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Taylor - your show always inspires and encourages me. I appreciated the shout-out (May 1) to all those essays you have to write ;). Keep putting your skills to good use - as time and life and balance allow.
“Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.” These young ladies are doing just that!
Fantastic to hear these young girls using their talents in this medium. Thoughtful and interesting interviews with some of the top minds today. I think this podcast is a testament to the power of positive influence and how this next generation of young leaders is going to make an impact globally. Aiming for the Moon is aptly named, and I’m excited to subscribe and learn more each week.
This podcast is one of my top podcasts I listen to. Mattie and Taylor y’all are amazing and your podcast is amazing. Great job can’t wait for more episodes. more
Soooo good thank you for one of the best podcasts ever!!!!! Could you do one for more books like the Tolkien one?
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Aiming for the Moon launched 3 years ago and published 114 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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