May 17, 2016
Cary Gordon (@comicpalooza on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss social media marketing for Comicpalooza. As part of the Comicpalooza Podcast Partnership Program, Craig invited Cary, comic con’s Social Media Coordinator, to sit down and talk how he and his team work their social media magic for Texas’ largest pop culture event. The two discuss how far in advance the planning begins (hint: the day after the last one!) which platforms work best for interacting with attendees, how they prep announcements of big guests and more.
You can also listen to Cary’s 2 podcasts: Metal Geeks and MSRcast. Both can be found at http://metalgeeks.net
April 5, 2016
Helene Segura (@LivingOrderSA on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss inefficiency. “Who’s got time to listen to a podcast?” you may be asking yourself. If you just asked that, you may not be as efficient as you think! Helene calls in to discuss her new book “The Inefficiency Assassin: Time Management Tactics for Working Smarter, Not Longer” and explains to Craig that efficiency isn’t always getting as much done as possible. It’s often getting the right things done in the right order. They also talk about how to set priorities, getting your email under control, how Craig thinks being “busy” is the new martyrdom and much, much more. You need to make time and listen to this episode!
Helene be found at http://theInefficiencyAssassin.com and her book is in bookstores everywhere.
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With all the news about the Mars rover Curiosity landing  I stumbled upon this article from the Chicago Tribune about rover Chief Engineer Rob Manning. It is a perfect example of how you can take a negative thinker and utilize their “powers”, especially during the planning phase of a project: Regardless of whether the …
October 18, 2011
Liam Dunfey of University Advisors Admission Specialists joins Craig in Boston to talk about higher learning. More importantly, how to get into institutions of higher learning. They discuss selecting the right school, Craig’s horrible grades and how applying to college isn’t as the same as when Craig applied years ago.
You can learn more about Liam’s company University Advisors Admission Specialists at http://www.admissionspecialists.com