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Best of Podcasters & The Book on Podcasting
5 minutes | Jul 17, 2018
Forget About a Blog on Your Résumé – Add a Podcast Instead
26 minutes | Jun 28, 2018
Colin Gray | The Podcast Host | Podcraft
Colin Gray is a podcaster, speaker, PhD and founder of thePodcastHost.com and AL EH 2 Alitu.com. The Podcast Host is a podcast network and a huge content resource on creating a successful show. Alitu is a tool for podcasters which automates and assists editing and production, making podcasting quick and easy! Twitter - thepodcasthost Instagram - the_podcast_host
30 minutes | Jun 27, 2018
Daniel J Lewis & The Audacity To Podcast | International Podcast Day Co-Founder & Award Winning Podcaster
Daniel J Lewis talks about his first 9 podcasts in 2 years. His discussed improving his podcast when he started to focus his time, and make podcasting a part of his life. Daniel shares messages about authenticity, being criticized for someone who you no longer are, learning how to communicate, running a business, and making yourself better.
25 minutes | May 8, 2018
Brandon Hull | Freelance to Founder | HelloCast
Brandon Hull is the host of Freelance to Founder, a narrative podcast featuring the stories of one-time freelancers who've scaled their businesses to be much bigger than themselves. He has also hosted a restaurant industry podcast and content sites at NextRestaurants.com, and even originally participated in one of the first podcast networks 10 years ago, Podango (proncouned Pah-DANG-oh). He's also the co-founder of a new podcast planning tool called HelloCast that's in-development now.
33 minutes | Apr 18, 2018
Clay Groves | Fish Nerds | Engagement Motivation
Clay Groves is obsessed with fish and best known for a quest (with former host Dave Kellam) in 2011 to catch and eat every kind of freshwater fish in New Hampshire. After catching and eating 48 species of fish and ending the epic quest, he could not stop talking about the adventures or the fishy people met along the way. Thus, the podcast was born. The style has been described as a cross between NPR’s Car Talk and the Tonight Show Night (Fallon, not Leno). The podcast is just about to have it's fifth birthday with the recording of the 200th episode scheduled for memorial day. The Fish Nerds have been featured on National Public Radio, Boston Public Radio, New Hampshire Public Radio and nearly every news outlet in New Hampshire. In addition Clay is a nationally recognized speaker who has spoken at the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center, on stage at WGBH Boston and at the Boston Symphony. When Clay is not podcasting he writes grants to fund afterschool programming and runs a Fishing Guide Service.
31 minutes | Apr 10, 2018
Steve Christensen | Scoop School - The Ice Cream Retailers Podcast
BIO – Steve Christensen After opening and operating a chain of frozen custard stores in his native Australia, Steve was invited by a major US equipment manufacturer to the United States, and moved to the United States with his family in 2004. Taking up a position as Director and Chief Instructor at the Frozen Dessert Institute in locations around the country, Steve has trained literally tens of thousands of current and "would be" ice cream business owners (both independent and franchise) in the art of making ice cream and growing a retail and wholesale frozen dessert business. In fact, Steve has had a hand in opening more than 700 ice cream and frozen dessert retail locations around the world and has worked with such chains as Costco, Whole Foods, Shake Shack, Sandals Resorts, KFC, DQ, Hollywood Casinos and many more on training and/or developing their frozen dessert programs. As an internationally sought after keynote speaker and seminar leader, Steve gives regular workshops, seminars and addresses all around the country at such events as: *Annual Penn State University Ice Cream Courses *National Ice Cream Retailers Association *Great Lakes Ice Cream and Fast Food Association *New York International Restaurant Show *The Mid America Restaurant Expo *The FES show, Sydney Australia *New England Ice Cream Restaurant Association *SIGEP International Ice Cream Show, Italy *The National Ice Cream Expo, United Kingdom Steve is a monthly columnist for the Ice Cream Alliance (UK) magazine and regularly contributes for such publications a, Dessert Professional Magazine, National Ice Cream Retailers Bulletin and others. As a seasoned presenter on a variety of media platforms, Steve has been featured on radio programs, web based video productions and on television including BBC America and the St Louis CBS morning show, "Great Day St Louis" with weird and wonderful ice cream and frozen dessert creations. In seeing a void in the online space for ice cream retailers, Steve has developed and founded scoopschool.com, a web based informational resource for the entire ice cream community. With industry interviews, vendor listings, marketing, promotion and recipe ideas, scoopschool.com is unique in its focus towards ice cream professionals. Scoop School Live is yet another initiative to bring Steve's frozen dessert industry knowledge and experience to those interested in opening and operating their own frozen dessert business, either wholesale or retail. Scoop School holds regular live classes at its State of the Art facility is St louis Missouri, and also through its online education portal at scoopschool.online. Steve also hosts a daily podcast/videocast at icecream.video dealing with all things ice cream and frozen dessert. In 2015 Steve authored his first book “From Hopeless to Hero: How to Hire, Train and Motivate Super Employees” which became a Best Seller and No 1 new release on Amazon.com. The associated website www.hopelesstohero.com has been assisting employers all over the world in finding, training and motivating their own "super" employees. Steve's extensive knowledge of the ice cream and frozen dessert trade, coupled with his Aussie "larrikin" sense of humor makes for great "edu-tainment", whether in a live seminar, on TV or over the world wide wide web.
