Podcasts are thriving at the moment – and to a lot of budding business owners or entrepreneurs, it may seem like an easy avenue to spread the right message and be heard by lots of people. However, very few know what really goes into hosting a successful show until they have the experience themselves.
On this episode of the Abundantly Clear podcast, Malorie dives deep on the experience of hosting a podcast, including letting your guests be themselves (even when it’s not easy), walking the line between having guests who align with you and producing diverse content, and the criteria Malorie follows to bring on only the best. Listen in for a rare insider’s perspective on podcasting.
- Why making your voice and the voices of others heard is more complex than you think
- What you can learn when you branch out and engage with stories wildly different than your own
- How COVID-19 has affected the way we speak to each other, interact and express our opinions
- And much more!
“I’m certainly not perfect. I certainly don’t get it right every single time I have to practice this myself, but we learn from having conversations with people that do not think the same that we do. We learn from seeing other people do things in ways that we’ve never done before. We learned from talking to people that have different angles of life that we don’t have.”
– Malorie Nicole
How to get involved
- Malorie has become an expert in helping people remove their mindset blocks, so they can experience the growth in their business and decrease in stress they desire. Check the site to learn more, download a freebie and stay connected.
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