Susan joins the podcast revolution

Guess what? I’ve been asked to participate in a podcast at Revolution Health tomorrow night!

The call will feature relationship coach Mira Kirshenbaum on the subject of Valentine’s Day… and the oodles of issues this holiday conjures up in the minds and hearts of singles and couples everywhere.

The podcast will be held tomorrow at 7 p.m. ET. Details are here. I’ll be sure to give an update (and a link) later this week!

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6 thoughts on “Susan joins the podcast revolution

  1. How very cool. Take notes on how they do it, if you can. My latest work project includes creating a podcast. I’m very pleased for you and can’t wait to hear you voice and a good juicy story or two!

  2. Lani says:

    Did you record it? I want to here it and I’m on the west coast! Let me know where I can hear it please?

    I bet you were great!

  3. Hi, everyone. I received the link to the podcast…and here it is:

    [audio src="http://media.twango.com/m1/original/0124/8406333f2f14443c8ec2584654a0b208.wav" /]

    I’m not sure how insightful my questions or answers were — my main concern was to not sound like a blathering idiot, and I’m not sure how well I did on that part! But it was an interesting experience. I enjoyed listening to Mira Kirshenbaum’s “how to’s” and advice. (It turns out I had purchased one of her books a few years ago, too.) I also thought Dr. Val Jones, the senior medical director at Revolution Health, did a great job moderating, especially since most of the questions came in beforehand. Between the two, we had a warm discussion about relationships, love and how to make Valentine’s Day work for you, no matter what your situation. Mira recently started a love and intimacy group at Revolution Health; you can learn more about joining her group at http://www.revolutionhealth.com/healthy-living/relationships/.

    I like the Revolution Health mission and approach to bringing valuable, straight-talking health information to consumers, so check it out at http://www.revolutionhealth.com/.

    Cheers — or should I say good health and good lovin’!

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