When and why did you start How you REALLY Doin’?
What are a few of your favorite podcasts you have done that you would like to share?
I love to listen to podcasts in the car. When and where do you listen?
Can you share some other of your favorite podcasts out there?
Do you find any benefit of listening to podcasts versus reading articles?
How are you feeling today?
What keeps you inspired?
Is there any one person you hope to interview?
You should reach out to him, I am interested to learn more about Anthony as well. How do you see the future of How you REALLY Doin?
I completely relate, Jim. That is why I created Modern Day MS. Please share anything else that you think would be helpful for Modern Day MS readers to know.
“Talking about how I am really doing has been very cathartic for me. I am a master of destructive self talk and talking to others keeps me hopeful.”
Jim is from Colorado and moved to the Pacific Northwest eight years ago when my body was not able to keep up in the corporate world. He and his wife packed up their five and six-year-old daughters and started an espresso catering business. He has a degree from Colorado State University in technical journalism and his former worklife included in-game entertainment for the Colorado Rockies, Denver Broncos and multiple college teams around Colorado. He has MS for 17 years and had a exacerbation that cause him to stop working.