36 episodes

Beyond the Microphone is a podcast about podcasters and the stories of how their shows came together, grew, and what they discovered along the way. Whether you got into podcasting out of a personal passion or you're using podcasting to monetize your business, the shared experience of creating your podcast concept, planning your launch, and working to grow your podcast is something we can all relate to as podcasters.

Listen in and discover the stories behind the podcasts, find out from experienced podcasters what worked and what didn't work as they grew their shows, and learn the tips and tricks from podcasting insiders.

Beyond The Microphone: A Podcast About Podcasters Adam Baruh

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Beyond the Microphone is a podcast about podcasters and the stories of how their shows came together, grew, and what they discovered along the way. Whether you got into podcasting out of a personal passion or you're using podcasting to monetize your business, the shared experience of creating your podcast concept, planning your launch, and working to grow your podcast is something we can all relate to as podcasters.

Listen in and discover the stories behind the podcasts, find out from experienced podcasters what worked and what didn't work as they grew their shows, and learn the tips and tricks from podcasting insiders.

    Ep. 35: Adam Discusses Growing Your Audience, and From Park Ranger to Podcasting Pro: Jody Maberry's Journey

    Ep. 35: Adam Discusses Growing Your Audience, and From Park Ranger to Podcasting Pro: Jody Maberry's Journey

    In this insightful episode of Beyond The Microphone, host Adam Baruh sits down with Jody Maberry, the host of The Jody Mayberry Show and a former park ranger turned branding expert. They delve into Jody's transition from the great outdoors to the podcasting studio and explore the evolution of podcasting from its early days to the present. Jody shares his experiences with targeted daily engagement, his approach to interviewing, and how his park ranger storytelling skills have influenced his podcasting and consulting work. This episode is a treasure trove for podcasters and brand marketers alike, offering a blend of personal stories, professional wisdom, and practical advice from a seasoned podcaster who's seen the industry grow firsthand.### Show Notes:**[00:00:00] Introduction:**- Host Adam Baruh introduces the show and discusses the importance of targeted daily engagement for podcasters.**[00:03:00] The Art of Engagement:**- Adam explains targeted daily engagement and how to organically grow podcast traffic.**[00:04:00] Guest Introduction:**- Jody Maberry is introduced, his background as a park ranger, and his podcasting journey.**[00:07:00] Time Management in Podcasting:**- Jody and Adam discuss the challenges of time management and avoiding burnout in podcasting.**[00:11:00] Jody's Park Ranger Experience:**- Jody shares his experiences as a park ranger and how it led to his podcasting career.**[00:15:00] The Jody Mayberry Show and Creating Disney Magic:**- Jody talks about his podcasts, including the popular "Creating Disney Magic."**[00:17:00] Evolution of Podcasting:**- The conversation shifts to how podcasting has changed since Jody started.**[00:21:00] Interviewing Techniques Over Time:**- Jody reflects on how his interview style has evolved over the years.**[00:24:00] Storytelling as a Park Ranger:**- The connection between park ranger storytelling and podcast interviewing is explored.**[00:28:00] Brand Consulting and Podcasting:**- Jody discusses his consulting work and how it ties into his podcasting experience.**[00:31:00] Behind the Scenes:**- A look into Jody's work with other podcasters and attending podcast trade shows.**[00:33:00] Advice for New Podcasters:**- Jody offers advice for new podcasters on attending trade shows and networking.If you're inspired by Jody's journey from the national parks to the podcasting world, make sure to check out The Jody Mayberry Show for a mix of storytelling, lessons, and interviews. Don't forget to follow Beyond The Microphone for more stories about podcasters and their unique journeys. Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen, and share this episode with a friend who's passionate about podcasting and storytelling!**Connect with Jody Mayberry:**- The Jody Mayberry Show: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jody-maberry-show/id1084178356
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/jodymaberryhttps://www.instagram.com/sugarjmaberryJoin us next week for another deep dive Beyond The Microphone!

