119. Sally Foley-Lewis on the Importance of Emotional Intelligence, Building Trust in the Workplace and Knowing What Is ‘Enough’

Sally Foley-Lewis has a million different titles. She’s an expert in middle management, a podcast host, a bestselling author, a speaker. I could go on and on, but the point is Sally knows her stuff when it comes to being a good leader. On this latest episode, we have a far-ranging talk that covers everything from finding inner peace as …

118. Jennifer Ho on Staring Fear in the Face and Living Your Best Life

This latest episode of Should I Start a Podcast covers one of my favourite things in the world to talk about: entrepreneurship. What makes someone an entrepreneur, how to get over self-doubt and everything else that goes with starting your own business. Jennifer, my guest during this episode, is a serial entrepreneur. She’s the owner of United Tribe, a coaching …

117. Podcasting for the Business Owner: a Deep Dive into Making Your Show a Success with Jason Skinner

If you want to turn podcasting into profit, our latest episode is perfect for you. On the latest episode of Should I Start a Podcast, I had the pleasure of speaking to Jason Skinner. Jason is host of Business Made Easy as well as a professional business coach and accountant. In short, he’s the guy you want to talk to …

116. Networx Panel: Three Successful Podcasters’ Tips for Success

Our latest episode is something a little different. Recently I was lucky enough to sit on a Networx panel with two other successful Australian podcasters: Stevie Dillon of Stevie Says Social and Phoebe Parsons of Confessions of a Twenty Something Train Wreck. Our conversation was one part fun, one part hilarious and one part incredibly useful for fledgling podcasters. Each …

115. Allison Melody on Good Food, Good Health and Running a Phenomenal Podcast

The latest episode of Should I Start a Podcast features Allison Melody, a podcast host and entrepreneur whose entire outlook on life and business is truly inspiring. As host of The Food Heals Podcast, Allison has amassed more than 150,000 listens in just a few short years. She’s also signed a book deal, hosted numerous events and retreats and has …

114. Why Writing a Book Can Change Your Business (and Life) with Ronsley Vaz and Laura Petersen

When Ronsley Vaz and Laura Petersen get together, great conversation is inevitable. On the latest episode of Copy that Pops, that’s exactly what happened. The two connected to discuss everything from education to psychology. But the real crux of the conversation was how Ronsley’s recent decision to write a book has changed the way he looks at business and his …

113. Chris Krimitsos on Building a Podcast Empire and the Future of Media

Chris Krimitsos is something of a freak of nature. The man has inhuman energy, and at any point seems to be involved in a hundred different businesses. This makes him an incredibly valuable person to listen to and learn from. On the latest episode of Should I Start a Podcast, Chris and I chat about how he created a highly-successful, …

112. Ronsley Vaz on Doing Good (and Doing it Well)

This episode of Should I Start a Podcast sees Ronsley heading over to the Do Well & Do Good podcast with Dorothy Illson, a show that promotes the idea of being both successful and philanthropic. Throughout the episode, Ronsley recounts the story of how he went from being more than $400,000 in debt to running a successful company and several …

111. Ronsley Vaz on What Makes Engaging Content, How to Build Trust with a Client and the Power of Audio

On Should I Start a Podcast, we usually have the pleasure of listening to Ronsley interview his guests, speaking with industry experts to get their insight on content marketing and how to make it in the podcast world. But for this episode, the tables are turned. Ronsley was recently interviewed by Steph Taylor for the Socialette podcast, and the two …

110. Kyree Oliver on Successful Marketing, Cutting Through the Crap and Winning at Social Media

When you meet a 24-year-old, you might not be interested in their advice on business and life. But what if that 24-year-old had already built a thriving business and established themselves as a thought leader in the marketing space? Kyree Oliver has done exactly that as the owner of Influkz Interactive, a social marketing and consulting company based in the …

109. Tyson Franklin on Building a Quality Podcast, Working Smart and Harnessing the Power of Relationships

People starting their own business often become wrapped up in the details. How many staff should I employ at the beginning? How many computers should I buy? Where should my office be? Oftentimes, however, the success of a business comes down to a larger sense of who you are and how you treat people. Tyson Franklin — a business coach, …

108. The Art of Stand up Comedy and Growing Your Business With Marty Vids

If you’re looking for a way to spice up and grow your business, then today’s episode of Should I start a Podcast with Marty Vids has the information you need. A former stand up comedian, improv performer, and comedy night organizer, Marty has been in the business of making people laugh for a long time. He is a business owner, …

107. James Cridland on Understanding Your Business, Innovating Podcasts, and Looking Past the ROI

Many businesses, despite how successful they may be, often struggle explaining what they do and why they do it. When asked by customers, ‘Why should we buy from you?’, somehow they fail to know the answer. Sometimes it takes a great conversation to get ideas flowing; to get us to challenge ourselves and our perspectives. On this episode of Should …

