Web Talk Radio — Do You Listen In?

creative-possibility-wt-radio If you like the “behind the scenes” scoop on how people get from A to B, then you may like this recent web talk radio show where Shannon Bush of Creative Possibility and I chatted about blogging, finding support, and being yourself.

Click here to listen in: http://webtalkradio.net/internet-talk-radio/2012/12/24/creative-possibility-the-limitless-life-michelle-shaeffer/

And you can connect with Shannon at http://creativepossibility.com.au

I’m curious!  Do you listen to any particular WebTalkRadio Shows, BlogTalkRadio Shows, or Podcasts?  What are your favorites?

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6 Comments

  1. Hi Michelle,

    Great interview, especially learning about your growth in confidence. It’s been a pleasure to see you stepping out more and more over the years.

    Thanks for introducing me to this new show. I spent 4 years on my own show, Color Your Life Happy at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/florabrown . Right now I’m revamping it to better reflect my current focus on helping coaches and entrepreneurs increase credibility by getting their books written.

    Congratulations on getting exposure on this show
    Flora Morris Brown, Ph.D. recently posted… Here’s A Chance to Be in My Next BookMy Profile

    1. Thanks for listening in Flora (and for having me as a guest on your show, too!). :)

  2. Oooh some many podcasts I wrote a post about five of my faves here: http://www.betterbusinessbetterlife.com.au/podcasts-to-blast-you-into-the-stratosphere/
    And I’ll definitely be listening to Shannon’s in the future!
    Cheers, Caylie
    Caylie Price, Better Business Better Life recently posted… Don’t Burn Your Books!My Profile

    1. Cool – thanks for sharing those, Caylie!

  3. Michelle, just listened in, was great to hear. I’ve listened in the past to blog talk radio. Podcasts are great especially if you are doing things that allows you to get on with other things while you listen. Looking forward to hearing more from you.

    1. Yes, it’s a great way to learn while traveling or doing other tasks. Thanks for listening in, Amanda. :)

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