professional listeners are listening to a recording and are not real people. They are not professional listeners. They are people in a profession who want to learn, who have no time for this, and who have a job that keeps them outside of the home.
Professional listeners are self-proclaimed people who have no interest in the podcast community as a whole, and who are looking to get a bit of a kickback for providing their services. It’s not a new thing. It’s a very old thing.
Professional listeners are people who like to take a few hours on the weekend to listen to a podcast, and in doing so get a bit of a kickback for their time and effort. But they are not professionals. They are just a bit of fun at the expense of other people.
Professional listeners are people who take advantage of this kickback. They are looking to take a few hours and get a bit of a kickback if they can convince themselves that their time and effort are worth paying for. They can get a little bit of a kickback for a few hours of listening, because they get a bit of a kickback for those hours. If it’s only a few hours, it’s nothing. But if it’s 10 hours, it’s a lot of money.
The only time any of us can get a kickback for any of our time on the job is if we’re in a jam. If we’re in a jam, we don’t know if we’ve got a kickback for the rest of the week.
Thats why we have a “professional listener” service. If we are in a jam and it takes us all week to figure out what we are going to do next, its a pretty big deal.
Professional listeners are a service of the DMO (direct marketing organization) that gets paid $50 for every person they hear on your calls. To be honest, I dont think its that much these days, but I might be wrong.
The days of calling your boss and leaving a message are over. If youre in a jam and youve got a deadline, dial your boss and leave a message. If youre in a jam and youve got no deadline, don’t dial your boss. But if youve got a deadline and youve got no idea what you are going to do next, dial your boss and leave a message. Thats the professional listener.
I think we should take the time we need to get our ducks lined up before we call our boss. But this is a huge change. And I think if we dont take this time to check our messages, well lose our job. It sways my opinion that its good to check your messages occasionally, but if you need to dial your boss and leave a message it shouldnt be that much.
The point is that we are not telepaths. We are not telepaths who can access our messages, because our messages are encrypted. So if we call our boss and leave a message, then we dont have a connection. So if we need to call our boss, we should be able to find another way to get the information if we need to.