The full package of life

The full package of life
Our first radio show
Sponsor changes
David Watumull – CEO of Hawaii Biotech interview tomorrow

Tonight is September 6, 2005. This is Evan’s Journal coming to you live from Honolulu, Hawaii. And sorry for not updating this Evan’s Journal for about a week but man we have been just jam packed getting things done and I had to do other things, so, here’s the updates for today.

[00:00:19] The first topic I’m calling is the full package of life and what I mean by that is living a full package. Like some people have a really good income but maybe they don’t necessarily like what they’re doing or even to the point where you have a thriving business and you have really good income, but you’re missing that piece of fulfillment. And then some people have none of it, and then some people have all of it. So the full package that I’m talking about is running a successful business, and I’m not talking about owning a job where you’re always there working. I’m talking about owing a successful business that if you leave for a couple of weeks, this thing still runs and still earns you income. Running a successful business and then doing it in a way that can fulfill you. So whether it’s a social mission for the business or whether it gives you free time to do other things, whether it’s your hobbies or your passions or whatever it may be, to give you fulfillment whether it’s spending time with your family, that’s what we’re calling the full package. And when I was thinking about this the other day, the whole purpose of this show is to help people get the full package. And I hope that that’s what we can accomplish.
[00:01:34] Our first radio show happened last week, it was, or maybe last weekend. Maybe it was what was it, three days ago or so. It was on Saturday. We stated off with Kent Untermann and then ended up with Adam Wong. All in all, I think I was pretty pleased with the way that the content and the way that the interview sounded and there was a couple technically glitches and then theres’ a number of things on our side that I thought could be better. I thought that some of the breaks were a little bit long. Some of the talking was a little bit long in certain parts, but it was excellent, if you ask me. But, I don’t know, we’ll see. The feedback that came back was really good too, so, I don’t know. I’m not really worried about it yet. The audio is coming soon to the Internet. I still have not gotten it yet. I have an interview tomorrow. We’re going down to the station so hopefully we can pick up the audio for that and then upload it so you guys can listen to it. If you happen to miss the show on Saturday, I think you’ll really really enjoy it.

[00:02:37] Sponsor changes. We are since we did we’ve done probably about I think 17 or so interviews already. We voice over the sponsors initially and the initial sponsor is Bubblty Supply, but then our new sponsor coming up is someone else and we’re going through that whole process of changing out all the sponsor info. We still have to get the contract signed and dated and and get the check and then also coordinate logistics, so. Man, I really want that to happen already. I’m waiting for that to get squared away in the next couple days hopefully so we can just move on and keep moving.

[00:03:14] Tomorrow’s interview, David Watumull, CEO of Hawaii Biotech, and that interview is going to be very interesting. Hawaii Biotech just in general has a social mission, which is to eradicate these virus such as West Nile and dengue and then to help you know people with health related issues for inflammation and some other things, so just Biotech in general has a social mission, but David Watumull is extremely connected with the community. I was looking at his bio and there’s you know about 10 different what is it, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, sorry, nine different community projects and non-profits that he’s involved with and then a number of committees and trade associations. So, actually the company’s involved in nine and then he’s involved with one, two, three, four, five. Five, so there’s quite a bit. We’re going to see how he manages that tomorrow. Okay, so good talking to you folks. We’ll see you tomorrow.