6 episodes

So many of us put our nose to the grindstone, exercise grit & sweat to produce a product, service, event or dream every day. We often take for granted "our process - our vision" & forget the value it can add for others to know

You Assumed Chris Wachowiak

    • Business

So many of us put our nose to the grindstone, exercise grit & sweat to produce a product, service, event or dream every day. We often take for granted "our process - our vision" & forget the value it can add for others to know

    The Hook… it's essential to catching the story and your audience...

    The Hook… it's essential to catching the story and your audience...

    In storytelling, the hook needs captivate and command your readers to strike at the bait to learn or hear a whale of a tail... This is something our guest in episode six of You Assume, Pablo Korona of Our City, Our Story, knows intimately.

    17 year journey of dirty dishes to owning Octane, and those dishes!

    17 year journey of dirty dishes to owning Octane, and those dishes!

    In this episode of You Assumed I talk with Patrick Alberto the new peer (previously the longtime employee) of Octane. Patrick shares his story and experience from dishwasher to so-chef to Head Chef/Owner and the path traveled over years with an unwavering idea to own his own business and play by the rules he always believed and now “doing it” by putting his money where his heart was.

    Your past can offer fuel to ignite you or burn you, Your Choice is the difference

    Your past can offer fuel to ignite you or burn you, Your Choice is the difference

    If you think of some of your favorite success stories or failure stories you can remember “times of hardship.” Circumstances - Situations which at moment you are in them, might seem out of control for the person living them, and the younger they are, the harder it is to understand “did this happen to me or for me”. The biggest difference between a success story or a failure story is “attitude.”

    Commitment to Content Featuring Bill Petrie

    Commitment to Content Featuring Bill Petrie

    Putting passion and dedication into everything you do isn’t just good advice, it’s a necessity in the promotional and branding world.

    On the third episode of the You Assumed podcast, Chris Wachowiak and Sean Nofsinger discuss commitment to content, dedication, quality and purpose with promotional guru, Bill Petrie of PromoCorner. We take a deep dive into the promotional world and what it takes to break out of the comfort zone and stay dedicated to the craft. We also discuss a beginner’s point of view, why someone would get involved with promo, and the rewards it can bring.

    Bill Petrie is the mastermind behind PromoCorner and a grizzled veteran podcaster. His five star podcast has over 170 episodes. His thought-provoking and cutting edge content in the field is nothing short of inspirational.

    We cannot recommend enough that you check out Bill Petrie’s work at the PromoCorner website and check out his podcast, unScripted!

    • 44 min
    Rocktek Giving an Opportunity to Develop Our Podcasting Process

    Rocktek Giving an Opportunity to Develop Our Podcasting Process

    The process to “create content” is definitely a journey, and as the old saying goes, “The journey of a million miles starts with a single step.” This is our second episode of “You Assumed” featuring an amazing ambassador to Rocktek Workspace, Rachel Pierce Sanders.

    The Origin Story to You Assumed, and Experiencing Continuing Education

    The Origin Story to You Assumed, and Experiencing Continuing Education

    So many of us put our nose to the grindstone, exercise grit & sweat to produce a product, service, event or dream every day. We often take for granted "our process - our vision" & forget the value it can add for others to know.

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AndyWhorehall ,

One On One

Chris is a pure conversationalist, always seeking truths and asking questions to learn and share. Everyone has a story and Chris manages to mesh life and career experiences, for himself and those from a true working class community here in the midwest, to tell personal stories that would otherwise go unheard.

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