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Voices of Experience plans a compelling Nov 26th show!

Paul Casey, host of Voices of Experience (VEO), says his November 26th edition is one not to be missed. Each week on Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m. (repeated Wednesdays at 8 a.m.) Paul’s half-hour program showcases people with deep experience in their fields. VOE has an emphasis in self-employment, but the show also features timely topics including lifestyle, public affairs, health, fitness, and travel.

“Theory is useful, but I like to talk with people with experience in their chosen fields. I’d rather chat with a pilot who successfully landed a plane in a violent storm, than one who could tell me theoretically what he or she might do,” said Paul.

The planned Tuesday, November 26th show is no exception to his vision, and, in fact, is particularly fascinating.

First, Paul will speak with Frank Shankwitz, founder of the Make A Wish foundation. The Make a Wish Foundation started in 1980. The story behind it’s creation is as compelling as the Foundation itself.

“If it wasn’t for the TV show ‘Chips’ there never would have been a Make A Wish Foundation,” said Paul, adding, “There is a movie circulating right now about Frank’s life called: Wish Man. Frank is a very colorful character and we had good chemistry during our conversation.”

Next up is Melissa Block, a special correspondent for NPR and was co-host of All Things Considered from 2013 through 2015. She spoke about the anti-journalism environment today and calls out President Trump as characterizing journalists as the “Enemy of the People.” The title of the segment will be “Are you an Enemy of the People?”

Rounding out the conversation-packed show will be Lenox Scott, CEO of John L. Scott, who will briefly talk about what to expect in 2020 and beyond in the local real estate market.

Paul Casey is a noted author, radio show host and business consultant.

For more information visit voicesofexperience.com. On his website, you can take his popular five-minute self employment quiz. Paul says that the higher you score the higher your prospects for success!

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