HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!!!
Hope you enjoyed your holidays or perhaps you are still enjoying them (lucky you!).
December ended up being a write-off for posting new content on the blog. I spent a lot more time working on tweaking and promoting the business side of things. I did, however, manage to do another MakintheBacon interview with my friend Tessa. To be honest, like most of my friendships, I’m pretty sure she was the one that either smiled at me, introduced herself, started talking to me first or a combination of all three. Although we both consider ourselves to be shy and introverted, I feel I’m the more introverted one. More often than not, I usually wait for the person to approach me.
While I normally record my interviews and then transcribe it into a blog post, I decided to upload the actual recording this time around to be part of the post. I figured I should switch it up and this may appeal more to those who prefer to listen to content, rather than read it. Not only that, I would be saving myself a LOT of time from listening to the interview over and over again; pausing many times to type out what they said. I don’t know why I didn’t do this sooner.
Oh well. Live and learn.
This interview was the first one I did in person. I only had one mic though, so we had to share and my voice seems kind of low and soft. I did try to increase the overall volume a bit in Audacity, but I’m a total newbie when it comes to editing audio. But the best way to learn is to do it and by trial and error, right? I recommend that you turn the volume up.
Click below to listen to the interview
Let me know what you think and if you would like to listen to more interviews in the future. If you or someone you know would like to be featured in the MakintheBacon Interview series, please contact me.
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Johnny Catharsis says
Good job on the interview! Definitely getting into group training a little bit, I tend to prefer bodyweight exercise but its hard to get motivated alone.
Have a great week!
Thanks and thanks for stopping by Johnny! It really is hard to get motivated alone. Even listening to my favourite music isn’t enough. I really like group fitness classes because of the social atmosphere and everyone working hard together.
Get Rich Brothers says
Thanks for the interview. There are a lot of parallels between personal training/fitness and personal finance. It takes discipline, time, and perseverance. Both also have great long-term benefits when proper habits are instituted early.
I agree with you 100% – those are two habits which people should look into building, yet they can be the hardest to do so.