90. Steph Taylor on Hustling, Wildbloom Creative and Searching for Freedom

Keen to hear an inspirational story about someone quitting their job in search of more? Then today’s episode of Should I Start A Podcast is definitely for you. In this show, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Stephanie Taylor. Steph is an ex-corporate accountant turned entrepreneur and digital marketer. Steph is smart, precocious and determined – she left …

54. I Was Inspired to Start a Podcast with Tanja & Amanda

Aussie Bloggers Podcast began as an inspirational dream by two Aussie Bloggers – Tan and Amanda – who wanted to showcase the Australian talent in the world of blogging. Tanja Turner Tanja Turner is a digital consultant and podcaster who supports individuals and small businesses in using technology. She is co-host of the Aussie Bloggers Podcast and hosts her own radio …

52. The sell more tickets podcast show with Glen Carlson

Founder of The Dent Podcast, Glen Carlson is an award-winning entrepreneur. He is the co-founder of Dent Global and the Key Person of Influence Accelerator. “One of the top personal branding conferences in the world”. INC.com “The worlds leading business accelerator.” Entrepreneur.com In less than 4 years Glen has built his own business into the 9th fastest growing company in …

51. Should I Create a Stand-Alone Podcast with a Fixed Number of Episodes with Jane Jackson

Over the past 15 years, Jane Jackson has coached over 1,000 professionals across Australia and Asia to confidently make successful career choices by identifying their true passion and direction. With experience in industries including travel, health and fitness, public relations, education and human resources in Hong Kong, San Francisco, London, Singapore and Sydney, Jane Jackson is able to draw upon over 30 …

7: Podcast for the greater good with Caroline McCullough

Cas McCullough is a content marketing strategist, and author of Your Brilliant Un-Career: Women, Entrepreneurship, and Making the Leap. Cas specialises in helping purpose-driven women business owners and entrepreneurs out of the marketing maze, so they can focus on building meaningful and profitable connections using brilliant content, social media and permission-based marketing strategies. Her consultancy (formerly Content Marketing Cardiology) was …

3: The 80-20 Podcasting Rule and How to be Original with Scott Webber

Scott Webber is a Podcaster and Podcast Evangelist from the Greater Vancouver area. He is the creator of one of the top ranked podcast in iTunes – “Not Bad For Dad Podcast”, with listeners in over 85 countries and monthly downloads in the tens of thousands. “Not Bad For Dad” is a resource created to help Dads adopt skills, develop …