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Monday’s guest, John Lee Dumas, provides the spark for today’s show topic. It is a good one! If you have ever thought about starting something, you NEED this episode.
John Lee Dumas, and his remarkable daily business podcast, can be found at Entrepreneur On Fire.
But with this episode, I mark the first major changes to the show. I am bringing in a new intro and outro, featuring the phenomenal voiceover work of Matt Young. And this is the first “Trevitorial”. My wife says that I am a gifted and natural speaker. (Okay, that’s not exactly the words she uses, but I am sure that is what she means!) Her term for what I do (all too often) is that I “give a Trevitorial.” It is a combination of my thoughts, opinions, ideas and suggestions, but grounded in some rational and reasonable theories and common sense beliefs.
It is me, climbing on a soap box, for all to here. But…and this is important…I have a purpose for my Trevitorial. I don’t ramble. I speak to a single topic, and as before, it will usually be a lesson that a previous guest brought up in their interview.
I hope you find these shows to be information, energetic and fun. With these shows, I am giving you a chance to see the real me. I mention in the show that my “booster” shows were “overthought” and “hesitant.” I was trying to be diplomatic and keep all people happy. But that doesn’t work. For this show to work, I need two things. I need dxciting and informative guests on Monday, where I let them carry the show on the power of their voice. And I need Thursdays to be where I take the reins and let me share myself with you. Because I will share my successes and challenges in these shows. I have had great successes, but, wow, I have paid the penalty of hesitation and fear in the past. I don’t want you to do what I did!
Voiceover courtesy of Matt Young. Matt is a professional voiceover artist. If you have any need of voiceover work, for your podcast, radio spot, or whatever, you can reach Matt by a variety of methods.
He is on LinkedIn. On Twitter. And Google+. And you can read his really nice, contemplative blog.
Music by Jason Shaw, courtesy of Audionautix.com