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Posted by on Jun 10, 2009

I consider myself lucky to have the friends that I do. Sometimes it leads to some pretty nice stuff, I must say.

Of course y’all already know about my newspaper appearance. What many of you may not know is that I just had my second live online interview last night with Beverly Mahone of BAM Enterprises.

The first interview was back in January on the general topic of reinventing oneself, something I’ve become a master at. If you’d like to listen to that hour long interview, you can download the MP3 here.

Last night’s topic was something different. It was on social media and SEO for websites and/or blogs. We talked about all sorts of things, and it was another hour that went by way too fast. It always feels good when you can present some of your knowledge to a new audience, and they’re really interested in it. If you’re interested in listening to that one, you can download that MP3 here.

Truthfully, I’ve said a lot of those same things on this blog, but there’s a lot I have never covered here, which means I’ll have lots more to talk about; you poor folks! Hey, at least we have another relatively short post here. ๐Ÿ™‚

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John Dilbeck:

Good morning, Mitch.

Congratulations on all the additional exposure you’ve been getting lately. I think it’s well-deserved.

This is one of those times when I really don’t like dial-up access. With fast broadband, I could just listen to your interview. Now, I’m in the process of downloading it, and it’s going to take some time.

I think it’s going to be worth it, however. I’m looking forward to hearing what you have to say, and actually hearing how you sound when you say it.

Act on your dream!


June 10th, 2009 | 9:46 AM

Thanks for downloading the file, John, and I’ll be interested in hearing your perspective of it after you’ve listened to it. I think Beverly is a great interviewer and she’s easy to talk to.

June 10th, 2009 | 10:52 AM

That’s you? Man, I loved hearing your voice, but where is the American Accent? Great interview mate, but she sure waffled on some before she got to introduce you. Still, it’s all forgotten once the interview got on it’s way.

“Every Day Is a New Day To Start Again”, is a great way to look at life. I reckon that’s a great way to look at life. Leave the old day behind, especially if it didn’t go so well and concentrate on what opportunities lies ahead.
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June 11th, 2009 | 4:43 AM

Thanks, Sire. And which American accent were you looking for? I’ve lived in many places, so any accent I have is probably blended, except when I get tired, and then I take on a Southern accent like my mother and grandmother. ๐Ÿ™‚

June 11th, 2009 | 7:44 AM

Congratulation for the interview Mitch
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June 11th, 2009 | 6:26 AM

Thanks Rick.

June 11th, 2009 | 7:44 AM
John Dilbeck:

Good evening, Mitch.

It took a few hours to download, but was worth every minute!

I really enjoyed listening to your interview. You didn’t sound like I expected, but most people don’t. You were engaging, friendly and it sounds like you had to think fast a couple of times.

Beverly asked some good questions, and I think you may have surprised her with some of your answers. I’m sure her regular listeners learned a few things.

Now, I may have a face made for radio, but I have a voice made for typing! ๐Ÿ˜‰

You, on the other hand, have both the voice and personality for these types of interviews.

Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed it.

Act on your dream!


June 11th, 2009 | 10:48 PM

Thanks John. One never knows where an interviewer is going to take you, so you’d best be ready to think of things on the fly. I got a lot of people who wrote me on Twitter about things from that conversation; kind of stunned since I wasn’t sure how many people were actually listening in.

I do throw people with my voice; I don’t have any real dialect, probably from moving around a lot, even after being in central New York for over 30 years; heck, I’m not sure the people here have a native dialect.

Glad you enjoyed the interview; let’s hope there’s many more, and I’m talking about more big time successes.

June 12th, 2009 | 11:49 AM
Deneil Merritt:

Congratz on another interview. Keep it up man you on fire. lol.
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June 14th, 2009 | 7:46 AM

Thanks Deneil; maybe I’ll make it as an underground success.

June 14th, 2009 | 9:15 AM
Deneil Merritt:

You welcome, that would be awesome.
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June 15th, 2009 | 4:56 PM
Tom Gurney:

I will check your mp3 for social networks and am sure i will find a couple of new things to learn. Where do you go to keep your knowledge up to date? It must be cool to do these interviews to an enthusiastic audience.
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July 4th, 2009 | 10:14 PM

It is fun, Tom; I have to admit that. As for where I get my knowledge, a lot of it was trial and error, but some of it is from the wealth of reading I do. I follow a lot of blogs, do a lot of research for different reasons, and luckily I speed read. Still, there’s plenty I don’t know how to do; just not enough time to try it all.

July 4th, 2009 | 11:00 PM