A solo podcast is hard. It needs to feel like a conversation with the person on the otherside, who doesn’t get a chance to speak back. So, if a conversation was like this in real life, how would it have got there?
What would have been the question that you were asked to start your monologue? Think that through at the beginning because how you start is going to set the tone for the rest of the episode.
This doesn’t apply just to podcasts, but also to essays, forum comments, emails, etc.
I believe in helping people in whatever way you can.
In the power of creativity to transform a life, a business and the world.
That if everyone was more generous the world would thrive.
I've been an engineer.
And a salesperson.
I also enjoy art.
Today, I write.
Stemming from my diverse experiences, I have a broad perspective and share it with others on topics from doing work you love to running a small business.
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