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yesterday. You’ll benefit from this information about
learning how to podcast.
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WINNING WORDS AND WAYS
Newsletter from Bill Lampton, Ph.D.
Communication Consultant, Speech Coach,
Video Trainer, and Radio Host
“Helping You Finish in First Place!”
THIS BOOK TEACHES THE PODCAST BASICS
When I wanted to learn the basics of podcasting, I followed
“Internet Audio Guy” Mike Stewart’s recommendation
and read Paul Colligan’s book, How to Podcast 2015.
I encourage you to watch my video review:
LISTEN TO MY NEW PODCASTS WITH AWARD
WINNING BROADCASTER BOB NEAL
A couple of days after we read Paul Colligan’s book, Bob Neal–
a dynamic broadcaster respected internationally–and I launched
our own podcast. Our purpose: to give you “Strategies for
winning in business and in life.”
Note: Our podcasts appear under the same title as this
newsletter: “Winning Words and Ways.” Bob and I agreed that
this title describes both our content and our intent.
You’ll find our podcast on this Web site:
We will keep each podcast quite brief–packing
our best advice into short segments.
Subscribers will receive each new weekly podcast
Bill Lampton, Ph.D.
I am eager to talk with you about the communication problems
you face both individually and with your organization. Call
me, so we can determine how my services will benefit you.
And. . .as you saw on the podcast Web site, Bob Neal
is available to team with me to help you “finish in first place”!
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, Winning Words and Ways
Widely respected sportscaster Bob Neal added another honor to his impressive credentials when his alma mater, Northern Illinois University, awarded him the Distinguished Alumnus Award for Journalism, named after Dr. Donald Grubb, founder of the NIU journalism program 55 years ago. Neal remembers his professor very fondly.
Also in the photo: Dr. Grubb’s widow Ruby, and daughters Karen and Virginia.
A humorous note: During the awards, Bob displayed a paper he had written for Dr. Grubb that prompted a grade of F–because of misspellings. Bob said that just wasn’t allowed in print journalism, and the failing grade taught him a valuable lesson for his career.
MORE ABOUT BOB NEAL’S STERLING CAREER
For more information about Bob Neal, check the Pinnacle Seeker’s page on my Web site:
RADIO SHOW CO-HOSTS
Bob and I are co-hosting an Internet radio show. We’ll keep you updated on the start date, and how to access our podcasts. The show’s title:“Winning Words and Ways.”
RESPOND WITH YOUR COMMENTS
Bob and I will welcome your comments. Go to the end of the blog entry in the section below and click NO COMMENTS if none have been made, or if comments have been made click 1 comment, 2 comments, or whatever the comments button says. The comments section will appear.
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