I had a great show today. Because I had a great guest. Steve Nehez sent me a detailed list of things he wanted to talk about that laid out the plan for the whole show. I added questions but I didn't even get to most of his suggestions.
Not everyone thought it was a great show. Steve has made some frank (disparaging) remarks about internal recruiters (cubicle jockeys) and the regulars who work internally were out to get him.
A number of people who were commenting on Twitter didn't like his approach either. They said it depends on picking the low-hanging fruit in industries that have jobs for which there are lots of potential candidates.
They also said that his email blasts are spam. I don't think so. And to my surprise, Jerry and I finally agreed on something.
The only problem with the show was that there was so much extended arguing that Steve didn't have a chance to say everything he wanted to. People felt so passionate about the topics raised that they stated their objections and then felt a need to state them again and again and again.
In my opinion, though, this was one of my top shows.