ON THE GO

Executive producer Tiffany Patton is an emerging player in the media industry

In the words of Cardi B, it’s all about making “money moves,” and Detroit native Tiffany Patton has been riding the wave with her growing popularity and success as a media maven and businesswoman. Affectionately known as the “Trillionairess,” Patton exemplifies what it means to be a multifaceted woman, exercising roles as writer, entrepreneur, producer, and on-air personality for her popular radio show, “On the Go with Tiffany Patton.” The show features neo soul, jazz, R&B and gospel music, in addition to a plethora of captivating interviews with industry giants, including the likes of Brian McKnight, Fred Hammond, Nikki Giovanni and Maya Angelou. Patton is commanding attention in the media industry.

Rolling out had the pleasure of interviewing Patton. Here’s what she had to say regarding her success:

What is your role as the executive producer?
As the executive producer, I’ve developed ideas and worked with a team to develop a concept for the TV and radio program. Also as the producer, [I’ve] sought out the financial backing for the project and developed a budget based on the elements of the project. This includes the cost of equipment, props, wardrobe and crew. Depending on the size of the budget, the producer may have assistants who help with this phase, or she may take on all the duties herself. As an executive producer, I’ve conceived, developed, recorded and edited the radio program in its entirety.

What is the mission of your organization?
“On the Go with Tiffany Patton” radio show desires to be a conduit of thought provoking topics, interviews and engaging conversations with various artists, celebrities, public and political personalities, and  entrepreneurs that are making an impact.

OTGWTP also plans to cause an impact to the world, one listener at a time; [and] establish broadcasting that is a blend of great music, intriguing and entertaining interviews, uplifting news, and informative and educational information.

How do you approach business challenges?
I approach business challenges and learning experiences as opportunities for growth. Challenges bring to my attention ways to improve processes, policies and procedures. Challenges require me to think differently, and to seek insight and wisdom from other sources and resources [regarding] ways to improve. For me, most importantly, it shows areas in which I fell into believing and leaning on my own strength, instead of that of God.  It’s normally an indicator in where I have leaned unto my own understanding and haven’t sought Gods wisdom and knowledge.  For me, my relationship with God is important in being an entrepreneur because being an entrepreneur and CEO requires great faith!

How do you utilize technology to give yourself business advantages?
I utilize the airwaves, social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Periscope, and Snapchat), my website and television.  These platforms have helped add validity to my business and brand through consistency.

What are the two key factors for business success?
[This first is] always being willing to learn [and] ever feeling as though you know it all, [as well as] maintaining a humble spirit and … openness to learning or being open to new ideas, concepts etc.  Secondly, doing something that you are passionate about [is a key factor for business success].  If you are operating in your passion, [more] times than not, you shall be operating in your God-given purpose.  Once you are living a life of purpose, success is inevitable.  Provision always shows up where purpose is evident.  It may take consistency and time, however, always being willing to listen and learn along with making sure to do what you are passionate about are two keys to success.

Name your three favorite business books for insight and inspiration.
The Bible, Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, and The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz.

If you were giving a speech about skill sets needed in the future to remain relevant to 500 workers at a retraining seminar, what would the title of your speech be and why? 
[The title of my speech would be] “The Power of Innovation.”  When one is able to remain relevant, and able to transform—no matter the direction, then continued success is inevitable.

Describe your leadership style.
[I demonstrate] an authoritative leadership style.

Local Podcast 'On the Go with Tiffany Patton' Secures National Syndication Through iHeartRadio

On Feb. 22, Tiffany Patton was going about her normal morning routine when she checked her email to find a message from the people at iHeartRadio. The streaming service wanted to syndicate her podcast On the Go with Tiffany Patton and make it available to their more than 100 million users.

“It was extremely exciting and shocking at the same time, because I literally woke up to it,” Patton says, adding that it was validation that, although she hadn’t always stayed the expected course, she was walking the right path. “A lot of the time, people make decisions in life to do things a little differently from the norm. I’ve never really adhered to the normal process of radio or media. When you take a different route or stand on what you believe in, a lot of times, you wonder, ‘Is this the right choice?’

“I got into radio literally – I almost want to say – by mistake,” Patton says. She was driving home one day listening to 107.5 WGPR when the hosts said they were looking for a co-host for the afternoon show. On a whim, she entered their contest and got called into the station for a trial run.

She was nervous and stumbling over her tongue. “(The host) said, ‘Tiffany, just talk to the people only in the room. Radio is people overhearing a conversation that’s going on.’ When he explained it to me that way, it was like night and day,” Patton says. They offered her the gig. That was in 2007, and since, she’s interviewed Brian McKnight, Erykah Badu and Maya Angelou, to name just a few.

Aside from iHeartRadio and a number of other syndicated spots, you can catch On the Go, which delves into everything from fashion to faith, live by way of Podcast Detroit 5-7 p.m. every Thursday. And who knows what’s next – maybe even TV.

“This is what is the core of who I am,” Patton says. “I love doing it, and I can’t see myself doing anything else. I just see myself doing it on a grander scale.”

Empowering Media Star Tiffany Patton Releases new Book “Push Through:
How the Process Leads to the Promise”

Tiffany Patton has joined forces with over 20 other “Glambitious” women to tell the story about their
journeys to success in her much-anticipated new book.

June 1, 2018

With the right mindset, the willingness to take action, courage, and faith, women can succeed in any
area they put their effort in. This empowering message is the foundation behind the new book from
the popular author, podcast host, and rising media star Tiffany Patton’s new book, released on June
1st, 2018, “Push Through: How the Process Leads to the Promise”. Featuring not just her story and
thoughts, but insight from twenty plus other “Glambitious” successful females energized by
www.glamboss.org , the excitement surrounding the release is high.

“It’s all about Love, Life, and Liberty,” commented the charismatic Patton. “Push Through can help
other women achieve these liberating goals. It’s always easier to follow a path, when you can see a
map that’s been traveled by people who faced the same kind of challenges and overcame them.
Beyond that my book, like my life and other work, carries the all-important message that nothing is
impossible with God… he makes all things possible for each and everyone of us.”

“Push Through: How the Process Leads to the Promise” is available in ebook format, as a digital
download from www.onthegotiffanypatton.com.

Patton’s current work and history is a testament to her ability to help others find success. She has
excelled as a radio broadcast host, a nationally syndicated podcaster who has interviewed a wide
range of celebrities and important figures and become a very well regarded pillar of her native Detroit
community.

She is currently available for radio and television interviews regarding her new book, other aspects of
her work, and her empowering take on life in general. To connect with Patton for an interview call
(248) 702-5892.

For more information be sure to visit https://onthegotiffanypatton.com.

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