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Our Affiliates Doing What Works is a radio talk show that originates from WZFG AM 1100 “The Flag” in Fargo and airs on the Radio America network. If you'd like to find out how to listen in your area, let me know. Or subscribe to the podcast!
Your Invitation Would you like to be a guest on Doing What Works? Is there something you'd like us to cover on an upcoming edition? Do you have suggestions for the program? We want to hear from you. Thanks!
The Requisite Disclaimers Doing What Works is advertiser supported, but I have no financial interest in anything I talk about on the show or write about in the blog. If you have any questions you can get in touch with me. Thanks!
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Do you sing in the shower? April 17, 2020 I don’t sing in the shower. I don’t sing in the car. I don’t even sing when everyone else is singing. I pretend to sometimes. It depends. I made an exception to the whole “I don’t sing in the car” thing on my way home from my freelance writing classes at the University of Louisville. My professor became my editor became my friend, and from the moment we met I knew my life would never be the same. My happiness was almost too much to contain. I had to let it out somehow. If there’s a better “tell” than that, you’ll have to let me know. How do you know you’re in love?
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