This week, Cicely is joined by author and podcaster, Joe Pardavila. In the new book, Good Listen: Creating Memorable Conversations in Business and Life, Joe shares his insights and knowledge for creating a podcast that will appeal to listeners and leave them clamoring for more. But you don’t need to have a podcast to benefit from Joe’s wisdom because his tips for connecting with others also apply to work, love, and life. In part one, Joe discusses how he stumbled into a 20-year career in radio and what it was like to be on the air on September 11, 2001.
About Joe Pardavila: Joe has produced over ten thousand hours of audio content over the course of his career in podcasting and terrestrial radio. Joe was a radio personality and producer on the legendary New York City radio station, 95.5 PLJ, where he was part of the iconic “Scott & Todd in the Morning”. He studied sketch and improv comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade and was a founding member and actor in the NewYork-based sketch comedy group, Clip Show. The group performed at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and the People’s Improv Theater, and their video sketches were featured on Funny or Die and the Huffington Post. He is the co-director, writer, and producer of the award-winning horror satire, “The Witches of Bushwick”. Currently, he serves as the director of podcasts for Advantage Media Group|Forbes Books.