“When the four-and-a-half minute segment got underway, Kotb and Gifford really drove the conversation and it was all I could do to just hold on and get a well-formed response out of my mouth,” Ernst said. “But in the end, I hope I made the point I went there to make: if a fired writer like me — with no freelance experience and just a handful of contacts in the industry — can make it work, so can you.”
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