Thursday, February 22, 2007

Automobile University- A great place to beat the blues

I've about given up on getting much useful information from the radio on my commute to and from work. That's a sad thing for me to say, especially since I have a number of folks who read my words that are either current or former radio station employees.

But motivational speaker Zig Ziglar has given many the following idea- Turn your car to Automobile University. I spend about as much time in the WIXYmobile everyday as I would in a classroom if I would be taking two college courses.

Last night I loaded into my trusty mp3 player "48 Days to the Work You Love", the weekly radio program hosted by Dan Miller and Tim Knox, originating from Nashville Tennessee. I am one who is always looking for ways to expand my horizons and keep my options open. Even if you aren't looking for a new job, this podcast will give you new ideas on enhancing your present situation. If you happen to feel stuck in your current J-O-B then the podcast might be something you might want to look into.

Also being someone who likes Christian teaching programs, I will load "Proclaim!" the Moody program, as this week they are featuring a message by E.V. Hill given at Founders Week in 1980.

Many complain about what's on the radio. With the help of modern technology, I am doing something about it, at least for myself.

1 comment:

Mike Dane said...

I understand what you're saying and
I think what you're doing is great.
I bought an after market radio/CD
player for my car and I listen to
CD's more than anything else.
It also has a plug for an mp3 player if I ever buy that Zune I have my
eye on. Almost makes me wish I had
to commute. NOT!

Mike Dane