In the past few months, I’ve had more people approach me with questions about how to start a podcast than ever before.
Podcasts are an amazing way to connect with your audience in that real, let’s get into a deep conversation kind of way that, over time, creates superfans and helps you get the word out about your vision, setting you up as an expert in your field, and finally, it can help build your revenue stream.
For example, my client Dr. Michelle Rogers, started The WELLthy Woman Podcast, Health and Wealth for Women Entrepreneurs, after I helped her design her new office space. Here’s what she said about our work together:
“Cheryl’s design was a game changer for my business which is now expanding to health and wellness courses online. I’ve gained more respect from my patients and peers, and my confidence has skyrocketed during my meet and greets. I feel empowered in my work!”
That got me thinking about how I might be able to help others (like you!) start your own podcast, if that was something you were thinking about. 🤔
I’ve got some podcast years under my belt including the recent podcast that eco-conscious tile manufacturer Porcelanosa hired me to host and produce, called Healthcare Interior Design 2.0: Exploring the changing face of healthcare design through intimate conversations with leading creatives in the field.
It’s been a game changer for my business, even though it’s only been live for one month. I’m already learning so much about the healthcare design industry and where it’s going, that I can turn around and use that information to support my own business.
Podcasting is a channel that can really change your business, for the better.
This is especially important if you’re like me–an introvert–and don’t particularly enjoy going to big conferences, giving talks in front of large groups of people or having to constantly network to grow your business.
Podcasting can be done from the comfort of your own home and for under $100 bucks in startup costs!
I see many people around me with the desire to start a podcast but get caught up and tangled in the web of their mind with not knowing the steps to start and/or feeling overwhelmed by the whole prospect and giving up before they even get started.
So, if this subject speaks to you and you’re one of those people that has thought about starting a podcast but hasn’t gone beyond that, you might like what I’m about to offer.
I recently wrote a FREE 3-day email course entitled, “How To Start Your Own Podcast” that will walk you through some of the basics like:
👉How do I get over being a perfectionist and why being human makes a podcast more desirable to your listeners.
👉How to not be boring on a podcast.
👉And how to choose a meaningful subject your listeners will love.
There’s no pressure here, no sales pitch, just a FREE email course to see how many of you are interested in receiving this kind of support.
Go here to sign up for my FREE 3-day email course: How to Start Your Own Podcast:
Yours in heart,