104: It’s Time to Hit the Pause Button

OK, no need to bury the lead — the title of this post says it all: “It’s time to hit the pause button on Get Your Message Heard.”  It’s not a hasty (or easy) decision, and it is one that I’ve literally spent the last 3 months debating.  The driving force behind all that deliberation

103: The Real Story Behind My 60 Pound Weight Loss

If you’ve been listening to the last few episodes of Get Your Message Heard, you’ve recognized that a lot of thinking has been going on in my world. In fact, I’ve done more (and better) strategic thinking about my business in 2019 than I have allowed myself to do in a long time.  A big

101: Celebrating a Milestone with an Unscripted Q&A —Part II

Kevin McBroom —What are some creative ways you suggest to overcome self-limiting beliefs/imposter syndrome?  Jeanette Bronee—How do you gain clarity about why your message matter so you can craft the message?  Mike Brennan —What is the most effective way to determine interest of other surrounding initiative you are looking to launch?  Jason Smith —For business goals

100: Celebrating a Milestone with an Unscripted Q&A—Part I

One of my main objectives for the year ahead is to be more experimental — to stop overthinking and over complicating everything and take more chances.   That’s exactly what I did for my 100th episode.  Here’s how that worked.  I scheduled time to record the episode on a Wednesday after an aborted attempt at something

099: We Need To Talk – Part II

Last week, as a lead up to the 100th episode of Get Your Message Heard next week, Michael took a step back and to explore where we’ve been and where we’re going. In today’s “Part II” he reveals a bit more about the path forward (if you missed it, you might want to listen to  Episode 98 before diving into this one so you get the

098: We Need To Talk

With the 100th episode of Get Your Message Heard just around the corner, it’s time to take a step back and explore where we’ve been and where we’re going. In today’s episode Michael gets personal about the path he has been on since launching the podcast and sets the stage for sharing a bit about the

097: New Year, New Direction with Michael Hudson

Now out of the interviewer’s chair and straight onto the guest seat; surely it is a delight to see a little twist isn’t it? In today’s episode Jody Maberry, a marketing consultant, and podcaster who has pretty much been there from the beginning of the podcast turns the tables on Michael and takes over the

096: Making Elephants Fly with Terry Weaver

Terry Weaver is a renowned speaker, author, event producer, podcaster, Ideapreneur.  His real passion is helping people “live life alive” and he does this by traveling around the world and speaking to audiences including young school students. He leads Mastermind Groups and hosts an annual event called “the thing” where creative minds, entrepreneurs and leaders

094: Telling A Better Brand Story with Melanie Deziel

Have you ever wondered what it felt like to do a storytelling act, but this time in front of an audience filled with corporate? Well, here’s a piece on someone who lives that. Melanie Deziel is the founder of StoryFuel, a consulting firm that teaches marketers around the world how to tell better brand stories. 

092: Branding and Building Business with Joana Galvao

Joana Galvao is a design guru and co-founder of Gif Design Studios. Based in Porto, Portugal, and with a team of 10 designers and developers – which includes her husband – her design agency has done pretty awesomely. Starting as a designer at an agency in London, and earning a rather basic salary, Joana could