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Like most things in our world, we had to cancel our upcoming MarieTV shoot in New York City due to the coronavirus pandemic. But this cancellation came with a clear silver lining. It’s given me an extraordinary opportunity to experiment with lots of ideas for MarieTV and The Marie Forleo Podcast.
Including one enticing idea I got during my worldwide Everything is Figureoutable book tour last year.
While on tour, I discovered that I love doing radio shows — chat shows in particular. I thought, “Oh my goodness. Having my own radio-style chat show would be SO much fun, but my plate is super full. It’s not something I can commit to right now.”
Enter coronavirus, stage left.
Like many of you, I’m committed to staying home to help flatten this curve and protect the vulnerable. Currently, I’m in LA with Josh and Kuma, and I don’t know when it will be safe to head back to New York City. (Though I’m 100% inspired and glued to the screen watching Governor Cuomo’s daily press briefings. THE BEST.) In the meantime, I’ve set up a little DIY podcasting studio in my kitchen and I’m simultaneously filming on my iPhone.In times of crisis, the antidote to hopelessness is often helpfulness. Click To Tweet
In a messy, who-knows-what-the-hell-this-will-turn-out-to-be-way, I’m getting a chance to experiment with some of my radio show fantasies — like getting to connect with YOU on the air.
I want you to leave me a voice message.
If you have a question you’ve always wanted to ask or a topic you’ve always wanted me to tackle, now’s your chance. You’re going to help decide what we talk about on upcoming episodes of The Marie Forleo Podcast and MarieTV.
Your question can be about business, life, relationships, beauty, whatever. We can debate the best zombie movie or the #1 pizza place in NYC or whatever your heart desires. Nothing is off the table.
To get a taste of the vibe we’re playing with, watch or listen to today’s episode.
Here’s what we cover:
- 4:40 — The antidote to hopelessness.
- 5:40 — 3 inspiring business owners who are turning pandemic-related obstacles into opportunities for growth and contribution.
- 10:27 — How to find or create meaning out of unavoidable suffering.
- 13:40 — The story behind my radio chat show fantasy.
After you watch or listen, scroll down to leave your voice message.
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How to leave your voice message for Marie:
Step 1) Craft a 60-second (max!) question using the following format:
“Hey Marie, it’s _______ and I’m from ________, and here’s my question for you: _______.”
Step 2) Grab some headphones and a desktop/laptop if possible. (Some phone users will have no problem, but we’ve found that recording works best if you use a desktop or laptop.)
Step 3) Find a quiet area where you won’t be disturbed, then record your question!
We’re looking for fresh, new questions that we haven’t already covered in our library of 400+ MarieTV episodes.
Note: By recording a voicemail you grant consent for its public use on air.
Thank you so much for playing along. I’m really excited to hear your voice and excited to tackle some fresh questions. If you haven’t already, please subscribe on your favorite podcast platform so you don’t miss an episode: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts.
Now, I’d love to hear from you. How are you finding encouragement and connection during this time? (If you haven’t yet seen it, be sure to bookmark our Coronavirus Support Guide.)
Share as much detail as possible in your reply. Thousands of incredible souls come here each week for insight and inspiration and your words may help someone else have a meaningful breakthrough. Important: share your thoughts and ideas directly in the comments. Links to other posts, videos, etc. will be deleted as they come across as spammy.
Take really good care of yourself. Stay strong and if at all possible, please stay home. We got this, as long as we all do it, together.
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With all my love,