EPISODE 21: INTERVIEW WITH PAUL “LONGHAULPAUL” PELLAND
Today’s episode is an interview with Longhaulpaul, also known as Paul Pelland. He’s a New Hampshire man with Multiple Sclerosis. Longhaulpaul combines his passion for riding motorcycles with his story and life experiences to help other people and make a difference in the world. I invited Longhaulpaul to be on the podcast because he
On today’s episode, I talk about what I’ve been doing for the past two weeks, and I share the story about how I came up with my company name. Mentioned in this episode Alex Sanchez linkedin.com/in/alex-sanchez-3935b1174, voiceactorwebsites.com Brad Newman linkedin.com/in/upperlevel, www.upperlevelhosting.com Tim Keenan linkedin.com/in/tim-keenan-15b3788, creativemediarecording.com Source Connect https://source-elements.com/products/source-connect May has been a very busy
EPISODE 19: INTERVIEW WITH PATRICIA WELTIN, FOUNDER AND CEO OF BEYOND THE DIAGNOSIS
Today’s episode is an interview with Patty Weltin, Founder and CEO of Beyond the Diagnosis. I invited Patty on the podcast because she is an advocate for individuals and families living with rare diseases, and she has a unique way of using art to educate others about rare diseases – also known as orphan diseases.
EPISODE 18: BACK TO THE FUTURE PART III HELPED ME WRITE FINANCIAL GOALS WITH A TIMELINE
The movie Back to the Future Part III helped me write financial goals with a timeline. Plus an update from the first two weeks of May 2020: medical narration practice, auditioning, my new website, playing Ticket to Ride, and more! Mentioned in this episode Back to the Future Part III is a great movie! Dave Ramsey is an American
EPISODE 17: INTERVIEW WITH DAVID BITKOWSKI, RX TARGET SYSTEMS FOUNDER AND GPA ADVOCATE
Today’s episode is an interview with Ohio Pharmacist Dave Bitkowski. Dave is an advocate for his daughter Melissa and her rare kidney disease GPA (granulomatosis with polyangiitis). He is also a pharmacist entrepreneur who provides entertainment in the form of air gun targets. Mentioned in this episode Dave’s company is RX Target Systems www.rxtargetsystems.com email@example.com
After more than twelve and a half years at the same company, my husband lost his job today. We are preparing to swap roles. He will become the primary caregiver for our children, house manager, and home school teacher while I work on my voiceover business full-time. The stakes are high! We have a family
Interview with Dr. Lisa Orbe-Austin: counseling psychologist, executive coach, and co-author of the new book Own Your Greatness: Overcome Impostor Syndrome, Beat Self-Doubt, and Succeed in Life. We discuss Imposter Syndrome and the book she co-authored with her husband and business partner Dr. Richard Orbé-Austin. Mentioned in this episode Own Your Greatness: Overcome Impostor Syndrome,
Mentioned in this episode Target is an American Retail Corporation https://www.target.com YouTube Video Thoughts Every Woman Has in Target https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8JV5aNBh1E My podcasting coach is Dave Jackson at the School of Podcasting https://schoolofpodcasting.com My ACX Audiobook Narrator Profile https://www.acx.com/narrator?p=A10FSORRTANJ4Z audible.com and amazon.com sell audiobooks. voiceactorwebsites.com is helping me with my new website. voquent.com is a matchmaking
Mentioned in this episode Level Two Improv Class https://glasscityimprov.com/classes Toastmasters Club 3159 https://3159.toastmastersclubs.org My medical narration demo https://www.thepharmacistsvoice.com/demo.html My LinkedIn Profile linkedin.com/in/kimnewlove David Rosenthal and his team produced my demo https://globalvoiceacademy.com VO Edge is the on-line course I took to learn about LinkedIn https://www.thevoedge.com/home. VOcation NYC is a voiceover conference https://www.vocationconference.com Sean Pratt is my
EPISODE 11: INTERVIEW WITH SUE PAUL AND MICHELLE FRITSCH, MEDIPRENEURS CO-FOUNDERS
