Thu, 18 December 2014
In this Ari Meisel interview, we hear how Ari went from being diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, to improving his health enough to be able to run an Ironman Triathlon, which is no small feat. Along the way he discovered what he now calls the principles of Less Doing. His motto is to Optimize, Automate and Outsource the 95% of things that we’re not experts at. He now hosts the popular Less Doing podcast and an annual 3-day conference in NYC.
- 05:30 – The more you start podcasting, the less time you have to listen to them.
- 09:30 – Ari talks about his podcast, Less Doing, More Living.
- 12:30 – Ari shares some of the early mistakes he made on his podcast.
- 18:00 – The Less Doing, More Living podcast discontinued their transcriptions for more detailed show notes.
- 24:45 – The Less Doing, More Living podcast has a great automatic process that Ari explains in detail in this segment.
- 29:10 – Ari is doing a 3-day conference in May.
- 33:30 – A podcast is a great way for people to find out more about you and get a general overview of who you are.
- 38:10 – Despite Ari being a Tedx speaker and a podcaster, he still has problems with mumbling.
- 44:15 – Ari is glad that everyone that he has really wanted on the show have said yes.
- 49:10 – There’s a lot of interesting technology coming out of Israel right now.
- 54:00 – EvanHD has a video that has 57 million views and it’s just him playing with a Play-Doh set.
FULL SHOW NOTES: http://www.podcastjunkies.com/29
Direct download: Podcast-Junkies-Ari-Meisel-Interview.mp3
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Fri, 12 December 2014
Jason Stapleton is the host of Jason Stapleton Program, a top ranked show on Stitcher Radio, iTunes, and YouTube. He is a professional trader with over a decade of experience as well as a family man. He sits down to talk to Harry today about his show, the importance of having an opinion, net neutrality, and more. Jason shares some important tips that you simply won’t get any where else.
FULL SHOW NOTES: http://www.podcastjunkies.com/28
Direct download: 028-Jason_Stapleton.mp3
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Mon, 24 November 2014
Guy & Ilan Ferdman run Satori Prime. Their company has a bold mission of influencing 100 million people by 2020. Not too shabby, eh? Talk about passion, these 2 have it by the bucket-loads. In this Ilan and Guy Ferdman interview, we cover the importance of personal connections, how the podcast has been an important vehicle for their business, and why the universe has a funny way of showing you what you need to do. Yeah, we’re all over the map here…and it’s a good thing!
- 10:00 – Ilan Ferdman created his podcast initially as cliff notes about other podcasts.
- 15:00 – Ilan has gotten big names on his podcast and he’s surprised no one has said no to him or asked him for the amount of downloads his podcast has before appearing on the show.
- 21:05 – Passion is infectious. Be passionate with whatever you do.
- 25:30 – Ilan explains how they came up with the name Satori Prime.
- 35:40 – Satori Prime is a leadership academy.
- 42:50 – The universe has a funny way of showing where you need to be at the right time. Most people only recognize when they’re not there and they do not focus on the impact they want to have on the world.
- 54:15 – Ilan doesn’t see the point of college. He thinks the experience is amazing, but in terms of education, it doesn’t make sense to get a degree in a field you are most likely not going to be working in later in life.
- 01:04:50 – Ilan rather have his kids to have hands-on experience than college experience. That hands-on experience will go a long way than sitting in a class room.
- 01:12:25 – People think if they reveal their dark side, people won’t want to be around them any more. Truth be told, Guy says the opposite happens.
- 01:18:15 – We all have our moments, but if you own it and take responsibility for it, you can still make a difference.
FULL SHOW NOTES: http://www.podcastjunkies.com/27
Direct download: Podcast-Junkies-Ilan-Guy-Ferdman-Interview.mp3
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Thu, 13 November 2014
Ray Ortega is definitely classified as a Podcast Junkie. He hosts the Podcasters’ Roundtable where a group of podcasters get together and nerd out. He first started podcasting about produce and has since expanded into the tech field. In this Ray Ortega interview, Ray and Harry sit down for a great episode on Podcast Junkies and talk about his various shows he’s started up and some other fascinating podcasting stuff.
- 07:50 – Ray talks about his first podcast.
- 12:40 – Podcasters’ Roundtable uses Google +’s platform really well. Ray says he loves the live stream, the user interaction, and notifications that you can get with using it.
- 18:25 – Ray’s show is about other podcasters sharing what they’ve learned about podcasting. It’s a playground, a sandbox, and a place to have fun and talk about cool things.
- 30:10 – Reach out to Ray and always ask questions before you buy any gear. He’s happy to help.
- 35:00 – If you see something lacking in the market, don’t be afraid to try and make it better or try and teach it better.
- 41:30 – Ray used to be a police officer before he became a professional podcast producer.
- 44:40 – We are all podcast amateurs, but as long as you learn from it, just do it.
- 49:35 – Dave Jackson is a big mentor to Ray and loves what Dave can bring to the table for his podcast.
- 52:00 – Ray receives a package!
- 55:35 – Ray has a new episode coming out about compression.
- 57:20 – Ray wants to tackle monetization, but he’s saving that episode until he can find the right experts.
FULL SHOW NOTES: http://www.podcastjunkies.com/26
Direct download: Podcast-Junkies-Ray-Ortega-Interview.mp3
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Wed, 5 November 2014
Nicole Welch is the show host for Real Time: Real Men Only and talks specifically to men who want to build powerful, influential, and sustainable relationships in both their personal or business life. In this Nicole Welch interview, she sits down with Harry on Podcast Junkies to talk about tapping into your true inner calling and finding your identity in this world. Harry met Nicole at the Podcast Movement and both of them loved each other’s vibe. Sit down and learn with both Harry and Nicole today on Podcast Junkies!
