Arlene Schindler is an author and speaker sharing humorous tales of women’s secrets and desires. The book we are discussing during this interview is, “Stand Up and Heartbreak: A Comic and a Sex Addict Walk into a Marriage...” Arlene originated the comedy column for The New York Post, writing reviews and profiles of comedians appearing in New York City. It was the first of its kind in the country, helping spur comedy’s greatest gro... Read more
For HumorOutcasts.com this episode is an interview with Barbara Hammond who is the author of, “daddy DU JOUR – A revolving door of step-fathers, bad parenting, and happily ever afters.” As the subtitle of the book indicates, the subject matter of “daddy DU JOUR” is also varied. It chronicles the impact of various home dynamics in relation to the childhood and life of Barbara. Her story is a journey of overcoming life’s obstacles ... Read more
I was very happy to have an opportunity to interview Brian Kiley for HumorOutcasts. His new book is titled, “Maybe Kevin” and is available now on Amazon. Brian has an extensive resume including being an Emmy Award winning writer for the Conan O’Brien Show. During this episode we talked a little bit about his work with Conan as well as some of his tricks of the trade regarding his writing process.
This update discusses the use of terminology within the politically correct climate and when, at times, the softening of certain terms and phrases might actually work against those individuals who are being referenced by those terms.
This podcast talks about some simple marketing suggestions for LinkedIn.
This flash briefing is with Perry Block the author of, "Nouveau Old, Formerly Cute."
This episode discusses how delivering disappointing news to a customer should be handled.
This episode is a commentary about certain aspects of business relationships.
This update and flash-briefing talks about the benefits of being interviewed.
This podcast is an interview with Jim Saunders who is the author of, “Animal Dances.” “Animal Dances” is a World War I historical fiction novel which combines extensive research of WWI along with eyewitness accounts documented in letters to form a backdrop for the fictionalized story of, “Harry.” The story follows Harry as he is caught up in the events of conflict while he longs for his former more carefree time back at home danci... Read more
In this episode the host talks about his recent experience of starting to do work for a non-profit organization and how doing so has enhanced his overall career path.
This Monday Update covers five basic things to avoid doing as part of your overall social media marketing strategy.
This update and flash briefing talks about the relationship between radio and broadcast media with that of online marketing strategies.
This episode talks about the concept that similar experiences in life do not always translate into a mutual understanding of how those occurrences may impact different individuals.
This episode talks about, with a sense of humor, certain similar dynamics of a job interview and a first date.
This episode talks about some upcoming projects and a social media marketing fail.
This brief podcast and flash briefing conducts some shout outs and then moves on to commentaries about how message boards should be used and the glut of motivational videos on social media.
This update and flash briefing talks about a recent project, does some shout outs and has a commentary as to what the term "skeptic" means to the host.
This podcast is an interview with Lindsay K. Boucher and Lauren M. Widner who are the authors of, “Elle and Eleanor Across the Pond” which is available on Amazon.
This brief episode and flash briefing talks about the upcoming holiday schedule and three predictions for the next year to eighteen months.