Sparking Conversations, Best Practices of Podcasting, and The Origin of Penguin Latte (#28)

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In this episode I’m interviewed by my buddy Robbie Crabtree (@RobbieCrab). Robbie Crabtree is a trial lawyer with a decade of experience handling some of the world’s most brutal court cases. I’m talking domestic violence, child abuse, homicide — all the nasty stuff we’d rather not think about. To call him thick-skinned would be an understatement. Robbie first appeared on the podcast in episode 18, which you can listen to here.

But to call him intimidating would be an overstatement. Robbie’s one of the most generous souls I’ve ever met. He’s also packing 10 years of public speaking experience into a month long online workshop called Performative Speaking (which I’m producing videos for).

So why the heck is this powerhouse trial lawyer interviewing little’ol me? Hell if I know! But Robbie was generous enough to reach out to talk to me about sparking conversations, the best practices of podcasting, constraints, formatting, what to name your show, and much more. This is an episode for anyone thinking of starting their own podcast. So, please enjoy!

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