You may think you know where I’m going with this post about audio products, exercise and priorities. You might be right, but I bet you’re not. Let’s see who wins!
In a moment of clarity this morning, I noticed my surroundings as I parked to go to the gym. The gym is in a suburban strip mall in a space previously occupied by a grocery store, and at the front of the parking lot is a fast-food place that features a large, yellow, double-humped iconic logo. You know the one I mean! Continue reading Audio Products, Exercise and Priorities
Time. Who has enough of that? Multi-tasking has become second nature for many people, which is great news for writers, speakers, trainers and coaches who offer audio products. Multi-tasking professionals use audio products as a way to learn while accomplishing something else: travel, exercise, chores, etc.
Do you have travel plans this summer? I’m about to go for a drive, from the Atlanta area to the Memphis area. And you can bet I’ll be taking along an audio book, plus audio products I’ve purchased from speakers so I can learn as I drive.
Do you work with a business coach? I do, and don’t know what I’d do without her. She keeps me focused and she keeps me accountable. She’s available to brainstorm solutions to the obstacles that get in the way of every growing business. And she keeps me pointed in the direction of success.
As we approach Father’s Day, I want to acknowledge Dad and share a story with you.
From the time I was a little girl – we’re talking 5 years old – I heard one phrase a lot: “Sandy, don’t monopolize the conversation.” Both Mom and Dad had to haul it out often when we had company. Apparently I was born talking!
When I was nine, I landed my first part in a play. It was a singing part and I really wanted a speaking part. Over the next seven years, I landed lots of speaking parts in lots of other plays. Continue reading Talking for a Living
If you’ve been speaking or running training seminars for any length of time, you probably have a pretty good collection of audio. In this article, we’ll talk about three things you can do to turn your recordings into products.