121. Adrian Easdown on Finding Success in the Accommodation Industry, Podcasting as an Introvert and the Power of Bad Reviews

Finding the good in the negative can really make you a stronger business owner and make your business better than you could ever imagine. Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how to keep them …

120. Lessons of Entrepreneurial Success and Failure – Greg Layton Uncovers Ronsley’s Journey

Failure is often the greatest teacher in an entrepreneur’s journey to success, and there are lessons for all of us. Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how to keep them hungry for more. If …

119. Sally Foley-Lewis on the Importance of Emotional Intelligence, Building Trust in the Workplace and Knowing What Is ‘Enough’

Sally Foley-Lewis has a million different titles. She’s an expert in middle management, a podcast host, a bestselling author, a speaker. I could go on and on, but the point is Sally knows her stuff when it comes to being a good leader. On this latest episode, we have a far-ranging talk that covers everything from finding inner peace as …

118. Jennifer Ho on Staring Fear in the Face and Living Your Best Life

This latest episode of Should I Start a Podcast covers one of my favourite things in the world to talk about: entrepreneurship. What makes someone an entrepreneur, how to get over self-doubt and everything else that goes with starting your own business. Jennifer, my guest during this episode, is a serial entrepreneur. She’s the owner of United Tribe, a coaching …

116. Networx Panel: Three Successful Podcasters’ Tips for Success

Our latest episode is something a little different. Recently I was lucky enough to sit on a Networx panel with two other successful Australian podcasters: Stevie Dillon of Stevie Says Social and Phoebe Parsons of Confessions of a Twenty Something Train Wreck. Our conversation was one part fun, one part hilarious and one part incredibly useful for fledgling podcasters. Each …

114. Why Writing a Book Can Change Your Business (and Life) with Ronsley Vaz and Laura Petersen

When Ronsley Vaz and Laura Petersen get together, great conversation is inevitable. On the latest episode of Copy that Pops, that’s exactly what happened. The two connected to discuss everything from education to psychology. But the real crux of the conversation was how Ronsley’s recent decision to write a book has changed the way he looks at business and his …