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Introducing you to our podcast TCNtalks

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The audience for our TCNtalks podcasts is wide ranging as the sessions will appeal to hospice, palliative care, and other serious illness professionals of all levels!
Each podcast will be around 15 to 20 mins, so listeners can utilize the learning during drive-time, workout time, or in lieu of social media. The content is designed to inform our listeners on timely and relevant need-to- know that will help them, encourage them, and educate them.

We want to differentiate our podcasts as many start off with random conversations between the host and the guest which take up a lot of time and we respect our listeners time too much to do that. Given our goal of conciseness, there will not be a lot of fluff as we will get to the point and strive to unearth the key wisdom quickly.

So consider this blog an introduction and orientation to the purpose of these TCNtalks podcast.

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So consider this blog an introduction and orientation to the purpose of these TCNtalks podcast. 

We hope you’re interested in being a guest. Our goal with the design is that you learn through the production and taping process so that it adds value to you as well, and gives you exposure as our contact list has grown now into the thousands.  


At the end of each podcast words of wisdom will be shared. Such as the following. ""If you have your own great, if not we have a massive library of quotes on various topics.


If interested in being one of our guest please contact us via info@teleioscn.org

I look forward to having you as a guest.

Chris Comeaux
President / CEO
Teleios Collaborative Network



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the TCN Leadership System 
shoot us an email at ccomeaux@teleioscn.org


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