40 minutes | Mar 8, 2021

Billy Gallo | How Podcasting Transformed This Well Known Actor's Fear of Being Himself To Owning His Authentic Voice

The worldwide events of 2020, and now into 2021, have shaken things up for everyone. For a lot of you out there, it’s presented a unique opportunity that’s actually allowed us to think about our lives and business in a new way. If you’ve been wondering how you can do something different, personally or professionally, this year, then podcasting might be the change you’ve been looking for. Over the last few episodes, you’ve heard from a handful of graduates from my Podcast Accelerator program. Every single one of them have been in your shoes! That common thread among podcast creators in our program was the desire to do something different, something meaningful, that allowed them to reach people all over the worldMy guest today is Hollywood actor and master teacher Billy Gallo. His podcast Hollywood Dream Maker, has helped him level up after being forced to close his acting school during the pandemic. Not only has his podcast helped him reach out to an impressive global audience, but it’s actually brought him more business! In today’s episode, Billy talks about his experience going through the program, how he knew that his discomfort was a signal that he was on the right path, and how hosting a podcast has given him the opportunity to reconnect with his growing community. Here’s to going global, changing lives, and shining your light! In This Episode You Will Learn: How podcasting expands global reach (6:00)Summoning the courage to exit your comfort zone (10:40)Providing a platform for vulnerability (14:52)Finding and embracing your authenticity (21:35)How a podcast can build your brand and boost profits (26:10)The power of presence (29:45)The Podcast Accelerator Difference (32:24)Resources: Quiz: Reveal Your Podcast PotentialThe 4-Step Podcast with Purpose PathConnect with Billy Gallo:Podcast: Hollywood Dream Maker with Billy GalloWebsite: www.billygallo.comLinkedInYouTube  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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