We all drive a bus. People can choose whether to ride the bus you are driving. Where do you take the people who get on board?
It's so early in the game, I haven't even heard myself explain my new business to people. My own ears heard my schpiel for the first time in Yoncalla on Thursday.
I found so much optimism and support at a twice-yearly economic gathering, I thought I would share what happened.
What's easier to ask for? Permission or forgiveness? From a PR point of view, it's an easy call.
One of those 'lightning bolt' moments struck me from an unexpected - not even first hand - source.
The first episode of Be Positive has had the most listens, but it doesn't have ALL the content I was hoping to include. Here are some nuggets from my interview with Tim Allen.
It seems to me that the attitude of Roseburg business people is shifting. I think I know why...
I have started something new.
Because it seems like I have this itch to build something.
I like having a project on the side that I can see grow.
In addition to getting more serious about helping business owners market their products, I have also launched a Podcast called Be Positive.
I am excited about this project because I don't hear much positive stuff in the mainstream media. Here is the link to the first episode: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/pilot-episode/id981775998?i=338972024&mt=2
It's probably not going to change the world, but the people that I talk to on the show are capable of inspiring others to be more positive.