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In My Pajamas Show With Amy Bakari


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“The passion for writing, the sense of awe of talking with people, and a fascination of listening to unusual personal stories is what In My Pajamas Show© is all about.” Amy Bakari loves to write. She says, “Although being in the business of internet radio was completely unexpected, it was my way of finding something to do after a series of missteps…it was like making a tasty glass of lemonade from half a lemon mixed with water and one bag of Equal; And I consider it one of the best decisions that I have ever acted on.” Internet radio became Amy’s self-help therapy for finding something productive to do in her life after a series of unfortunate missteps. To Amy, “It was finding something good in something bad.” Amy’s first big internet radio interview was with MSNBC/NBC Political Director, Chuck Todd which happened during one of the most decisive primaries in America’s political history – the Potomac-Chesapeake Primaries. Chuck (Mr. Todd) gave me the run down of the numbers and that started my career off as an internet radio host of In My Pajamas Show©.” From that, Amy parlayed that one show into more quality content shows along with acquiring exceptional guests and having interesting topics to talk about. Amy Bakari is also the supervising producer of the In My Pajamas Show©- a place where people are encouraged to share their ideas and thoughts about their business, dreams, and aspirations.

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