No More Excuses, Start Your Own Podcast Now.
In a world of self-imposed titles such as thought leader, guru, ninja and Instagram experts with only 212 followers, podcasting provides an opportunity to broadcast your authentic voice. But, many people are afraid to create their own show because they dislike the sound of their own voice or find the technology aspects intimidating.
However, believe it or not, creating a podcast is not all about you and choosing the right equipment it's actually more about listening and learning from your guest.
"I remind myself every morning: Nothing I say this day will teach me anything. So if I'm going to learn, I must do it by listening." Larry King
My daily tech podcast has enabled me to speak with an eclectic mix of guests. Over the last 12 months, I have spoken with Capital One about being the first bank to embrace Amazon Echo. Meanwhile, as the digital transformation gathers pace, I have also recorded interviews with Adobe, Thomson Reuters, The Wyndham Hotel Group, USA Today, Microsoft, Sony, and IBM.
Along the way, I have learned how technology is also affecting sport and entertainment after enjoying conversations with Real Madrid, Manchester United, Motorsport.com, BBC America and Fender digital. I have also been incredibly fortunate to interview TV talk show host Wendy Williams and Star Trek’s William Shatner about how they are using technology on my podcast too.
Over the last few years, I have spoken to many people who excitedly rushed into launching their own podcast and gave up within a month. Why? They didn't have the correct structure in place or invested the time to learn why they were creating a podcast and what value they were providing their audience.
Before thinking about creating your own podcast, you need to listen to other podcasts to understand where your show will fit in. The concept and structure of your podcast is arguably the most important aspect of a successful launch.
The reason many online courses fail is because they often leave students with a wealth of information that they are unsure how to apply to reach their goals.
I decided to remove all of these problems by offering a unique training and coaching program where at the end you will have your own podcast with 12 episodes. By handing over the technical aspects and working closely with me to launch their podcast, my former students are now enjoying success with their own shows.
Rather than sell you a course and leave you with a list of actions, I want to help you execute and finally get your own show online. This is why I created a complete Podcast Production and Launch Program.
I will remove all the pain points that have prevented you from creating your own podcast and also provide you with all the tools you need to make the show a success. Ultimately, a podcast is recording a conversation and publishing it online for the world to listen, let's not over complicate things.
However, I understand it can feel both daunting and overwhelming so rather than just offering you a course and saying good luck, I wanted to provide the best of both worlds with a complete package that ensures you reach your goal of launching your own podcast.
With this program, not only do I provide you with a comprehensive course, but I offer you direct one-2-one coaching with me. I will guide you every step of the way to ensure that you reach your goal of having a published podcast with 12 episodes on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and a variety of other platforms too. But, that's not all, I will also edit and produce your first 12 episodes too.
I work with professionals from all over the world and remove all the tech pain points and enable them to focus on having great conversations with the global community. Whether you are a tech startup, corporate brand, business leader, author or entrepreneur, I will help you find your voice online by making podcasting simple.
My name is Neil C. Hughes. On my daily tech podcast I have interviewed over 800 tech leaders, celebrities, sporting brands and startup founders. Forbes also featured my podcast on their list entitled “15 Inspiring Podcasts For Professionals Of Every Stripe.” I want to help others follow in my footsteps and prove that technology really does work best when it brings people together.