“I prefer radio to TV because the pictures are better.”

--Alistair Cooke


We are going through what many call “the Second Golden Age of radio.” But this ‘radio’ is different, because the programming is broader, richer, and deeper than ever before; it is universally available, and sourced from every corner of the planet; it is available to enjoy on the listener’s schedule, not the broadcaster’s; and, because it’s audio-only, it can be consumed while walking, working, driving, relaxing—pretty much any time.

I am the producer and host of The Natural Curiosity Project, a Podcast dedicated to the belief that curiosity leads to discovery, discovery leads to knowledge, knowledge leads to insight, and insight leads to understanding. Many of the episodes are business and leadership-related.


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Select your preferred podcast provider below to enjoy “The Natural Curiosity Project” podcast, with new episodes each week:

iTunes

iTunes

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Podcasts work because they are a powerful mechanism for on-demand storytelling. I know that when you give someone—a customer, a constituent, a market—facts without context, they will create their own context, and you lose. But when you wrap the facts in a story to provide context, the story comes to life.

I produce hundreds of Podcasts a year for my clients, to help them deliver a message, provide context, create influence, and to drive impact.