About a month ago, I had the chance to be an invited guest on an honest-to-goodness podcast with actual audience and traction. I know I’ve got a lot of smart and worthwhile things to say about what I’ve done and what others are doing, and I know if you’re reading this you’re part of my posse. I wrote about it then, and for some of you, the attached link will be redundant; if not, click here:
But, let’s face it, we’re not exactly best-in-class with our metrics. Which is why when Jim Serpico invites you sit down and chat, you put on a clean shirt and pay attention. And when Jim tells you how and when to share, you do just that.
As I type this, it’s eaxctly the moment this will be released: Here’s what he suggested I share to all of y’all:
Hey guys – I’m so excited to be on today’s Bread For the People podcast, streaming everywhere you get your podcasts. It’s an interview series hosted by television producer and breadmaker Jim Serpico. We talked about many things, including how testing data influenced the reshoot of FX’s Rescue Me pilot, the evolution of Seinfeld, and the facts about sleeping your way to the top of Hollywood.
You can follow the podcast on Facebook @bread4thepeoplepod and on Instagram @jimserpico.