26 minutes | Apr 5, 2018
Harry Nelson | Harry Says Yes | A Career In The Podcast Industry
Harry Nelson is a relatively young person living in New York City. Harry Says Yes to things, but mostly just laughs at his own jokes on the podcast Harry Says Yes.
16 minutes | Mar 29, 2018
Grieving Over Fiction & Fantasy | Special 100th Epsiode
I bring you this special 100th episode. It's how I used the art and process of podcasting to heal a recent wound. Please visit http://podcasterscoach.com Alexander, The Podcaster's Coach ----- I haven’t connected with a friend since Christmas. We were over-due to connect and I was heading toward his neighborhood one day. He always makes time to have a coffee for me. I’ve known him for 12-13 years. I call him. His phone is out of service. It’s happened one time before. He has a crummy job and goes through these periods of no work. He lost his phone before, but managed to get it back. He called me when it happened. This time around, he did not give me a heads up. I waited for a week. Nothing. Fed up of calling a phone number that was invalid, I went to his apartment. No luck. There was mail in his mailbox. I wrote a note and stuffed it in. What’s going on? Give me a call. Another week, nothing. I leave messages at the place where I think he works, but is not in the directory. I find out who the property owner of his building is and leave messages…..more like pleas. Do you have any info. Somebody feels sorry for me and calls me back. He moved a couple of weeks ago. So he hasn’t died. I am suppose to be his emergency contact. I am relieved, but I have no way to reach him. We had no mutual friends. He is a single city dweller and I am a family man in the sub-burbs. Two weeks I worried, almost always assuming the worst. When I found out he moved, I was mad. Why isn’t he connecting with me. I have sent emails. He can check his email at the library. Why? What is wrong. Then the pain set in. He loved his neighborhood. He had been living in his apartment for about 20 years. He’ll never afford his neighborhood now. He’s almost 60. He’s slower. He’s been having major allergy issues. Last time I visited, we walked to the coffee shop and he had to stop midway to catch his breath. Where is he? Is he on the street? Is he sick? Did he lose his job? No one will hire him. He’s too old. How can he get by? He has no family. What’s happened? Why? On and on this went inside my head. My body would follow feeling grief. I was in grieving over circumstances that I did not have information on. Grief became my meditation practice. I was totally fine when it was out of mind, but when it came back, I struggled. The grief sucked my energy and I was sad. Quite frankly, I was sick of myself. I wanted to get out of myself. I just wanted a break. I have not touched booze in 3 months, but it was the only solution to escape myself. 4 beers and a movie. My children stayed away, without me even asking, and I had a few hours of forgetting. But of course, I would pay for it. Even thought it was only 4 beers, it completely ruined my sleep. My body detests alcohol. It fights it. While I try to sleep, my body is going crazy working the alcohol out. It keeps me up. I wake up, not rested, and therefore unproductive. Thank god for Sundays. My focused moved from my lost friend to my stupidity. When Monday came around, I began to realize that I was grieving over fiction. I had created various negative situations regarding my lost friend. I knew 2 things only - his phone number does not work and he moved. I know nothing else. I formed these attachments. I became attached to the melancholy. I became attached to grief. I became especially attached to myself - how dare he not call me? Am I not his friend?! Then I became attached to an old coping mechanism, beer, that I knew stopped working. It’s no