In this podcast, I offer up what has my attention as a podcast producer; in podcasting of course, music, critical thinking, emotional intelligence, and the conversations I have with others about these topics.
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Birth of “The Lagoonatics” podcast
My guests on this episode have got my attention for several good reasons:
I admire the environmental work they do in promoting the restoration and preservation of a natural resource in my own community of Carlsbad, California. And I’m eager to help them succeed in their mission by starting a podcast about specific aspects of the ecosystem and their role in it, like their Monarch butterfly program.
Lisa Rodman is the CEO and Samantha Richter is the COO of the Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation.
Makeala Ferguson: Coaching and Consulting with Passion, Compassion, Humor, and Style
Makeala has almost 16 years of experience at the secondary (7 years) and post-secondary education (9 years) levels, and has successfully taught personal and professional development courses, advised high school students and adult learners, and managed general education faculty. She is currently The Pacific Institute campus trainer for faculty, staff, and students - which consists of helping people identify how their habits, attitudes, beliefs, and expectations impact performance.
Flashback Friday: BuDDy’s Old Fashioned Podcast, A Glamourous Guest
BuDDy “rings in” the program with some prayer chimes thoughtfully supplied by Ms. Steph, which are sure to become a regular feature of the program until BuDDy tires of them.
After letting BuDDY rattle on for a few minutes about something or other, Mr. Be announces the installation of a Listener Comment Line for BuDDy’s Old Fashioned Podcast!
Before they try it out, Mr. Be introduces a surprise guest, the lovely actress, and video editor Kate VanDevender of Albuquerque and New York City.
Dave Herndon: How to Tell Your Story
If you want to be a better writer, this episode is for you.
My guest Dave Herndon is an accomplished non-fiction editor and writer, with nearly 40 years of experience at quality newspapers and magazines. We asked him for a few writing tips, which turn out to be good advice for delivering information and storytelling regardless of medium or platform. Dave stresses the importance of outlines, so here’s a somewhat shrunken version of his outline.
Mel Robertson: Dare To Thrive
I first met Mel Robertson from De-Cluttering Spaces at a networking mixer in 2016. After experiencing her clarity, obvious presence and knowledge of the subject, I brought her on Alternative Health Tools podcast April 5, 2016 for episode 44, Mel Robertson: De-Cluttering Spaces And Becoming A Happiness Seeking Missile. This episode continues to be one of the top 3 episodes on that podcast since 2014.
Today I’m talking with Karen Berzanski a Certified Life Coach, Pro EFT Tapping Coach, Mindset enthusiast, and trauma thriver. We’re joined by Stephanie Murphy an Art Therapist and Art Therapy Supervisor.
What Is Misogyny? Misogyny: hatred of women - ref. Random House Unabridged Edition of the entire English language (print).
All three of us have wanted to have a conversation about “misogyny.” Here it is. By the end of this episode, it was apparent there was more to talk about - in upcoming episode
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Dave Herndon was amazing
What a fascination episode with Dave Herndon! The stories were so compelling I’ve listened to it twice. I’m glad Mr. Herndon had your attention!
Loved this - Dave is amazingly talented he created our first online magazine “Uncharted” which was astounding.
How to Tell Your Story
John Biethan really knows how to produce podcasts. He made me sound alright! Thanks, John