This week’s guest is one of the smartest media minds in D.C.: Beverly Hallberg, President and Founder of District Media Group. She’s one of Washington’s absolute best at training people to look and sound great during their media appearances.
Beverly offered a great pre-game analysis about what to expect from the first 2016 Republican primary debate. Plus, we talk about the fascinating race for the Democratic nomination and why Hillary Clinton doesn’t connect well with voters.
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- Every week or so, District Media Group’s blog features an installment of their “Block and Bridge” series, which teaches you how to pivot handle uncomfortable questions and issues. It is, as I said on the podcast, an absolute nugget of gold which they give away for free. It’s worth reading.
- If you’re into Twitter, follow Beverly and District Media Group.
- At the end of the podcast, Beverly expressed optimism for her San Francisco Giants, despite it being an odd-numbered year. Lo and behold, they have tightened up the standings a bit since we recorded.
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