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0: What’s This Podcast All About Anyway? | Hal Cone

Be Inspired | Do Good:

In this very first episode – we’d like to give you some insight into what this podcast is all about and why you will want to listen to future interviews.

Simply put… my podcast is about empowering our community.

We plan for this podcast to become a resource where you can tune in and learn from Roanoke’s brightest minds.

We will be looking for local – thought leaders, business owners, fundraisers, crusaders … anybody with an important message that will positively impact the lives of others! We will interview those leaders – giving them the opportunity to share their message and knowledge with you.

On my podcast, those featured will be the experts that we believe – will have the greatest impact and be of the greatest service, to you. We are committed to helping these leaders impact more lives, through spreading their stories.

 

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