106. Angela Henderson on Podcasting, Beating the Hype of Hustle, and Being Your Own Chief Energy Officer

If you’re struggling with being overwhelmed in your business, let alone the idea of starting your own podcast, then this episode is for you. My partner in conversation is the wonderful Angela Henderson. As a mental health professional by training and an entrepreneur and business consultant by choice, she’s an expert in balancing entrepreneurship and mental health.   In this …

105. Ronsley Vaz on Content, Helping Others and Productization with Mel Telecican

Most people would argue that the point to a business is all about making money. While this argument does have merit, after all, without the money to sustain itself, no business would be able to continue. It’s this argument that Ronsley challenges on this episode of Should I Start a Podcast. Ronsley turns the interview wheel over to one of …

104. The Business Journey, Finding Your Creativity and Executing Your Ideas with Emma Franklin Bell

Whether you’re a beginner and don’t even know how to begin stimulating your creative juices or an intermediate creative who wants to up his/her game, this episode of Should I Start A Podcast is for you. I chat with Emma Franklin Bell, author, entrepreneur, podcaster, artist and former dancer. Emma is the founder of the Beauty Business Academy, cofounder of …

102. Laura Petersen on How and Why Podcasters should Supercharge Their Writing

If you run your own podcast — or are thinking about starting one — then you need to learn how to write in a way that portrays you as the expert you are and convinces people to listen to your program. On this week’s episode of Should I Start a Podcast, writing coach and copy guru Laura Petersen gave us …

101. A Panel Discussion on Sponsorships and Monetising Your Podcast

Are you considering adding sponsorships to your podcast? Before you take that you should listen to this episode of Should I Start a Podcast. When looking to monetize a podcast, most podcasters go after sponsorships to help them get started on earning some cash from their show. But is that the best way to make money off your podcast? And …

100. Connecting to Your Audience through Storytelling with Andrew Griffiths

Get out a pen and paper, because you’ll want to capture ALL the pearls of wisdom on this week’s episode of Should I Start A Podcast. Here, I’m sharing with you the incomparable Andrew Griffiths’ keynote speech from We Are Podcast 2015. Andrew is a writing superstar with 12 bestsellers under his belt that have been printed in 60 countries. …

99. Building Your Brand through Influencers and Instagram with Nathan Chan

Do you want to build your podcast audience? Then get a pen and paper out because we have a jam-packed episode of Should I Start a Podcast for you. This week, it’s all about the power of influencers, with a master of influencer marketing, Nathan Chan. Nathan is the CEO of Foundr, a digital magazine that’s interviewed industry leaders including …

98. Adam Houlahan on Building a Targeted Audience for Your Podcast Using LinkedIn

Are you lost when it comes to LinkedIn? Are you looking for a way to make meaningful connections to build your podcast? This week’s episode of Should I Start a Podcast is what you’ve been waiting for. We have LinkedIn master Adam Houlahan on deck with his keynote speech he gave at We Are Podcast 2015. Adam has the #1 …

97. Dave Jackson on the Common Podcasting Mistakes You Need to Avoid

If you’ve ever wanted to learn from someone who’s been publishing podcasts since 2005 (that’s 13 years in the business!), then this is the episode for you! Dave Jackson is one of the Mount Rushmore faces of podcasting, and he talked with me about the power of podcasting, common mistakes for first time podcasters, and the 12 different things you …

96. Omar Zenhom & Nicole Baldinu on Pivoting, “Bringing the Energy” and Blueprints for Podcasting Success

Need a dose of adrenaline and energy? On today’s episode of Should I Start a Podcast, we’ve got the perfect antidote for apathy and complacency. My guests are Omar Zenhom & Nicole Baldinu – educators, speakers and podcasters who have together built the $100 MBA community & podcast. Omar loves rooting for the underdog and telling it like it is. …

95. How to Become a Prolific Podcaster with Harry Duran

Would you like some tips on what works and what doesn’t work when starting a podcast from someone who’s recorded 150+ episodes over four years? Although he became an entrepreneur and podcaster after many years in the corporate world, Harry Duran has slowly put the pieces together on podcasting through his many insightful interviews. Harry is the founder of FullCast, …

94. Katie Wyatt’s Top Tips on How to Use Social Media to Become an Industry Leader

Would you like to hear a few tips on how to improve your community, connection and conversation? Well, Katie Wyatt discussed just that topic during her We Are Podcast 2016 presentation. In this episode, she teaches you how to convert more clients from your podcast with some tried-and-tested, easy-to-follow social media tips and tricks. Katie is a speaker, podcaster, consultant, …

