Happy Saturday and welcome to this week’s TCH Replay! From the Archives: Episode 22: Our conversation with Jason Simon (audio file). Jason is the voice of the blog Caffeinated Conversation and also writes at www.jasonasimon.com. You can view the original post by clicking here! Be well and make it a great weekend!
Here are some conversations and interviews that caught our attention during the week ending April 8, 2011. Our suggestions this week: Minnesota Public Radio – one of the best public radio stations in the country – is my station of choice when I am in the care. Earlier this week, they featured live content from the [...]
My friend Jason Simon – principal voice of Caffeinated Conversations and my guest on episode 22 – believes in the power of conversation. If you ever find yourself in the Seattle, Washington area and make your way to a coffee shop, there’s a chance you’ll see a guy wearing a shirt that has the following [...]
Here are some conversations, articles and other stuff that caught our attention during the week ending February 11, 2011. Let us know what you think by using the comment section below this post. If you come across a good conversation, interview and/or article we should pass along, send us a quick email at marc [at] [...]
We’ve had another great month of conversations! Before we list the top five, I would like to remind you that you have an opportunity to participate and share your thoughts for an upcoming episode. For our podcast episode #27 – to be posted on Tuesday, November 23rd – we are invited you to let us [...]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Start with hello. Yes, it’s that simple, start your interaction with “Hello, my name is…” and see what comes of it. Our guest for this week’s conversation is Jason Simon. A self-proclaimed coffee aficionado and principle voice of caffeinatedconversations.com , Jason believes in creating opportunities for conversations. As [...]
This is a guest post by Jason Simon. He is the principle voice of the Caffeinated Conversations Blog and active on Twitter. After Marc Vaillancourt invited me to write about the power of conversation, I decided to focus on the act of listening because The Conversation Hub provides its subscribers with an opportunity to eavesdrop—to [...]