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Get Your Message Heard

Michael Hudson

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Get Your Message Heard

Get Your Message Heard

Michael Hudson

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Get Your Message Heard podcast shares ideas and insights that can help you grow your expertise-based business.Hosted by Dr. Michael Hudson.

Latest Episodes

104: It’s Time to Hit the Pause Button

OK, no need to bury the lead — the title of this post says it all: “It’s time to hit the pause button on Get Your Message Heard.” It’s not a hasty (or easy) decision, and it is one that I’ve literally spent the last 3 months debating. The driving force behind all that deliberation is my core and foundational belief that what matters most for all of us is playing to our strengths as much as we possibly can. It’s simply never made sense to me for people to work so hard on becoming good at stuff they don’t do well when they can create far more impact when they get better at doing the things they already do well. That’s why I found the book Now Discover Your Strengths by Donald O. Clifton and Marcus Buckingham so compelling when it first came out. Completing the included assessment and learning my top 5 strengths (from the list of 34 total strengths) was liberating and affirming. It also put a lot of things into perspective for me. Like why I always think about the bigger pictu...

40 MIN2019 FEB 18
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104: It’s Time to Hit the Pause Button

103: The Real Story Behind My 60 Pound Weight Loss

If you’ve been listening to the last few episodes of Get Your Message Heard, you’ve recognized that a lot of thinking has been going on in my world. In fact, I’ve done more (and better) strategic thinking about my business in 2019 than I have allowed myself to do in a long time. A big driver of that has been the realignment of myself with my brand and my vision. Let me explain. For years I’ve been living out of balance. Medicating myself with sugar and riding the emotional roller coaster that comes with that — something that it took me much too long to realize was in my way. In this week’s episode I share a bit more about that and reveal the real story behind my 60+ pound weight loss, including the inciting incident that ‘woke’ me to the need to FINALLY solve a lifelong problem. It’s not being shared to push anyone to make a similar journey, but instead to help Get Your Message Heard listeners understand why this change in the way I physically walk the planet now has been s...

34 MIN2019 FEB 11
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103: The Real Story Behind My 60 Pound Weight Loss

102: Approaching 300,000 Followers on Instagram (and much more) with Sam Qurashi

What I love most about having a podcast is the chance to dive into deeper conversations about things that intrigue me and will serve you. This week’s interview aligns perfectly with that. Why did you invite this guy to be a guest? Sam Qurashi and I met in the Heroic Public Speaking Graduate School program last spring. His soothing presence and amazing voice caught my attention immediately. But more important the way he carried himself and his helpful manner of engaging made me immediately realize that he had a lot of value to deliver to my audience. That became even more clear when I learned that he had done something few of us do — he started building his audience before he defined and started his business. The result: He is approaching 300,000 followers on Instagram as he prepares to launch his new business next month. That’s why I invited him to join me for a conversation and share some insight into how he did it and some advice on what we can do to be more effective in servin...

58 MIN2019 FEB 4
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102: Approaching 300,000 Followers on Instagram (and much more) with Sam Qurashi

101: Celebrating a Milestone with an Unscripted Q&A —Part II

Kevin McBroom — What are some creative ways you suggest to overcome self-limiting beliefs/imposter syndrome? Jeanette Bronee — How do you gain clarity about why your message matter so you can craft the message? Mike Brennan — What is the most effective way to determine interest of other surrounding initiative you are looking to launch? Jason Smith —For business goals you set a financial milestone or customers served goal? Bill McConnell — I'm taking a huge leap of faith into an online business concept I've never done before. My money up front. No guarantees on the backend. Exciting potential and value in the middle. What words of encouragement and direction would you give when it comes to getting my "marketing" message heard for this event? Murtaza Versi — Why is it important to have a coach or mentor to help clarify self-imposed obstacles? Paul Klein — In regards to income, how much financial runway in terms of months do you recommend when making a pivot or what I am calling...

59 MIN2019 JAN 28
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101: Celebrating a Milestone with an Unscripted Q&A —Part II

100: Celebrating a Milestone with an Unscripted Q&A—Part I

One of my main objectives for the year ahead is to be more experimental — to stop overthinking and over complicating everything and take more chances. That’s exactly what I did for my 100th episode. Here’s how that worked. I scheduled time to record the episode on a Wednesday after an aborted attempt at something that was way too complicated and had too many opportunities for failure that would impact others. [If it had only been me at risk I might have pushed through, but I hate wasting other people’s time, so I opted for the safe route and chose a different path.] Early on Wednesday morning I posted on Facebook that I was recording my 100th episode @ 1 pm and invited people to submit questions that I could answer. Then I sent 10 direct messages to people who I knew might share a question and personally invited them to do so. By noon I had 24 questions and was ready to record my responses at 1 pm. Then I had another idea — why not broadcast the recording LIVE on Facebook. Afte...

