Introducing The RomondoCast

I’ve been talking about doing a podcast for at least a couple of years now. From the beginning, the show format would be me interviewing a marketing professional about what they do. Until very recently, my guests would be people connected to internet marketing—designers, developers, writers, photographers and entrepreneurs. I’ve worked in the internet marketing field since 2003. Preceding that career I worked in software development for twelve years. I was a broadcast engineer for thirteen years before that. Overall, my 35-year career in these areas of media gives me exposure to interesting and passionate people.

But as I thought about what I really want my show to be, I decided to include professionals from virtually any area of work, as long as they contribute positively to society and love their work. All I want to do is to provide 20 to 30 minutes of lively conversation every week with the minimum requirement that it be fun for the participants. And I believe that if my guest and I are having a good time, the listeners are likely to enjoy it.

I’m planning to record my first show tomorrow with Brett Newcomb as my guest. He’s a relationship counselor I’ve gotten to know through my work as engineer on 30 episodes of the BioBalance HealthCast. Brett is the co-host with Dr. Kathy Maupin that show, a longtime client of mine. You’ll have to listen to the show to find out more about that, but suffice it to say that he has proven to be a great conversationalist, adding just the right amount of wit and wisdom to an already interesting subject; treatment of symptoms of aging with bioidentical hormone pellets.

Please give the RomondoCast a listen, and if you’re so inclined, share your thoughts. And if you know of a professional who you think would like to share their story with me and my audience, hook us up. If that person is you, don’t be bashful; send me a short description of what makes you interesting. Let’s talk.

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