The jumbleThink podcast was launched in February 2017 with the goal to help those with big ideas and dreams turn them into reality. The podcast has been ranked number one on the business and career categories iTunes / Apple Podcasts. It is now in season three with over 220 episodes. Each week two new episodes are released. One episode is a guest interview usually running between 45 minutes to 1.5 hours. The other episode is a topical episode focused on entrepreneurship, idea formation, innovation strategies, creativity, or business strategy. In 2019 jumbleThink was approached with the opportunity to syndicate the podcast on 16 AM/FM Stations twice a week along with being broadcast on their streaming audio channel. The Radio Show version is live on 16 AM/FM radio stations on Tuesdays and Fridays at 4pm eastern on the following channels: 92.1 FM Tampa Florida, 99.5 FM Las Vegas Nevada, 87.9 FM Macon Georgia, 102.1 FM Lancaster Pennsylvania, 96.3 FM Boulder Colorado, 90.3 FM Milwaukee Wisconsin, 94.7 FM Pittsburg Pennsylvania, 101.5 FM Long Beach California, 97.7 FM The Villages Florida, 87.9 FM Colorado Springs Colorado, 90.3 FM Jacksonville Florida, 1630 AM - Tampa Florida, 1520 AM - Las Vegas Nevada, 870 AM Macon Georgia, 1640 AM Lancaster Pennsylvania. It is also live streamed online on each stations live feed. It is an hour-long show with one or two guests per show along with topical segments around entrepreneurship. Between the podcast outlets and the radio show, we reach over 720,000 listeners each month.
Our audience is the older millennial, younger gen-xer (between 25-44 years old). 60-65% male, 35-40% female. They are longing to find community...a tribe in which they belong. They often have ideas that are abnormal or go against the current trends. They don’t accept the status quo but long for more. They typically spot the up and coming trends long before their friends or family. They see the world as what could be, not what is. You could spot them watching Ted Talks, with a group (not looking at their phones) talking about ideas and dreams, reading, writing, inventing, and building. They love both things that are old and things that are new. While they are pushing into uncharted territory they also know the value of the people that have gone before them. They look to those people for wisdom and the stories they can tell. They are the misfits, the outcasts, the voices unheard. They tend to have a strong faith and sense of integrity.