To say I was delighted to be invited to the Dr. Pat Radio show for an interview is an understatement. Dr. Pat is known for interviewing top thought leaders and the mission of the show is to broadcast a distinctive blend of live talk radio interviews with a mix of uplifting and intelligent news, educational and practical information. Topics range from personal development to critical issues relevant to a rapidly changing world. As Dr. Pat says, “We talk about everything from sex to spirituality with a vibration that honors the dignity of the human spirit.” Dr. Pat’s mission ties in nicely with my mission to give women a voice to turn your ideas into something that matters.
In a nutshell, I’m challenging the traditional copywriting formula of “Problem. Agitate. Solve.” because it really isn’t working with women and it doesn’t feel right — when something doesn’t feel right, that generally means it isn’t right…
You can hear more about this is a HOT topic when you listen to the replay of the Dr. Pat Radio Show ( Dr. Pat Baccili is known as the Oprah of talk radio). Catch the replay by clicking this link. You’ll hear a lively disucssion about what’s working and what isn’t and why it’s absolutly time for a change. We discuss how marketing in the new paradigm is radically shifting from a masculine model to a feminine model. Listen in as Dr. Pat, Linda Joy and I discuss what we see happening in the world of marketing, copywriting and adversting and why NOT is the time for change. Linda Joy is publisher of Aspire Magazine where my philosophies first hit the mainstream when I graced the cover of the April/May issue of Aspire and my article Find Your Voice: The New Marketing Model for Success is Here is featured.
Dr. Pat is know for bringing together some of the planet’s most preeminent and visionary change makers: best-selling authors, motivational speakers, leading-edge scientists and futurists, environmentalists and educators, world-renowned spiritual leaders, inventors, filmmakers, artists, mystics, and healers that are stimulating and supporting individual and collective growth, positive cultural shifts, and making a meaningful difference in the world.
I’d love to hear your thoughts about the interview. Feel free to weigh in here. Are you creating marketing messages with integrity?