Experience. One word that can spell the difference between success and failure. For those who keep an open mind and humbly seek out those with experience, the odds of finding a fresh perspective and achieving a desired goal increases exponentially.
For over three years, Paul Casey, host of Voices of EXPERIENCE and founder of Casey Communications, Inc., has welcomed guests to his radio show in an effort to inform and inspire listeners. His special brand of clear and candid discussion with guests of vast and varying experiences has become a welcome respite for those weary of “shock talk” and self-aggrandizing media.
Benny Mathers, Producer, joins him in the studio each week, and Paul credits him with helping the radio show sound its technical best.
Listeners have two options when tuning to Voices of EXPERIENCE. The program airs Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m. and Wednesdays at 8 a.m. The radio show even has a podcast version, which can be downloaded here.
“My major focus is exactly what the title of the show suggests. Experience,” said Paul, adding, “Theory is great, but experience is king.”
Paul said he subscribes to Mikal Thompson’s belief that “the best way to get what you want, is by getting to the people who already have it.”
In addition to covering a myriad of business subjects, Paul’s show includes profiles of fascinating people and segments on travel, health, fitness, public policy, real estate and personal finances.
Paul admits his biggest challenge each week has been finding compelling subject matter. Those who tune in, know why, as Paul’s show is no fluff piece. . .both he and his guests dive deep into the chosen topic. Despite the time challenges involved, Paul says he has every intention of staying true to his formula.
“I like the format that I am working with right now and want to continue with this approach through the fall. The world is a very different place than it was six months ago. Flexibility is needed at almost every turn in life right now. That goes for the show as well,” he said, adding, “We have a huge election coming up this fall. I am torn about how much coverage the show will focus on during the election season. People will be bombarded with very contentious information twenty-four, seven.”
Paul says in planning for the fall programming, he struggles with whether to give listeners a needed a break from the political “noise” versus his desire his take on the national events.
In the end, he says, his views will be heard.
“Whatever I decide, it will be highly partisan and I make no apologies for that.”
Paul is no stranger to media, for years he hosted a program on the heritage station, KIXI 880AM, and executed radio campaigns for Microsoft and other major and not so major companies.
In addition to his radio show and communications business, Paul also helps his wife with the Doney-Coe Pet Clinic, which provides veterinary care for low-income and homeless people. The charity was recently featured on many Public Service Announcements heard on Hubbard Radio Seattle’s family of stations in the Seattle Radio market.
To learn more about Paul and his engaging program, log on here. While on his website, be sure to take the five-minute, self-employment quiz. The higher you score the higher your prospects for success!
As for his show, he wants you to join him on a journey of learning. Each week, voices of experience, are waiting to be heard.