good, if the end result is bad. The end result being a full day of being tired and not well rested, not to mention being harmful to this vehicle called my body. Let me tell you something about this experience, and I want you to think about it. Do you do this too? I grieved over fantasy. I went with worse case scenario and experienced a roller coaster of emotions. I do not have a crystal ball. Neither do you. If you are going to play this game of having all of the answers, then at least keep it positive, and of course, realistic. If you are upset over something right now that you don’t have all the facts to, you are making yourself miserable for nothing. I could have chose to say to myself, well, my friend seems like he’s gotten into a financial pickle. He probably feels embarrassed about it and would prefer to connect with me when he is able to improve his situation. I could have taken all of those moments of grief that came out of a fantasy and applied the energy into something useful, like my family or my business. Catch yourself. Catch yourself right now. Don’t do this. And then there is one other little thing. Don’t take any relationship for granted. Life is crazy. People come and people go. We lose people along this journey. Make the moments that you have for the people you care for count. If you want to transform your life today, you will focus on the people presently in your life and you will practice love and gratitude for the moments that you have. Do this with everyone. You don’t have to tell them if you don’t want to. Feel gratitude in every meeting that you have. Of course, grieve if you have the facts, of course, but resist the negative mind that tries to fill in the gaps. Shake hands more. Hug more. Let people know that you appreciate them. Love yourself in the process too. No matter how many, You are blessed in the relationships you have. Your mind is loves the past and the future. It changes the past all of the time, and it really loves the future - the creativity to create a future. A positive, but especially a negative one. You’ll find yourself there often, and it may bring you down, but breathe, think and feel your breath inside and outside of your body, and get present. Practice presence, everyday. Hold on to people in the present. Let them go when the time is appropriate. Fell blessed that you have this day.
15 minutes | Mar 16, 2018
Ian Farrar: Boss it on Social Media
Boss it on Social Media Ian Farrar joins me today with some great insights on social media. Some highlights include: - Don't just sell - 3 X 30 minute sessions - Meaningful content - Boss one platform - The slow burn - a hack for algorithms - AND Ian't top 5 tips Check Ian out at http://industryangel.com/ Listen at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/industry-angel-business-podcast/id1081088439?mt=2
22 minutes | Mar 12, 2018
Podcasts Can Improve Lives
I was recently a guest on Life Transformation Radio with Sean Douglas talking about my journey as the Podcaster’s Coach and the recently released, Book on Podcasting. It was a lot of fun and I really appreciated the opportunity. There were several things that came up during the interview that I would like to expand on today. The book I wrote is about how the process of podcasting and podcast creation can change a person’s life. Regardless to say, I am a huge advocate for people to start their podcast…..today! Right away! Don’t delay if you haven’t already. Today I present a podcast on 3 ways podcasts can improve your life. On the second part of this podcast, I am joined by Mr Ian Farrar of the Industry Angel Business Podcast. He’ll join me for a Micro Podcast Improv. @Industry_Angel @Ian_Farrar ---- @podcasterscoach http://podcasterscoach.com
16 minutes | Mar 5, 2018
Perfection - An Inventory of Your Skills, Talents, & Experiences.
