February 2: Gayl Murphy, Hollywood correspondent and interview expert, cuts to the chase with useful tips on how to attract and maximize talking to the media for your business. Gayl is the author of “How to Survive the Media without Getting Clobbered.” She has years of experience as a reporter, speaker, and coach helping people deliver their story in a way that captures the imaginations of others. Hang on to your pen during this fast-paced interview filled with great ideas and compelling stories.
February 9: Omniopolis founder Bryan Pullman explains this new opportunity to access all the news in your community (no matter how big or small) and market your business in a unique way allowing you complete control to whom and how your message is delivered. Omniopolis is a bevy of resources including private branded radio and truLlocal classifieds. Bryan will spend some time explaining how TruLocal takes on-line classifieds to a new level beyond anything on the web to date.
February 16: He sings for your supper and cooks the meal, too. Enjoy this enchanting interview with Louis Dean, Des Moines, Iowa’s Singing Gourmet. Gather ideas for how to create a unique and memorable meal in your home, and listen to the inspiring stories that Louis shares about making a difference in the lives of others. This show is food for the entrepreneurial soul. Consider how you can incorporate your personal passions and talents into a business that represents your values.
February 23: Doug Lipman of Story Dynamics takes us on a journey of his 30-plus years of experience in business as a storyteller coach and performer. In this interview, he moves naturally from one story to the next, providing insights on how to convey your story effectively. Of note, I particularly loved Doug’s philosophy on marketing, what it is and how to do it. I came away with a sense of enthusiasm about “the big M” rather than my usual dread. Thanks Doug. Enjoy.
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