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So I’m learning. Getting pulled out of my comfort zone while recording the DBA Podcast each week with Dave – Episode 9 covers a topic I’m very passionate about: marketing with no money. Since I’ve had to do just that for so many companies I’ve started over the years, it’s near and dear to my heart and that’s why episode 9 might be a little like taking a drink of water out of a fire hose.
I mentioned to Dave that I still have that little voice in the back of my head telling me that “you’re recording a show, you’re recording a show – don’t screw it up!” This sometimes keeps me from letting the conversation flow at a more normal pace.
So, I’ll ask for a pass just this one time (well maybe not just this once), as you listen to episode 9, just realize it would be much better over a cold bear, sitting outside on the deck, waiting for the burgers to cook as we shared stories about our businesses.
And out on that deck, we really want to hear your stories, as well as any topics you would like us to discuss in future episodes. We’re excited about where DBA is going and having your feedback is an important part of the journey.