- 07:40 – Nicole talks a little bit about her move to Honduras and the various gang members she helped.
- 12:15 – Both Nicole and Harry share their machete stories.
- 19:00 – Nicole tries to showcase the heroes on her shows. Guys like Harry who cleans up the kitchen before he podcasts. Show the guy that’s hustling and balancing all aspects of his life.
- 22:20 – Open communication is so important for a couple, especially if you’re an entrepreneur and are always busy.
- 28:45 – You need to know who you are, so that people can get this fresh perspective from you. Don’t follow the trend and be yourself.
- 35:00 – Nicole believes that everyone has a calling, but most people truly don’t know what they want. They don’t sit down, take time for themselves, and ask the important questions to help them get there.
- 40:00 – In order to have an adventurous life, you need to have the good, the bad, the painful, and take risks. There’s always a bigger picture, but you can’t get there if you don’t experience this range of emotion.
- 47:25 – Nicole loves studying people. She loves to watch Tony Robbins in particular and how he is able to interact with a crowd.
- 50:52 – Life’s too short to worry about what people think of you.
FULL SHOW NOTES: http://www.podcastjunkies.com/25
Direct download: Podcast-Junkies-Nicole-Welch-Interview.mp3
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Thu, 23 October 2014
John Corcoran is an expert in developing powerful networks and talks to Harry about how he was able to succeed with his podcast and more. At 23 years old, he landed a job as a writer for the Clinton administration. He says he was able to do it because he was good at developing strong relationships with the right people. In this John Corcoran interview, John shares some tips with Harry and his audience on how you can be a great asset to your network and gives you a little Easter egg worth of goodies at the end of the show.
- 6:00 – He loves podcasting because you can build a relationship you’re talking to for the podcast, you’re learning, and you get to help others.
- 10:00 – Listening to your own podcast helps educate you and teaches special skills about yourself.
- 16:10 – It’s important to get an experienced podcast-guest on the show, but it is also important to bring on the new guys too so that your audience doesn’t get bored.
- 22:30 – There are people who don’t see the value in reaching out and helping people they’ve just met.
- 25:40 – It’s best to keep on maintaining those relationships and always be on somebody’s mind, so you don’t end up being the guy who just got laid off and reaching out to all your contacts who haven’t heard from you in the past 3-4 years. It just looks bad.
- 27:18 – Have a networking list and have goals to help you in the future.
- 35:15 – As a podcast host, you really want to feel like you’re talking directly to the listener and that’s exactly what the listeners want from you.
- 44:20 – Just let others know what you’re doing and let them know that you want to keep in touch with them. Let them know that they can sign up to your email list so you can be in touch with them.
- 49:00 – John shares quick tips on how you can get a busy, popular person to come on to your show and be interviewed.
- 52:50 – It’s important to keep the real life moments of podcasting in and unedited, because it just sounds better.
FULL SHOW NOTES: http://www.podcastjunkies.com/24
Direct download: Podcast-Junkies-John-Corcoran-Interview.mp3
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Fri, 10 October 2014
In this Kim Trumbo Interview we hear the story of what inspired her to create the popular Generosity Philosophy podcast, her thoughts on charities, and the connections the show has created. campaign.
- 11:30 – Kim gets the idea for a podcast
- 28:00 – Are the challenges with bigger charities?
- 36:30 – The organic growth of the show
- 42:00 – This wouldn’t have happened without the podcast
- 44:30 – A heartfelt realization from Kim
- 54:00 – Kim & Molly launch a 2nd podcast
FULL SHOW NOTES: http://www.podcastjunkies.com/23
Direct download: Podcast-Junkies-Kim-Trumbo-Interview.mp3
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Fri, 26 September 2014
Steve Stewart is a man of many talents, and in this conversation we cover conferences, favorite vinyl tracks, breakdancing and, oh yeah, podcasting!
FULL SHOW NOTES: http://www.podcastjunkies.com/22
Direct download: Podcast-Junkies-Steve-Stewart-Interview.mp3
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Sun, 21 September 2014
In this Jordan Agolli interview, we meet the dynamic host of the Teenage Entrepreneur podcast. At age 20, he’s already run a successful 20-person business, and is now working on several big ideas.
- 04:15 - – The preparation mindset Karate gives you
- 09:45 - – The breakdown of the tournament
- 13:15 - – The importance of surrounding yourself with better talent
- 17:50 - – Jordan’s intro into podcasting
- 19:40 - – Jordan’s first business at 14
- 23:45 - – A business branding session
- 27:15 - – The start of the Teenage Entrepreneur Podcast
- 31:30 - – The birth of the Creative Rebellion mastermind
- 38:30 - – The importance of face to face call
- 46:45 - – Tips for connecting with your guest
- 52:15 - – Is quality better than quantity?
FULL SHOW NOTES: http://www.podcastjunkies.com/21
Direct download: Podcast-Junkies-Jordan-Agolli-Interview.mp3
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Sat, 13 September 2014
Every once in a while you have such an inspiring conversation, it motivates you to do all you can to help the cause. Brandy Shea and Bryndan Thomas are traveling the USA for the next 2 years in search of 250 of the most compelling and inspirational entrepreneur stories. This is the story of the Quality Thrives campaign.
FULL SHOW NOTES: http://www.podcastjunkies.com/20