Using Professionals to Tell My Story

by admin on July 23, 2012


Reaching out to professionals to tell your story is a matter of trust. There are thousands of people who claim expertise and their abilities and prices vary wildly. Who can you believe?

The good news is that the professional historian community seems filled with people who are genuinely skilled and caring.

I maintain that with 30 years of interviewing people for articles and 20 years of hosting radio and television shows, I know how to make people look and sound good “and” what I do at MyLife Audio.Com provides better prices than most.

But I also understand that people are looking for an array of options to best suite their needs. If this site doesn’t fulfill your expectations, I know where you can go for options.

Nice People:

When you create a new website it’s common practice to reach out to people with similar sites to ask for opinions or to exchange links (the number of relevant links on your site determines traffic from Google and other search engines).

I’ve done this several times for my sites and the sites I assist. The usual response is lukewarm.

However, the experience of reaching out to the personal historian community (via the Association of Personal Historians–source below) has been refreshingly different. I received approximately 25 e-mails and phone calls from very motivated and caring individuals who provided advice and critiques of this site.

The personal historian community is unlike any other I’ve encountered which is great news for those of you who are interested in having someone create your personal or corporate histories.

These are generally well-educated individuals with a passion for telling the stories of others. The websites contained on the association’s site are impressive with some creating public-television style videos for their clients.

Some authors have a multitude of published books; others have created a variety of personal histories. All encountered seem to be dedicated to accurate and sensitive portrayals of people’s lives. In short—they care.

It’s tough in the Internet age to find services that create value for the dollar; it’s equally tough to find people you can trust with intimate details of your life.

But if my interactions are any indicator, you will be in good hands with people who create personal histories. Hopefully, your experience will be a good as mine.

See for information on the Association of Professional Historians.

Best, Len.

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