There are times when you gotta listen!
I dislike talking about myself. Even worse than that is the experience of visiting with someone who cannot stop talking about himself. BUT, if a personal experience can help someone else in important decision-making, perhaps it’s time to share. My first career was that of a radio broadcaster. I had my first radio program at age 12, and it was love at first sight. The word "radio" is still magical to me. After 29 years, I left the radio business in 1983 and stepped right into a position selling church organs. As an active church musician, it was a natural for me and I loved the work. Nevertheless, there remained that nagging desire to get back to my first love: radio. In the year 2000 I made serious work of it, and found a radio station that I could purchase. All of the details were coming together. I would finally be right back where I belonged! Wrong. Several years earlier I had met a Michigan prisoner named Maurice Carter, serving time for a crime h