Subjective Messaging Podcast Season Eight Recap and Review

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Subjective Messaging Podcast Season Eight Recap

Below is the Season Eight list of The brand messaging podcast Wait Wait What Really OK. This includes the images, IMDb links to the episode information as well as a link to each of the episodes on Pandora.

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Wait What Really OK Podcast Season Eight Episode List

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Individualized and inclusive approach to healthy eating.
(aired 22 Feb. 2021)
Radio.com Episode Link

Sharing an individualized and inclusive approach to eating that honors cultural and personal preferences, Dawn Tucci is a personalized and inclusive health advocate as well as my guest today.
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Is PEMF objectively proven or a subjective pseudoscience?
(aired 22 Feb. 2021)
iHeartRadio Episode Link
Digging into the vetted, verified and valuable intelligence surrounding PEMF as well as the hearsay, hype and hoopla with Tim Daniels, a well versed and in the know guy when it comes to PEMF Therapy.

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Exploring and engaging autism with Doctor Todd Peter Levine.
(aired 11 Feb. 2021)
Pandora Episode Link
Exploring and engaging autism with Doctor Todd Peter Levine. Amplifying the stories and experiences of autism through an engaging podcast format.

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Amplified authentic opinions and intelligence to consider
(aired 11 Jan. 2021)
Stitcher Episode Link
When opinions are taken into account for the authority and not just counted for popularity, the results amplify a new level of authentic and authoritative data that can be as helpful for the company as it is the consumer.

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Shop local shaming and small business messaging missteps
Spreaker Episode Link
(aired 27 Nov. 2020)
There is no solid, honorable or professional reason whatsoever to shame someone for not buying something at your shop or at a local shop.

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Brand messaging mission statement and message methodology
(aired 11 Nov. 2020)
Episode Link for Website
A brand messaging mission statement or brand messaging mandate of sorts from Loren Weisman sharing his views from the culmination of his experiences and education that leads him to approach brand messaging this way.

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8.4
Strategic patience and pressure when preparing a launch.

(aired 1 Nov. 2020)
Apple Podcasts Episode Link
By using tactical timing as well as strategic and humble patience while preparing for a launch, it can allow for the right results for you and your product, service or vision to lift off in the most effective way possible.

“If the story you are sharing is not yours, it is just another story that more than likely has already been shared may times.”

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“If the story you are sharing is not yours, it is just another story that more than likely has already been shared may times.”

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8.3
Transparency and accountability in air conditioning repair?
(aired 25 Oct. 2020)
Amazon Episode Link
From air conditioning repair to any other kind of repair service, often times the communication is off for both the provider and the customer. With mutual awareness of the others perception, comes a faster resolve and better transparency.


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8.2
Do not vote if you do not want to vote. Voting is a right.
(aired 14 Oct. 2020)
Podbean Episode Link

The toxicity and force placed into telling people to vote has backed fired for many years and in many elections. Taking a more engaging, respectful approach might bring more people to the table, while allowing others to feel less attacked.

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Mary Poppins Messaging and Practically Perfect Perceptions
(aired 11 Oct. 2020)
Player.Fm Episode Link

Looking into the perception of your messaging to ensure the intention of that message is heard by the most people possible while staying authentic to your authority and methodology.

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Wait What Really OK Podcast.
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 Season Eight is great?
A whole bunch of shows from season seven of Wait What Really OK can be found on the
WWROK Season Eight IMDb Page

Lucky number Seven…
The culmination and collection of season seven of Wait What Really OK can be found on the
WWROK Season Seven IMDb Page

Season Six episodes…
The full series from season six of Wait What Really OK can be found on the
WWROK Season Six IMDb Page

Season Five of the podcast…
The episodes from season five of Wait What Really OK can be found on the
WWROK Season Five IMDb Page
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The Brand Messaging Podcast Wait What Really OK is a methodical, comical and informational podcast sharing authentic brand messaging, optics approaches & strategies for honorable authority driven businesses.
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Brand Messaging Strategist Loren Weisman is a contributor for FSG Messaging and Optics. Loren focuses on the authenticity, authority, optics, psychology and perceptions of a brand, persona or product. Loren is also the host of the brand messaging podcast; Wait What Really OK.
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Brand Messaging Podcast Music Credits 1:
Opening Theme Song
“Fully Licensed Wait What Really Ok Theme Song” by RKVC.
Copyright 2016 eMbloh Music (ASCAP)/ Cienzo Music (BMI).
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Brand Messaging Podcast Music Credits 2:
Closing Theme Song
“News and Information Podcast Percussion Outro” by Doug Hinrichs.
Copyright 2016 Dig And Be Dug Music (BMI).
Administered by Bass Ackwards Music (BMI).
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Subjective Messaging Podcast Season Eight Recap and Review
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Loren Weisman is a brand messaging strategist with a focus on the authenticity, authority, optics, psychology and perceptions of a brand, persona or product for The Fish Stewarding Group. FSG is stewarding strategic solutions by educating, developing and transitioning businesses through strategic guidance and process architecture.