A self-published book down, a traditionally-published one on the way, a successful podcast and a massively popular podcasting conference, Starve the Doubts’ Jared Easley Interview proves he can put his mind to anything. Recorded live at the 2015 New Media Expo, Easley shares his experiences, thoughts and opinions with Podcast Junkies on topics from figuring
Harry Duran: Here we are at NMX, but don't go far. PODCAST JUNKIES. EPISODE 37. I'm finally able to round up Mr Jared Easley – I've been having him on my list of potential guests for a while, and it just so happened that we were at NMX. We actually got to hang out for
Ryan Williams Interview as a podcaster takes being astute and conscious to a new level. Host of The Influencer Economy, he is used to analyzing the influence and effects of any number of things on an audience – tie this in with podcasting and you have a guy who understands the importance of establishing a
Ryan Williams: You're not going to get rich with a podcast. If anything, you may lose money, because you've got to buy equipment, you've got to spend time that you're not making money putting it into the show. But if you can figure out other ways of growing your network and making better business connections
It’s all about providing women with a voice when it comes to this Jessica Kupferman Interview. Host of Lady Business Radio and co-host of She Podcasts, Jessica is your one-stop spot for tips on raising a family while maintaining a business as well as how to use your own personality to draw people in and
Jessica Kupferman: I have a gift and I may have always had this; people will tell me things and then go “I can't believe I just told you that.” I either am very easy to talk to, or super nosy, or possibly both! Harry Duran: PODCAST JUNKIES. EPISODE 35. This week we are with Jessica
Kate Erickson of Entrepreneur on Fire fame joins Harry Duran to talk about moving on from behind-the-scenes work and stepping into the spotlight herself. Kate Erickson Interview showcases her own topic-based podcast, aptly named Kate’s Takes, and in this podcast she discusses the difficulties of seeing through the doubts and personal challenges, as well as
The first time somebody asked me to be on their podcast, I was like ‘Yeah, let me go ahead and forward this to John for you.' They were like ‘No no no, I want you on my podcast!' I was like – ‘Why??' Harry Duran:
PODCAST JUNKIES. EPISODE 34. And we are live from the
Sue Zimmerman Interview is today’s Podcast Junkies episode, and she’s certainly no stranger to speaking in public or on podcasts about how social media strategies can transform your professional success and lifestyle. Today, she’s most commonly known as photo and filter expert, The Instagram Gal, and she talks about getting into Instagram, how your feed
I'm the real deal. Like, the person you listen to on the podcast is the person that you see in the room when you meet me. So many people say ‘Oh my God, you really are this high-energy, fun person that likes to hashtag!' Harry Duran:
Podcast Junkies, Episode 33. And we're back with Sue
With an ambitious goal of running a marathon in every state, listen to this Denny Krahe interview for an understanding of what makes him tick. A running coach for several years, he's learning the ins and outs of online marketing to take that knowledge and grow his running tribe. Just try and keep up!
Denny Krahe: Morning radio? How am I going to learn from the Bob and Tom guys telling dick jokes on a podcast? I'm not going to learn anything from that! And they're like ‘No, no, no, there's so much more to it now.' Harry Duran: Yeah.. Denny: I was like, ‘Woah, mind blown!' and the
In this Jordan Harbinger interview, we go behind the scenes of the incredibly popular and long-running podcast, The Art of Charm. Hear how he and his partner AJ came up with the idea, and how he continues to increase the caliber of his guests. Always the lifelong student, Jordan is always entertaining and teaching at
Harry Duran: Podcast Junkies episode 31. In case you missed it last week, I did my standard recap of the year in review and it was interesting, because it was my way of going back and seeing just how it started. It was April of 2014. So, I go into detail of all the guests
In typical end of year fashion, I look back at my first year of podcasting and recap my interviews for the benefit of both the listeners and me, to be quite honest, I continue to be grateful for the opportunity to have these conversations and to grow these relationships. Onward and upward for 2015!
