Even once we’ve beaten the odds and become successful, doubt can come creeping in. It’s ok to feel not good enough, as long as you push through that. Success isn’t a magic wand that zaps all your insecurities away. Coming to terms with your worth is an ongoing process.
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 you're thinking about starting a podcast or simply looking for a better way to get your message out to your audience, then this is the podcast for you.
Steph Taylor knows what she’s doing.
But she didn’t always. Like most entrepreneurs, Steph kind of made it up as she went along.
She founded StephTaylor.co after her first business just didn’t pan out the way she expected it to. StephTaylor.co is a virtual hub that helps online entrepreneurs launch and relaunch their online courses, memberships, digital products and podcasts.
And it turned out she was really amazing at creating businesses. And she was really amazing at showing other people how to do the same. But even with all this massive success, she still had that nagging little voice in the back of her head telling her she wasn’t good enough. The voice would shake her sense of worth, even if she knew better. In fact, she still has to tell that same voice to shut up, even today.
Today's episode is Part 2 of Steph and Ronsley’s mic switch-up. To celebrate 300 episodes of Steph's podcast “Socialette”, Steph asked our very own Ronsley, to interview her on her show. In the second part of their conversation, Steph tells us all about her marketing concepts. They are completely unique to her strengths. She also touches on tracking your social media returns and why she always leaves lots of white on her calendar. Take a listen to the conclusion of this fun interview.
Other Snippets In This Episode:
- Why Steph never felt like she was good enough
- Why the word “qualification” is meaningless
- What coming to terms with her own self worth looks like to Steph
- Steph’s superpower, according to Ronsley
- The reality of Imposter Syndrome
- Why marketing is all about perspective
- Why Steph will probably always do her own Facebook ads
- What Steph envisions for her future
Author: Kaili Bonnyman
Kaili is the Queen of Audio at Must Amplify.