I usually turn down allot of interviews because of time spent interviewing you fine people around the world and running a couple of companies, being a husband, father, brother, cousin etc, however this interview opportunity was one I just could not pass up.
When I found out that Chris Curran of the Podcast Engineering School had interviewed one of my blind mentors and a guy that I had heard all over the internet that I really looked up to in the podcasting industry who is also blind I knew I had to show the world that podcasting is here to stay and making money doing it well is not a figment of ones imagination.
This interview is one of my finest and it let’s me know I’m on the right track when I tell blind and other disabled individuals that you can make a living doing what you love…
How do I know this?
because I do it every day.
My issue is that i love a bunch of things.
Here’s items from my short list.
• Playing the sax
and of course, podcasting.
I hope my interview with Chris inspires you to podcast or at least live your dream if you are not all ready. You know how to reach us firstname.lastname@example.org and we hope you are doing marvelously well in the mean time.