Today i have Amanda Kerin on the phone, ANOTHER PODCASTER!
In today's show we discussed:
Amanda Kerin is a Lifestyle & Business Coach living a laptop lifestyle. A self confessed high achiever and a creative who always follows her heart to pursue her dreams, Amanda coach’s women to escape their 9-5 to help them build a business and life they dream of.
Today I spoke to Lauren Ramsey of Chefs Coast to Coast podcast
Lauren is a community builder and a story teller.
She talks to chefs in Houston and Chicago and gives them the opportunity for them to share what they know and also a recipe for her audience.
Her challenges in podcasting:
Benefits for biz:
Recipe for success?
Just start recording, you might not love your fist episodes
Find a community of podcasters
Hope you enjoy the show!
Find Lauren and Lauren's chat below!
Lauren Ramsey is digital storyteller and promoter of brands, brands, and individuals through Betsy Bash, a boutique social media agency and Lauren Ignited, a Lifestyle Magazine for the Culturally Curious. She has worked with million dollar consulting firms and well-known brands like Disney Corporation, notable up and coming restaurants and bars such as BB's Cafe and The Flat in Houston, Texas, and has interviewed bands such as Sergio Mendes, Iration, The Wailers, and Tortured Soul. You can see and hear interviews with musicians, chefs, and discover culturally curious events on LaurenIgnited.com and on the Chef's Coast to Coast podcast.
Notable Quick Facts about Lauren:
Dear Mattie Show, Podcast Interview, Winter 2016
The Creative Impostor, Podcast Interview, Fall 2016
The Eric Olson Show, Podcast Interview, Summer 2016
Lessons Learned from Women at the Top
Social Media Links:
Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | Newsletter (sample) | Web
Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Newsletter (sample) | Web
Chefs Coast to Coast:
iTunes | Google Play
How to Be a Relaxed Parent and Grow a Well Informed and Independent Little Person:
Check out the FB live/blog/or Podcast!
In this episode I am going to share with you how I am MOST OF THE TIME a super cool relaxed parent who trusts in her kid.
I will help you understand why we are uptight asses sometime to ourselves
Did you know that kids pick up on that shit?
Teach your kid be more independent
Kids have a very strong sense of their intuition and its important that we allow them to use this power and trust in it because it will follow them through life
How to be a relaxed parent
Well that's what I got for ya this week. Hope you got some value out of my experiences!!
Natasha Freutel is the owner of Fit Mama Santa Barbara
Natasha is a licensed Occupational Therapist and Wellness Coach and has been working with clients of all ages and fitness levels for the past 10 years. She lives with her husband and baby in beautiful Santa Barbara, California.
Her background in Kinesiology and Rehabilitation has provided her with the most rewarding career she could imagine, and she loves helping others reach their health and fitness goals. She works with clients to help them rehabilitate after injury or surgery so they can get back to doing the things that they want to do. By educating and working with her clients they are able to engage in a healthy lifestyle and decrease their risk of disease, injury and disability later in life.
Her personal fitness philosophy emphasizes the importance of working towards goals that are important to you so that you can experience the highest quality of life possible. Whether you achieve this by going to the gym, eating healthy, playing with your kids or doing activities with friends, movement is the key to lifelong wellness.
In this episode we discussed talked about fitness and nutrition after baby and how women feel post birth.
Check out Natasha's Reccommended App- Trainerize
Holy shit am I vulnerable with you in this episode.
Im scared, Im excited, Im every emotion there is in the world!
I jumped on the mic with a topic in mind that I am currently working through and to be honest I didn't even listen to the entire show again.
In this episode I talk about:
Come on over and listen to me spill my guts to you in this very in-depth conversation i had with myself...
Welcome to the show y'all!
Today I spoke to Jessica Eley.
If you want it, you'll find a way. If you don't, you'll find an excuse.
In this episode we dug into Jessica's start as an entrepreneur at the age of 5 and where she is now, helping others to get unstuck and live a life they love and biz that keeps them going each day.
We also speak about:
Listen in to the pod and find JESSICA here
So.... the Laurenjean Show is merging with the Passion to Pod podcast because Laurenjean, that's me, needs to take a chill pill but still wants to do it all!
I'll give you an update on what the heck is going on
How my podcasting journey has increased my confidence: from a lost recently divorced single mom with no self esteem with a 50 hour a week job to lost health coach and now podcaster with MAJOR self confidence and now teaching others they can do the same.
I also cover:
structuring your show/interview
I want to star answering community questions as well and here is the first!
Any tips on structuring an interview? I'm thinking backstory of interviewee, standard Qs for the field, Q's from listeners (pre podcast), then like a lightening round of Q's with quick A's.
Are there any particular questions you find your listeners like the most in interviews? Is there a format you find works best?
Yes backstory, standard questions but customized to that particular guest, can do a lightening round, favorite things, quotes, book, ppl to follow, etc.
Favorite things listeners like: 3-5 actionable tips, a freebie from the guest, a simple place to find the guest , not 5 places, surprise questions for the guests to get to know them better.
Interview Tips, NOT MUST DO'S
Prep your questions- if you choose to go that route: I DO NOT.
Write your questions in advance, this is helpful in the beginning of your new pod – don’t wing it, even if you are familiar with your guest.Understand they need to know what the heck is going on, so help them with questions if it will help you both.
Do some poking around on your guest, find their website and stalk their blog a bit. Seek out something intriguing on their website to discuss, something different that you have not discussed on your pod yet.
Consider your listener and what may be enticing to them? Can your guest stir up a great conversation? What are the must talk about topics you need to include?
Stick to 5-7 questions, keep it simple incase you want to go off the deep end in a great conversation.
I hope this helps you get started!