On this bonus episode, I discuss whether or not it’s okay to watch TV, or play video games or hang out with your friends. You may be surprised by my answer.
Dave Jackson has been podcasting since 2005 and helping people understand technology even longer. He is an award-winning Hall of Fame podcaster as well as a tech support person for the largest Podcast Media hosting company who has helped more people with their podcast than any other human on the planet. His 20 plus years in education helps flatten the learning curve of podcasting. He can help you plan, launch and grow your podcast without having to take out a second mortgage on the house.
On this episode with Dave Jackson: who should (and should not) start a podcast, how to be a successful podcaster like Joe Rogan, how to grow a podcast (myths and what really works), how Mark started The Mark Struczewski Podcast, how to become a better podcaster and how to really do it and what made Dave cry.
On this bonus episode, I give you 10 ways to improve your mindset: removing negativity, celebrating small victories, dwelling versus doing, scheduling “me time”, the Pomodoro Technique, taking small breaks and more!
Julie Coraccio is an award-winning professional life organizer, author and certified life coach. She is passionate about supporting people in clearing clutter in all areas of their lives; getting organized and becoming more mindful and aware. She hosts the popular self-help podcast, Clearing the Clutter Inside & Out.
On this episode with Julie Coraccio: how to de-clutter physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually, what it’s costing you versus what are the benefits, are you an Oscar or a Felix?, being unproductive to be productive and why Mark loves his Apple Watch.
On this bonus episode, I talk about how to use your calendar. I discuss what the best one is, should you use an app or a print calendar and do’s and don’ts on using your calendar effectively.
Rob Walch was inducted into the Podcasting Hall of Fame in 2016. He is the VP of Podcaster Relations for Libsyn, having joined Libsyn in 2007. Prior to joining Libsyn he founded podCast411, Inc in 2004. Rob is Co-Author of the book “Tricks of the Podcasting Masters”, an editors pick as a Top 10 Reference book for 2006 by Amazon. He was listed as the 5th most influential person in podcasting according to the book “Podcasting for Dummies”. Rob has been actively podcasting since 2004.
On this episode: Mark and Rob discuss why you should consider starting your own podcast, the biggest mistakes made by new podcasters, why you should avoid Anchor as a podcast hosting company at all costs, the power of the awkward silence, why you should never host your podcast on your website and… why Rob regrets not starting The TeslaCast?