How to Listen to Recorded Calls

There are two ways to listen to the recorded calls:

The first way is to download the recording onto your computer as an MP3 file (like music).  You’ll need to download the recordings while class is in session, but then you’ll own them and can listen whenever you want.

The second way is to listen to them on your phone, directly through the conference call service.  This is available as soon as the call is finished; you don’t have to wait for me to upload it or anything.  This method is only available during the weeks the class is in session.  Here’s how to do each one:

1) For the downloads:

After each class, I will upload the recording into a shared dropbox folder and put the link below.   Every once in awhile people have mysterious trouble with a download that is solved by simply opening it with a different browser.  So if you have trouble try that first, and then contact me.

You can listen to the calls on your computer without downloading them, but if you’d like to be able to listen to them again after the class is over you’ll need to download the recordings onto your own computer.

Class 1 recording:


Class 2:


Class 3:


Class 4:


Class 5:


Class 6:




2) To access the recordings by phone:

Call this number: 1-559-546-1899 (note: it’s two digits different from the normal call-in number!) Normal long-distance rates to California will apply. If you’re not in the US or Canada, click here to find your call recording access number.

When it asks you for the code followed by the # sign, enter: 583448#

Then it will ask you to enter the number of the call you wish to hear.  Enter 1 for Class 1, or 2 for Class 2, etc.

If you have trouble with any of this, PLEASE email me at Don’t suffer in silence! I get an email every time someone calls the conference call number, and it drives me bonkers when I see someone try three times in a row for 1 minute each. I will be happy to help you!

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