Daniel Abendorth started out podcasting in 2015 where he quickly podfaded. However, he loved the production side of things and became a full-time editor in 2017.
#22 Full Episode Notes: https://podcasteditorsmastermind.com/pem0022-jag-in-detroit (https://podcasteditorsmastermind.com/pem0022-jag-in-detroit) Have you ever wondered how you can differentiate yourself as a podcast editor? Or how you can stand out from your competition and have a more meaningful sales conversation than, "I can save you time?" Jon Gay of https://jagindetroit.com/ (JAG in Detroit Podcasts) offers something that is incredibly valuable to his clients, draws on his 15 years of experience in radio, and even sets him up for ways to expand his business offerings to better meet the needs of his clients. Listen to discover: What took the life out of radio and could do the same in podcasting How a spreadsheet could keep the love of podcasting in our businesses What Jon does that's different from his competitors Why what he offers sets Jon up to discover his clients' needs more deeply Why a https://www.rode.com/rodecasterpro (Rodecaster Pro) has helped him land sales How Jon is considering expanding his business The value of having a group of trusted business colleagues The most embarrassing way each of us have ruined a podcast episode If you want to change your sales pitch from "I'll make you sound good and save you time" to something that is more meaningful and really meets your clients' needs, you'll almost certainly find some incredible ideas in this episode. EditorThis episode was edited by Bryan Entzminger of https://toptieraudio.com/ (Top Tier Audio). You is one of the four slightly irregular Yetis of the Podcast Editors Mastermind and can find him at https://toptieraudio.com (https://toptieraudio.com), where he offers courses, consulting, and editing services. 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. https://podcasteditorsmastermind.com/be-a-guest/ (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:https://jagindetroit.com (JAG in Detroit Podcasts) https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcasteditors/ (Podcast Editors Club) https://yayapod.thinkific.com/courses/izotope-rx7-for-podcasters (Carrie's RX Course) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC48TV3JlzcaEhFyb_q7bXHQ (Daniel's Reaper for Podcasting YouTube  Channel) https://www.facebook.com/AleCarbono (Alejandro Ramirez) https://www.rode.com/rodecasterpro/ (Rodecaster Pro) Appearing in this episode:Daniel Abendroth: https://rothmedia.audio (https://rothmedia.audio) | https://twitter.com/rothmedia_audio (@rothmedia_audio) Jennifer Longworth: https://bourbonbarrelpodcasting.com/ (https://bourbonbarrelpodcasting.com) https://twitter.com/KYPodcasting (| @KYPodcasting) Carrie Caulfield-Arick: https://yayapodcasting.com (https://yayapodcasting.com) | https://twitter.com/thekeldakitty (@thekeldakitty) Bryan Entzminger: https://toptieraudio.com (https://toptieraudio.com) | https://twitter.com/@toptieraudio (@toptieraudio) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Tammey takes a deep dive into the misunderstood, and in some cases, dismissed world of male breast cancer with advocates Bret Miller, and Cheri Ambrose.In 2003, Bret was a typical 17-year old guy. A senior in high school, on the football team, working at the pool and ice rink, when he noticed a lump in his breast. Without medical insurance at the time, he mentioned it to his doctor at a sports physical, but the doctor was unconcerned. Seven years later, in 2010, Bret asked a doctor again, this time his doctor sent him for a sonogram and Bret found out he had breast cancer.In 2009 Cheri had a close male friend who was battling breast cancer. When she learned that her good friend was embarrassed and horrified to have what he called a "woman's disease," she made it her personal mission to raise male breast cancer awareness nationwide. In 2013 Cheri and Bret founded the Male Breast Cancer Coalition.These fearless advocates give us an intimate look at everything from the individual breast cancer experience from the diagnosed male’s perspective to state and national legislation regarding gender equity in a predominantly female-driven, and focused, field of medicine and treatment.Listen in as they share the wisdom and experience of both advocate and patient, we discuss harmful stereotypes, personal fears, and medical misinformation as it pertains to male breast cancer. Where positive and lasting change has been made for not only the men diagnosed but also in preemptive knowledge for self-diagnostics, and as they share their passion for service as they passionately continue their advocacy work.Male Breast Cancer Coalition:Website: https://malebreastcancercoalition.orgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MaleBreastCancerCoalitionTwitter: https://twitter.com/MBCC_MHBTYour Killer Life:Website: https://www.yourkillerlife.comInstagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest: @yourkillerlifeLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/your-killer-life/Subscribe to the Your Killer Life eMail Newsletter: https://sendfox.com/yourkillerlife##Sponsor the Show:For sponsorship information: https://www.yourkillerlife.com/sponsorship-opportunitiesOr show some love and buy us a cup of coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/yourkillerlifeThis podcast is professionally edited by Roth MediaThis Episode Sponsored by:A special thank you to our sponsor and previous guest, Suzanna Davis with RakasaFit™. Suzanna wants to help our listeners find their fitness and reconnect with their health. RakasaFit™ encompasses belly dance and core fitness into one intensive workout for improved stamina, range of motion, technique, posture, physical expression, and strength. RakasaFit can easily be modified to meet you wherever you are on your path to reclaiming your health. So what do you have to lose? Visit www.rakasafit.com for more information.
Do you dream of a time when life is easy and you'll finally feel happy? When your kids sleep through the night? When they stop bickering and throwing tantrums? When you can hand over the car keys and send your child to the grocery store? Tune in to today's episode, and learn how thinking about the future in this way delays your happiness and keeps you from enjoying the present. www.lessdramamoremama.com/128
Content is Queen! It's the 1st way that people connect with you. I want to help you find your voice so you can show up clear and confident in your copy!You DO know what to say to your people so let's do it!In this episode, I'm sharingHow to stop the scroll hole and get people to pay attention to what you have to saySome real deal structure so you never run out of ideas and topics to share with your people.3 Types of content and which you want to spend most of your time creating!Let's do this!Curious about how I work with women in their Beauty & Style Biz? Go here:https://coachingwithkylie.as.me/schedule.php?appointmentType=10051287Sign up for the Find Your Audience & Start Making Money Workshop here:http://kylieclayborne.com/workshop-lp
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Birthdate
Aug 10th, 1988
Location
Memphis, TN, USA
Episode Count
1289
Podcast Count
16
Total Airtime
3 weeks, 2 days
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 357902