073 – How to Shift Your Message – with Merry Maker Sisters Emma and Carla Papas

I’m so excited to be catching up with the Merrymaker Sisters again in this episode. I first spoke to Emma and Carla when they where building a blog and sharing paleo recipes and I was starting my podcast. It’s been two years of full-time merrymaking for the girls & big changes in my biz too and I’m thrilled to be able to share their epic journey with you.

Top 6 Ways to Promote Your Book with a Podcast

I’ve wanted to write this post for a long time! If I had a dollar for every entrepreneur I meet who is writing a book but want to wait till that’s launched to think about podcasting … well I could probably buy you a coffee. With almond milk.

In my opinion, a podcast and a book aren’t an either/or. Or a this and then. They can work together brilliantly to help you build your audience and credibility holistically.

069 – Part 2 Should I Podcast? with Anna Chisholm (SISAP) (Summer Series)

This is for you if you’re interested in HOW entrepreneurs can grow their business with podcasting. It’s for you if you’re thinking about podcasting and you want inspiration to get started. And it’s for you if you’re ALREADY podcasting because you’ll get inspiration, ideas and advice you can apply in your podcast right now that will pay off forever.
But this isn’t just me preaching to you about podcasting. It isn’t me bringing on experts to tell you how fabulous podcasting is.
In this series, you will meet an entrepreneur who is just like you. Anna Chirsholm is a health coach and one of my PodWell clients. She’s a Mum, a passionate plant based foodie, a fitness fanatic and  NOW A PODCASTER who is behind the show Big Impact.

068 – Part 1 Should I Podcast? with Anna Chisholm (SISAP) (Summer Series)

Welcome to our 5 Part Series: Should I Start a Podcast?

This is for you if you’re interested in HOW entrepreneurs can grow their business with podcasting. It’s for you if you’re thinking about podcasting and you want inspiration to get started. And it’s for you if you’re ALREADY podcasting because you’ll get inspiration, ideas and advice you can apply in your podcast right now that will pay off forever.

Podcasting in 2017: The why, what and how

As I write this post, the “podcast” has been around for over 10 years. I personally have been podcasting for more than 2 years. In the time that I’ve been podcasting, I’ve helped dozens of entrepreneurs launch podcasts and seen hundreds of new podcasts enter the mothership of podcast directories, iTunes.
So it’s a fair question to ask as to whether 2017 is too late to start a podcast. Has the podcasting train left the station?