Mentioned in this episode: Medipreneurs is a conference for pharmacists and healthcare entrepreneurs. https://www.medipreneurs.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Sue Paul is a pharmacist and co-founder of Medipreneurs. email@example.com, www.linkedin.com/in/sue-paulrph Synerxgy Consulting http://www.synerxgy.com PGX101 http://www.pgx101.com. Twitter: @Pill_Bug, @SyneRxgy, @PGx101 Instagram: suepaul_paul, medipreneurs, pgx101 Michelle Fritsch is a pharmacist and co-founder of Medipreneurs. firstname.lastname@example.org, https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelle-fritsch-6462bbb/ Meds MASH (Mature Adults Safe
Click to set custom HTML Mentioned in this episode: Libsyn is my podcast host/distributor. libsyn.com Dave Jackson taught me how to podcast. www.schoolofpodcasting.com Keith Norton is a voice actor. https://wingmanvoice.com or linkedin.com/in/wingmanvoice Jen Olaya is a voice actor. jenolaya.com or linkedin.com/in/jenolaya Who’s Line is it Anyway? https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0163507/ VOcation is a voiceover conference in NYC https://www.vocationconference.com
EPISODE 09: INTERVIEW WITH DR. ASHA BOHANNON, PHARMACIST ENTREPRENEUR
PaiWellnessGroup.com email@example.com Facebook.com/paiwellnessgroup Instagram.com/paiwellnessgroup Dr. Asha Pai Bohannon has more than 23 years of experience in the healthcare industry. She is a Holistic Doctor of Pharmacy and the owner of PAI Wellness Group, LLC in Raleigh, North Carolina. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr.
1. Organizing from the Inside Out, Second Edition: The Foolproof System For Organizing Your Home, Your Office and Your Life (Paperback – August 12, 2004) by Julie Morgenstern (Author) https://www.amazon.com/dp/0805075895/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_8BPsEbTEYVYHP 2. Time Management from the Inside Out, Second Edition: The Foolproof System for Taking Control of Your Schedule — and Your Life (Paperback – August
Nate and I met through our volunteer work at the Wood County Opiate Task Force in Bowling Green, OH. At the time, he worked at MidWest Recovery Center (Toledo, OH). Now, he is the CEO of the Recovery Institute of Ohio (Sandusky, OH). Nate Kehlmeier (419) 262-2436 firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/nate-kehlmeier-3b52a6175 Recovery Institute of Ohio 1019
Episode 06 Show Notes: The type of voiceover work I do I specialize in medical narration, e-learning, audiobooks, explainer videos, and podcasting. I am “confident, calm, and trustworthy, like a big sister you actually want to listen to.” How did I know which genres of voiceover to start with? In a nutshell, Instincts and research.
EPISODE 05: INTERVIEW WITH HAROLD KINKER, RETIRED OHIO PHARMACIST
Episode 05 Show Notes: Interview with Harold Kinker, Retired Ohio Pharmacist Harold Kinker, Retired Ohio Pharmacist University of Toledo College of Pharmacy Class of 1970 (BS Pharmacy Degree) email@example.com When I joined the staff of Walgreens store 5323 in Toledo, OH in 2002, Harold was the pharmacy manager. Harold was a mentor and became a
TPV Episode 04 Show notes: Mistakes I have made I have made mistakes along my journey from pharmacist to voice actor. It’s ok to share your mistakes. Why would I create a podcast episode to talk about mistakes I have made? I want you to know that I’m human. I make mistakes, but I try
Episode 03 Show Notes I interviewed my Uncle Tom Titkemeier in November 2019, in Toledo, OH. This is THE FIRST PODCAST I ever recorded. The show notes include insights from the interview, Uncle Tom’s contact info, and organizations and websites mentioned. There were street sweepers, dump trucks, and other heavy machines collecting leaves in the
In Episode 02, I talked about coaches and how they have helped me. Without help, I would not be where I am today. This episode is not a how-to lesson on getting started in voiceover. I’m just sharing my story. My first motorcycle was a Honda Shadow VLX. Now, I drive a BMW C400X scooter.
INTRODUCING KIM NEWLOVE Welcome to the first episode of The Pharmacist’s Voice Podcast! I am making a career transition from pharmacist to voice actor. This podcast will have solo shows and interview shows. During the solo shows, I will share my journey and what goes into making a career transition. You don’t need to be