In the kickoff episode of season three, Angela discusses why now is the right time to start a podcast and provides actionable tips on how you can move forward. She also shared some of on the projects she’s been working on over the last seven months, including a weekly newsletter and the newly opened Triangle Podcast Studio in Cary North Carolina.
In the third episode of Season Two, Angela focuses on the importance and benefits of being thoughtful when posting comments and sharing your point-of-view on content shared on social media channels. The time it takes to post something relevant, interesting or that advances the conversation is worth the payoff it may yield, and you never know who’s watching.
In the second episode of season two, Angela Connor shares a very personal story to drive home the idea of paying attention to the actions of the people around you, particularly as a business owner, and using that information to guide your decisions.
In episode seven, the first of season two, Angela talks about the importance of developing your own personal social media policy and shared bits and pieces of her own. She first wrote about this on the blog she started back in 2007 and maintained through 2011. You can find Angela’s original post from January 2011, here.
In Episode 6, Angela recounts a conversation over lunch with a group of dynamic, accomplished women during a week that included meetings with high achieving women at the top of their game. When 'luck' is brought into the conversation, she quickly shares her perspective - which is the focus of today's Aha! Moment.
In this Christmas Day bonus episode, what seemingly starts off as a rant about double-digit recipient group text messages, turns into an Aha! Moment about understanding the wants and needs of your audiences and truly empathizing with their experience. Tune in for Angela Connor’s four-minute point of view on what she calls, “the group text message monster.
In the fourth episode, Angela Connor, Founder and CEO of Change Agent Communications talks about “attitude.” To make the point, and bring home the Aha! Moment, she opens up about how her four-month-old Raleigh, North Carolina agency is different from the rest, largely due to her own attitude and stance on how she’ll work with clients and the value she places on her own and her employees’ expertise. You’ll definitely want to give up four minutes of your day for this one.
How many times have you read or heard someone proclaim that “print is dead?” What about TV? When it comes to paid media and developing media strategy it’s easy to put all of your eggs in the digital basket. But you also have to know your audience and be committed to meeting them where they are. In episode three of “Aha! Moments with Change Agent Communications,”, Angela Connor, CEO and Founder of the agency, jumps right into the Aha! Moment, without introduction. Tune in to find out why this “Aha! Moment is relevant to anyone trying to reach an audience.