LESSONS LEARNED: People move when shit gets real. Pin a mic on. Let it happen.

During my interview with Fred Toye, which you can get HERE on iTunes, HERE on Stitcher, orDownload HERE , I learned something important about people and podcasting. Continue reading

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Lessons: Decide, Hustle, Have Faith

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When I started this podcast, I decided that there were a few people I really should interview.  So what if I didn’t know them or have any idea how to reach them… All of those details are temporary circumstances – none of it erases intention.  True, some people are really hard to contact.  Does that stop me from trying?  No.  Continue reading

Lessons: Slow Readers Interviewing Authors

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I just had my sixth interview with a really funny author.  More about him later.  Lesson learned about interviewing authors — it takes me a lot of TIME to read their books before the interview.  So, unless I get an intern to read a bunch of books for me and tell me what they are about, I can’t interview too many authors in too short a span of time.  Unless they write really short books or picture books.  Then I could probably handle it.