In this Ari Meisel interview, we hear how Ari went from being diagnosed with Crohn's disease, to improving his health enough to be able to run an Ironman Triathlon, which is no small feat. Along the way he discovered what he now calls the principles of Less Doing. His motto is to Optimize, Automate and
Harry Duran: Podcast Junkies episode 29. So last week we spoke to Jason Stapleton from the Jason Stapleton Program and you might want ot check that out. If you want more information on how to get a $100,000 dollar studio built, yeah, you heard that correctly. He's a interesting guy and a friend of
In this Jason Stapleton interview you'll meet the host of The Jason Stapleton Program, a top ranked show on Stitcher Radio, iTunes, and YouTube. He is a professional trader with over a decade of experience as well as a family man. He sits down to talk to Harry today about his show, the importance of
Guy & Ilan Ferdman run Satori Prime. Their company has a bold mission of influencing 100 million people by 2020. Not too shabby, eh? Talk about passion, these 2 have it by the bucket-loads. In this Ilan and Guy Ferdman interview, we cover the importance of personal connections, how the podcast has been an important
Transcript Intro: Our mission is to impact 100 million people, what balls to name it Satori Prime. A moment of enlightenment to moment of greatest strength, vigor, or financial success. I was like, so good! Now, we actually got to live up to it and deliver on that. Harry Duran: Podcast Junkies episode 27. This
You know to consume a podcast and produce a podcast, it's still not the two easiest things that you can do and those are barriers we've been breaking down since we've started. Harry Duran: Podcast junkies episode number 26. Like I mentioned in 24 and forget to mention in 25, we are now sponsored by
Ray Ortega is definitely classified as a Podcast Junkie. He hosts the Podcasters' Roundtable where a group of podcasters get together and nerd out. He first started podcasting about produce and has since expanded into the tech field. In this Ray Ortega interview, Ray and Harry sit down for a great episode on Podcast Junkies
WP Engine Podcast Hosting and the Straw That Broke the Camel's Back Podcast webhosting is a question that comes up a lot lately. I don't write blog posts a lot. In fact, let's not count the blog posts that appear as a result of a new podcast episode. It's more likely than not, less than 5. But
“I think, deep down, we're all a little crazy if we really tapped into it.” Harry: Podcast Junkies, we are officially 25 episodes old, quarter of a century, high-five to us. Thanks for joining us. We have Nicole Welch in today's episode and we met Podcast Movement as well. Common trend in the past couple
Nicole Welch is the show host for Real Time: Real Men Only and talks specifically to men who want to build powerful, influential, and sustainable relationships in both their personal or business life. In this Nicole Welch interview, she sits down with Harry on Podcast Junkies to talk about tapping into your true inner calling
John Corcoran is an expert in developing powerful networks and talks to Harry about how he was able to succeed with his podcast and more. At 23 years old, he landed a job as a writer for the Clinton administration. He says he was able to do it because he was good at developing strong
Harry: Welcome back this is the, seems like the, 10th take of this intro. I actually switched over to standing up for this as I usually do for most of my interviews. What I find is that I get better energy level, get the diaphragm opened up and much more excited when I'm speaking to
In this Kim Trumbo Interview we hear the story of what inspired her to create the popular Generosity Philosophy podcast, her thoughts on charities, and the connections the show has created.
Steve Stewart is a man of many talents, and in this conversation we cover conferences, favorite vinyl tracks, breakdancing and, oh yeah, podcasting!
In this Jordan Agolli interview, we meet the dynamic host of the Teenage Entrepreneur podcast. At age 20, he's already run a successful 20-person business, and is now working on several big ideas. Inspirational indeed!
Every once in a while you have such an inspiring conversation, it motivates you to do all you can to help the cause. Brandy Shea and Bryndan Thomas are traveling the USA for the next 2 years in search of 250 of the most compelling and inspirational entrepreneur stories. This is the story of the
Following up on all the connections made and renewed after Podcast Movement, I’m back from the too-long hiatus with the host of the Event Supremacy podcast, the man himself, Mr. Vernon Foster II. In this Vernon Foster II Interview, we break it down and even drop some podcasting rhymes. You’ve been warned.
As I continue with my goal of tracking down veteran podcasters, it was inevitable that I would have Dave on the show. Not only does he LOVE podcasting, he always remembers to have a fun time while doing it! Truly inspiring and educational.
So this is my first solo show, and I decided to do something different. I happened to be traveling and the stars didn't align for a planned interview. I took the opportunity to do something different and give you a small taste of what my two days were like there. I really enjoyed it and
It was inevitable. So don’t be surprised if all you hear is us geek out on podcasts on this Chris Murphy interview! What would you expect? I’m a podcast junkie, you’re a podcast junkie (wouldn’t you like to be a junkie too?) Chris is a good friend and we dive deep on why we love
In this Srinivas Rao Interview, we talk to the creator of Blogcast.FM, which has now evolved into The Unmistakable Creative Podcast. Srini has fascinating life story with plenty of ups and downs along the way and, to use his favorite analogy, has managed to ride the waves. His is a great story of perseverance and
In this Tysen Webb interview, this radio DJ with over 20 years of experience, demonstrates how you can find your calling early in life and work hard to make it a reality. He's a truly entertaining and very energetic personality, who's now taking his experience into the podcasting realm.
In this Jesse Lawler Interview, we discuss how this app developer took his interest in nootropics to create a podcast called Smart Drug Smarts. He interviews (literally) the smartest minds around on the topic of neurology, brain health, and overall mind fitness. He's a truly genuine and fun guy, and is having the time of
Continuing with yet another podcast pioneer, we get to speak with someone who started their first podcast back in 2007. With his clean comedy podcast, The Ramen Noodle, Daniel dipped his toe in the podcast waters, and never looked back. He runs the Noodle.mx network and is also the host of the award-winning show, The
Erik and AJ are hosts of the Abroaders Podcast. This niche show covers the ins and outs of what's known as travel hacking. It's the concept of leveraging credit card miles bonuses, through an efficient use of timing and research, to travel around the world for pennies on the dollar. Each week they break down