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| written by Alece Ronzino | 11 comments

I don’t know about you, but I’m a big fan of podcasts. Sometimes I wish I had a work commute so I could have more active listening time… but that thought only lasts for about half a second. Instead, I listen while I’m cooking or cleaning or getting ready in the morning. I even listen when I go to bed, each night picking up where I fell asleep the night before… There are just so many great podcasts out there!

One of my recent favorites is called Rising Stories, hosted by a friend of mine. In each episode Corine Sandifer interviews a business owner, entrepreneur, or author. What I love about it is her interview style. It’s really personable and conversational, as if you’re simply listening in on their conversation in a coffee shop.

I recently had the honor of being a guest on the Rising Stories podcast. Our casual conversation touches on the history of One Word 365, what I do for a living, my favorite business apps, and how I stay organized (or attempt to anyway!), with a slight detour about whiskey sours… If you’d like to hear my best business advice, my favorite restaurant in Nashville, or a new tool that could help you with your Airbnb rental — or would simply enjoy getting to know me a bit more — give a listen to my interview.

Mac/iPhone users can subscribe to the podcast and listen here »  {Or just search for Rising Stories wherever you typically listen to podcasts.}

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{I’m also guest posting over on Corine’s blog about why we need to stop should-ing on ourselves.
Link over to read it.}

After pioneering a nonprofit in South Africa for 13 years, Alece Ronzino now lives in Nashville, TN. She’s a nonprofit communications strategist, freelance copywriter/editor, and the founder of One Word 365. More importantly, she dances in the car, talks with her hands, and makes a mean guacamole. She blogs occasionally but candidly about searching for God in the question marks of life and faith. Follow Alece on Instagram and Twitter, and visit her blog, Grit and Glory.

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spiritwind373: Victorious... #Victoriousismy name. Great scriptures to help cement in my word. One is Deuteronomy 20:4 "For the LORD your God is the one who goes with you to fight for you against your enemies to give you victory.” I also love podcasts and am just now getting into SoundCloud. I know, behind much? Well that's me and technology, but it keeps me humble! So i heard some good stuff on The Revival Scene Community Church FB site. Enjoy and keep continue to be blessed to be a blessing with your Bad*** self! XO Reply

Sheryl Moerdyk: My word is HEAL. Which is very interesting because I looked back over my past words and in 2011, my word was HEALED. They actually two very different things and I am so excited about the Healing that is going to take place...finally! Love you much my friend! Reply

Kristen Harvey: My name is Kristen and my word is Surrender. It's hitting me hard this year and it's already been tough but I am excited to see what comes next. A song that's been helping me lately is Scars to Your Beautiful. Reply

abcjewel: My word for the year is Thrive. I want to learn to thrive in all aspects of my life. One wonderful thing I have heard lately is my grandson. Hearing him say, "I love you, grandma" melts my heart. I will never get tired of hearing that! Reply

Lamae: amazing stuff. keep at it! Reply

rcraig418: My one word this year is TRUST! I love podcasts as well. I normally listen to Andy Stanley, Rick Warren, Joyce Meyer, Beth Moore, Cindy Bultema, and I could go on and on!!! :) I love to listen to them when I am driving! Reply

Katie T: My 2017 word is Savor. Best thing I've seen lately is this: http://pin.it/aiK9tQO Reply

Brandon: My word is Focus. Best thing this so far is the Hamilton Remix album! Reply

amysoden: I keep coming back to unsafe/uncomfortable as my word. Haven't solidified it quite yet. I feel like there is probably a better word to reflect these. Reply

Deborah Burks: How can I order the mugs? Reply

    Alece Ronzino: Hey Deborah! You can order the mugs here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/489139002/word-of-the-year-choose-your-word?ref=shop_home_active_2 Use coupon code ONEWORD365 to save 10% on your mug. Reply

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