This past weekend, I traveled to the Lone Star state to attend the 2nd annual Podcast Movement conference.
And you better believer that site-seeing/running in Fort Worth was almost as big of a priority as networking and hanging out at the conference.
I’ve talked before about how much I love running in new towns, and how my goals for my runs are simple–get lost and run until I find my way back.
I had a great run on Saturday morning, and I even managed to document some of the highlights along the way.
Another highlight of running in Fort Worth last weekend was the chance to meet Jonathan Swiatocha in person.
If you haven’t caught his episode of the podcast yet, check it out. His story is pretty incredible, and it was nice to actually chat in person with a past podcast guest.
Hopefully, I’ll be able to connect with some other former guests in the future as well!
Anyway, running in Fort Worth was pretty fun. From the looks of things, the area definitely seems pretty runner friendly.
So if you’re ever in the area, make sure you’ve got your running shoes and get out there and explore!
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This past weekend, I was in Dallas for the first ever podcasting-only conference.
I had a blast at Podcast Movement, and was able to connect with all kinds of podcasters from a variety of different shows. I even met a lady that MIGHT join me on the Diz Runs With podcast in the near future. But I learned a lot about the business side of podcasting, did some amazing networking, and really made some great friends from around the country that I’ll hopefully be able to visit with when I go run a marathon in their state.
I could go on and on about how great the convention was, but I don’t want to come across as too much of a podcasting nerd, though if the shoe fits… Read more