93. Ronsley Vaz on The Build Your Network Podcast With Travis Chappell

Ronsley is the founder and chief daydreamer at Amplify. He is an author, speaker, and serial entrepreneur. He has a master’s degree in Software Engineering and an MBA in Psychology and Leadership. He is known as the creator of We Are Podcast – the first podcasting conference in the southern hemisphere, and the host of The Bond Appetit podcast and …

92. Ronsley At We Are Podcast 2016 – Podcasting, Sales Philosophy and Leveraging the Power of Conversations

Ronsley is the founder and chief daydreamer at Amplify. He is an author, speaker and serial entrepreneur. He has a Masters’ degree in Software Engineering and an MBA in Psychology and Leadership. He is known as the creator of We Are Podcast – the first podcasting conference in the southern hemisphere, and the host of The Bond Appetit podcast and …

91. Ed Dale on Understanding Your Tribe, the Power of Crowdfunding and an Undying Love of Podcasts

Curious to know about how piano stool restoration, underwater kickboxing, sugar cookies and the Red Cross are connected? If so, you’ll not want to miss this episode of Should I Start a Podcast. This instalment features a special appearance from Ed Dale – the founder of The Challenge and MagCast, and the author of Your First Dollar. In the episode, …

90. Steph Taylor on Hustling, Wildbloom Creative and Searching for Freedom

Keen to hear an inspirational story about someone quitting their job in search of more? Then today’s episode of Should I Start A Podcast is definitely for you. In this show, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Stephanie Taylor. Steph is an ex-corporate accountant turned entrepreneur and digital marketer. Steph is smart, precocious and determined – she left …

Ep.89 Bruce Wawrzyniak Starting a Podcast- Here's What You Need to Know

89. Tips and Tricks from Veteran Podcaster, Bruce Wawrzyniak

If you want to hear tips and advice from the Godfather of podcasting himself, Mr Bruce Wawrzyniak, then now is your chance. Bruce is the founder of Now Hear This, a Tampa-based communications agency and my latest guest on Should I Start A Podcast, and he and I have a truly insightful conversation full of useful information for any newcomers …

Ep.88 Tony Loyd on How to Avoid Podcast Flop and Find Success in a Startup

88. Tony Loyd on How to Avoid Podcast Flop and Find Success in a Startup

Today on the Should I Start A Podcast show, I talk to Tony Loyd: first-time caller and long-term friend. Tony has had quite a remarkable career as an executive with various Fortune 500 companies, but after he felt too much of a conflict between himself and his corporate position, he left in search of a more favourable role that could …

87. Curious to Know How Podcasters Make Money? Then Listen to This…

This week on Should I Start A Podcast I chat to my friend, Michael Bromley. One half of the dynamic duo behind the very popular blog and podcast BeyondBillables, Mike is as authentic as they come. He’s unafraid to talk about big issues and realness, and is upfront in his desire to help people. Mike’s got fingers in many different …

86. Glen Carlson Talks About Reframing Rejection, Sales and Leveraging a Podcast

Want to hear a sales master spill his secrets and teach you how to reframe rejection? In the following episode of  Should I Start A Podcast you’ll hear both, plus so much more. Here, I had the honour of sharing the stage with Glen Carlson. Glen is a podcast host, and the co-founder, COO, and director of Dent Global. Over …

85. Emma Franklin Bell Talks About Why, her Podcasting Journey and Growing Your Brand

Interested in learning how podcasting can make you a more confident person? Then this episode of Should I Start A Podcast is for you. In this show, I had the unique pleasure of talking to a good friend of mine, Emma Franklin Bell. Emma has so many projects it is difficult to keep track of them all. She is a …

84. Dave Eddy Talks About the Future of Search, Podcasting, and Advice for his 20-year-old self

Need inspiration, fresh ideas or just need a good laugh? This episode of Should I Start A Podcast offers up all three. In this show, I had the immense pleasure of talking to a good friend of mine, Dave Eddy. Dave is a podcast host, digital marketer, serial entrepreneur and all-round brilliant soul. With a background in business marketing and …

83. Planning for Your Future Through Property? There’s a Podcast For That

Have you ever contemplated investing in property? Or, to be more specific, have you thought about it and then put it in the ‘too hard’ basket? You’re not alone. People all over Australia are disregarding property investing in favour of the things they think they need right now (smashed avo on toast, anyone?). Giving up the wants of your present …

82. Rebroadcast: Why Email is Key When You Have A Podcast with Adam Franklin

Adam Franklin is the co-author of Web Marketing That Works. His popular presentation will teach you an email marketing formula that you can take back to work and start using immediately. Based on Adam’s results of getting double the industry open-rate on email campaigns, you’ll learn how to send entertaining email marketing campaigns that people love to open. Plus, he hosts a top rating …

