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Twenty(or)Something Video Interview

by Susan Pogorzelski on May 13, 2009 · 4 comments

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Jun Loayza of Viralogy’s Awesome Revolution. Jun is such a cool, smart guy and is doing some amazing things to bring the community of bloggers together. With each interview, he shows you another side, really helps you to get to know the blogger as a writer, but, perhaps more importantly, as a person.

When I spoke with Jun, I had the opportunity to share my appreciation for all that this blog has done for me, as well as express my own love for writing and passion for helping shelter dogs.

Thanks to Jun for a great conversation and opportunity — be sure to check out the site for the complete post and discover other awesome bloggers. And thanks also to Andrew Norcross for showing me how to embed the video below!

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Jun Loayza May 13, 2009

Hey Susan,

It was absolutely a pleasure interviewing you. I hope to hang out sometime soon. Maybe at the end of the year when I go to the East Coast!

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Ryan Stephens May 14, 2009

I’m pretty impressed Jun pronounced your last name right. I’m going to call you Susan P. And Andrew’s a tremendous tech help. The guy has been a savior on more than one occasion.

I can totally relate to how writing kind of spurns out of our passions. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that when I’m burned out in the real world I have the hardest time sitting down and writing, yet after reading a few posts from my favorite writers, or watching a Gary V keynote, etc. I all of sudden have more ideas than I could ever put on paper.

I really enjoyed watching your video. Jun’s done a great job helping us all get to know each other better!

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Joan Parris May 17, 2009

Hey Susan,
It is so much fun getting to “know”you in this context. You are terrific; but then I have always known that. The interview was really insightful and I am looking forward to reading your creative work on your blog.

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Susan Pogorzelski - admin May 31, 2009

Jun: Or at least meet halfway, right? Thanks again for the talk! It’s been so great getting to know you and other bloggers, and I’m looking forward to seeing what else you have in store!

Ryan: I was pretty impressed as well, and with barely any coaching! 🙂

I completely agree — when you’re reading a book or a news article or a blog post, it helps to develop your own ideas — almost like one idea can spark a thousand more. And I think that only really works like that when you’re passionate about what you’re doing. I’m glad to see you’ve found that for yourself, you’re doing great things with your blog and your work.

It’s so fun to get to know each other not just as bloggers but on another level — as people with passions. Jun is doing a great job in that respect, especially.

Joan: I’m so happy that you could stop by and so appreciate your words. I hope we can see each other in person soon, it’s been too long! Please give my love to all! 🙂

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