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Laurisha Fant is a visionary with a background in entrepreneurship consulting, who entered into being a creative during the pandemic when her commercial painting business slowed down. Laurisha began to paint in an artistic expression and eventually began creating poetry to unpack her thoughts on life and her past. Laurisha eventually created a live…
 
This episode discusses numerous aspects of being interviewed as a guest on podcasts as well as other types of shows. •What should guests bring to the table in terms of content? •How should you query the shows you want to be on? •In what ways should you support the show after your interview? Billy Dees and then Kristy Mickelsen each give their core …
 
This episode covers several topics. First, we discuss the eerie sounds that were recorded from a black hole. This sonification, or what may be referred to as a translation of astronomical data into sound, is being released for NASA’s Black Hole Week this year. We also mention the new moon mission being launched August 29, 2022, as it is currently s…
 
“Walking with Fay - My Mother’s Uncharted Path Into Dementia” by Carolyn Birrell Carolyn Birrell retired to Bonners Ferry, ID, in 2006, after living in Atlanta, GA, for 20 years where she worked for the American Cancer Society National Headquarters and then as a real estate agent and a new home builder. She began caring for her aging mother shortly…
 
The Cleveland Browns are evidently standing behind the Deshaun Watson trade for the long haul. The Browns are not reconsidering the $230 million contract and do not want back the six draft picks they sent to the Houston Texans for Watson. The commentary in this podcast covers two facets. One, the banter on social media and sports talk radio has bee…
 
How important is it to zoom in on someone’s pain and suffering on live TV? Whether it is an accident or sports injury, the sensationalism of live TV is forgetting the human suffering that is playing out behind the images. The tragedy of Anne Heche, whose rescue from a fiery crash played out on live TV and has been recirculated on social media, is a…
 
On this episode we are talking with Maria Humphreys from the Strong Body Strong Soul Podcast. Maria is passionate about inspiring stories and is very enthusiastic about all topics related to audio, including the emergence of social audio. Maria has been able to combine her meditation practices with the nuances of spoken word communication. You can …
 
Rachel Thompson is an author of seven books. She is a champion for survivors and is the originator of the hashtag #SexAbuseChat on Twitter. She also promotes other writers and is also known for the much-used blogging #MondayBlogs hashtag. You can find her on Twitter @RachelintheOC, and at @BadRedHeadMedia which is all about creating effective socia…
 
Graciela Moore is ICF certified, a transcendental hope coach, and author. Graciela also helps HSIP thrive into soul-alignment and is a public speaker. On this episode Graciela talks about hope, the different ways we consider hope, and how important it is in our daily lives. Please listen in for some great insights into personal growth, happiness, a…
 
Whether you want to improve your content marketing strategy or simply want to build your brand, social media is almost always a major tool in your toolbox. In this episode we are talking with Keith Keller who has been a Twitter strategist since the early days of the platform. Keith discusses how to Amplify Your Message, Build Your Brand, and Create…
 
During this episode we are talking about using Twitter and Twitter Spaces for authors. Many of the topics we cover are applicable to any social media or content marketing strategy in general. Our guest is Ruth L. Snyder who is the author of, “Learn Twitter” which is geared toward writers. Ruth is also a speaker and a book coach. You can find Ruth o…
 
When is a stumble more than a stumble? When is a gaffe more than a bad choice of words? These are tough questions for an aging president. During the past few weeks, the issue of President Biden’s mental and physical well-being has begun to be questioned by more than just his political opposition. Can he run in 2024? Is his presidency sustainable th…
 
Jerry writes a humor column for Tribune News Service, which distributes it to papers nationwide and abroad. Jerry is also the author of six books, "Leave It to Boomer," "The Empty Nest Chronicles," "Grandfather Knows Best," "Nini and Poppie's Excellent Adventures," "Every Day Is Saturday" and "One for the Ageless." Jerry has won many awards includi…
 
Is Journalism, as We Know It, Dead? A question that is often asked. Many have suggested indoctrination as the cause of the demise of journalism. It is true many journalists not only come from the same system, but from the same handful of schools. It is also true that campuses that were once places of exploring many new ideas, are now ideological cl…
 
Some time ago, many years ago actually, I crossed paths with Donna Cavanagh on Twitter. We were both part of the Twittersphere for blogging, humor, and related subject matter. We say “content” now by the way. This was circa 2011 and HumorOutcasts was in its early days. I started doing some writing for the site and most of my audio production at tha…
 
