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I will continue until it works because I REALLY want to be and to hear all your episodes. I've listened to the first two episodes so far and it's a lot of fun!
I have started to offer making and editing videos for them. mt=2&ls=1 Hover over the podcast and you'll see a play button appear on the left side. The instructions for andriod users were confusing/didn't work. I sent you to my list, facebook page (personal and website), and told a ton of friends about you. I blew through the first 4 in a matter of hours and devoured the 5th one as soon as I saw it. I loved the Gabisms and I loved the practicality of the actions Noah gave to Dustin on how to move the needle. I subscribed, gave it my very best i Tunes review, and blew up all my friends. It was because of your episode on the Tim Ferriss show that I had the courage to start my own blog and newsletter. I could dive into what businesses I am in order to justify why "It would be useful for me" to spend a day with Noah but I'm not lookng forward to sitting down with Noah and xpecting him to spit out his years of experience of business in just one single day... And I smelled like soap, me not being a hunter trying to attract deer, bears, and moose. Why reach strangers when your friends are looking for information about your podcast? review (wish I could screenshot it), down voted the one hater review I could see ( Qea), and will blast to my 28k email list once you post a certain interview ? An actionable podcast that's more valuable than 99% of paid content out there.
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