295. Business Development using a podcast with Cliff Ravenscraft

295. Business Development using a podcast with Cliff Ravenscraft

How do you use your podcast to build a business you love? Or more importantly, how do you use a podcast to grow your business by making it the most effective business development tool for your business. Today we have Cliff Ravenscraft in the house and we ask him some pretty interesting questions about using your podcast as a business …

How to avoid Podfade

294. How to avoid ‘PodFade’

Are you getting fatigued making your podcast? Are you thinking, there must be an easier way to sustain this podcast? Well, most of us go through the phase of requiring inspiration for sustaining our podcast, but also about funding the making of it. This conversation is entirely focused on that.  In this episode you will: Learn what it means as …

How to be a 'Professional Podcaster

293. Be a ‘Professional Podcaster’

As business owners starting our own podcast means lots of spinning plates and moving parts. In the pursuit of keeping all those plates spinning, we might forget what it means to be a professional podcaster. This conversation is entirely focused on that.  In this episode you will: Learn what it means to be a ‘Professional Podcaster’ Understand how to avoid …

Lead magnets for your podcast

292. Lead magnets for your podcast

As business owners with a podcast, one of our main goals is to get our listeners that are prefect fits, to raise their hands and say – “Hey, I want to work with you. I think you can help me”. This episode is all about that. How do you create something of value and transformation that gets your ideal client …

148. Danielle Lewis on the Power of Influencer Marketing and Harnessing the Power of Influencers

In today’s world businesses can rise and fall off the back of a few well placed social media posts by only a handful of respected people on any given social media platform. Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest line-up, explores why you should start a podcast; …

140. Unhealthy Self-image, Managing Your Expectations and Knowing When To Ask For Help with Tripp Lanier

Sometimes, we all just need a bit of guidance, whether it’s in your business, your home life or just finding your way to making better daily decisions. Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how …

133. Valerie Khoo on Giving Back, Connecting with Your Audience and building Your Brand Through Podcasting

Podcasts are a phenomenal way for you to connect with an audience and establish,. or build on, your personal branding to grow your business. Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how to keep them …

125. Jen Harbinger on Appreciating Success, Surviving Failure and Staying Sane While Running a Business with Your Partner

Working with your partner can be a recipe for disaster, except when you are in so much sync that you seem to be the same person. Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how to …

123. Rebroadcast: John Lee Dumas on the Impact Podcasting has on Your Business, Managing Failure and Leveraging the Opportunities Your Audience Brings

Learning the path that others took to their success can provide a roadmap you can replicate for your own journey. Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how to keep them hungry for more. If …

121. Adrian Easdown on Finding Success in the Accommodation Industry, Podcasting as an Introvert and the Power of Bad Reviews

Finding the good in the negative can really make you a stronger business owner and make your business better than you could ever imagine. Welcome to Should I Start A Podcast where each week Ronsley Vaz, with the help of a star-studded entrepreneurial guest lineup, explores why you should start a podcast; build an audience, and how to keep them …

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 …

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 …

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, …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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, …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

68. Rebroadcast: The Secrets to Getting Your Podcast Sponsored with Aaron Fifield

Aaron Fifield is a developing trader and host of the Chat With Traders podcast. Each week he interviews successful traders and financial thought-leaders to extract their best insights. On the trading front, Aaron is learning how to code and pursuing algorithmic trading systems. He also runs his own graphics and web design company. In this episode we talk about: Everything …

networking podcast

65. Rebroadcast: Should I Join a Networking Podcast with Katie Wyatt

NetKatie Wyatt is a wellness entrepreneur, startup stylist and biz whisperer. Katie can bring the style to your startup, and structure to your creative storm. She loves to help people with their businesses. She also shares her path into entrepreneurship, networking podcast tips, and female leadership model. Katie grew up in the corporate world where she learned the ninja arts of …