In this episode, the host covers some of his basic principles when interviewing guests who have sensitive subject matter to talk about. This is a bonus episode that was recorded on the Wisdom app. The original commentary has been edited and processed for the podcast format.Kirjoittanut Perfect Media Productions, LLC
 
Content Warning: This episode contains discussion that some survivors may find triggering. It also contains spoilers regarding the content of the book. On this episode we have Deborah Fezelle, who is the author of, “What’s Past is Prologue.” Deborah is a frequent guest of the podcast and a familiar author to many readers. She has an incredible resu…
 
This episode has an interesting mix of topics. Kristy Mickelsen is an author who has been researching a character for her new book, and this character happens to work in the professional wrestling industry. Axel Savage is a professional wrestler who agreed to take part in Kristy’s research. Kristy is a kidney cancer and lupus advocate. Axel is an a…
 
In an unprecedented leak of Supreme Court confidentiality, Politico has obtained what it calls a draft of a majority opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito that would strike down Roe v. Wade. The reaction in the public and on social media has been, predictably, enormous. On this episode Billy Dees and Jack Casey discuss and speculate about various…
 
It appears the deal for Elon Musk to purchase Twitter will go through. This has sparked many conversations online and off about billionaires, social media, and free speech. On this episode we explore various aspects of these topics and what some of the changes coming to Twitter may be in the near future.…
 
In this episode we follow up to some of the responses we had to last week’s episode about Ukraine and some of the commentary coming from several far-right commentators. We also cover Elon Musk and his attempted purchase of Twitter. Elon tweeted a poll to his followers and other Twitter users in March that asked whether people believed Twitter was p…
 
The United Kingdom’s Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, made a surprise visit to Ukraine's capital and met President Volodymyr Zelensky. They were photographed together as they walked through Kyiv's streets sending a powerful and symbolic message to the western world. This meeting happened in the wake of continuing reports of atrocities committed again…
 
It was the slap heard around the world, quite literally. At the Oscar Ceremonies 2022, actor Will Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock after he made a joke about Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, starring in a movie called “G.I. Jane II,” a reference to Pinkett’s baldness. The showbiz shenanigans of this matter have been well covered in traditional an…
 
A former nurse, RaDonda Vaught, was convicted of gross neglect of an impaired adult and negligent homicide on March 25, 2022 after a three-day trial in Nashville, Tennessee. Vaught faced these charges in connection with the killing of Charlene Murphey, who died at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in late December 2017 after being administered t…
 
The big news in sports this past week was that Deshaun Watson from the Houston Texan’s was traded to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for various top draft picks. This deal was also big news in the media and social media due to allegations of sexual misconduct by the player. For Deshaun Watson, the deal is worth a whopping $230 million. Criminal ch…
 
On this episode we have Sarah Dawn, who is an advocate for keloid scarring awareness. Sarah is very active on TikTok and believes her world doesn’t evolve around her scars but rather her scars revolve around her world. Sarah is an advocate for fighting the stigma around having scars, and furthermore believes that scars should be part of an overall …
 
Our guest on this episode of the Billy Dees Podcast is Emme Fox. She pronounces her name, “M” and is an advocate of love, sexuality, and intimacy. During this interview we cover such subjects as body and sexual awareness, the molds and constructs that society often places on us, and why some people choose to send unsolicited and explicit pictures o…
 
On this episode we are talking about the dynamics of community building or networking. What is your approach? What value do you bring to the spaces you belong to? How do you strategize your content? Is it designed to serve the audience?Kirjoittanut Perfect Media Productions, LLC
 
This episode is an interview with Kat Satava by Billy Dees and co-host Kristy Mickelsen. Kat Satava is an author focusing on the genres of epic fantasy and supernatural fiction. Kat’s first book (in her Witch War Series), "Nightmares & Stars" debuted during December 2021. Kat is currently working on the second book, a five-episode supernatural seri…
 
Classified as a Comedy/Disaster, I presume they mean a combined comedy and disaster movie not a comical disaster, “Don’t Look Up” is a satirical story about two astronomers who go on a media tour to warn the world of an Extinction Level Event in the form of a giant comet speeding toward Earth. Can us earthlings put down our phones long enough to li…
 
