Don’t Focus on the Rock in the Road

If you’ve ever ridden a motorcycle, or even a bicycle, you know that hitting debris in the road can cause a serious accident. Veteran motorcyclists warn that if you see a rock or other debris in the road, whatever you do, don’t focus on it, because you’ll hit whatever you keep your eyes on. A […]

5 Strategies for Dealing Effectively with Change

Change is inevitable. Some changes we initiate and enter into willingly, while other changes are thrust upon us. Changes that happen to us may be desirable or undesirable. All change is a step into the unknown. Changes emerge from a variety of sources: Changes in family Changes as we age Changes through the phases of […]

What’s working right now?

I’m doing an info-only webinar 3 times over the next couple of weeks. I’m calling it “What’s working right now?” In this webinar, I’ll be covering… 1. What marketing and promotion tactics are working for podcasters/content creators right now… 2. What are the latest stats on things like episode length, downloads, and where people are […]

Reasons Why Executives Should be Podcasting – #1 Give your company a face

Companies with the most respected and influential leaders will create the most buzz, leads and sales for their organizations. So, it’s important for companies to give themselves a “face” consumers can know, like and trust by humanizing their brand with their top executives. Podcasting can offer that humanizing experience, giving the top executives a place […]

Can’t See the Forest for the Trees? The Dangers of Proximity Blindness

Have you ever heard the phrase “you can’t see the forest for the trees?” Well today, I want to talk about why they phrase, or as I like to call it “proximity blindness” is the very reason that you should always have outside eyes and ears, experts, coaches, masterminds, and consultants helping you with your […]

Failure is Vital to Success

Nobody likes to fail. I don’t like to fail. Yet, I’m hard-pressed to think of anything worthwhile that was ever accomplished without some measure of failure first. Consider Thomas Edison. As an inventor, Edison failed 1,000 times at inventing the light bulb. But when a reporter asked, “How did it feel to fail 1,000 times?” […]

The Cure for Procrastination

I have been a serial procrastinator since middle school. BUt it wasn’t until I found a way to stop this in my business that I started to move the needle. In this episode, I want to share with you the Cure for Procrastination. The Cure for Procrastination When confronted about his procrastination, a young man […]

Podcast Supercharger FAQ

Here are some frequently asked questions I get about podcast supercharger. #1. “Is this program for hobbyists or serious business owners?” The principles I’ll teach you apply to any and every podcaster who wants to create and grow a show. In years of working with podcasters, I’ve yet to meet a single one who said […]

The 8 Most Common Questions I Get Asked About Podcasting

What are people really wondering about when they want to start a podcast? Well, would it shock you to know that most people, like yourself, are wondering the same exact things, but are too afraid to ask for fear of sounding silly.  Well, I’ve compiled a list of the eight most common questions I get […]