Keep in mind these things to combat feels of perfectism - Remember something in the past that you took on and compare yourself from day 1 to day 60 Embrace your imperfection. Listen to the imperfection of others. Listen to podcast #1 from your favorite podcaster. Tell yourself that it is ok that you are not perfect When you see perfection in social media, remember that this can be a snap shot in someone elses life. You don’t even know that its real. Cut yourself some slack. Love yourself. Don’t beat yourself up And create a range from 1 to 10. Put someone at 1 and anther at 10. Where are you? Practice will move you up. ----- Lorraine Whyte from the Unlock Your Soul Podcast joins me in the second half for a Micro Podcast Improv. You can hear our full interview this coming Friday. ----- http://podcasterscoach.com
17 minutes | Feb 26, 2018
If you want to be someone new or re-invent yourself, then you have to just do it. You have to start somewhere. You start being who you want to be on day one, and you build your experience up. It’s going to be hard, and you will meet opposition, but you have to persevere. You must not allow negativity from strangers get you down. They are strangers and not a meaningful part of your life. Of course, if I was approach by a stranger with courteous feedback and valid points, that would be meaningful. If it is something other than that, brush it off. This episode is about a strategy on dealing with criticism which appears negative and unhelpful. Cory Johnston from The Brainstorm Podcast joins me for a Micro Podcast Improv. I’ll share a short interview that we did together this coming Friday. Have a great week! Alexander http://podcasterscoach.com
30 minutes | Feb 19, 2018
The Vision of Your Podcast and Life
Podcasting is growing and thriving business, but it is much much more than a business. Maybe you are doing this for your existing business, or starting a new business, or even just a hobby. If you are creating a podcast, specifically for a business, it’s a brilliant move of course, but I want you to open your mind to the potential of personal growth while you podcast for your business. A podcast can be a tool for transformation and personal development. Have you made your goals for 2018? Do you have a vision of what you want your life and podcast to be this year. It's not too late to do it. In this episode, I ask you to think of these things. Dig in deep, pull that inner artist out again, and design a life with more happiness. http://podcasterscoach.com ------ News segment features Rob Cressy, Founder of Cress Media. http://cressmedia.com/
5 minutes | Feb 13, 2018
The Benefits of Podcasting for Your Business
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41 minutes | Feb 12, 2018
Break Through Your Comfort Zone
When you want to stretch yourself and grow, it gets uncomfortable. They call it the comfort zone, right? I can see an image of it. You have a person on the left. In the middle, you’ve got static, electricity, a whirlwind, and then on the right, the same person filled with personal growth and development. It’s going to suck when you break through the comfort zone. Notice that I didn’t say, ‘when you try to break through’? I prefer WHEN YOU BREAK THROUGH. It’ll be challenging, but after you break on through the discomfort, you are a higher, more achievement, further enlightened version of your old self. Contact Alexander at http://podcasterscoach.com. Leave a voice message at 416-614-1416 ---- Podcast News Included on the second half of the program. Special Co-Host is Christian Swain from Rock N Roll Archaeology.
36 minutes | Feb 5, 2018
A Recipe to Eliminate a Stressful Situation
I talk today about stress and choosing to let things go. My stress levels have been very high. Despite having a Publisher for my book, I have had to do and learn so many new things and hire many different people. One person in particular ripped me off, lied to me, and delivered something that I was not happy with. There was a lot of conflict. The product, my media kit, means a lot to me, so I held that in my heart. When things started going sideways, it started to hurt. I carried that hurt and disappointment for days. But you know, this is life. These things are really hard to avoid. Unless you are dedicating yourself to a meditation practice in a cave, it’s going to be very hard to avoid conflict. Conflict makes me sick inside. Does that happen to you? It feels like a sickness to me. When I have sickness, I want it to go away. We all do, for sure. When you are in this state, you need to think about your well being, and the well being of those around you. ---- Go to http://podcasterscoach.com, sign up ND get Chapter 4 of the book for free. If you go to http://www.thebookonpodcasting.com, you’ll get exclusive content and the bonuses that I’ve mentioned in the book. ---- Links for Podnews articles here: http://podcasterscoach.com/podcast-news-february-5-2018/
11 minutes | Jan 31, 2018
Interview with Steven Pacheco
4 minutes | Jan 31, 2018
Steven Pacheco - Finding The Truth In Your Own Voice
Finding The Truth In Your Own Voice Written and narrated by Steven Pacheco of Trace Evidence, this piece discusses the power of the podcast and the ability to use it to help other people. This segment is from Chapter 8 from The Book on Podcasting. For additional bonuses, and a private one-on-on conversation between Steven Pacheco and the Podcaster’s Coach, please visit http://www.thebookonpodcasting.com.
13 minutes | Jan 31, 2018
Interview with Rob O’Donohue
8 minutes | Jan 31, 2018
Rob O’Donohue – Overcoming the Imposter syndrome 1% at a time!
Overcoming the Imposter syndrome 1% at a time! Written and narrated by Rob O’Donohue of The 1% Better Podcast, this piece discusses his podcasting journey and how it has helped his personal growth. This segment is from Chapter 8 from The Book on Podcasting. For additional bonuses, and a private one-on-on conversation between Rob and the Podcaster’s Coach, please visit http://www.thebookonpodcasting.com.
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