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PEOPLE TOGETHER

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We are on a mission to help executives, entrepreneurs, and encore careerists create content —
content that will improve lives,
content to be proud of, content that fosters community.

We know through first-hand experience 
how content brings people together,
and we love helping make that happen!

We produce podcasts, short-form videos, blog posts, and other written works,
while also providing support in website development, social media management, and strategic planning.

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The Second Day of Spring

The Second Day of Spring

The bird I cannot see whistles, “jeer-jeer-jeer, queedle-queedle.” And then again. A blue jay, no doubt, one of the most common birds in the Piedmont of North Carolina. The sun’s warm, but my outfit says it’s late winter. All-black sweats, a long-sleeve shirt, and a zip-up hoodie. Even my socks are black – winter colors.

On Heroes | Writing Heroes That Is

On Heroes

“On Heroes, Writing Heroes That Is” is an article by our editor, Caroline Ailanthus Hello, all, Eric’s editor here! But as you may (or may not) know, I’m not just an editor, I’m also a writer. I have blogs and novels and so forth (including a new novel coming out in March), as well as

Opinions are like

Opinions Are Like…

Opinions. Everyone has them, and, like in economics, the more there are, the less they matter. But if an opinion is shared as a fact, it must matter, right? I don’t know. This isn’t some analysis of deep fakes or misleading click-bait; at least, that’s not the intent. I’ve just been noticing a lot of

The Dual Nature of Social Media | Connection and Toxicity

The Dual Nature of Social Media | Connection and Toxicity

About this episode: In this thought-provoking conversation with Angie Moody, founder and CEO of Ruby Money, we discuss the complex world of social media. From its impact on our daily lives and mental health to finding a balance between connection and consumption, Angie shares her insights on navigating social media responsibly. With a background at

The Real Reason to Host a Podcast

The Real Reason to Host a Podcast

There’s something I’ve been wanting to talk about, and it hasn’t been coming out right. It’s about podcast hosting. The thing is, when people think about hosting a podcast, they have questions. They ask who will listen to me? What if they do listen and don’t like it? What if it’s too much work? Do

Why Read? Why Write?

Why Read? Why Write? | From the Editor

I’m scared of needles. Not fainting-from-fear scared, but definitely unjustified anxiety scared. See, I know perfectly well that it’s only a little stick, not really all that much pain, but when I’m sitting in a doctor’s office or wherever, and a needle is on its way to my skin, that needle seems to get bigger

Creating Connections Through Stories

Creating Connections Through Stories

“I don’t want to influence, I want to inspire.” That’s the refreshing breath of air Dr. Tori Ellis brings to our world, where stories become the bridges that weave connections and empower individuals to reach their full potential. This episode of Content Matterz dives deep into her inspiring journey as an author, exploring the creation

5 Books to Better Your Podcast Conversation Skills

5 Books to Better Your Podcast Conversation Skills

Are your podcast conversations feeling a bit off? After hosting and producing 1,000+ episodes and listening to 10,000 more, I’ve been there — studying every question, pause, transition, and punchline. Books have been one of the secrets to improving the art of a podcast conversation. Here are 5 books to better your podcast conversation skills:

The Unscripted Mind

The Unscripted Mind

What do the TV show “Hogan Knows Best” and an AI-based tech company have in common? Admittedly, not much, but they are two experiences that have shaped John Gerhard’s way of thinking. From TV producer to Founder and CEO of Orson Technology, John has been embracing the excitement of unscripted content throughout his career. But

ditch the pitch

Ditch the Pitch

In a world flooded with audio business cards masquerading as podcasts, we’re tearing down the selfish behavior of podcast guests. It’s time to ditch the pitch! Your listeners are here for real banter. Think about it, have you ever listened to a podcast and thought, “I’ve stepped into an infomercial”? If you are a podcast

The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

Podcast Review: The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway

Podcast Review: The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway Episode: Office Hours: The EdTech Industry, Why European Startups Fail to Scale, and the Global Brands of the Premier League and NFL In this episode of The Prof G Pod with Scott Galloway, we are taken through an immersive Q&A session where Scott addresses intriguing questions

the beauty of unscripted content | KazCM

The Beauty of Unscripted Content

In this episode of Content Matterz, we discuss the beauty of unscripted content. Allowing for the wonder and the unknown is what makes the unscripted so captivating — be it a documentary, a podcast, or a TV show. Seeing this content play out through these mediums reminds us this unscripted nature exists in our lives

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