I’m now authoring as my real name instead of an alias. So now when you see posts and comments, it’ll be from me, Patrick Greenough. I’ve also changed my avatar to show my face. I think this is important as it adds a more personal touch.
When I publish blog posts, I sometimes include questions at the end of blog posts. I share links to these blog posts on social media. I love that you comment on my content. Thank you! In an effort to better track engagement on the site, I’d love it if you could publish your answers in the comments area on the blog post itself instead of, or in addition to publishing your answers as replies to my links shared on social media.
I wrote the music for the RadicardsTV episodes. When I have time, I like to write music.
We now have a Facebook Group, which you should join. Click here. Also check out our forum if you haven’t already. Click here.
We’re now an authorized supplier of sealed wax. Check our store for inventory, which will grow over time.
The “Radicards” name, as well as it’s associated tagline, “Enjoy collecting” is trademark pending.
Someone left a comment on one of my entries on YouTube. It was a really good one too. I think it was from a female. Anyway, I went back to respond and it was gone. Please don’t be shy.
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Pronounced Green-o. Patrick has a BA in Psychology, a BA in Sociology, and an MBA from the University of New Mexico. He also has a Project Management Certificate from UCLA Extension. He has lectured in Internet Marketing at the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics at California State University, Northridge. He is the author of, Student to Founder: Secrets to creating a student organization in college and starting a business after graduation. He has been interviewed on Good Day New Mexico and in Albuquerque The Magazine. Patrick is a frequent speaker and panelist at universities and events where he shares his insights on leadership, technology, and marketing. He's been a baseball card collector since 1988, and he owns Radicards™ | Visit the store