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Down to earth podcast that will help you improve your life through being smarter and more direct in how you live it. Real world advice from Boston based author, entrepreneur and self made man C.C. Chapman

Managing the Gray C.C. Chapman

    • Self-Help
    • 4.6, 36 Ratings

Down to earth podcast that will help you improve your life through being smarter and more direct in how you live it. Real world advice from Boston based author, entrepreneur and self made man C.C. Chapman

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
36 Ratings
36 Ratings
Br1aN M ,

Eh

Not sure if I listened to the wrong episodes or not. But I don't know if this really deserves the high reviews it gets.
The good? There's good energy and plenty of buzzwords for easily motivate people
The bad? This guy talks about himself A LOT and it doesn't seem too topical.
It seems like he is busy just marketing himself and his own lifestyle (if that's the point of the podcast then that's cool I guess)
And it seems as if he isn't speaking to the listener, it's more like rambling on as if there is someone there in the room and he is waiting for a response and since there's not a second person there it's awkward
The rest? I downloaded the podcast because they are short and easy to listen to, however if these episodes were trimmed down to the necessary information or promised information by title the episodes would only be a couple minutes long.
There is good information and advice in a few of the episodes so I can't complain too much.
However this doesn't feel like its geared for what I am personally looking for.

Elizabeth_N ,

He gets it/He knows how to explain it

I enjoy listening to CC when I get a free second. He always provides food for thought even if its something I have been at for months! He still makes me think out of the box!

alantakushi ,

CC says it all

Great advice spoken with a caring, genuine voice. He has a wealth of knowledge to share within this new age of social/digital media. If you haven't yet, subscribe to the Media Hacks podcast as well. It's like a roundtable discussion with the pantheons of social media (CC included). Thanks and cheers!

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