George Elliott has 40+ years experience in media and marketing. Recently he and his wife watched TV and discovered some interesting facts about advertising. In this episode Elliott looks at the changes they noticed and that not all of them are good changes.
In this podcast episode, George Elliott looks at reasons why products don’t have the longevity that they used to have. There are several factors that contribute to this and he reviews a few of them. Visit his website Midlife Career Changes to learn more about one of his ebooks.
Social media is a good thing. It is also a bad thing. In this podcast episode George Elliott takes a look at a handful of mistakes people often make with social media. You may be surprized what they are. Find out more about him at Looseink Freelance Ninja.
It’s that time of year again. Dandelions are appearing everywhere. However, at George Elliott’s house they just let the yellow ‘weeds’ take over and fill their yard. Find out why that is in this interesting podcast about dandelions.
George Elliott is a self-taught macro photographer. He loves to spend time shooting photos of things we normally don’t even notice. In this podcast, learn his tips on how you can take great macro photos with your camera.
George Elliott and his wife, Brenda have space in their yard to garden. Only they haven’t been too serious about it until the past year. They have also found reasons why gardening is good for your health. This podcast explores that further.
George Elliott is a ghostwriter. He writes all kinds of web content and blogs for those who either can’t do it themselves or don’t have the time. Find out in this podcast episode why ghostwriters can improve your website with new, creative and fresh content. Learn more about Elliott’s work at Looseink Freelance Ninja.
Are you one of those people who gets pertrified with fear on Friday the 13th? Well, George Elliott isn’t, but he feels for you. In this episode, he takes a look at some strange facts about this ‘bad luck’ day.
George Elliott has been volunteering for years and believes it is a good thing to do. In this episode, he looks at the benefits you receive by giving of your time to a local charity or non-profit organization. Two groups he is presently involved in are the Granite Creek Preservation Society and the Princeton & District Museum & Archives Society.
George Elliott has started to develop an interest in cryptocurrencies. He has tried mining a few and discovered one that is a great introduction to cryptocurrency. Known as Electroneum (ETN), this new digital currency is designed for mobile mining. Find out more at www.electroneum.com and enter Referral Code E7ABC3 when you join the mining pool.
We’ve recently sprung forward by an hour in observance of Daylight Saving Time. It’s something we do in our part of Western Canada but have you ever wondered why we do it in the first place? There are several myths related to DST and in this podcast episode George Elliott takes a look at the five most popular ones.
Well, wouldn’t you know it. A piece of food eaten by George Elliott made him sick. But in ways much sicker than your average stomach flu or virus. In this episode, learn the tricks to help you beat the nasty symptoms tossed at you as your body tries to fight it off and make you feel better.
There are so many home cold remedies out there. When George Elliott and his wife Brenda get the sniffles, they have some favourites they turn to all the time. Find out what they are in this week’s podcast episode.
It’s mid-February and the snow does not seem to be coming to an end. George Elliott looks at things to do when you are restricted from doing much of anything thanks to a heavy snowfall. Visit one of the home-based businesses he operates with his wife, Brenda at www.JamBusters.ca.
George Elliott has stumbled and bumbled his way through the past three weeks of podcasts. Is there something wrong? They don’t seem to be as regular as they were up until recently. In this episode, he pokes fun at his slightly off track schedule.
George Elliott lives in a cold, wintery part of British Columbia, Canada. By the time February rolls around each year, it signals a near end to winter. In this episode, he discusses some of the best things that come with the shortest month of the year.
George Elliott most certainly does not want to be the last person on Earth…but if it happened, what would he do? In this episode he shares ideas on what you should do and even a couple of ideas on what you could get away with doing as well.
George Elliott is a ghostwriter. He has decades of writing experience but has been freelancing professionally for just the past four years. He shares some valuable tips in this podcast episode on how to get along better and become successful as a freelance writer.
It may be a New Year but did you know that in January you can also scoop some pretty good deals? Retailers and other businesses want/need your business in January and will cut you some pretty good discounts. In this episode, George Elliott looks at some of the better ones.
George Elliott has been providing play-by-play coverage of the local Junior B hockey team for eight seasons. He has applied several different lifeskills to the process and has also pulled lifeskills from the games into his daily life. This podcast episode discusses how valuable different lifeskills can be.