We march on#2

20 Feb

So we had a meeting with the healthy dish team yesterday, and i tell ya it was needed but one of those things where it leaves a person very drained. In business there i alot to account for and dealing with different personalities can be very tiring at best. A few things i did take away from the meeting was that the business side of things needs to be taken care of right from the start or things can get very sticky, also be upfront with people so there are no misunderstandings on either ends. I do work with a young lady that i am very proud of, she’s one of my producers and her name is Teresa, she has rolled along with me through the great days and the days where we shake our heads at each other and wonder why and what were doing here. I guess why im writing about this today is that lessons are learned each day, each day we figure out who we are just a bit more, it seem to be an ongoing battle or a walk but one that im glad to be on, my faith has allowed me to know where my focus really lies and when the cameras are gone and the blogs and tweets are not around i can be confident of many things.

On another note of the journals from this week, i got a call from Dr oz show and they want me to come out this Tuesday and do a segment on wed, i do have to say the staff and the producers and truly the best i have worked with. I may not be able to make it because i had some other things to do but there top-notch, so if you get a chance to work with them it will be a pleasure, this week we have a big meeting on monday about some advertising for the radio show, we really need some advertisers to come through as that’s what makes the wheels keep going, the news letter will also be out at the end of the week and were so excited about that, Teresa showed me the rough and its soooo awesome, as you can tell im writing this myself, because im sure my grammar and spelling need tons of work, but jut wanted to let you in a bit on the making of the healthy dish.



One Response to “We march on#2”

  1. Kathleen M. Schmidt February 24, 2010 at 7:57 pm #

    It takes a village to raise a child just as it takes a strong team to put together a business such as this. Never lose sight of your vision Charles, you have so much to offer and I love your work. Much love from your friend, Kathleen.

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