My Husband Interviewed Me

If you are in summer mode, I hope you are soaking in every drop!

This is my absolute favorite time of year, so I have been making sure to get out for long walks, even in the sweltering heat. I can’t help myself. I love a good sweat.

Now that book edits are pretty much done, I am excited to get back in a writing groove here on the blog.

But today, rather than a written post, I want to share a really special interview I did – with my husband.

He interviewed me for his podcast, The Squeeze.

In our episode, Media, Mantras and Mamas, we discuss personal branding, the art of marketing, and how recording a podcast counts as a date night once you’ve had a baby.

Lance is the CEO of 4C, a data science and advertising technology company that in a nutshell, partners with companies like Facebook, Pinterest, NBC Universal and more to help big named brands like Target, IBM, Sony pictures, Turner, General Mills and Wrigley reach their desired audience more effectively.

In addition to growing this company to over 250 employees and offices around the world (yes, I like to brag about my huz), The Squeeze is his passion project where he gets the opportunity to blend his love of music, technology and juicy conversation on a weekly basis.

We recorded this one evening after work hours, so we got ourselves a babysitter, poured ourselves a drink at the studio, and got into it.

He even made me blush at one point.

And I got super emotional when talking about motherhood.

Come on over and take a listen HERE.

And if you like hearing experts in the marketing technology industry talk about some pretty cool things that you WILL see happening in the coming months, be sure to subscribe as his interviews are really, really good!

I hope you enjoy and I will “see” you in your inbox next week!


P.S. I will be doing my annual Say it, Sweat it, Get it Challenge again this fall. Be on the lookout for a link to join us in the next few weeks:)


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