May 3, 2018
In Episode 19, Mark interviews Bruce Outridge, an artist, speaker, podcaster, television host, columnist, consultant and coach. I’m sure I missed a few things Bruce does there, because the man certainly fits a lot into a day.
The podcast features a fifteen minute interview with Bruce as well as a couple of short clips from his Cashing in on Creativity podcast which has a format that is as fun and unique as Bruce himself.
The interview took place at a Hamilton bar called The Ship. So you’ll hear the ambient noise of music and chatter in the background.
The Terrible Tongue Twister is sponsored by Findaway Voices. This one is a longer piece about a "pheasant plucker" not a pleasant fellow . . .
In their interview, Bruce and Mark discuss:
Mark then plays a couple of short clips from two of Bruce's recent podcast episodes that he found inspiring.
After the interviews and clips, Mark shares a reflection about the networking that led him and Bruce to connecting and talks about that element which Bruce started off the interview discussing (and which is mentioned by Ann Brown in an episode of Bruce's own podcast) - being open to opportunity and authentic connections with others.
He shares his own example of connecting with fellow author Julie Strauss and the benefits to writing and personal life that came from a few chance encounters that a friendship grew out of.
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