Over the last 8 years and 400 episodes, Neil Tyra has provided listeners with great guests and amazing information that they didn’t learn in law school. But now, it is time for a transition and in this goodbye episode, Neil takes us through the journey of The Law Entrepreneur Podcast. So long, friends.
In this episode, Neil discusses:
- Taking a break from podcasting.
- How the podcast came to be.
- Some of the rockstar guests that we’ve had on over the years.
- A big thank you to all of our listeners.
- Thank you to all of our sponsors, current and past, you made the podcast possible.
- Thank you to all of the many guests that we’ve had throughout the years. You’ve shared your wisdom and it was a great joy to speak with you.
- Thank you to the listeners, whether you’ve listened to one episode or all 400, you are the reason that we have continued to do the show.
“Thank you to all of you – my sponsors, my guests, my fans, my family for putting up with all of this. We will see you on the other side. Thanks for being part of The Law Entrepreneur.” — Neil Tyra
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Show notes by Podcastologist Chelsea Taylor-Sturkie
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