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36. (S1E36) What's Coming in Season 2
Episode 3630th December 2021 • FINE is a 4-Letter Word • Lori Saitz
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It’s the last week of the year and coincidentally – yeah, I really didn’t plan it this way – the last episode of Season 1. Like last week, this is a solo episode and a short one. Because I simply want to share with you some of the upcoming changes you’ll hear in Season 2.

First I’m going to say thank you for being a listener. I am truly grateful for you and for the time you give in listening. Someone’s time and attention are the most valuable things they have to offer and I never take them for granted.

Listen to hear what you can look forward to in Season 2, which starts with the next episode after this one.

As you move forward, if you’re ready to change how you show up and what you bring into your life, I’m inviting you to take action. Set up a complimentary chat with me to get some clarity around your values and direction and a strategy to get you on the right path. I only do a couple of these calls a week. There’s no obligation, no pressure. Just an insightful conversation. Commit to making 2022 the best year yet. Go to the F*ck Being Fine page on ZenRabbit.com to schedule.

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Hello and welcome to Fine is a 4-Letter Word. I'm your host, Lori Saitz. As I’m recording this, it’s the last week of the year and coincidentally – yeah, I really didn’t plan it this way – the last episode of Season 1.

Like last week, this is a solo episode and a short one. Because I simply want to share with you some of the upcoming changes you’ll hear in Season 2.

Ok well first I’m going to say thank you for being a listener. I am truly grateful for you and for the time you give in listening. Someone’s time and attention are the most valuable things they have to offer and I never take them for granted.

Now, here’s what you can look forward to in Season 2, which starts with the next episode after this one.

When I started this show, I thought my audience was primarily going to be women in their 40s and 50s. So that’s who I brought on as guests. And then I started hearing from men who were listening and loving it. And some of them shared their stories with me and asked if they could be guests.

Initially I said no. But the idea of the show is to share stories of being stuck in a place where you’re saying everything is fine when there’s really a dumpster fire going on. And then being pushed or proactively finding the courage to move out of that place.

Ultimately, it’s about helping listeners understand that they’re not alone and there’s nothing wrong with them. The guys have stories can contribute to that mission. And their stories, their perspectives, are different than the women’s. So I started saying “I don’t know how long Season 1 will be, but you can come on in Season 2.”

As we were working on episode 32 and the holidays were approaching, I considered what to do for the end of the year and decided to do that recap episode you may have heard last week. That led to the realization that the last episode of the year would be number 36.

The number 36 has some historical and spiritual significance. In Judaism, which I don’t practice but am familiar with, the number 18 stands for “life” because the Hebrew letters that spell chai, meaning "living", add up to 18. Eighteen times two is 36, so it represents two lives. Great for a bridge between the life of season 1 and the life of season 2, right?

As an angel number, 36 is a message from your guardian angels to shift focus from an outward focus and concentrate on your inner self. It resonates with the vibration of creativity and balance. It encourages you to remove yourself from negativity and distractions and surround yourself with people who lift you up. Exactly what we’re talking about on this show.

So all around, 36 is the perfect number of episodes with which to end Season 1.

Ok, back to Season 2 changes. You’ll hear some stories from guys.

The other change is in the meditations. I’ve gotten a lot of amazing feedback on the meditations. I definitely want to continue including them after each interview episode. And writing and recording a new one every week is challenging for me. The meditations I create need to come from a place of inspiration, more than a place of weekly demand. That’s what makes them different and special.

The solution to this challenge is to bring in meditations created by special guests. You’ll get an opportunity to enjoy and relax to some new voices and styles. I’ll still create at least one or two a month. We all win!

Lastly, if you’ve ever wanted a t-shirt or hat or other merch with the Fine is a 4-Letter Word logo on it, stay tuned because that’s coming soon. In fact, I could use your help in deciding colors, styles and products, so if you’d like to offer your input, message me at Lori@ZenRabbit.com.

I guess that’s a wrap on this season.

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And if no one’s told you this week, I’m proud of you. Take good care!

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