Hi, and thanks for stopping by my contact page!
If you are here to answer the question I ask in this episode of the We Turned Out Okay podcast, thank you sooooo much <3
It’s a really important question, and I cannot tell you what it means that you would take time out of your day and life to share.
Here’s the form:
Generally, people contact me for the following reasons:
Is there a person you’d like to nominate as a guest on the show, or would you like to be a We Turned Out Okay guest yourself?
Perhaps one person in 100 who solicits me will make it on the show, but here is how to heighten your chances:
– Be friendly – I am a real person, not an algorithm, and treating me kindly is important. I’ll treat you kindly, I promise.
– DO NOT puff up credentials… This one kills me. It is perfectly all right for you (or the person you nominate) to not be a best-selling author, or renowned orator whose TED talk has garnered hundreds of thousands of views.
Instead of all that, please consider the following:
If, after listening to my show, you identify an area in the rearing of young children that you feel you have great insight on, simply tell me how you would help me bring that important idea to our listeners.
I really try to get back to every person who contacts me, even if you or your nominee is not a good fit to be a guest on the show, but I ask your pardon if I do not get back to you. Just the sheer volume of emails makes this tricky, and once again I’m asking for kind treatment : )
Want to talk about sponsoring the show?
Thank you for thinking of me!
At this time I’m not accepting sponsorships for We Turned Out Okay.
But please use this contact page tell me why you think your product would be a fit for the show, in case I do open up space on the podcast for sponsorships.
Again, thanks for stopping by.
I can’t wait to hear from you!