Ask Me Anything (AMA)! I answer your questions related to Productivity, Leadership, Entrepreneurship—really any question—every Friday on a special edition of The LEADx Show and Extreme Productivity and Potential podcasts.
Click the button below to record your question. Please keep it to about a minute or less, and while you can mention your company or website once, please no direct sales messages. Read the full guidelines below and then click that button and use your computer’s microphone to ask me anything!
If I use your question on air, you’ll hear from me via email asking you for your regular shipping address so I can send you a small thank you gift. It might be a t-shirt, or mug, or signed book or some other surprise.
Once a week on the LEADx Show and Extreme Productivity and Potential Show, I answer your questions about anything, but usually they’re about leadership, productivity, entrepreneurship or being an author/speaker.
To leave a question, all you need is an Internet connection and microphone (your phone and laptop mics work great). Speakpipe.com is the web service that captures your question and lets us play it back on the air.
To qualify for the show:
- Please keep your question to one minute in length. Be concise and specific.
- If you have a company name and website URL, you can mention it once during the recording. For example: “Hi, my name is Linda Smith. My company is Linda’s Candy and my website is [url]. My question is . . .”
- Keep your questions polite, no cursing and don’t disparage any other person or company.
Because of the number of questions I get, submitting a qualified question is no guarantee that it will be featured on the podcast, but I’ve got a pretty good track record of getting to most of them. If your question is similar to one I’ve already answered, then I’ll have to skip it. Thanks for understanding, and thanks for listening.
IMPORTANT: Please remember that by submitting a voicemail question, you’re agreeing to and accepting of the above podcast guidelines as well as allowing me to share it publicly on the podcast.
Thanks for listening!