Entrepreneurs, business leaders, innovators & corporate executives reveal their business secrets, lessons, mistakes and triumphs. Movers and shakers talk about how to move and shake. Imagine what you might learn from them.

Mobile Site      Executive Resources      Directions      Guests      Your Host      Business Resources      Podcasts     

Business in Motion radio interviews with business leaders, entreprenuers and executives
Interviews with entrepreneurs, corporate executives, business leaders, business authors, community leaders and
innovators. Hear their stories, advice, strategies and tactics for business and career success.

     Business in Motion on CFMU radio

Information for Guests
     Directions to the Studio
     Typical Questions for Guests
     Suggestions for a good interview
     Past Guests
     Business in Motion
     Your Host, George Torok
     Contact George Torok
     Resources for Executives
     Leadership Insights

Information for Listeners
     Past Guests
     Business in Motion
     Your Host, George Torok
     Contact George Torok
     Business Resources
     Entrepreneur Insights

     Radio host George Torok in CFMU studio

     Business in Motion radio host George Torok with recognition award

     Business in Motion Blog
     BIM Squidoo Page

Business Resources
     Speech Coach for Executives
     Presentation Skills Training
     Motivational Speaker
     Corporate Spokesperson
     Creative Facilitator
     Canadian Motivational Speaker
     Business Speaker

George Torok on

Follow EntrepreneurX on Twitter
EntrepreneurX Twitter Feed


  Suggestions for a good interview Business in Motion movers and shakers in business reveal their secrets, lessons, mistakes and triumphs

If you are a pro at radio interviews there is no need to read this. If you would like some tips then have a look.

Arrive early.
Drink water.
Visit the washroom.
Breathe – regularly.
Hum before you go on to loosen your vocal chords.
Mentally prepare for the questions and theme.
Rehearse some phrases and anecdotes that you want to use.
Ask the host for the overall theme of the show – positive or negative.
Watch the host for clues on your use of time.
Ask the host if you can mention your website or phone number – then write it down for the host.
Mention the name of the host, program and station during your interview.
If you don’t understand the question – say that. And ask the host to repeat.
If you get a question that you need to think about – talk while you are thinking. Don’t leave dead air.
Before you go on the air, be clear on the message that you want to get across. Then be sure to include that message in your answers.

Don’t Say

Here are a few phrases that don’t work well.

“As I said before” or “As I said earlier”. When you say this, people tune out because they heard it before. You sound like a scolding parent. Instead, say what you want to say.

“As we talked about earlier”. The audience doesn’t know what we talked about earlier.

“Thank you for having me” That is a dumb phrase. Think about the possible images that phrase might ignite. Instead say, “Thanks for having me on the show” “Thank you for this opportunity” “My pleasure to talk to you today”

Listen to past interviews here.