This episode is an interview with Kristy Mickelsen, a 43-year-old wife and mother, whose passions include her two autistic children, reading and writing. Kristy is the author of the book, “A Christmas to Remember.” Kristy wrote this book based on the real emotions her mother faced when her father passed away from Stage Four Renal Cell Carcinoma. Kr…
 
This episode is the first time we tried to use Twitter Spaces as a forum to record a full episode of our podcast. Twitter Spaces is an audio medium allowing for a configuration of hosts, speakers, and listeners. The Space was hosted Thursday January 6, 2022, at 2:00pm EST. Currently, the only way to take part in a Twitter Space is via the Twitter s…
 
What does it take to be a good person? The reactions of the public to the recent passing of John Madden and Betty White raises the question as to why these people were universally loved. What about them sets them apart? What qualities of being a good person can we incorporate into our own lives?Kirjoittanut Perfect Media Productions, LLC
 
Is an era of statesmen/women as politicians ending in America? That topic is discussed on this episode’s commentary. Do voters have the patience to sort through nuanced issues? By contrast, have elections become high-stakes contests? Also, on this episode is a follow up to the podcast from October 24, 2021 titled “Commentary: Tragedy on a Movie Set…
 
Social audio is gaining more and more traction as a communication medium. Apps such as Clubhouse exploded in the wake of the pandemic lockdowns. More platforms are now adopting their own versions of this concept and expanding upon it. Twitter Spaces is now becoming a “go to” option for many creators. How does audio only content differ from other me…
 
What happens when you get two accomplished humor writers together to talk about their methods? The result is a lively and informative discussion about the art of humor writing. Lee Gaitan and Dave Jaffe are together sharing some of their writing strategies and trade secrets. Does all humor come from pain? How do you select topics? How do you create…
 
Is it a good idea to infuse politics into a marketing plan or brand image? That is the subject of this episode’s commentary. Billy covers several points as to why he does not feel that a political stance belongs in a business scheme or fund development plan of a non-profit.Kirjoittanut Perfect Media Productions, LLC
 
This commentary episode discusses the tragedy on the set of the movie “Rust” involving actor, Alec Baldwin, in which one person was killed and another person was injured. The analysis centers on the speculative and in some cases mean-spirited reaction that occurred on digital and social media. The commentary goes on to examine how these forums have…
 
On this podcast episode, we are talking to Deborah Fezelle who released her fourth installment of the Nick McDeare suspense book series, “Discretion.” The previous installments have been, “Full Circle,” “The Evil That Men Do” and “A Walking Shadow.” During the interview, Deborah Fezelle talks about her early days, her love of the theater, and how b…
 
On this podcast episode we are talking with Rachel Pfennig Hales about her first full length publication “Tour Book,” which came out just this past April. The book talks about what happens behind the scenes of your favorite concert tours. Every trick, costume or scene change, and the sound and lighting; require the preparation and skill of a dedica…
 
We are talking today with Gigi Langer, PhD who is the author of the book, "50 Ways to Worry Less Now" which presents practical spiritual, cognitive, and energy strategies; to gain peace, clarity, and wisdom, no matter what is going on in our lives. The best way to get the paperback is at GigiLanger.com/buy as it's only $8.95 for a personalized sign…
 
This podcast is a discussion about the anniversary of the 911 attacks. The hosts discuss their memories of the day and some of the conspiracy theories that followed. This episode was recorded live as part of a Twitter Live streaming event at 8:00 PM EST on Monday September 7, 2021.Kirjoittanut Perfect Media Productions, LLC
 
“My Pineapples Went to Houston Finding the Humor in My Dashed Hopes, Broken Dreams and Plans Gone Outrageously Awry” (Second Edition with New Material Added) Lee Gaitan is a multi-award-winning author of three books. Her work has been featured on The Huffington Post, Yahoo News, Erma Bombeck Humor Writers’ Workshop, The Good Men Project, Mothers Al…
 
Our guest on this episode of the podcast is Dave Jaffe. During this interview Dave talks about his style of humor, his love of dogs, and offers up some writing tips for aspiring writers. Dave Jaffe is a writer, columnist, former Chicago reporter, and humorist who has written for online media, print, television, and radio. Dave’s work has appeared i…
 
Our guest on the podcast is CurvyReaper from TikTok. Curvy is an advocate for survivors of domestic violence and during this interview she talks about some of the misconceptions some people have about getting trapped in the cycle of domestic abuse. She also fights the stigma about men who may find themselves in an abusive or manipulative relationsh…
 
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