Podcast Episode 1: Making Change
Well, I’ve threatened to do this for quite some time, and now it’s finally happened. As of today I’m starting a podcast on my blog. So for those of you who are too busy to read my blog (which I totally understand, by the way, since I’m too busy to read half the blogs to which I subscribe), you can now download the podcasts of my blogs from iTunes (starting about three days from now) and listen to them when you’re in sitting in traffic or supposed to be paying attention during the preflight instructions. (Because if you don’t know how to buckle a seatbelt or where the emergency exits are by now, well, then let’s face it, maybe you should just let natural selection takes its course.)
To get this train rolling down the track, I’ll podcast some of my more popular previous blog posts and stand-up humor, starting with Making Change, which originally posted here on March 25, 2014. (I’ll also podcast new, original posts from here on out.) I picked Making Change as my freshman effort because I presented it as a speech at this week’s Park City Toastmasters meeting, and won Best Speaker that day as a result. So I figured it was a decent way to roll out the new podcast portion of my blog.
Making Change (To My Blog) in Short Increments
I’ll strive to limit each blog to five to seven minutes, but can’t promise anything if I get on a roll. And for those of you who don’t know me personally, or have never met me or seen me on TV or YouTube, I assure you that’s me you hear yakking away in these podcasts.
So without further adieu, click on the media player bar at the very top of this post to listen to Podcast Episode 1: Making Change. And be sure to let me know what you think.
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Stacy Dymalski is an award winning keynote speaker and stand-up comic who gave up the glamorous life of coach travel, smokey comedy clubs, and heckling drunks for the glamourous life of raising kids (who happen to be bigger hecklers than the drunks). This blog is her new stage. For more of Stacy’s comedy check out her book Confessions of a Band Geek Mom available in bookstores and on Amazon in paperback and Kindle.