This is another in my new series of posts where I share my most recent podcast, radio show, or Lord willing television show appearance. The point is to draw attention to the interview and the host’s website so future guests will also benefit.
I grew up on a carnival midway, so the idea of a side show barker calling people in to see the latest weird and unusual attraction seemed to call to me. Thus the name for these posts.
So, this week I want you to get your free ticket and join me live on the inside at Annette Rochelle’s show Tell Me A Story.
I should mention that when I agreed to do her show I wondered if there were any stories I could tell that wouldn’t get me or someone I know into trouble. I didn’t come up with any by the time of this interview. But doing it did get me started thinking which lead to sharing a couple of favorite memories in my most recent post.
I want to thank Annette for helping me by stirring up my thoughts. I also want to thank her for the comment I received from her afterwards. I hope its okay with her to share it here.
As many people who strive to help others through writing, coaching, speaking, etc; I wonder if I’m actually doing any good. Sometimes, I even wonder if I am on the right path. So, comments like this one from her really help to keep me going.
You have many stories to tell and I am convinced that working with others is something you were born to do!
Annette Rochelle is a communicator, writer, artist, mentor, and muse. Over the years she has had the honor of writing for magazines, newspapers, television, radio and theatre as well as having published her own books. Careers in music and theatre have added color and dimension to her varied communication talents. The broadcasting path opened in the mid-1980s while Annette Rochelle was attending the prestigious Specs Howard School of Media Arts in Southfield, MI.
These days she hosts several internet radio programs which include Attitude of Gratitude, Wisdom of Success, Tell Me a Story and Shift. The digital magazine The Magic Happens boasts her writing as well as employs her to edit their monthly publication. In addition to her self-published works, Perspective, it’s all about replacing one thought with another and Choose, which you can find on Amazon, she has contributed chapters to 2 International Best-Sellers as well as having done the layout and editing for books for several other authors. There are always new projects in the works for Annette Rochelle and the links can be found on her web/blog site http://www.annetterochelleaben.wordpress.com
Listen to the show
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The show lasts about 30 minutes, and I must confess that I may have put too much pressure on myself in regards to the amount of time available. As many of you know brevity is not something I’m on real good terms with. 🙂 I seem to do better the longer a show goes. But I did share some good stuff here and think you will come away invigorated and inspired.
Sharing is caring
I hope you have time to listen to the show. But whether you listen or not, I would appreciate your sharing the links. It may be that you don’t personally need to hear the message, but I’ll bet you know someone who does. You may want to save it for later listening. And another way you could share is to visit her itunes account and leave a review or rating. The best way for me or anyone else to get more opportunities like this is to prove I can deliver an audience. So, please help me by sending this to your friends and family and posting on social media.
If you have questions for me or Annette, you can leave them in the comments here or on the show page. Or you can email either of us directly. We are both the kind of people who want to help others where we can. I look forward to hearing from you.
Until next time thank you, God bless you, and take care out there, Max