Episode 14

014: “What’s your excuse?” Don't wait until you think your story is good enough to start sharing it with the Blind Blogger Maxwell Ivey

Maxwell Ivey, known internationally as The Blind Blogger is a totally blind man who has transformed himself from a failed carnival owner to a respected equipment broker and who now inspires others to take action. He is an award-winning author of three self-help novels with a fourth due very soon. He is also a hilarious motivational speaker, online media publicist, prolific podcast guest, solo traveler, singer, and host of what’s your excuse.

This conversation will have you thinking about:

  • Showing up anyway instead of waiting to be perfect
  • The importance of sharing your story
  • The difference between traditional radio and podcasting

Connect with Maxwell at https://theblindblogger.net/ and learn about his program for aspiring podcast guests at https://theblindblogger.net/8weeks

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About the Podcast

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Jeneric Conversations
Candid conversations that happen to be recorded.

About your host

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Jen Amos

Jen Amos is an award-winning podcaster and entrepreneur.

Jen first found podcasting in summer 2019 as a way to work through depression and bouts of loneliness. She had recently moved from San Diego, CA (her home of 20+ years) to now Virginia Beach, VA in pursuit of new business ventures.

Jen actively seeks to find common ground through conversation and storytelling to foster connection, community and collaboration. She is known for her active listening skills, candidness, and ability to uncover powerful stories and universal lessons while conversing with her guests. Her favorite topics to cover on her podcast shows involve military families, entrepreneurs, women, and mental health. Since summer 2019, she has conducted 500+ podcast interviews.

Prior to podcasting and moving to the east coast, Jen received her Bachelor’s in Journalism emphasis Public Relations at San Diego State University and was fired from her fourth consecutive job in her young adult years. For more than a decade since, Jen has established a career in sales and in entrepreneurship with experience in the legal industry, online marketing, and now financial services.

During her spare time, Jen volunteers with Veterati, enjoys a leisurely read, and swimming.