Do you remember the old "party line"? You know where 5 people at 5 different houses hear the phone ring, pick up and answer? If the call is for you, you wait until you think you hear everyone else hang up and then you hope that your conversation is private.
If you're kinda nosey like I have been at certain points in my life, you might just hang out a while hoping they don't hear you. Or you need to make a call, but when you pick up the phone, you hear a conversation in progress and you're like rats the line is busy!
CLUBHOUSE, a drop in audio chat is celebrating its one year birthday is kinda like a party line except...
you're invited to eavesdrop--and there's no guilt in dropping in and /or leaving at your leisure.
've heard folks say that this app currently for iphone/ipad users only came at such a great time in our history because folks are hungry to socialize, to chat, to talk things over and to connect.
Anyway for some of you who haven't been able to join the club, so to speak, I thought I'd give my listeners a sneak listen into a recent room I hosted. You may remember Joe Detre from a former episode of the show. Rebecca Wilcox will be featured very soon on the show and I met Terry Price Lohrbeer in a podcasting group. Also Judah Gore piped up - he and the others form a part of a Life on Fire Movement on Facebook.
Our conversation focused on how to deal with discouraging or unsupportive folks in our lives. We chat about pushing forward through our fears as we pursue our passions!
Please tune in and share the episode link with others who may need this word of hope and inspiration!
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