I’ve spent the last several months pondering what I wanted to do next. I’ve spent a couple of years now just focusing intensely on my clients and their needs, and realized it was time to do something of my own again in 2017.
When I thought back on what I’ve done that was successful and that I enjoyed, I realized that I actually enjoyed the Guinness World Record-breaking webcast. I liked being on camera and I liked connecting with so many great, smart folks, in that event.
Then I realized I really missed talking with all of the phenomenal, interesting, and intelligent authors I used to interview on my podcast, “Business in Blue Jeans Radio.” But I didn’t want to do another podcast. At least, not just an audio podcast. I wanted more.
Plus, the world has changed. Most of us just don’t have time for an hour-long podcast.
What do we have time for? Two questions.
And that’s what I decided to do – to forego the small talk and the filler and to jump right into the meat. Sometimes I’ll interview authors – and I’ll assume you’ve read the book or seen another show where they tell you all about it. But that’s not what we’re doing in this show. I’m picking out two points or themes and asking the authors about just those topics.
And sometimes I’ll interview experts- people who know a lot about a subject and are extremely successful in that area. I’ll ask them about specific things I’ve noticed about them, and hopefully we’ll all learn something from that.
There will be times when I do a show where I’m the expert and I’ll address a topic – but just two questions for me, too!
Now and then I’ll do a “behind the scenes” show where I’ll talk about how the show is going, just to give you background info.
So that’s the scoop! 2Questions.TV is going live in 3…2…1…
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