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Priscilla and Michael Roderick Have Unrestricted Access

What do you think of when you hear the word “access?” Do you think of exclusive backstage tickets, a master key, or getting your foot in the door? In this episode, Momma Bird Priscilla McKinney and Michael Roderick, host of the podcast “Access to Anyone,” discuss how access is less about sneaking in, and more about sharing interest.

Michael went from being a high school English teacher to a Broadway producer in under two years,  then started his journey toward establishing Small Pond Enterprises. From there, he launched his podcast and started sharing his strategies and mindsets, which include associative leverage, vertical threading and carrying bags of apples. This episode is also dedicated to all the acronym fans out there. Your moment, full of RAB and TAC, has finally come. Bask in the glory.

Some housekeeping links:

Michael’s fave podcast: The Unmistakable Creative

Michael’s go-to app: Evernote

Michael’s present-favorite books: This is Marketing by Seth Godin + Overdeliver by Brian Kurtz

Aforementioned acronym fans: Please take a moment from your acronym-filled days to subscribe, rate and review Ponderings from the Perch on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are one way that your collective of fellow acronym-lovers will be able to find our show. Did we not dedicate this episode to you???

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