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Spark Radio Interview - SO MUCH FUN

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

This was SO MUCH FUN!!

I got to be on SparkRadio with Lily and Karen, such great gals and I had a blast!

I got to share a little of my story and part of my life with them in the process. This is something that I would love to do again! Check it out with the link below. It's only 8 minutes.

www.benchmarkradio.com/p
odcasting/SparkPeopleRadio
/2012/SP_122412_04.mp3
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  • v JMADAMS3
    Jerome - I just listened to your Spark Interview! You did a great job - I loved how you are focused and have a goal and purpose and that this is what kept you going! Keep on inspiring us!!!
    You said you just posted a video. WHERE IS THE VIDEO?
    1244 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/3/2013 12:55:51 PM
  • v LUCKYDOGFARM
    Woohoo Jerome!
    1247 days ago
  • v HARROWJET
    I just listened to your interview. Thank you for sharing your enthusiasm.

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    1249 days ago
  • v PDQ1203
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    1250 days ago
  • v CELIAMINER
    Love the interview! I usually answer the "How?" question with "I ate less and exercised more," and watch the asker's eyes glaze over. Then I add the info about SP with its social support and the four pillars of nutrition, fitness, wellness, and motivation, adding that I've found what works for me.
    1251 days ago
  • v WANT2BHEALTHY11
    Great job!!!!!! So encouraging to hear how you are influencing your family also. emoticon emoticon
    1252 days ago
  • v DIANE7786
    . emoticon Congratulations on your weight loss success. Your interview is great. I especially like how your new, healthy habits encouraged your daughter to run. Wishing you and your family continued success.
    1252 days ago
  • v UMBILICAL
    WooHoo!
    1252 days ago
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