Episode 60: Podcasting with a Purpose with Stephanie Pollock

"It felt like a next-level way to express my business ideas."

Stephanie Pollock is a Business Activator and Leadership Coach who is fiercely devoted to helping women leaders and entrepreneurs develop the leadership confidence and capacity to rise without compromise, stepping into the spotlight...

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Episode 59: What You Need to Know About the Death of iTunes

“Your show is not going anywhere just because iTunes is going away.”

By now you might have heard the shocking (to some) news that Apple is effectively killing iTunes. For those of us who’ve been in the podcast space for a while, we’ve seen this coming. But, if...

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Episode 58: Authentically Connecting with Your Audience Through Your Podcast with Blair Badenhop

"There are a few ways to really establish yourself as a thought-leader in the world today. It’s by writing a book or starting a podcast."

Blair Badenhop is a brand strategist and copywriter for entrepreneurs in the wellness industry. She has supported 200+ health coaches, best-selling...

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Episode 57: How to Deal with Podcast Tech Overwhelm

"The key thing that will see you through to the end, is that you just take one step at a time."

Some of my most frequently asked questions, and my clients’ highest points of frustration, have to do with various forms of podcast technology.

Whether it’s learning out to use the...

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Episode 56: Using HelloCast to Achieve an Organized Podcast Workflow with Brandon Hull

Brandon Hull is the co-founder of HelloCast, a podcast planning and workflow solution that helps podcasters fall back in love with producing their podcast. He's also the host and producer of Freelance to Founder, a podcast featuring one-time freelancers who have scaled their businesses to be...

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Episode 55: What the Latest Data Tells Us About Podcast Listeners

"Don’t just assume that everyone who follows you knows what a podcast is."

Every Spring Edison Research releases an annual report called The Infinite Dial and it contains data on a variety of media/content platforms; including podcasting.

In this episode, I'm highlighting some of the most...

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Episode 54: Pushing Past Impostor Syndrome in Podcasting with Amanda Kingsmith

"There’s always space for your voice, even in a growing industry like podcasting."

Amanda Kingsmith is an RYT-200 yoga teacher and yoga business consultant based out of western Canada, although she spends much of her time traveling the world with her partner, Ryan. Amanda came to yoga from...

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Episode 53: Should Your Podcast Have Seasons?

"It's almost a guarantee that you'll lose subscribers in your off season."

Podcasting can be a lot of work. Maybe the idea of producing an episode every single week all year long is overwhelming to you. I totally get it!

Summer's coming ... the kids are out of school, the weather's finally...

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Episode 52: An Extrovert's Guide to Podcasting with a Co-Host with Veronica Valli

"I love my podcast so much. It’s one of the top three favorite things I do in my business."

Veronica Valli has been joyously sober since May 2nd, 2000. Originally from the UK, she is a Psychotherapist, Emotional Freedom Technique Practitioner, Recovery Coach and Author of the books, Why...

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Episode 51: Ask Me Anything Birthday Episode

"Please don’t be a coach or consultant who has a podcast and never talks about what they do."

In honor of my birthday next week, I decided to do an AMA (Ask Me Anything) style episode this week. I collected questions submitted via email, Facebook, and Instagram.

In this episode, I answer...

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