CPR Promotional Check-Up - Apr 29, 2014
April 29, 2014
Dwight Stone at 95.7 Jamz in Birmingham shares a colorful example of why you should never EVER air people live late in the evening from your club 'cast. At least she was sober enough to apologize and blame it on the five Bacardi's. Tell me what instrument Helen Chapel played on "Wings" at email@example.com and I'll send it to you.
The Rolling Stones identified having James Brown be their opening act as one of their biggest professional mistakes. I know the feeling. I was the last and final presenter, 45 minutes on events after maybe fifteen 8 or 18 minute sessions at RadioRadio in Aarhus Denmark on Saturday.
And the organizers put this guy on ahead of me.
When I was in college I took course in Non-Verbal Communication that included a lesson on how we can categorize people by how they look. We went out to a mall, observed people and then wrote down our expectations of education, career, hobbies, family and other historical "elements" based on their outward appearance. A guy I ID'ed as semi homeless was actually a retired judge and the first licensed ski patrol in the state of Oregon.
Geoff's session on how we view all of our listeners as idiots just....freaking....nails it. It's 22 minutes but really worth it.