Because podcasting is the best way to leverage your curiosity.

Because a podcast lets you explore the true final frontier: your perspective.

And because the barrier to entry has never been lower. There’s no gatekeepers. There’s no network execs telling you what to say. It’s just you, a microphone, and your limitless curiosity.

But even though it’s easier than ever, it’s a lot of work to create a podcast that people remember. But that’s exactly how they’ll remember yours: because you put in the work to make it memorable.

Conversations spark insight, connection, and forward momentum. A good conversation is a collaboration between three people. The host, the guest, and the audience participate in making something remarkable.

You can host a podcast.

Which is why I’m starting a new video series called Paul Teaches Podcasting. I’ll be posting at least two videos a month on all things podcasts. Expect tutorials on…

  • The best practices of hosting a podcast
  • Stalking your guests (aka doing your homework)
  • How to have a juicy conversation
  • Getting comfortable on camera and with a mic
  • How to come up with questions on the spot
  • and loads more…

I hope you’ll check it out. And I hope it’ll move you to picking up that mic, reaching out to your favorite people, and hitting record.

Here’s a quick video to get you started.

And if you have any questions about podcasting, reach out to me on Twitter. I love talking about this stuff. I’d be happy to help.



P.S Thanks to Robbie Crabtree for helping with the video.

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