New Saturday Night Podcast Show: "Private Home Decision Makers U.S.A. - Road to the Future, TODAY!"

["Private Home Decision Makers U.S.A. - Road to the Future, TODAY" is a new podcast show via Blog Talk Radio. The show emphasizes more self-empowerment among U.S.private home decision makers in contract-related home maintenance and improvement.
"New Saturday Night BTR Podcast Series"
"New Saturday Night BTR Podcast Series"
BURIEN, Wash. - April 23, 2016 - PRLog -- This is to announce to an even wider audience the recent launch of the new podcast show (courtesy Block Talk Radio) "Private Home Decision Makers U.S.A. - Road to the Future, TODAY!"

This volatile podcast offering advocates for the rights and privileges of U.S. private home decisions makers to be more informed, more pro-actively prepared, and more effective in matters of contract-related home maintenance and improvement projects.

The emphasis of this new show is encouraging residents who own, rent, or lease legitimate private homes in the U.S. to be more results-oriented from the moment they decide on which contract-related home projects to tackle on through to the moment their home projects are literally delivered.

The Biggest Challenges

This new informative service via this show is intended to assist those to whom this applies to better identify and to effectively dispense with certain patterns of thinking/behavior which when courted will make them very vulnerable to making decisions (or not making them) which can prove costly.

In the episodes of "Private Home Decision Makers U.S.A." (running now for about a month), emphasis on such challenges/pitfalls and on what residents can do to either avoid or to dispense with them is lavishly bestowed.

The prevalence of such fully engaged data sharing in which participants of the shows are so generously immersed is easily conveyed by this example which invites to the episode the impact (a quote) from the East Indian leader, Mahatma Gandhi:

"Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do, are in harmony."

The show host, building on those words then re-emphasizes, paraphrasing:

"So, the absolute basis of this forum 'Private Home Decision Makers USA' is to share, pursue, and to practice ways and means whereby what you think, what you say, and what you do are consistent towards the success you expect on each and every one of your contract-related projects ... And, let us be so kind as to tag to that ... from henceforth!"

That was from the very first episode, the title of which matched exactly that of the main title of this show. As in all the episodes, listeners are regularly reminded throughout (most of the time with verbal but harmless intensity) of the consequences of intellectual and situational disharmony and of the rewards for thoughts, words, and actions which are congruent at all points. Yet, often, in the process, there is quite a bit of hilarity in them all. Each episode has its share of "sudden" situations which literally force listeners to laugh (out loud).

Yet this is all part of the free educational sharing which transpires on the show. On occasion, there are true stories shared about private home decision makers getting into real bad situations because of their bad hiring decisions. However, there appears to be adequate emphasis on how they managed to get into those situations and on how listeners can avoid them.


Although at this point, it is difficult to ascertain the number of participants who have benefited (or will) in some way from these highly-charged episodes, it is perhaps reasonable to conclude that the show has a bright future. But listeners tend to call that one "Yay" or "Nay." Well will know soon enough.

Interested parties can go here to get a glimpse of this new podcast show which is scheduled to air online every Saturday evening at 9 PM:

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