Weekly Show Prep – 9/3/18

Here’s some questions from Creativecardio.com to get your phones going! – Jayar Reeves

If you could tell your past self one thing what would you say?

What are you embarrassed to be a fan of?

You ever dated your sibling’s friend? was it weird?

Craziest thing you ever dropped in a toilet?

HGTV just bought the Brady Bunch house… What’d be the coolest ‘famous’ house to buy?

Does your car have a name?

Do you debate your restaurant bill if it’s not exactly on point? Or is it worth the hassle? Do you base your tip off the actual restaurant prices or do you include the tax as part of the total?

We were discussing a co-hosts’s son adopting a little girl and letting her choose between a few names… If you were given the chance to legally change your name to something you want… would you? Maybe call your kids and ask if they are happen with your choice!

Have you ever had to give your kids’ grandparent a ‘time-out’? Tough subject. Could get passionate phones

Start your show with a list of questions at the top of your showprep sheet. Ask these questions to people who call in for requests and back the responses. That way when you want to build a discussion on the air, you have 2-3 recorded responses you can use to build the momentum and nudge your listeners to call!

We have TONS of fun questions inside CreativeCardio.com – if you need some fresh inspiration this week, do a free trial for 30 days and use our ideas!

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