In this community’s companion podcast I talk with podcast creators about their ideas, experiences, what they’ve learned, what motivates them, their personal points-of-view, and all sorts of things related to podcasting.
You do NOT need to have a podcast show to join me for a conversation.
Let’s skip past the Imposter Syndrome, where you think you’ve got nothing to say. Take a breath. That’s better. Now . . .
I invite you to join me for a twenty-minute recording session. Pick a half-hour spot via Calendly which works for your schedule:
If you don’t see a day, or time-of-day, that works for you, just get back to me in whatever channel we were communicating. I’ll do my best to find a date/time that works for you. Or tell me when you want me to ask you again later, (“give me a couple weeks”, or “ask me again next month”, …and I’ll followup with you then.)
We’ll be using Zencastr.com — You will need a desktop or notebook computer
and the Chrome web browser. This is the hardest part; You must use a Chrome web browser to join the recording call.
After we stop recording, you decide if I publish it. Seriously. You get a big, safe, veto option. Published or vetoed, I’ll still be glad we had a chance to have a cool conversation.
There’s no need to prepare, and there’s no need to show up early.
You’ll receive a Zencaster invite via email about 15 minutes before the scheduled time. There’s no need to show up early though.
After some warm-up conversation, we’ll dive in. We’ll be recording audio-only.
Please have headphones. If you have a good mic setup, that’s nice to have, (but not required.)
The episode will be published right after our recording. I’ll create a topic here in #listen, and the podcast appears everywhere podcast are normally heard.
If you wish, you can reply to the topic with any additional information that you want to include; links to your web site, podcast, social networks, etc…
Yes, of course!
When we’re done recording, just ask, and I’ll email you download links for the raw audio files.