81. Amber Hawken Talks Teaching, Podcasting, and The ‘F’ Word

Hello, and welcome to a new episode of Should I Start A Podcast. Today I have the immense pleasure of talking to a good friend of mine, Amber Hawken. Amber is a podcast host, YouTuber, author, life coach, mentor and teacher. Qualified in a variety of different things like Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Neuro-linguistic Programming and Deep State Repatterning Therapy …

80. Ronsley on Being ‘The Podcast Guru’ on the Get More Success Show with Warwick Merry

I recently had the pleasure of appearing on the Get More Success Podcast, where I was grilled about my own entrepreneurial journey, how to set up a successful podcast and top marketing techniques. And the guy who was asking me about all this was Warwick Merry – AKA ‘The Get More Guy’.   Warwick’s own journey has been pretty awesome. …

79. The Art of Disruption: An Interview with Ronsley by Ray Milidoni

Placing a solid foundation for crafting success and setting up his future in the world of business and entrepreneurship, Ray Milidoni carries an abundance of corporate experience across a range of industries. His experience has seen him found several businesses, including the creation of an innovative web agency at the age of only 15. Since then, Ray has moved forward …

78. It’s No Secret… Tyson Franklin’s Journey from Podiatry to Podcasting

If you’ve ever wondered how you can increase profits in business while saving time and improving your lifestyle, then Tyson Franklin is someone you definitely want to check out. A podiatrist by trade, Tyson – AKA Dr T – has been killing it in the entrepreneurial space for the past 26 years, buying and selling over 20 podiatry clinics. He’s …

77. John Lee Dumas Digs Deeper with Ronsley the Entrepreneur

John Lee Dumas is the founder and host of EOFire, an award-winning podcast where he interviews today’s most successful entrepreneurs seven days a week. In four years, JLD has grown EOFire into a multi-million dollar a year business with over 1600 interviews and 1.5 million monthly listens. JLD is the author of The Freedom Journal: Accomplish your #1 goal in …

76. Rebroadcast: How to Get a Lot of Reviews and Ratings on Your Podcast with Amanda Bayerle

Amanda Bayerle is the founder of The True Challenge, a health coach for busy entrepreneurs and the host of the How Bad Do I Want It Podcast. At a young age, she was born to be her own boss, do what she loves, and learn from experience. By the age of 19 she had attended ministry school, traveled the world …

75. Rebroadcast: How to Get the Best out of Your Podcast Interview with Jeff Brown

Jeff Brown is the former co-host of an award-winning and nationally syndicated morning show, an award-winning production director and copywriter, and the creator and host of the successful Read to Lead Podcast where he has interviewed a number of New York Times bestselling authors including Dan Miller, Daniel Pink, Chris Brogan, Gary Vaynerchuk, and Simon Sinek just to name a …

74. Rebroadcast: How Do You Decide Between Your Passion Podcast and Your Business Podcast with Warrick Bidwell

Warrick Bidwell grew up son of a tradie builder. Warrick had planned to follow in his father’s footsteps and join his building business,  but after some encouragement he instead became first of his extended family to attend university. After attending the university Warrick went on to work for some of Australia’s biggest companies in accounting and sales roles, eventually leading …

73. About Amplify Framework with Yann Ilunga

Yann Ilunga is a polyglot (speaks Italian, English, French, German and some Finnish), web entrepreneur originally from Locarno in the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland, now living in Helsinki, Finland. After Yann received his Master’s degree in social sciences with a major in Media & Global Communication, he decided to take the leap and become a web entrepreneur. He’s all about taking …

72. How Podcasting Can Help People in the Creative Industries with Elle Roberts

Elle Roberts is a multi-passionate creative coach, business mentor, dreamer, writer, speaker and entrepreneur. She loves working with clients to help them with their business planning, social media, marketing, goal setting and digital strategies so they can focus on doing the work they love. She has a passion for all things handmade and arty, so working with crafty and creative clients fills her with joy. She is outgoing …

71. On The “I’m Lovin’ Ya Work” Podcast with Rowan MacKey

Rowan MacKey in an aspiring journalist and broadcaster. He’s still 23 years of age and lives in South Geelong, Victoria, Australia. He went to University of Canberra, one of Australia’s top universities for getting a job. As Rowan was starting his adventure outside of school, he was curious about the things that he has been seeing in society. Having a lot …

70. Rebroadcast: Profitable Hospitality and How to Best Interview Your Guest with Ken Burgin

Ken Burgin has been actively involved in hospitality for more than 25 years. First as the owner of Caffe Troppo in Sydney, and then working with restaurants, hotels and cafes in an advisory role. His resource website ProfitableHospitality.com is used by business owners and managers all around the world. Ken likes to use webinars and podcasts as another way to …