52 MIN2019 JAN 21
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100: Celebrating a Milestone with an Unscripted Q&A—Part I

099: We Need To Talk - Part II

Last week, as a lead up to the 100th episode of Get Your Message Heard next week, Michael took a step back and to explore where we’ve been and where we’re going. In today’s “Part II” he reveals a bit more about the path forward (if you missed it, you might want to listen to Episode 98 before diving into this one so you get the full context). Now, sit back, settle in, and envision that you’re having “Part II” of that one-on-one conversation with Michael that we started last week about what Get Your Message Heard has meant to his business, his clients, and his vision for the future. Here are a few highlights: Repel the Wrong Ones — Focusing your work on serving the people you are best suited to serve is the key to growing your business. Find the ones who fit by leveraging your strengths to deliver solutions to the specific problems they have that transform their lives. Then map your messaging to attract those people and that will help the ones who don’t fit recognize it whic...

28 MIN2019 JAN 14
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099: We Need To Talk - Part II

098: We Need To Talk - Part 1

With the 100th episode of Get Your Message Heard just around the corner, it’s time to take a step back and explore where we’ve been and where we’re going. In today’s episode Michael gets personal about the path he has been on since launching the podcast and sets the stage for sharing a bit about the path forward (tune in to Episode 99 next week to learn more about that). Before diving in to the content of the episode, Michael shared an opportunity that can help you get some personal visibility for your brand…here are the details: A chance to join Michael for the Live Recording of Episode 100 — One of the most rewarding things that has happened since Get Your Message Heard was launched is the moments when listeners reach out to share an insight you’ve received from an episode of the podcast that helped them. If you’re one of those people Michael wants to know what helped you and wants you to help him share it with others who might also benefit. All you have to do is complete ...

32 MIN2019 JAN 7
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098: We Need To Talk - Part 1

097: New Year, New Direction with Michael Hudson

Now out of the interviewer's chair and straight onto the guest seat; surely it is a delight to see a little twist isn't it? Michael Hudson has spent much time over 90+ podcast episodes interviewing some of the brightest minds on the planet, working as host of the "Get your message heard" podcast. He is a coach, speaker, idea-junkie, and creator of Vision Speaker system, a proven process to help leaders deliver dynamic presentations to communicate change. On his website, www.michaelhudson.com he share insights from working with over 2,500 businesses over the past 30 years, ranging from academia, finance, small business, and politics. But at the heart of it all, he is a teacher, coach, and "idea-junkie" that wants to help grow leaders do work that truly matters. Today, he will be interviewed by a close friend, Jody Maberry, a marketing consultant and podcaster who has pretty much been there from the beginning. Achieving a stability in podcasting Michael Hudson is a slow learner, as he...

45 MIN2018 DEC 31
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097: New Year, New Direction with Michael Hudson

096: Making Elephants Fly with Terry Weaver

Terry Weaver is a renowned speaker, author, event producer, podcaster, Ideapreneur. His real passion is helping people “live life alive” and he does this by traveling around the world and speaking to audiences including young school students. He leads Mastermind Groups and hosts an annual event called “the thing” where creative minds, entrepreneurs and leaders interact and receive coaching. He is the author of the book “Making Elephants Fly” which is centered on his passion and work pretty much summarized in one piece. As one who has ventured into the music industry as an Artiste manager; he has had the opportunity to work with various talents and meet lots of creative personalities along the way. Terry and his wife Leslie live outside Nashville, Tennessee. Terry’s passion and work Terry believes that he is a square peg in a round hole, one of the misfit types who can be revolutionary about the reactions they build up from their environment. He has the “one thing” idea whic...

50 MIN2018 DEC 24
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096: Making Elephants Fly with Terry Weaver

095: Making Your Business and Relationship work with Ann Sheybani & Walt Hampton

It is always inspiring to see a couple who share similar interests and use their passion to touch lives. Ann Sheybani and Walt Hampton, J.D are one such couple. Ann Sheybani is the author of How to Eat the Elephant: Build Your Book in Bite-Sized Steps.She received her Masters in Creative Writing and Literature from Harvard University. She's an elite book coach with a sales and marketing bent and also helps successful entrepreneurs create powerful, expert-positioning books. Her husband, Walt Hampton, J.D. Biography is the Executive Director of Summit Success, LLC, a global personal and professional development firm. He is a business coach, law firm management consultant, leadership trainer & motivational speaker, also the founder of the Positive Leadership Academy. Walt is a leading authority on the application of Positive Psychology in the workplace. He is the best-selling author of Journeys on the Edge: Living a Life That Matters, named a Top 10 Non-Fiction Book in 2013, and a 2014...

