I was invited to participate in a one-hour interview by Fantastic Frank Johnson on Blog Talk Radio. As such, I would like to invite you to listen to the interview and ask questions at the end of the interview. If you want to listen to only the first few minutes of the interview, that is alright. If you have no desire to ask questions, that too is alright. If you have no interest in listening to, or participating in, the interview, please disregard this post.
The interview will take place on Blog Talk Radio, one of the largest online talk radio networks. The site enables individuals and businesses to host their own live radio talk shows and reach millions of listeners that visit the site each month. The following video provides a brief overview of the many features of Blog Talk Radio.
The interviewer will be Fantastic Frank Johnson who, according to his website, “is the first and only differently enabled motivational speaker and author.”
Listening and Participating
According to the instructions I received, you may listen to the interview at no cost though an internet connection, or you may call in to the interview on a telephone, but standard phone usage charges will apply. Approximately 15 minutes before the end of the interview, Fantastic Frank (the interviewer) may accept questions from people who call. Apparently, you cannot ask questions via the internet. If you are interested in listening to all or part of the interview, please refer to the following information:
- Interview Date: April 10, 2014
- Interview Time: 7:00 p.m. PDT to 8:00 p.m. PDT
- To convert United States Pacific Daylight Time to you time click here
- To listen online, click here
- To listen on a telephone, call (424) 243-9540 — Note: this is not a free call
- To ask questions, call (424) 243-9540 you cannot ask questions online — Note: this is not a free call
Thank you to Fantastic Frank Johnson who invited me to participate in an interview; Blog Talk Radio for making the interview possible; YouTube for hosting the videos I used in this post; and all the other people who, directly or indirectly, made it possible to include the picture, video, and text I used in this post.