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My First Podcast Interview

As a result of my Money Talks presentation at the Words Fair of Money I came into contact with Coin World writer Chris Bulfinch. Chris wanted to talk with me about an article he was working on concerning Laura Gardin Fraser. At the end of that conversation he asked me if I would be willing to do a podcast interview with him of which I was only too happy to do.

 

Last week that interview was posted on Coin World's website as episode 027. After listening to the interview I think it went pretty well. The first 19 minutes of the podcast was dedicated to a conversation between the hosts of the podcast Chris Bulfinch and Jeff Starck. My interview then occupied the rest of the podcast which was almost 43 minutes in length.

 

Finally I want to thank the ANA for putting me in touch with Chris who was unable to attend my Money Talks presentation but followed up to contact me through the ANA. This was a lot of fun for me and I am amazed by the people I have worked with and come into contact with over the years through my Laura Gardin Fraser collection. It is truly a privilege and a blessing to be involved with so many of the fine people associated with this hobby! Gary

 

The following is a link to my podcast: https://www.coinworld.com/coinworld-podcast

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I read the related article in the Coin World monthly issue that just came out.  LGF deserves a spot on the Mt. Rushmore of Medal and Coin Engravers. 

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I just finished listening your podcast and found it very informative and very interesting. You did a great job.... if that was me I would have been tripping over my own words and not to mention freezing up at every question I was asked.    Your a natural at this......Congratulation  :applause::applause::applause:

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22 hours ago, Iceman said:

I just finished listening your podcast and found it very informative and very interesting. You did a great job.... if that was me I would have been tripping over my own words and not to mention freezing up at every question I was asked.    Your a natural at this......Congratulation  :applause::applause::applause:

It all starts with little or no fear of public speaking. After that you'd be surprised. If you are passionate about what you speak of and are well versed in what you are speaking of you'll be amazed by what you can do. I have no doubt that you can speak intelligibly and passionately about your Icelandic coins! (It comes out in your writing). (thumbsu

BTW, thank you for your kind comments. I must say that when I recorded the podcast I was a little apprehensive about how it would come out. However, after listening to it, I also thought that it turned out pretty good. Gary. 

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Some of you may or may not know that I also blog on the ANA's website. There are two posts I made there on my Money Talks presentation at the ANA's World's Fair of Money that I have chosen not to post here. In one of the posts I write about my preparation for the talk and the other on the delivery of the talk. If you are interested I am posting the links to both posts.

 https://www.money.org/collector/coinsbygary/blog/the-making-of-this-money-talks-presenter-part-1-preparation-

https://www.money.org/collector/coinsbygary/blog/the-making-of-this-money-talks-presenter-part-2-delivery-

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