64. Being Indispensable and Overcoming Fear with Liz Van Vliet

Liz Van Vliet wants to be an indispensable Executive Assistant. She is on a mission to discover the skills and attributes that will make her irreplaceable. By interviewing awesome Executive Assistants, Personal Assistants and Administrative Assistants, she hopes to uncover the qualities that make them indispensable. There are a multitude of titles for the role of Executive Assistant and a …

63. Ronsley on The Dent Podcast with Glen Carlson

Glen Carlson is an award winning entrepreneur, speaker and co-founder Dent Global. Dent run the Key Person of Influence program, acknowledged by INC.com as “One of the top personal branding conferences in the world”. Featured in the international media as a small business expert, in less than 4 years Glen has built his own business into the 9th fastest growing …

61. Homelessness and Bedrock Issues We Should Look at feat. Francis Lynch

Francis Lynch works as a coach, counsellor and consultant in his own practice, and he is a contractor at Vital Conversations. He worked for 25 years in the community service sector, including 15 years in executive roles, eight of them as Chief Executive of Ruah. Francis is past President of both the Australian Council of Social Services and of the Western Australian Council of Social Services. …

60. You Are Awesome and You Need to Own It with Jules Galloway

Jules Galloway is a passionate naturopath, healthy foodie and wellness expert, living just ten minutes from Byron Bay, Australia. Her mission is to help fatigued women find their shine again. Growing up in a household where two members had coeliac disease, she gained an early insight into what it’s like to eat gluten free. But it wasn’t until her twenties and thirties …

Building a Business Online Around Your Passion with Anne Marie Cross

59. Building a Business Online Around Your Passion with Annemarie Cross

Annemarie Cross – also known and referred to by her colleagues and community as ‘The Podcasting Queen’ – is a Brand & Communications Strategist helping clients design and launch powerful online and offline marketing strategies – specifically their very own Podcast Series (where she helps them every step of the way with her ‘Done For You offering’) so that they can finally get noticed, …

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57. Setting a deadline will allow you to launch a podcast show even with fear feat. Nicole Avery

Nicole Avery is one of those people who has a whole lot on her plate but balances it all with finesse. She is a professional blogger at Planning with Kids, an author, speaker and marathon runner – on top of being a mother to five kids aged 7 to 17. She is the host of This Family Life podcast, where they talk …

Networking Podcast

55. Networking Podcast: The Good, the Bad and the Painful with Brooke McAlary

Brooke McAlary is a writer and a podcaster. She’s also the host and creator of the iTunes #1 networking podcast health show, Slow Home Podcast and founder of Jackrabbit.FM. Brooke lives with her husband and two kids in the Blue Mountains of Australia and suffers a severe case of wanderlust. Brooke has been connecting with people online since 2011, when she …

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54. I Was Inspired to Start a Podcast with Tanja & Amanda

Aussie Bloggers Podcast began as an inspirational dream by two Aussie Bloggers – Tan and Amanda – who wanted to showcase the Australian talent in the world of blogging. Tanja Turner Tanja Turner is a digital consultant and podcaster who supports individuals and small businesses in using technology. She is co-host of the Aussie Bloggers Podcast and hosts her own radio …

Stand-Alone Podcast

51. Should I Create a Stand-Alone Podcast with a Fixed Number of Episodes with Jane Jackson

Over the past 15 years, Jane Jackson has coached over 1,000 professionals across Australia and Asia to confidently make successful career choices by identifying their true passion and direction. With experience in industries including travel, health and fitness, public relations, education and human resources in Hong Kong, San Francisco, London, Singapore and Sydney, Jane Jackson is able to draw upon over 30 …

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50. Ego, Podcast Growth & the Art of Charm with Jordan Harbinger

Jordan Harbinger has always had an affinity for social influence, interpersonal dynamics, and social engineering. He helps private companies test the security of their communications systems. He has started a podcast way before it was the trendy thing to do. His podcast Art of Charm created a great platform for his business model – selling the Art of Charm Academy. …

