Cartersville, GA, November 19, 2013– Seriously, Dan is a transmedia project that focuses on providing lifestyle content primarily to the fan-based or “geek” community. Focusing on love, encouragement, and practical advice–Seriously, Dan has developed a following on the internet and has presented live seminars at several fan-based conventions. November 30, 2013 Seriously, Dan will move to the radio with a new weekly show on AM 1270 WYXC-AM, serving Northern Metro Atlanta out of Cartersville, GA.
“This move represents a new and exciting evolution in the Seriously, Dan project as we move to live radio. Since I have started Seriously, Dan I have had one purpose: to entertain and uplift as many people as possible. Our unique message of planning and execution to achieve life goals comes out of my personal experience and also my professional training as a project manager and planning expert.” Dan Carroll, Seriously Dan
“I meet many brilliant, talented folks who have dreams and no maps to achieve those dreams,” explained Carroll, “I understand these people in a lot of ways because I had dreams that were too vague and distant. I had forgotten that wonderful is just recognizing the wonderful world we live in. I have been without a plan and wasted so much energy accomplishing nothing.”
Seriously, Dan considers itself to be a project for sharing acceptance, patience, planning skills, and joy for life. The program provides direct advice to requests, interviews with experts in life skills, and conversations with those who have overcome adversity to achieve dreams.
Seriously, Dan started an Indiegogo fundraiser to help cover expenses for the move to radio. “This Indiegogo gives the community a chance to support change and love for people that need change in their lives.” For more information about the Indiegogo fundraiser: http://www.indiegogo.com/
“Dan is an ally to all geeks, a ferocious defender of the fans, an inspirational leader, and one of the kindest guys I know.” Jen Yates, Cakewrecks.com
Dan Carroll, the “Dan” of Seriously, Dan is a certified Project Manager Professional (PMP), an IT project manager, and a public relations/media relations expert for arts and cultural events. He has been a motivational speaker for disabled citizens looking to enter the workspace, a mentor for at risk youth, and a certified hospice counselor. Within the convention/geek community he is known for his work with Dragon Con, MomoCon, and The Artifice Club; which are among other activities throughout the Southeast.