In this episode – after much discussion, thought and second-guessing — we say farewell.
If you are to make anything that you do successful, you have to put in the effort to ensure you do it consistently, with complete conviction and passion; Most importantly, you have to be flexible.
With flexibility you have to accept change. Change of direction. Change of goals. Change of plans. I am not saying that you need to quit doing what you are doing if it doesn’t work immediately, but you do need to stay true to yourself and your goals.
Sometimes what you want to achieve personally today is not the same thing that you wanted to achieve 6 months or a year ago, and this is fine.
Unfortunately, The B.Y.O.B Podcast has moved from being a top priority for us and this has caused it to be ignored and we have not given the time and effort it needs to release a good show every week.
Because of this, we are moving on.
This is the end of the show, but not the end of Albert or Jon.
Where Albert Hangs Out Online:
You can find Albert in many places around the web, making hilarious videos and recording micro-podcasts. Albert definitely shines behind a microphone and camera, so make sure to check it out.
Albert’s (mostly comedy) blog: AlbertHathazi.com
Albert’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/alberthathazi
Where Jon Spends His Time:
Jon has taken up blogging, you should check it out:
Jon’s Blog: JonnyNastor.com
Roll The Final Credits:
Although this is the end of one show, it is definitely not the end of Albert or Jon. We are both planning to continue podcasting and building businesses online, so stay in touch and keep your eyes out for what is to come next.
As always, we would love to hear from you. Leave us a comment or drop us an email via our contact page and let us know what your plans are and where we can find you!
It’s been a lot of fun and I hope that we’ve at least proven to someone that two guys with a bit of ambition can put on a fun show — if only for 16 episodes!
Have fun and keep on building your businesses.
Thanks for everything,
Jon Nastor and Albert Hathazi