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Best of Podcasters & The Book on Podcasting

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This podcast is about learning about Podcasts, the industry, and Podcast Hosts. This podcast serves as an example on how one can develop authority and credibility in any field, while learning through the process.

Alexander Laurin, offers his years of experience to readers who want to learn how to create and grow a successful podcast. More than a how-to, The Book On Podcasting reveals Laurin’s experience of personal reinvention and living with purpose and fun through podcasting. Offering strategies for living well, embracing change, and fostering meaningful relationships, this book teaches a holistic method of honest, authentic podcasting. You may purchase the book on Amazon:…


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Daniel J Lewis & The Audacity To Podcast | International Podcast Day Co-Founder & Award Winning Podcaster
Daniel J Lewis talks about his first 9 podcasts in 2 years. His discussed improving his podcast when he started to focus his time, and make podcasting a part of his life. Daniel shares messages about authenticity, being criticized for someone who you no longer are, learning how to communicate, running a business, and making yourself better.
William Davis | Professor Podcast | Storytelling Tips for Podcasters
Will Davis is a college professor and an award-winning public radio producer. Davis teaches podcasting at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and creates original content for Chattanooga’s NPR station, WUTC FM 88.1. He’s interested in audio storytelling and how these stories bring meaning and value to our lives. --- Article about Wil Davis teaching his students on storytelling and podcasting: ------ Storytelling Tips for Podcasters The best stories are… Simple (Easy to understand, Memorable) Engaging (Emotional, Surprising) Real (Authentic, Resonant) A good podcast story… Is focused (Know the difference between a topic and a story) Has at least one good character (Someone with conviction) Has action happening now that you can record (These are your “scenes”) Questions to ask yourself… Can you describe your story in one sentence? Who are your characters? What questions do you have for your characters? Do you have access to your characters and scenes? Can you return to your characters and scenes again and again? Is there something universal in your story that resonates with an average audience?
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Jul 26th, 2017
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