The idea is starting to develop into reality. The details are still coming together and this may be a longer process than I first thought. Anyone can do web searches and YouTube video research on the topic until the cows come home, but the flood of results can be overwhelming. So, getting real-world feedback will help a lot.
I have made one decision. At least to start, this will be a joint effort with my daughter, Heather Nicholas. In the future, I may consider doing a second version with some other people, but for now, it will be Heather and I. She is a lot like me in some ways, but different in other ways. She, like me, has a lot of creativity coursing through her veins. The challenge will be finding ways to mesh our unique points of view that will be interesting yet have continuity of purpose. I know we can do it though!
So, we have invested in some basic equipment… see the header image to see some of it. We are in the beginning stages of coming up with a “format.” What will we talk about? How will it provide a positive impact on potential listeners? How often? How long? Questions, questions.
Oh, another thing to point out is that we both have full-time jobs, so this will be a project that we pursue in our personal time, weekends, and at night. So, be patient with us as we continue developing this little dream of ours. First things first, right?
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