Hi, How Ya Doin’ Podcast Gives Listeners Unique Perspectives Of Guests  ‘Aha’ Moment

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 31, 2018) -- Nashville-based brand strategist and lady of intrigue has launched the HI, HOW YA DOIN’ podcast that interviews fascinating individuals on how they connected with that “aha” moment and discovered a new direction.  To sign up for the burgeoning podcast, please visit HERE. To listen to past interviews, please click on the following links: HHYD on Soundcloud andiTunes.  

“As a storyteller, I often frame a client's brand to engage a variety of demographics. Through this process and my appetite to always learn about what makes someone tick or land where they have, I decided to delve into this new podcast venture recently to generate a platform for anyone that wants to listen,” says Jules Wortman, host and creator of Hi, How Ya Doin’.  “I have had the privilege to meet so many interesting people throughout my life that have intrigued me to hear their story.  This podcast offers a wide array of individuals capturing and sharing their moment of clarity and what might have led to it.  We hope you enjoy.”

Previous guests have included award-winning songwriting duo, The Warren Brothers (Tim McGraw, Toby Keith, George Strait and more,) GRAMMY® winning producer Paul Worley (The Dixie Chicks, Big & Rich, Martina McBride, Lady Antebellum and more) to a recovering and abused single mother, a successful entrepreneur whose life started in the projects and the federal penitentiary who is now a best-selling author.

The next two episodes feature one of Nashville’s most successful commercial real estate developers and leading visionary Hall Emery CEO, Mr. Pat Emery.  The following episode features one of today’s leading estheticians that is a one of Nashville’s leading non-invasive body sculptures that uses the “it” procedure “Cool Sculpting” and how its results are changing the face of body works.

Emery's first project in Nashville was in 1984 while employed by Lincoln Property Company and Crescent Resources. Instrumental in igniting the vision and development of the Cool Springs area in 1995, Emery's guidance propelled the Fortune 500 hub into what it has become today.  Currently, he is overseeing the 5th and Broadway multi-use project that is revolutionary in its concept for Nashville.