Whether you're a guest on a podcast or you host one, it's super important to be prepared for the right and best conversation.
It starts long before you start recording.
This 3-minute video sheds light on how to find the right show, virtual event, and audience to share your expertise. (Hint: Your interview is an organic lead magnet!)
Click the video above to watch and learn!
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Whether you’re a host or a guest expert, toss out your list of questions.
You've gotta trust yourself and let things flow naturally.
From my experience, the most memorable interviews are just easy, casual conversations.
They're enjoyable for the host, guest, AND audience!
People remember intriguing conversations, stories, personalities, and takeaways.
When others like what they hear and see, they’ll...
· Recommend and refer you
· Sign up for your stuff
· Join –and engage—in your community
· Hire you
Hosts and guests who trust themselves (and each other) aren't rigid or stuck to a script.
They look forward to something spicy coming up.
They expect to hear a nugget that's fresh and intriguing.
They feel comfortable not knowing each word and question.
They know that they know their stuff without a list of questions.
They prepare--and listen--in a...
I was FaceTiming with my nephew Eric, a college senior preparing to take on the world and make his mark.
Eric loves writing and has a strong sense of himself. He's bold, fun and funny. But he scared me beyond words.
Eric told me about his papers and professors. I'm sure he saw me twitch as he described his writing style and expression within the confines of a college classroom.
I told Eric point-blank: For the most part, everything you've had to write in college—style, formats and opinions.—will all go out the window.
The writing most of us have learned in school and have been using in business all these years is rarely effective these days.
Long, dry and stuffy writing is equivalent to a sleeping pill. People want personality and pizzazz.
Please don't ...
I was driving in a new area a few days ago and got lost...despite the GPS.
So I approached another human being who was walking his dog and he gave me on-point directions. "Go 2 miles; you'll pass the library and a gas station. At the light, turn left onto Broadway. There's a Walgreens on the corner. Take Broadway about half-a-mile and you'll see signs for the highway on the right. Bear right and then stay left towards Highway 10."
The various places and signs he told me to look for were super helpful in me finding my way. Being specific in our communication is critical, especially when we "talk to ourselves"...you know the internal soundtrack that's constantly looping in our heads. Our brains are wired to be specific. When we write down clear goals, our brains become laser-focused and move us towards what we want.
A key take-away from students in one of my recent online coaching programs was...
Hundreds of people over the years have asked me why reporters and podcasters are so dang hard to reach.
Why are they grumpy, uninterested and non-responsive?
Here’s the secret:
Ninety-five percent of the pitches and “great story ideas” that are sent are irrelevant. They aren't newsworthy. They aren't valuable and “worthy” of an audience’s attention and interest.
It's that simple.
I was a radio news reporter and on-air anchor. I received thousands of pitches during my 10-year career in newsrooms in New Jersey and New York.
I decided what was newsworthy. I was the gatekeeper.
My audience depended on my sound judgement to share important, compelling and interesting stories that affected them. The same is true today with reporters—and podcasters. They want subject matter experts—people like YOU!...
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