Podcast with Heart: The Podcast Series

A podcast for women who podcast. Stories about women who are rocking the podcast mic. How and why they got started, their stumbling blocks, big lessons, and top-secret podcasting secrets. Plus loads of tips covering everything from software, equipment, approaching guests, formulating questions, intuitive interviewing, working through fear and comparison, choosing heart and soul over strategy, and podcasting as a sacred process where women can come together to share, heal and grow.
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Alana Helbig shares: + 6 tips for finding and selecting the best podcast guests. + How to communicate clearly and powerfully with potential guests. + The email communications I use when contacting my guests. + The importance of interview etiquette.

Alana Helbig shares: + 6 tips for finding and selecting the best podcast guests. + How to communicate clearly and powerfully with potential guests. + The email communications I use when contacting my guests. + The importance of interview etiquette.

In this episode, Sarah shares:  + Why it’s helpful to interview friends or people you know well when you’re first starting out. + What to do when you hate the sound of your own voice. + How podcasting helped Sarah to move through self-doubt and show up authentically in the online world. + The formula and structure she follows during her interviews. + The importance of consistently releasing new episodes. + Sarah’s SUPER useful tips if you’re thinking about start

In this episode, Sarah shares: + Why it’s helpful to interview friends or people you know well when you’re first starting out. + What to do when you hate the sound of your own voice. + How podcasting helped Sarah to move through self-doubt and show up authentically in the online world. + The formula and structure she follows during her interviews. + The importance of consistently releasing new episodes. + Sarah’s SUPER useful tips if you’re thinking about start

Dreaming of starting a podcast? Ignite: Podcasting for Changemakers is the complete guidebook series for creating and launching a podcast with heart.

Dreaming of starting a podcast? Ignite: Podcasting for Changemakers is the complete guidebook series for creating and launching a podcast with heart.

Today’s episode is a little different and one very close to my heart. I’ve asked my good friend, Nicole Mathieson to play host this week and ask me ALL the questions about my podcasting journey. This is a story I’ve never really shared before and I thought it was about time I did. Together, we look back on the past 18 months of me being behind the podcast mic.

Today’s episode is a little different and one very close to my heart. I’ve asked my good friend, Nicole Mathieson to play host this week and ask me ALL the questions about my podcasting journey. This is a story I’ve never really shared before and I thought it was about time I did. Together, we look back on the past 18 months of me being behind the podcast mic.

A podcast for women who podcast. Stories about women who are rocking the podcast mic. How and why they got started, their stumbling blocks, big lessons, and top-secret podcasting secrets. Plus loads of tips covering everything from software, equipment, approaching guests, formulating questions, intuitive interviewing, working through fear and comparison, choosing heart and soul over strategy, and podcasting as a sacred process where women can come together to share, heal and grow.

A podcast for women who podcast. Stories about women who are rocking the podcast mic. How and why they got started, their stumbling blocks, big lessons, and top-secret podcasting secrets. Plus loads of tips covering everything from software, equipment, approaching guests, formulating questions, intuitive interviewing, working through fear and comparison, choosing heart and soul over strategy, and podcasting as a sacred process where women can come together to share, heal and grow.

From doing a bit of an audit on the female podcasting landscape, there are a few very common mistakes I see women podcasters making again and again, particularly when they are first starting out. These are really simple things that can be prevented, making the entire process more enjoyable while increasing reach and impact.

From doing a bit of an audit on the female podcasting landscape, there are a few very common mistakes I see women podcasters making again and again, particularly when they are first starting out. These are really simple things that can be prevented, making the entire process more enjoyable while increasing reach and impact.

Tahlee Rouillon chats with us about sound quality in our podcast recordings. I know sound quality has always been a struggle for me. There’s a LOT of technical babble out there and it’s really hard to know what’s important and what’s not so important in the land of sound. Because Tahlee works with women to create beautiful and professionally produced spoken-word meditations, I knew she’d have some really useful tips for getting the best sound quality for our recordings.

Tahlee Rouillon chats with us about sound quality in our podcast recordings. I know sound quality has always been a struggle for me. There’s a LOT of technical babble out there and it’s really hard to know what’s important and what’s not so important in the land of sound. Because Tahlee works with women to create beautiful and professionally produced spoken-word meditations, I knew she’d have some really useful tips for getting the best sound quality for our recordings.

Megan Gogoll is the creator and host of The Anxious Poet Podcast. In this episode, Megan and I chat about: + Podcasting vs blogging. Which platform is better at creating community and connection? + How she moved past the fear of sharing very real and vulnerable aspects of her life. + Technology overwhelm + Megan says that success isn’t in the numbers, it’s in the connections (yes!)

Megan Gogoll is the creator and host of The Anxious Poet Podcast. In this episode, Megan and I chat about: + Podcasting vs blogging. Which platform is better at creating community and connection? + How she moved past the fear of sharing very real and vulnerable aspects of her life. + Technology overwhelm + Megan says that success isn’t in the numbers, it’s in the connections (yes!)

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