    • 44 min
    Ep 34: Adam Discusses The Tools of Podcasting, Then Speaks With Jodi Krangle, Host of "Audio Branding: The Hidden Gem of Marketing"

    Ep 34: Adam Discusses The Tools of Podcasting, Then Speaks With Jodi Krangle, Host of "Audio Branding: The Hidden Gem of Marketing"

    In this insightful episode of Beyond the Microphone, host Adam Baruh explores the evolving landscape of podcasting tools and time management, emphasizing the role of AI in streamlining podcast production. Adam shares his personal experiences with PodTask, an AI-integrated platform that aids in content creation. Later, Adam engages in a fascinating conversation with Jodi Krangle, the voice behind the Audio Branding podcast. Jodi delves into her journey from voice acting to podcasting, the importance of sound in marketing, and the art of active listening in conducting engaging interviews. Tune in to discover the warmth of the podcasting community and Jodi's personal growth through her podcasting experience.Chapter Markers:[00:00:00] - Introduction and Adam's Insights on AI in Podcasting [00:03:00] - The Impact of AI on Podcast Production and Time Management [00:06:00] - PodTask: Automating Show Notes and Episode Hooks [00:09:00] - Jodi Krangle Introduction and Background in Voice Acting [00:12:00] - The Origin of the Audio Branding Podcast [00:15:00] - Jodi's Transition from Music to Podcasting [00:18:00] - The Importance of Sound in Our Lives and Business [00:21:00] - Evolution of Jodi's Podcasting Techniques [00:24:00] - The Significance of Active Listening in Interviews [00:27:00] - Jodi's Discoveries in the Podcasting Space [00:30:00] - Personal Discoveries and Growth Through Podcasting Resources:- PodTask: [PodTask.com] (https://www.podtask.com/)- Audio Branding Podcast: [Audio Branding Podcast] (https://audiobrandingpodcast.com/)- Jodi Krangle Music: [JodiKrangleMusic.com] (https://www.jodikranglemusic.com/)If you're inspired by Adam's and Jodi's insights into podcasting, or if you're looking to improve your own podcasting process, be sure to check out PodTask for streamlined podcast management and innovative marketing tools. Don't forget to visit the Audio Branding podcast to explore the power of sound in marketing and branding. Connect with us on social media, share your thoughts on this episode, and subscribe to Beyond the Microphone for more in-depth discussions with podcasting professionals.

    • 33 min
    Ep 33: Embracing Hope and Growth: Adam Speaks With Dr. Mya Fields on Transforming Grief into a Legacy for Hannah

    Ep 33: Embracing Hope and Growth: Adam Speaks With Dr. Mya Fields on Transforming Grief into a Legacy for Hannah

    In this moving episode of Beyond The Microphone, host Adam Baruh speaks with Dr. Mya Fields, an educator and grieving mother who has turned her profound personal loss into a beacon of hope for others. Dr. Fields shares the story of her daughter Hannah, whose life, though tragically short, inspired the creation of the Hey, Hannah podcast. This conversation delves into the therapeutic power of podcasting, the lessons Dr. Fields hoped to impart to her daughter, and how she's using her experience to help others navigate grief, embrace growth, and build a meaningful life.Chapter Markers:[00:00:00] - Introduction and Reflection on Podcasting[00:03:00] - The Shift from Broad to Niche Topics in Podcasting[00:05:00] - Introducing Dr. Mya Fields and the Hey, Hannah Podcast[00:07:00] - Dr. Fields Shares Her Story and the Memory of Hannah[00:10:00] - Finding Hope and Emotional Strength After Loss[00:13:00] - The Journey to Creating a Podcast[00:15:00] - The Mission Behind Hey, Hannah[00:17:00] - The Therapeutic Nature of Podcasting[00:19:00] - Lessons and Values Dr. Fields Wishes to Impart[00:21:00] - Format and Guest Experts on Hey, Hannah[00:23:00] - Addressing Misconceptions and Challenges[00:25:00] - Debunking Misconceptions About Women and Time Management[00:27:00] - Personal Discoveries Through Grief and PodcastingResources:- Hey, Hannah Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hey-hannah-lessons-of-love-loss-and-parenthood/id1694846931If you've been touched by Dr. Mya Fields' story and want to learn more about her journey and the Hey, Hannah podcast, be sure to subscribe to Beyond The Microphone for more inspiring stories. If you or someone you know is navigating the waters of grief, consider tuning in to Hey, Hannah for support and encouragement.Don't forget to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast platform. Share this episode with anyone who might find solace and strength in Dr. Fields' message of hope and resilience.Thank you for listening to Beyond The Microphone. Join us next time as we dive deeper into the stories of podcasters and the impact they're making in the world.

