Forget The Money

Time to live…


You probably wouldn’t believe how often I hear from people doing radio who are miserable, mostly from the programming side, but the occasional salesperson as well.

Too much pressure. Too little time. Too little money. A lack of appreciation and sense of purpose.

I’m not naive. We all have to have money to live.

But if the money you’re earning now in radio doesn’t equal the time and effort you put into it, why continue?

The older we get, the harder change becomes.

But, as George Eliot famously wrote, “It’s never too late to be what you might have been.”

Either the joy of performing makes the pay you’re earning worth it, or it doesn’t.

If it doesn’t, and it hasn’t for years, why are you still doing it?

If I can help you find the faith to leap into the unknown, following that voice only you can hear, call me.

Life’s short. Too short to have regrets.


Tomorrow: 3 steps to what’s next…

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