Digital audio Archive

154 David Steele | How the Podcaster Met the Dungeon Master

David Steele is the founder of the Steele Empire podcasting network that is home to A Quest for Magic and Steele, which he hosts and produces with his children, and Ark City, which takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where the listener tags along with the hero of the story as it unfolds on each

143 Elle Martinez | Merging Lives and Money

After Elle Martinez got engaged, she started to go over her and her soon to be husband’s finances and quickly realized that they were in two completely different places. Looking for guidance, she began reading personal finance blogs but couldn’t find anyone talking about how to merge and manage your finances once you got married

119 Shawn and Richard | A Whole Lot More Than 2 Guys In A Basement

Richard and Shawn are the comedic hosts of The Language of Bromance, a podcast where they laugh about things they go through, stories in the news and even getting serious discussing issues like net neutrality. Every so often their friendship turns to a bitter reality with their nerdiest creation, the draft episodes, an original take

Living a Meaningful Life On Her Own Terms | Espree Devora | PJ073

Espree Devora is the host of the WeAreLATech, focused on LA Startups, and the Hello Customer podcasts. She co-produced the panel “WHERE’S WALDO? Finding Social Influencers & Decreasing Your Costs”, which brought in over 11,500 viewers in under an hour via live stream. Espree doesn't hold anything back in this interview and opens up on

070 Bill Barol | Defining the Meaning of Home, One Story at a Time

Bill Barol is the host of HOME: Stories From L.A. and the author of Thanks for Killing Me. He is also a journalist and has written for various web sites such as Forbes, Huffington Post, and others. Although Bill's podcast is relatively new, it really stood out to me because of its high quality. Bill

067 Amy Schmittauer | How YouTube Has Propelled Her Savvy Branding

Amy Schmittauer is a professional vlogger on YouTube and the host of The Social Authority Podcast. Amy talks on the main reason for creating her podcast, why she loves the video format just as much as the audio, and whether or not she'll continue creating podcast episodes after February of next year.

The Incredibly Exhaustive List of Podcasts About Podcasting

(Originally posted on Medium on 11/12) I always have an interesting discussion when I describe to people what my podcast is about. I tell them “it’s a podcast about podcasting, I know, super-meta, huh?.” I didn't even know podcasts about podcasting was a thing! And then, invariably, I make the comparison to the amazingly inventive

061 Jason Bryant | Persistence and Perseverance, On and Off the Mat

Jason Bryant is the host of the Short Time Wrestling podcast and currently runs a network of shows on the subject of wrestling on MatTalkOnline.com. Jason Bryant started Mat Talk as a radio show back in 1997 as a college freshman and then later relaunched it in podcast format. Jason talks to me about his

052 Raymond Wiley | The Importance of Honesty in History

Raymond Wiley is the host of The Shadow of Ideas. Raymond has been broadcasting/podcasting since 2004 and has started three different podcasts since then. The Shadow of Ideas is the first podcast he's done as a solo host and he's loving it so far. The Shadow of Ideas explores the world of current events, social

051 Rob McGinley Myers | What Is It That Truly Makes Us Human

Rob McGinley Myers is the host for Anxious Machine. He is part of The Heard, which is a podcast collective of several different and awesome shows. The best way to describe Rob's podcast is it's a show about the impact of technology on our everyday lives. Rob's interview style really brings out a lot of

049 Rob | Walch The Truth About Podcast Download Numbers

Rob Walch is the VP at Libsyn and the host of Podcast 411 and Today in iOS. I've been Libsyn's customer for a while now since I've gotten started. I've had multiple interactions with Rob and I think there's this notion sometimes that I've heard people say Rob can be a bit grouchy, I don't

041 John Dennis | Don’t Wait For Others To Open The Door

Harry invites John Dennis on to show to talk about his background and a bit of his life story. John has a lot of upcoming projects he's excited about and also shares some of his failures on the show. John mentions how he's 'too nice' and because of it people try to take advantage of

040 Colin Gray | Plan Your First Ten Episodes Wisely

Colin Gray first started producing podcasts for his university in Scotland in 2007. On the university's budget, he was able to try out podcasting and somewhere in between he fell in love with the medium. Harry calls Colin a podcast veteran because he was an early adopter to the art and Colin himself loves to

037 Jared Easley | Understand Your Guests and Take Responsibility For Yourself

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

036 Ryan Williams | Find Your Podcasting Niche

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

030 Harry Duran | 28 Reasons Why This 2014 Recap Is Perfectly Timed

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!

029 Ari Meisel | Overcoming Crohn’s Disease And Discovering The Way Of Less Doing

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

023 Kim Trumbo A Chance | Inspiration While Mowing the Lawn Spawns A Podcast

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.

021 Jordan Agolli | How Karate Provided His Preparation Mindset

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!

019 Vernon Foster II | Realize That You Have Your Fans Listening

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.

014 Tysen Webb | How Podcasts Are Outdoing Radio For Programming

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.

012 Daniel J. Lewis | It’s Very Easy To Fall Into Those Ruts Of What We Assume To Be True

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

011 Erik Paquet | How To Fly To Brazil For $60

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

009 Chris Cerrone | This Guy is Ridiculously Real and Genuinely Loves Podcasting!

If you're up for a rambling yet entertaining discussion on not just podcasts, but Vegas, public speaking, hipsters, Gatorade Gum, Howard Stern and the story of how Chris has built up his show to a top position in iTunes, then you're definitely in for a treat. On this Chris Cerrone interview, you will see why

008 James Schramko | Surfs The Waves & Create Successful Businesses

James Schramko is no stranger to those in the internet marketing space. As an astute student of some of the best early internet marketers, he has taken what he has learned and built upon it to create the Super Fast Business empire. An ardent proponent of what he's coined 'Owning the Racetrack', James truly shines

007 Elsie Escobar | If Itunes Went Away Tomorrow, Would You Still Podcast?

Elsie Escobar is the host of Elsie's Yoga Class Live podcast and might be better known to podcasters as the host of The Feed, the official Libsyn podcast. She's the Social Media Community Manager at Libsyn, and is a true podcasting pioneer. As one of the first women to host a yoga podcast waaaaaayyyyy back

006 John Lee Dumas | This Man is Indeed an Entrepreneur on Fire!

On this John Lee Dumas interview, we get a little more relaxed, away from the standard Q&A and dig into how this podcast rock star got his start. He explains how his nature and military training prepared him for this moment. We learn the origins of the Dumas name and key takeaways on how his

004 Cynthia Sanchez | She Loves Her Geek Podcasts, Pins & Family Time

Cynthia Sanchez is as interesting as she is charming. After a career as on oncology nurse, she managed to go from blogging to consulting, and on to podcasting. Along the way, she became schooled in the ins and outs of Pinterest and has leveraged to a position as a subject matter expert, being asked to