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Lend Me Your Ears!

| written by Alece Ronzino | 3 comments

I don’t know about you, but I’m a big fan of podcasts. Sometimes I wish I had a work commute so I could have more active listening time… but that thought only lasts for about half a second. Instead, I listen while I’m cooking or cleaning or getting ready in the morning. I even listen when I go to bed, each night picking up where I fell asleep the night before… There are just so many great podcasts out there!

One of my recent favorites is called Rising Stories, hosted by a friend of mine. In each episode Corine Sandifer interviews a business owner, entrepreneur, or author. What I love about it is her interview style. It’s really personable and conversational, as if you’re simply listening in on their conversation in a coffee shop.

I recently had the honor of being a guest on the Rising Stories podcast. Our casual conversation touches on the history of One Word 365, what I do for a living, my favorite business apps, and how I stay organized (or attempt to anyway!), with a slight detour about whiskey sours… If you’d like to hear my best business advice, my favorite restaurant in Nashville, or a new tool that could help you with your Airbnb rental — or would simply enjoy getting to know me a bit more — give a listen to my interview.

Mac/iPhone users can subscribe to the podcast and listen here »  {Or just search for Rising Stories wherever you typically listen to podcasts.}

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{I’m also guest posting over on Corine’s blog about why we need to stop should-ing on ourselves.
Link over to read it.}

After pioneering a nonprofit in South Africa for 13 years, Alece Ronzino now lives in Nashville, TN. She’s a nonprofit communications strategist, freelance copywriter/editor, and the founder of One Word 365. More importantly, she dances in the car, talks with her hands, and makes a mean guacamole. She blogs occasionally but candidly about searching for God in the question marks of life and faith. Follow Alece on Instagram and Twitter, and visit her blog, Grit and Glory.

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