A Snapshot of Season 3



I'm always telling my clients to celebrate their victories. To take a moment at the end of a cycle to look back on just how far they've come and how much they've grown. So, now that I've wrapped the third(!) season of That's Aloud, I decided to take my own advice.


Before diving into Season 4: 2020 Hindsight, which debuts on Thursday May 6th, I took the time to think back on this incredible journey, and share a few moments that have stayed with me.


This is by no means the "best of" season 3--that would be a completely different collection depending on who put it together. In fact, I would love to hear what YOUR highlight reel would have included. If you leave a comment with your biggest take-away from season 3 I'll include it in next week's episode, which will be a sneak preview of what's to come in season 4!


And just to keep things interesting and add a bit of extra value, rather than simply transcribing all the quotes I've included in the recorded highlight reel, I've curated a collection of my favorite quote-memes from the season to help jog your memory. Enjoy!



Thank you so much for the gift of spending your most precious resource, your time, on holding space for these transformational journeys and words of wisdom. If any of them have touched or helped you in any way, please please PLEASE share the wealth by passing those stories and memes on to others.


Meanwhile, Season 4: 2020 Hindsight, is already blowing my mind. I figured after the year we'd all just had, we could use a heaping helping of hope, so I started asking people not just about the challenges they overcame during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the greatest unexpected gifts they received in the process. And holy optimism, Batman, did they ever deliver! The courage, resilience, creativity, and relentless positivity that radiates from each and every 2020 tale is a true testament to the power of the human spirit to learn, grow, change, and overcome.


Look for a teaser-trailer next Thursday that'll hopefully get you hooked! I know I already am, so if you've got a story about how you've made pandemonade (or more likely a quarantini), reach out. I'm here to help you share it!

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