Interview jitters got you anxious for your next show? Cue the confidence and learn how to ask the right questions the right way–for you and your guest.
On This Episode Of Should I Start A Podcast….
Michael O’Neal maintains the mindset of a professional.
This episode is a snippet from WAP 2017 featuring Michael O’Neal, host of The Solopreneur Hour podcast. Michael is an entrepreneurial coach who has launched half a dozen wildly successful podcasts with millions of listeners. With every interview, he treats himself as a professional journalist. His experience has led him to perfect the art of interviewing to get the most out of every conversation.
Leading your guests into their best stories and enlightening wisdom can be a daunting task. That’s why Michael breaks down exactly what to think about before going into an interview. He provides tips for conducting the best research to make the most of your hour-long encounter. Learn how to improve the art of your interview by asking the right questions and taking control of your show with Michael’s advice.
Other cool stuff in this episode:
- Use your conference connections
- Why you should avoid the “about” page
- The intimacy of podcasting
- How to introduce someone
- Plugging your guests
Links and Resources:
Follow Michael on Instagram @solohour
Listen to The Solopreneur Hour
Check out Proudly Unemployable on Facebook
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Author: Kaili Bonnyman
Kaili is the Queen of Audio at Must Amplify.