Podcast to the Second Power

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Book promotions aside, the dust settles after a variety of ventures in that area. Finding a new niche wasn’t difficult at all. The podcasting bug has bitten me and I’m leveling up my game in that area. New mic, purchased! Second new mic, purchased! New content, researched! One voice message received and I’m elated. This new seat feels comfortable. Why don’t you come join me for the ride?

I entitle the podcast, “Tee’s Talk Time.” It’s available on many platforms for your listening pleasure. Discussion of day-to-day life and life after retirement can provide a wealth of information to listeners. Some broadcasts will be about preparing for retirement while working. Send questions, comments, and suggestions in a variety of ways. Direct messages to my social media, linking to the broadcasts via a link sent while I’m podcasting or signing in to leave a voice message on Anchor are all ways to keep the conversation going.

The children’s book has taken on a life of its own and is selling via networking, the word of mouth, and a book signing event. This frees up time for readying my next book, app building, and yes you guessed it podcasting. Wish me luck and come join the conversation.

Social Media Newbie

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Lately, I’ve been learning how to create a social media presence. Therefore, I could not blog. I’ve only got my Twitter and Pinterest pages up and running so far, though. Then I had to research how to connect both to my blog. This has not been an easy task, and I’m still unsure if they connect correctly to my book review page. Now I have Twitter and Pinterest and don’t know what to pin or tweet. I know you all are laughing at me as I try to take on these new-fangled ways of communicating. But I won’t let this challenge defeat me. I will prevail slowly but surely. Again, wish me luck!