Kristi Lee brings in Dr. Will for a frank discussion on Kristi’s new situation. They talk about life after a big change. Kristi’s transition from the Bob and Tom Show into her next challenge.

When the episode was recorded, Kristi had just begun the realization that the life she knew was changing. It was exciting, scary, intimidating, and more. This was her moment to truly find her voice.


  • Amy says:

    This was soooo good!
    I myself retired in 2013, after 32+ years of working in a hospital and had a 50 min commute. I listened to the Bob & Tom Show EVERY MORNING since they started in 1983, so all of you were like family to me! I am one year older than you, so I’ve always related to you. I have missed your show since I retired, (but not enough to get up early and turn the radio on!) and am secretly glad you and Bob are gone, because that means I’m not missing much anymore. You four had wonderful chemistry and cracked me up every morning.
    Great job and you are a winner for relating to people on such a HUMAN level about your new choice and journey. It’s endearing.

  • Karen says:

    I am so glad that you started this podcast. I didn’t realize how much I missed your voice. Long time fan and so happy you have decided to share your thoughts with us. And loved the podcast with Bob. I hope he continues to be a regular guest. The best of luck to you and I will spread the word.

  • Tammy Geertz says:

    Happy tears listening to your first podcast Kristi! Talk about the 5 stages of grief when the realization you were not
    present on B & T – I was Googling all over the place. I felt that I’d lost my best friend. Thank you for expressing your honesty on how
    it was for you. To have Dr. Will in your wheelhouse, WOW! He is…just so intuitive and healing to listen to.

    Welcome back, we have all missed America’s Sweetheart – Soar Kristi Soar!

  • Shanda says:

    Long time listener (started in August of 1995 in Fresno, CA while I was working the early morning shift at UPS). Moved to San Luis Obispo in 1997 and lost my connection to the show for a couple of years, but then they found their way here. I loved you all, but in November 2015, I really started getting bothered by the Thomas Interruptus stuff. I started wondering if you had left the room altogether sometimes because it was so noticeably rude. I knew Bob was officially retiring in December and that vacations for the group would follow, but I missed his final show. I tuned back in during January and was like, “Oh. Kristi’s still on vacation and they got Pat to fill in for her. That’s a nice nostalgic move.” As your absence continued on for a couple of weeks I decided to investigate on the web and saw the news. Then I listened to Chick’s podcast, saw Bob’s tweet and your tweets and just thought: Wow…the balls on this woman absolutely inspire me! I am so happy for you to move forward. I applaud everyone for being so professional and hope I can do the same when I need to!

  • Angela says:

    I accidentally found this. So excited to hear what you’re doing. I haven’t even listened yet, just excited to find you! Best of luck in this exciting future!

  • Mike Parker says:

    What a great interview with Dr Will. Kristi the podcasts are so nice to listen to as we can really get to know everyone. Thank you again for doing them.

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