55 MIN2018 DEC 17
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095: Making Your Business and Relationship work with Ann Sheybani & Walt Hampton

Latest Episodes

104: It’s Time to Hit the Pause Button

OK, no need to bury the lead — the title of this post says it all: “It’s time to hit the pause button on Get Your Message Heard.” It’s not a hasty (or easy) decision, and it is one that I’ve literally spent the last 3 months debating. The driving force behind all that deliberation is my core and foundational belief that what matters most for all of us is playing to our strengths as much as we possibly can. It’s simply never made sense to me for people to work so hard on becoming good at stuff they don’t do well when they can create far more impact when they get better at doing the things they already do well. That’s why I found the book Now Discover Your Strengths by Donald O. Clifton and Marcus Buckingham so compelling when it first came out. Completing the included assessment and learning my top 5 strengths (from the list of 34 total strengths) was liberating and affirming. It also put a lot of things into perspective for me. Like why I always think about the bigger pictu...

40 MIN2019 FEB 18
Comments
104: It’s Time to Hit the Pause Button

103: The Real Story Behind My 60 Pound Weight Loss

If you’ve been listening to the last few episodes of Get Your Message Heard, you’ve recognized that a lot of thinking has been going on in my world. In fact, I’ve done more (and better) strategic thinking about my business in 2019 than I have allowed myself to do in a long time. A big driver of that has been the realignment of myself with my brand and my vision. Let me explain. For years I’ve been living out of balance. Medicating myself with sugar and riding the emotional roller coaster that comes with that — something that it took me much too long to realize was in my way. In this week’s episode I share a bit more about that and reveal the real story behind my 60+ pound weight loss, including the inciting incident that ‘woke’ me to the need to FINALLY solve a lifelong problem. It’s not being shared to push anyone to make a similar journey, but instead to help Get Your Message Heard listeners understand why this change in the way I physically walk the planet now has been s...

34 MIN2019 FEB 11
Comments
103: The Real Story Behind My 60 Pound Weight Loss

102: Approaching 300,000 Followers on Instagram (and much more) with Sam Qurashi

What I love most about having a podcast is the chance to dive into deeper conversations about things that intrigue me and will serve you. This week’s interview aligns perfectly with that. Why did you invite this guy to be a guest? Sam Qurashi and I met in the Heroic Public Speaking Graduate School program last spring. His soothing presence and amazing voice caught my attention immediately. But more important the way he carried himself and his helpful manner of engaging made me immediately realize that he had a lot of value to deliver to my audience. That became even more clear when I learned that he had done something few of us do — he started building his audience before he defined and started his business. The result: He is approaching 300,000 followers on Instagram as he prepares to launch his new business next month. That’s why I invited him to join me for a conversation and share some insight into how he did it and some advice on what we can do to be more effective in servin...

58 MIN2019 FEB 4
Comments
102: Approaching 300,000 Followers on Instagram (and much more) with Sam Qurashi

101: Celebrating a Milestone with an Unscripted Q&A —Part II

Kevin McBroom — What are some creative ways you suggest to overcome self-limiting beliefs/imposter syndrome? Jeanette Bronee — How do you gain clarity about why your message matter so you can craft the message? Mike Brennan — What is the most effective way to determine interest of other surrounding initiative you are looking to launch? Jason Smith —For business goals you set a financial milestone or customers served goal? Bill McConnell — I'm taking a huge leap of faith into an online business concept I've never done before. My money up front. No guarantees on the backend. Exciting potential and value in the middle. What words of encouragement and direction would you give when it comes to getting my "marketing" message heard for this event? Murtaza Versi — Why is it important to have a coach or mentor to help clarify self-imposed obstacles? Paul Klein — In regards to income, how much financial runway in terms of months do you recommend when making a pivot or what I am calling...

59 MIN2019 JAN 28
Comments
101: Celebrating a Milestone with an Unscripted Q&A —Part II

100: Celebrating a Milestone with an Unscripted Q&A—Part I

One of my main objectives for the year ahead is to be more experimental — to stop overthinking and over complicating everything and take more chances. That’s exactly what I did for my 100th episode. Here’s how that worked. I scheduled time to record the episode on a Wednesday after an aborted attempt at something that was way too complicated and had too many opportunities for failure that would impact others. [If it had only been me at risk I might have pushed through, but I hate wasting other people’s time, so I opted for the safe route and chose a different path.] Early on Wednesday morning I posted on Facebook that I was recording my 100th episode @ 1 pm and invited people to submit questions that I could answer. Then I sent 10 direct messages to people who I knew might share a question and personally invited them to do so. By noon I had 24 questions and was ready to record my responses at 1 pm. Then I had another idea — why not broadcast the recording LIVE on Facebook. Afte...

