My Most Memorable Radio Segments

Posted on September 7, 2017


Isn’t it funny that you do not realize how quickly and imperceptibly time slips away?

You blink, and your newborn baby girl is suddenly twelve and talking about boys. By the way, to all prospective suitors, I carry in my trunk at all times a shovel and a bag of lye – just saying.

Anyway, I digress.

Back in March 2009, I aired my first PI Window radio show on Blog Talk Radio. I was reminded of this recently when someone asked me for a list of my most memorable shows.

As I began to scan the pages upon pages of segment archives, reflecting on the many interesting discussions I have had over the years with some pretty amazing people, I suddenly realized that I have been doing this for a very long time.

Some of you who have been following my blog for many years may recall some of the names that appear on the list below. People like Lawrence O’Donnell III, the first Undercover Boss from the hit CBS show of the same name, or Canadian Trade Minister Stockwell Day.

I still remember Rob Bernshteyn’s contributions as a guest panelist on the Titans of The SaaS World series eight years ago not long after he became the CEO of Coupa. I guess we don’t need to ask the “where are they now” question concerning Rob.

Of course one of my favorite segments was when I crossed the boundary from the business world to the entertainment industry to interview former Three Dog Night lead singer Chuck Negron regarding his use of crowd funding platform Kickstarter to finance his Then and Now album. It was still a business segment because of the crowdfunding angle, but it was also fun because I was a fan of the band.

So here is the list in no particular order of my most memorable segments, although at the end of the day every one of the 800 plus guests were memorable in their way.




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