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266. Playing the Long Game in Your Podcast with Melissa Ambrosini

Like a new relationship, starting a podcast requires commitment and effort. So are you in it for the long haul? On This Episode Of Should I Start A Podcast…. Melissa Ambrosini podcasts for the “long game.”  This episode is a snippet from WAP 2020 featuring Melissa Ambrosini, bestselling author and host of the number one podcast, The Melissa Ambrosini Show. …

261. Shifting Perspectives with Your Podcast with Scott Mitchell

Do you realise when you’re stuck in a pattern? It could be as simple as pouring the cereal before the milk, or as taxing as getting into toxic relationships over and over again. When you interrupt those repetitive patterns, you allow yourself to shift your perspective and make serious changes. On This Episode Of Should I Start A Podcast…. Scott …

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260. Going Deeper with Your Podcast with Scott Bryant-Comstock

If you could only make one final episode of your podcast, what would your closing message be? Would you go deeper than ever before? On This Episode Of Should I Start A Podcast…. Scott Bryant-Comstock contemplates podcasting and what comes next. In this episode, I talk to Scott Bryant-Comstock about going deep with your podcast. Scott is the host of …

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254. How to Create Relationships with Your Podcast Audience

In the podcasting world, you’re bombarded with the importance of the “Call to Action”. A CTA is indeed important, but what about the call to engagement? Engagement can’t happen until you create meaningful relationships with your podcast audience. On This Episode Of Should I Start A Podcast… Never underestimate the power of listener engagement. Engagement is the number one reason …

252. How to Invite Instead of Sell in the Podcast World

252. How to Invite Instead of Sell in the Podcast World

Selling doesn’t come naturally to most of us. But instead of thinking of it as a necessary evil, tweak your perspective a bit. Think of a sale more like an invitation. You’re just inviting someone to use something of value that you have to offer. On This Episode of Should I Start A Podcast… Sales are like invitations. As podcasters, we’re …