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Hey there! SO glad you made it this far. If you heard the last episode, you were probably wondering what the heck I was gonna do.
Or maybe you’re just here to see what I’ll screw up next. That’s cool, too.
At any rate, in this episode, I have to figure out what I’m gonna do after the debacle that was last episode!
**If you haven’t heard the previous episode(s), I strongly urge you to start with Episode 1. (‘Cause it’s a story and all…)**
Share the Love!
If you’ve heard the episode, you know what this is about. I could use your help!
If you listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or any other platform that lets you rate and review…would you please consider giving How Not To Sail a nice 5-star rating and review?
(And if you’re not that impressed…well, just enjoy that beer. We’re good.)
A Handy Link To Share
This is very cool. Just copy the link below and paste it into a Facebook or Twitter post, and it will show up as a slick-looking graphic, which when clicked will take the viewer to the most convenient way to listen to the podcast, no matter what kinda gadget they’re on!
- highlight the below and
- hit ⌘ + C (hold the ⌘ key down while pressing the letter “C”) to copy on Mac (Ctrl + C on Windows),
- then ⌘ + V to paste (Ctrl + V on Windows) to paste it into your post:
Let me know in the comments below if you shared the love, or if you have any questions! I’d love to give a shout out in an upcoming episode. 🙂
Tweet the Love
Clicking on the link below does just what it sounds like. It lets you send out a Tweet (with a nice graphic) telling your Twitter friends what they’re missing.
A Great Organization
I mentioned Larry and Tommy from Shake-A-Leg Miami in this episode. If you’re a sailor looking to help out a good cause, they do some awesome work, bringing sailing to folks with mobility issues, disadvantaged kids, and veterans. Kudos, guys!!!