I am not an expert on social media, branding or programming media properties.. I think that anyone who says they’re an ‘expert’ either on their business cards or in their LinkedIn profile are not acknowledging that learning is a journey. To say one is an expert is to state you know all about the subject. I am always learning and growing and never feel that I can know all there is to know about one subject. I was a programmer of radio stations, I consult small businesses and individuals with their branding, but I am always learning. I learn from my surroundings, I am a viewer, listener and a reader. Since I started in radio when I was 11 I always tried to sit in every department learning, even if just for an afternoon. I wanted to see what made that department work, I just wanted to learn.
Yes, I was a programmer at various radio stations for over 10 years of my life, have been on-air for over 3/4 of my life in markets as big as NYC and moved into digital 6 years ago. I grew in my position by learning, using common sense and my experiences. The advice or direction that I offer in the following posts come from that…common sense and my experiences. I am someone who sees things the way I see them and offers advice or guidance based on that. If I am able to help small businesses correct issues that could be hindering growth, or give advice to air-talent that could help them fix small issues that could make them into superstars then I have done all I could ask for.
I have a lot of experiences and knowledge that some may not have and I hope I can help someone. Take what you will from this site and these posts, add to them if you’d like by commenting. Please ask questions where you see fit. I don’t know it all but I hope whatever I do know, I can help you achieve whatever it is you attain.
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