52 MIN2019 JAN 21
Comments
100: Celebrating a Milestone with an Unscripted Q&A—Part I

099: We Need To Talk - Part II

Last week, as a lead up to the 100th episode of Get Your Message Heard next week, Michael took a step back and to explore where we’ve been and where we’re going. In today’s “Part II” he reveals a bit more about the path forward (if you missed it, you might want to listen to Episode 98 before diving into this one so you get the full context). Now, sit back, settle in, and envision that you’re having “Part II” of that one-on-one conversation with Michael that we started last week about what Get Your Message Heard has meant to his business, his clients, and his vision for the future. Here are a few highlights: Repel the Wrong Ones — Focusing your work on serving the people you are best suited to serve is the key to growing your business. Find the ones who fit by leveraging your strengths to deliver solutions to the specific problems they have that transform their lives. Then map your messaging to attract those people and that will help the ones who don’t fit recognize it whic...

28 MIN2019 JAN 14
Comments
099: We Need To Talk - Part II

098: We Need To Talk - Part 1

With the 100th episode of Get Your Message Heard just around the corner, it’s time to take a step back and explore where we’ve been and where we’re going. In today’s episode Michael gets personal about the path he has been on since launching the podcast and sets the stage for sharing a bit about the path forward (tune in to Episode 99 next week to learn more about that). Before diving in to the content of the episode, Michael shared an opportunity that can help you get some personal visibility for your brand…here are the details: A chance to join Michael for the Live Recording of Episode 100 — One of the most rewarding things that has happened since Get Your Message Heard was launched is the moments when listeners reach out to share an insight you’ve received from an episode of the podcast that helped them. If you’re one of those people Michael wants to know what helped you and wants you to help him share it with others who might also benefit. All you have to do is complete ...

32 MIN2019 JAN 7
Comments
098: We Need To Talk - Part 1

097: New Year, New Direction with Michael Hudson

Now out of the interviewer's chair and straight onto the guest seat; surely it is a delight to see a little twist isn't it? Michael Hudson has spent much time over 90+ podcast episodes interviewing some of the brightest minds on the planet, working as host of the "Get your message heard" podcast. He is a coach, speaker, idea-junkie, and creator of Vision Speaker system, a proven process to help leaders deliver dynamic presentations to communicate change. On his website, www.michaelhudson.com he share insights from working with over 2,500 businesses over the past 30 years, ranging from academia, finance, small business, and politics. But at the heart of it all, he is a teacher, coach, and "idea-junkie" that wants to help grow leaders do work that truly matters. Today, he will be interviewed by a close friend, Jody Maberry, a marketing consultant and podcaster who has pretty much been there from the beginning. Achieving a stability in podcasting Michael Hudson is a slow learner, as he...

45 MIN2018 DEC 31
Comments
097: New Year, New Direction with Michael Hudson

096: Making Elephants Fly with Terry Weaver

Terry Weaver is a renowned speaker, author, event producer, podcaster, Ideapreneur. His real passion is helping people “live life alive” and he does this by traveling around the world and speaking to audiences including young school students. He leads Mastermind Groups and hosts an annual event called “the thing” where creative minds, entrepreneurs and leaders interact and receive coaching. He is the author of the book “Making Elephants Fly” which is centered on his passion and work pretty much summarized in one piece. As one who has ventured into the music industry as an Artiste manager; he has had the opportunity to work with various talents and meet lots of creative personalities along the way. Terry and his wife Leslie live outside Nashville, Tennessee. Terry’s passion and work Terry believes that he is a square peg in a round hole, one of the misfit types who can be revolutionary about the reactions they build up from their environment. He has the “one thing” idea whic...

50 MIN2018 DEC 24
Comments
096: Making Elephants Fly with Terry Weaver

095: Making Your Business and Relationship work with Ann Sheybani & Walt Hampton

It is always inspiring to see a couple who share similar interests and use their passion to touch lives. Ann Sheybani and Walt Hampton, J.D are one such couple. Ann Sheybani is the author of How to Eat the Elephant: Build Your Book in Bite-Sized Steps.She received her Masters in Creative Writing and Literature from Harvard University. She's an elite book coach with a sales and marketing bent and also helps successful entrepreneurs create powerful, expert-positioning books. Her husband, Walt Hampton, J.D. Biography is the Executive Director of Summit Success, LLC, a global personal and professional development firm. He is a business coach, law firm management consultant, leadership trainer & motivational speaker, also the founder of the Positive Leadership Academy. Walt is a leading authority on the application of Positive Psychology in the workplace. He is the best-selling author of Journeys on the Edge: Living a Life That Matters, named a Top 10 Non-Fiction Book in 2013, and a 2014...

55 MIN2018 DEC 17
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095: Making Your Business and Relationship work with Ann Sheybani & Walt Hampton
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