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49. Rebel Entrepreneur and Being the First to Podcast with Franziska Iseli

Franziska is a maverick entrepreneur, leading marketing strategist, speaker, author. She is the co-founder of the Impacteurs podcast and basicbananas.com – Australia’s leading marketing training organisation. In 2013, Franziska was awarded the NSW Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, recognising her innovation, creativity, and philanthropic involvement. A true visionary, no challenge seems to be too big for Franziska. She is known …

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46. A podcast with a $80,000 return on investment with Dr Jesse Green

Dr Jesse Green is a dentist, entrepreneur, coach and thought leader who specialises in working with established high-performing dentists and industry young guns hungry for success. In an increasingly over-competitive market, he has made an art of helping his elite clients play bigger, better and smarter. In his entrepreneurial journey, he learned how to effectively mix business with pleasure. Podcasting …

make money online

45. How do I make money from my podcast with Ed Dale

Ed Dale is the creator of The Challenge and co-founder of MagCast. These are systems used by thousands of entrepreneurs worldwide to get started and make money online and build their successful digital businesses. Over the past ten years, they’ve helped over 300,000 people worldwide get started online through The Challenge program. Ed’s been fortunate enough to experience the “Million …

networking podcast

43. Should I join a networking podcast with Katie Wyatt

Katie Wyatt is a wellness entrepreneur, startup stylist and biz whisperer. Katie can bring the style to your startup, and structure to your creative storm. She loves to help people with their businesses. She also shares her path into entrepreneurship, networking podcast tips, and female leadership model. Katie grew up in the corporate world where she learned the ninja arts of …

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40. The quick wins a podcast can bring your business with Petra Jones

Petra Jones is a podcaster, mumpreneur supporter and clothing designer. Her experience includes owning and designing her children’s clothing label and running a business for almost six years. Petra recently found her authentic voice when she launched her podcast, The Mumpreneur Show. She pushed herself to overcome her fear of being visible. This experience allowed her to step into the …

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38. The way podcast fans engage with your message is key with Blair Hughes

Australian Blair Hughes has performed several aspects of the fan experience model, both in sports and in music. Blair Hughes is a creative and ambitious fan engagement podcast, communications and event management. He has many years of experience visualizing, developing and facilitating major events, and communications projects. He has high success rate of delivering exceptional outcomes for clients in both …

create a podcast

37. Create a podcast and a tribe of millionaires with Jaime Masters

Jaime Masters (Tardy) is a business coach, podcaster of Eventual Millionaire and mentor. She interviews business owners with one million dollar net worths or higher every single week to learn about their action tips, advice, and stories to help you build your income to seven figures. She has interviewed best-selling authors like Guy Kawasaki, Tim Ferriss, Seth Godin, Andrew Warner, …

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35. How to redefine the podcast you produce to stand out from the crowd with Omar & Nicole

Omar loves rooting for the underdog and telling it like it is. He is the business brains behind the operation with over 14 years of business building experience. An educator and university manager for 13 years, Omar attended Wharton business school and dropped out in frustration to build The $100 MBA. They’re on a mission to revolutionise business education forever. …

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34. Your podcast download numbers are the least of your concerns with Jessica Rhodes

Jessica Rhodes is the founder and President of Entrepreneur Support Services Inc. (ESS), a virtual assistant firm offering a variety of client support and graphic design services to busy entrepreneurs. ESS is the parent company to the wildly popular podcast guest booking firm, InterviewConnections.com. Jessica is the host of the hit weekly web TV show, Interview Connections TV, where she brings …

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32. How to use a podcast to fill up your next event with James Schramko

James Schramko is the director of Superfast Business podcast. Lifestyle is very important to James; he lives in Sydney and he focuses on having fun with his family, looking after his health, visiting new places and growing his business. James has quite a story to tell, and it starts with his failure. Sometimes all you need is a little push …