Carrie Caulfield Arick is the founder of YaYa Podcasting, LLC, which helps small businesses, non-profits and independent content creators use podcasting to build influence, awareness, and authority through audio production and coaching. She’s also the host of Just Podcasting, a seasonal show the explores podcasting life and culture. Carrie is co-founder of the female podcast producers and editors community, Just Busters, which helps empower professional women in new media through networking, mentorship, advocacy and monthly trainings.
Aditi Patil was on her fourth relocation for her spouse's career when she decided there should really be a community to support people in her position. There wasn't an existing group so she took it upon herself to create one, We are Pistachio. The name represents the way she describes relocating spouses: tough, open, happy, global - and just a little bit nutty!  Aditi had a solid career with Citibank, a love for leadership and development, and a recent coaching certification when she first relocated with her husband and two young children. Along the way, she'd face challenges and find opportunities, including an opportunity to volunteer with refugee women as a Leadership & Development coach for the United Nations. Today, she lives in Seattle where she has returned to her own career, founded her new community, and teaches for the University of Washington Women in Entrepreneurial Leadership program. 
Welcome to episode 69 of the Tourpreneur Podcast. Today we discover how the WFTA can help you start or grow your food tour business. We're joined by Erik Wolf, the founder and executive director of the World Food Travel Association. The world's leading authority on food and beverage tourism. The WFTA mission is to 'preserve and promote culinary tours through hospitality and tourism' and on this episode of the Tourpreneur podcast, you will hear how they strive to achieve that.
As professional podcast editors, we are also business owners. That means that it's our job to not only support our clients but also to manage our business and to plan for the future. In this episode of the Podcast Editors Mastermind, we talked about both the current health crisis due to COVID-19, as well as a way you might be able to reduce expenses by taking advantage of an Appsumo deal.Coronavirus and podcast editorsIt's no secret that we're in the middle of a global health crisis. And, while we see funny memes like "Podcasters: practicing social distancing since 2004," the reality is that it's affecting us as editors.We discuss questions like:What you might want to share with the clients you work for.The importance of marketing appropriately during this season.The importance of having a plan to support your clients if you get sick.How a health crisis can affect editors who also have in-person studios.In this episode, Tony Dec of also chimed in with several insightful comments in the chat.**Disclaimer** We are podcast editors, not health or legal professionals. These are our opinions, shared for your consideration. Talk to your health or legal professional for specific guidance.Will Meetfox meet our needs?In addition to contingency planning, it's always a good idea to look for ways to control your expenses and many podcast editors find software and services to be some of the larger expenditures.Daniel recently took advantage of an Appsumo deal for Meetfox (Daniel benefits from qualifying purchases) and Bryan wondered if it would be sufficient to replace his current combination of Book Like A Boss and, which is costing about $16 per month.Daniel was kind enough to give us a behind-the-scenes look into Meetfox and answer some questions that all of the Yetis had for him. The conversation is good, but the screen-share is better.Interested in being a guest on the show?If you're a podcast editor, we'd love to see if you'd be a fit for a future episode. Fill out this form to let us know you're interested and we'll contact you to see if it's a good fit.Resources:SBA Disaster FundingPost in the Podcast Editors Club Emily Prokop's public commentAppsumo Recession Proff Business The COVID19 Guide for PodcastersTony Dec shared thisTony Dec - https://PodcastFellows.comJustBusters GroupPodcasters LoungeMeetfoxPodcast Editors MastermindSubscribe: http://subscribe.podcasteditorsmastermind.comAppearing in this episode:Daniel Abendroth: | @rothmedia_audioJennifer Longworth: | @KYPodcastingCarrie Caulfield-Arick: | @thekeldakittyBryan Entzminger: | @toptieraudioThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable -
“I'm FINE means Feelings I'm Not Expressing…” ~ AUDREY HOLST I am talking with the QUEEN of burnout today, Audrey Holst. Audrey has traveled through a myriad of work environments including dog walker, yoga instructor, owned a yoga studio, corporate lackey, and it didn't matter what the job or environment was…there was the element of burnout – so much so that it started making her physically sick. Since then, Audrey has become absolutely passionate in advocating for our nervous systems and providing tools and support for helping us identify and move through burnout.  ALL of us have experienced burnout at one time or another but society has told us to keep going, produce more, be FINE when we are in fact, not very fine at all. In this episode, Audrey shares warning signs that burnout is either nipping at your heals or full on wreaking havoc on your nervous system AND ways to help you through the burnout. Don't think you have burnout? I dare you to listen in and learn how burnout may be showing up in your life in sneaky ways. ARE YOU READY TO GO THERE? ____ AUDREY HOLST helps really smart people not fall apart by helping them heal and transform their burnout. She combines over a decade of experience teaching yoga and mindfulness with extensive training and work as a Certified Professional Coach. She is the author of an upcoming book that teaches readers that there is nothing wrong with them, that what they experience as burnout and disconnection makes sense, and that reconnecting to their body and healing their nervous system is the pathway to tap into their innate brilliance and their sense of self. Each month she leads the Standing Still Collective, a virtual gathering for people that want to achieve their goals in a body-centered and intuitive way with the backing of a community that nurtures their positive actions and changes. Audrey believes that everyone is deserving of a life that nourishes them and small and doable changes over time will eventually change the world. CONNECT WITH AUDREY Website | Instagram Check out Audrey's special Standing Still offer for Going There month FREE! For show notes head over to and if there’s one thing I want you to remember ever it’s this… Healing is possible. You just gotta do the hard work. I believe in you so effing much and I’m here if you ever need an emotional sidekick to help you through tough times. Until next time…love you already. _____ Love the sorts of fly-on-the-wall intimate conversations I’m hosting on Going There? It would mean the WORLD if you leave a rating/review on iTunes/Apple Podcasts/ Google Play and share with folks most needing these messages of hope, resilience, healing, and yes…laughter at some of the darker sides to life. Website: Instagram: My Fave Really Hard Questions: (because you guys know how much I love digging deeper!)
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Aug 20th, 1976
Milton, DE, USA
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