On the September 16, 2014 program, Rabbi Address speaks with Barbara Sherf, proprietor of Capture Life Stories, a family legacy video producer, and Steve Zettler, an actor-author perhaps best known for the Crossword Mystery Series co-authored with his wife, Cordelia Frances Biddle.
About the Guests
Barbara Sherf: An author, communications consultant and professional speaker, Barbara Sherf created CommunicationsPro in September 1996 with a mission to help clients develop and communicate clear and consistent messages. The firm is certified as a women-owned business in the areas of speech and executive coaching, business writing, public relations, social marketing, video production and community outreach programs. Barbara conducts PR and Public Speaking Boot Camps, Team Building classes based on her book, and a host of soft skills and storytelling workshops. In 2009, Barb founded Capture Life Stories to help families Capture Life Stories in print and DVD. Barb has been telling stories since she was little girl and continues to entertain and engage audiences from all walks of life. She uses her expertise as a print and broadcast journalist to tell stories on behalf of her clients.
Steve Zettler: Over the years I have worked professionally at the following occupations: Actor, Bartender, Brick Layer, Bus Boy, Cab Driver, Carpenter, Car Wash Guy, Court Deposition Reader, Crossword Puzzle Creator, Darkroom Technician, Director, Dishwasher, Doorman, Election Day Clerk, Film P.A., Film A.D., Jackhammer Operator, Landscape Designer, Maitre d’, Model, Motorcycle Salesman, Painter, Photographer, Pot-washer, Short Order Cook, Stage Manager, Telemarketer, Tour Guide, U. S. Marine, Voice-over Artist, Waiter, Wallpaper Hanger, Welder, and Writer. Though I seem to have had the most success as an actor and a writer.
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