People Said this

People Said this

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Mark Schaefer of Business {Grow}

A few years ago, I discovered a remarkable man named Billy Delaney. Billy is one of the most interesting men I have met, having served as a peace negotiator in Ireland, and a merchant marine among other positions. He is also one of the most spiritually-tuned-in people you will ever know. At the Social Slam event several years ago, Billy gave a talk on the “spirituality of social media” that people still talk about today. Many wept. Billy has started a new podcast that can best be described as the Oprah of social media. He is not interested in the content and platforms as much as the heart, the hands, the head that makes your work tick. He just interviewed me on this podcast and you can see for yourself why this podcast is so remarkable. Consider subscribing to this exceptional work
-Executive Director Schaefer Marketing Solutions

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Bill Haas Pastor Educator/ Missionary

This thought-provoking podcast provides help and guidance for those who are asking good questions..questions about God, reality, truth, life and death. I’ve been a pastor and missionary for over 30 years and I must say that this is indeed “fresh oil.” Thank you, Billy, for giving your time to stir our minds by “going deeper.” By the way, the podcast on “Blaming God” was used recently to help a young man who was asking about things like this. Thank you!Bill Haas
– Language master First Nations Spiritual Guide

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Jayme Soulati of Soulati Media

That is absolutely beautiful…
You are one deep individual; I relish your writings with the ‘freshest’ of perspectives.
-Jayme Soulati PR 
Message Mapping Master

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Mindy Kuth Sustainability Consultant

Billy,

Thank you very much for your daily email. Have I read every single one? Honestly, no. But I can tell you – the dog one? Fantastic. I don’t own a dog, probably won’t in the near future. But loved the humanity of it. The mickle muckle – loved it! Especially due to the cross-cultural and language references. And there were more…
But I do thank you for asking me for feedback. And for reminding me of the important things in life. Daily via my Inbox 🙂

So go on your way, mickles and muckles, bread and all. Billy, you do make a difference. And you will never know how and where the ripples lead, to what changes, to what impacts, and to the future.
All the best to you today – in work, in love, in friendship, and in the ripples in your life.
-Mindy Kuth Sustainability Consultant

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JImmy McGaughey Farmer in The Heartland

very much enjoy and look forward to your E-mail. They have helped me more than once. Thank you with all that is going on in your life for taking the time to write these words down. It is comforting and encouraging when someone plainly writes things with heart in them I know for me it has made me feel less alone.
-Jimmy McGaughey  Missouri Farmer

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“That is a great recording! I love the start. Great to hear you too Delaney!

Peter Ruckman Jnr. Ph.d.

Professor of Political Science: www.PardonPower.com

 

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Good stuff. I subscribed to your podcasts…

You are doing an excellent job. You are a good preacher. You have a way with words, and I love your Irish accent. You preach the truth without being offensive. The cross is already an offence (Gal.5:13).

-David Combs

Ed Kang

I have been interviewed numerous times. This podcast was different. Billy, a long-time friend (even though we have never met which is the great part about social media), gave me an opportunity to share about life and MDNA in a way that I don’t get very often. We got to talk about my heart and why I do MDNA the way I do. A lot.

Billy is doing something very unique in terms of the nexus between professional success and personal fulfillment using social media. More specifically how can you be spiritual and relevant today–especially under the microscope of popular culture and opinion? Fresh and oily indeed!

This was a distinct please and I am sure you will be seeing more collaboration between us in the future. Check out Billy’s website and story. Just like me, you will be better for it.

Ed Kang CEO MDNAi.org

 

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