Two Sides of the Microphone

Certainly, not everyone may be cut out to be in front of the mic but being behind it as a guest can be as equally rewarding. Just like there are two sides to every story, there are also two sides to a microphone. One side is for the interviewer. The other is for the guest.

Choosing to use internet radio or YouTube as one of your marketing/PR components is only valuable if you are sincere about your efforts. It won’t work if you really don’t want to do it or see it as an opportunity to make a quick buck. It is a learning and growing process and not for the faint at heart.

 Once you decide which side of the mic works best for you, then we can discuss strategies to make it your time to shine!

Please join me for my upcoming workshop:  Gimme The Mic! on Thursday, March 10 at The Center for Excellence in Raleigh, NC.  You can pre-register here:  Gimme The Mic!

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One Response to Two Sides of the Microphone

  1. I think I’m better being asked questions than the other way around, which is why I love having the opportunity to be interviewed. I figure that will also help me spread influence long term, as opposed to being a talking head.
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