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176 Aviv Shahar | Creating New Futures in Podcasting

Listen Now! Here’s the Recap: We do not often have the opportunity to form friendships with those who have had a life as challenging and rewarding as Aviv Shahar. At a young age, a doctor diagnosed Aviv with a heart disease and told him to avoid strenuous activity. He responded to this diagnosis by winning

175 Maurice Cherry | Showcasing Diverse Designers

Listen Now! Here’s the Recap: The Revision Path was started by designer Maurice Cherry to highlight the achievements of fellow black designers. Since then, both the podcast, and Cherry, have enjoyed accolades and attention from across the podcasting landscape and beyond. Harry welcomes Maurice to talk about what led to the podcasts creation, how Facebook

171 Rick Mulready | Skating From Hockey to Podcasting and Facebook Ads

Listen Now! Here’s the Recap: As businesses grow and evolve online, reaching out to new customers has become more and more important. No one knows this more than Rick Mulready, host of “The Art of Paid Trafficking,” a show about teaching small businesses to use online marketing strategies to improve sales. In this episode, Harry

163 Suzy Buttress | Appreciating the Wonder and Excitement of Birds

Listen Now! Here’s the Recap Suzy Buttress is host of The Casual Birder podcast and has a deep love and appreciation for all types of birds. Having recently launched her podcast in November 2017, Suzy set out to share the wonder and excitement of watching wild birds in their natural habitat by sharing her experiences

142 Natalie Eckdahl | Leveraging Your Podcast to Help Your Business Thrive

Natalie Eckdahl is the host of the Biz Chix podcast, a business coach and strategist who also leads mastermind groups for women entrepreneurs. She was inspired to start her podcast in 2014 because the business podcasts she was listening to mainly spotlighted men and she wanted to listen from more women entrepreneurs who were balancing

Celebrating 3 Years – A Conversation with Gary Leland

To celebrate my three year anniversary of Podcast Junkies, I had the pleasure of speaking with podcasting veteran, Gary Leland. Although Gary is a well-known Hall of Fame podcaster, there is so much more to him that makes him tick. I was so honored that Gary shared so many incredible stories from his life that

118 Gary Jenkins | Investigator of Organized Crime Tells All

Gary Jenkins is the host of the true crime podcast, Gangland Wire, which recounts his stories of true organized crime true as a Kansas City Police Detective. With twenty-five years on the police force, Gary has a lot of stories to tell! His enthusiasm for learning new technologies and passion for actively participating on these

114 Rob Dionne | Don’t Overthink This Whole Podcasting Thing

Rob Dionne is the host of Open Sky Fitness, a podcast with an incredibly engaged community, who are all struggling with their weight loss journey. Rob shares tips on how he was able to really, really engage his audience, and why he decided to make a shift in his interviewing style, in order to present

111 Ashley Taylor | The Importance of Surface vs. Depth

After connecting via the Anchor application I was excited about the opportunity to connect with Ashley. She's been podcasting straight Monday through Sunday and as of this conversation has not missed a day, 180 plus episodes and counting. After going through the ups and downs of the online marketing world, she has now found her

107 Jonathan Oakes | An Interactive Podcast About Trivia

Jonathan Oakes is the creator and one of the many hosts of The Trivial Warfare Podcast. Jonathan is a huge trivia buff and although there were several trivia podcasts out there at the time, none of them had the ‘feel’ of a real trivia game show. This is when Jonathan knew he struck on something

The 67 Tools, Services and Apps I Use As Host of Podcast Junkies

As you can see from the (not so) prolific output here, I tend to only write a post when I feel it is something that is relevant to the podcasting community, as was the case with my last post, 28 Podcasts So Meta, They All Cover the Topic of Podcasting Itself, back in November of

Teaching Communication Skills to Medical Students – Ryan Gray PJ099

Teaching communication skills to medical students is not easy. Ryan Gray is a former flight surgeon in the United States Air Force and the founder of Medical School HQ. He is the host of The Premed Years Podcast, where he answers questions and interviews other medical professionals/students for his show. Ryan says his main inspiration

098 Corey Fineran | Engage With Your Listener One Person at a Time

Corey Fineran is the founder of IvyEnvy.com and the lead host for The Ivy Envy Podcast. He has been a Cubs fan since 1985 and he and his co-hosts discuss the Cubs from a fan perspective on his show. Corey and I talk about a variety of different things on today's podcast, but what I

097 Erik Fisher | Putting on the Iron Man Suit and Shining Beyond the Mic

Erik Fisher is the host of Beyond the To Do List, a show that covers all aspects of productivity, getting good work done, and living a good life. Erik sits down with me on today's show to talk about a little bit of everything, really. We dive into topics that have nothing to do with

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

050 Chris Cerrone & Laci Urcioli | The Importance of Staying True To Yourself

Chris Cerrone and Laci Urcioli are the hosts of The Chris Cerrone Show, which is a topped ranked business podcast specifically for entrepreneurs. I have interviewed Chris in the past and I bring him on for the second time, because I believe the 50th episode should be an opportunity for reflection. Chris and Laci open

018 Dave Jackson | The Importance Of Providing Your Own Unique Voice

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.

017 [Solo]| An American Podcaster in London

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

015 Srinivas Rao | How Surfing Is His Meditation

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

005 Greg Hickman | Find Your Hardcore Fans Because You Can’t Make Everyone Happy

On this Greg Hickman interview, online renaissance man Greg Hickman brings his passion for adventure straight into the world of Podcast Junkies. With a free-flowing conversation covering everything from old school hip-hop and mountain biking, what his new favorite conference format looks like, and how the importance of mobile continues to increase. He touches on

003 Jeff Brown | With 26 Years As A Broadcaster, He Was Born to Podcast

In today’s episode we have the privilege of speaking with Jeff Brown. With over 26 years of broadcasting experience, Jeff has a ton of history in the field and drops a ton of knowledge on us. He's also the founder of Podcaster Academy and we get deep into why he created this incredibly useful resource.

002 Dan Norris and Alex McClafferty | This Is What Keeps Us Up At Night

In today’s episode, called Dan Norris and Alex McClafferty Interview, we chat with the founders of WP Curve, Dan Norris and Alex McClafferty. We get to hear the origins of that service, some of the challenges Dan had along the way, and how their both leveraging their individual skill sets to make the whole greater