How Our Experiences Help Us Better Serve Our Clients
I recently had the opportunity to be interviewed by an old friend and colleague Brant Fricker on his cable network show Word on the Street. Since we are celebrating Women’s History Month throughout March, I thought it would be a great time to toot my own horn a little bit and share some of my story with you.
Brant and I had fun on this interview, we go way back – back to my church days and leading an 80 voice gospel choir. Brant was a kid when he joined the choir and just learning to play his trumpet. Since that time, Brant has moved on in the entertainment industry in music and television. He also has written a book – Hollywood Marketing on a Mayberry Budget – and had a successful career in marketing as well. We had a lot to talk about. PLUS, Brant is a ball of fire, full of life and joy, and if I must say so, quite the flatterer too!☺️ It was great catching up with Brant and talking about everything Sandy Hibbard, I don’t get the opportunity to do that very often.
One of the highlights of the interview was when Brant asked me if my experience in music, performing, writing, and leadership helped me better serve my clients, the answer resounded inside me – “YES! I have a lot to bring to the table!”
My take home was this: When you wrap up the sum of your experiences and use it in what you LOVE to do, you will discover many facets of your past that contribute to today’s successes. We are the sum total of all the years we have spent learning how to live and be. All of that was fun to see as the conversation with Brant unfolded. I hope you enjoy it as much as i did!