Spoken Life Show with Rob Greenlee
Experience the layers around how Powerful Trust Connections can be made with native human communications. We will explore the impact of the old-fashioned spoken word and how it can be used in digital media. Mediums like podcasting, long and short-form video made available globally are making deeper and more meaningful trust connections.
The foundations of trust are enabled with getting back to the fundamentals of human story, instant global connections and communications like has never existed before.
These evolutions are going to transform our human interactions on a global scale and enable a new world of connection that will hopefully heal divisions and enable real and genuine interpersonal relationships with real humans and artificial humans.
Join pioneering audio creator and long-time podcast host Rob Greenlee VP at Libsyn, Hall of Fame podcaster and former host of the first commercial radio show to become a podcast in 2004 as he takes you through his past, present and future of the digitization of the spoken word.
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