’d like me to cover, and ask any questions you’d like answered.

I can’t wait to interact with you in this new medium – and I really hope you enjoy listening to the new podcast!

Discover the podcast on iTunes, Spotify and Stitcher; or you can listen directly on my website.


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