The term entrepreneur wasn’t something I was raised to think about. I was given the gift of singing as a child. I became a teacher and guidance counselor. I never dreamed that one day I would use my voice and counseling skills as an independent radio broadcaster. I do believe that my drive and passion and energy, thirst for learning about people and focus comes from my genes.
I have interviewed thousands of experts from all walks of life. The knowledge and insight I have gained from them inspires me. My work involves much more than interviews. It involves marketing, selling, networking, social media, technology skills, building relationships with publicists, authors, and experts, and blending it all into a package that looks seamless, but is a full- time job and allencompassing work.
I consider myself an artist who uses words and communication; it is so exciting because I am creating all the time. My symbol, the bumblebee, is so fitting because I “pollinate through the airways” and spread my guests’ pollen to audiences. What I really am is a catalyst.
Someone recently said to me, “You are Ed Sullivan, not the Beatles.” Well, whatever this bumblebee is, she is always buz ing and pollinating in hopes of bringing light to the world. It is needed now more than ever.