    • 31 min
    Ep. 32: Adam Talks About Taking Your Podcast From Concept to Reality with Kearstin Jordan and Dawntrese Posey

    Ep. 32: Adam Talks About Taking Your Podcast From Concept to Reality with Kearstin Jordan and Dawntrese Posey

    **Today's Episode:**- Adam welcomes Kearstin Jordan and Dawntrese Posey to the show.- Unlike previous episodes featuring established podcast hosts, Kearstin and Dawntrese are in the early stages of conceptualizing their podcast.- The duo is known for their dynamic presence and camaraderie at their corporate office.**Getting to Know Kearstin and Dawntrese:**- Kearstin and Dawntrese share their experiences of moving from big cities to California suburbs and how they built a strong bond at work.- The pair reflects on their complementary personalities, with Kearstin being analytical and Dawntrese being creative.**Podcast Aspirations:**- The idea to start a podcast stemmed from their entertaining and engaging conversations at work.- They express a desire to create an outlet for their thoughts and to share their day-to-day experiences with listeners.- Both Kearstin and Dawntrese view podcasting as an opportunity for personal growth and to step out of their comfort zones.**Goals and Expectations:**- The podcast is intended to be an organic and authentic reflection of their lives, without the pressure of a highly polished production.- They aim to have open and judgment-free discussions, covering everything from laughter to tears.- Impact and visibility are important to them, as they want to create something that allows them to express themselves and connect with others.Stay tuned for the next episode of Beyond the Microphone, where Adam continues to explore the journeys and discoveries of podcasters from various walks of life.

    • 23 min
    Ep. 31: Adam Talks Recovery with Alyssa Rocco and Pamela Davenport, Co-Hosts of the "My Badass Recovery" Podcast

    Ep. 31: Adam Talks Recovery with Alyssa Rocco and Pamela Davenport, Co-Hosts of the "My Badass Recovery" Podcast

    In this transformative episode of Beyond The Microphone, host Adam Baruh sits down with Alyssa Rocco and Pamela Rueda, co-hosts of the "My Badass Recovery" podcast. Delving into the depths of overcoming addiction, the duo shares their personal journeys of battling self-sabotaging behaviors and the power of recovery. This conversation sheds light on the importance of addressing shame, embracing vulnerability, and the incredible strength found in sobriety.Key Points Discussed:- The inception of "My Badass Recovery" podcast and the unique dynamic of co-hosting.- Alyssa and Pamela's personal stories of addiction and their paths to sobriety.- The role of shame in addiction and the transformative power of vulnerability.- The mission behind "My Badass Recovery" to empower others and address societal stigmas.- The concept and themes of the upcoming season, featuring expert guests and authors.- The intersection of codependency and addiction and how it shapes their coaching and podcast content.- The use of the podcast as a tool to attract clients to their coaching program.Timestamps:[00:00:00] Introduction to PodTask and the benefits of streamlining your podcast workflow.[00:01:00] Adam Baruh introduces the episode and guests, Alyssa Rocco and Pamela Davenport.[00:02:00] The story behind "My Badass Recovery" and its impact.[00:03:00] Alyssa shares how she met Pamela and their decision to work together.[00:04:00] Pamela's journey from kidnapping survivor to sobriety advocate.[00:05:00] The decision to create content focused on empowerment and transformation.[00:06:00] The challenges of co-creating and learning to share the lead.[00:07:00] Adam shares his personal experience with shame and its effects.[00:08:00] The conversation delves into the deeper aspects of recovery and self-discovery.[00:09:00] The importance of compassion in the healing process.[00:10:00] Alyssa discusses her multifaceted battle with addiction and finding a spiritual solution.[00:11:00] The duo's approach to selecting podcast guests based on intuition and resonance.[00:12:00] The connection between their podcast and coaching practice.Quotes:- "Addiction brought us to our knees, inviting us to transform our lives through recovery." - Alyssa Rocco- "When you speak truth about your own life and shed light on your own story with honesty and vulnerability, people around you give themselves permission to heal." - Pamela RuedaResources Mentioned:- "My Badass Recovery" on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/my-badass-recovery/id1567445631- She Recovers: A non-profit organization for women in recovery: https://sherecovers.org/Don't forget to subscribe to Beyond The Microphone for more inspiring stories and insights from the podcasting world.
    ******************************Thank you to our sponsor, PodTask. Whether you’re just starting out in podcasting or you’ve been at this a while and are looking to save time so you can create amazing content for your listeners, go check out PodTask, a podcast management and marketing platform designed by podcasters, for podcasters. With PodTasks automated workflow and AI-based marketing tools, you’ll save time and sanity and be better equipped to grow your podcasts. Learn more at https://www.podtask.com******************************If you like Beyond The Microphone and wish to support us, subscribe to the podcast and leave a review for us on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beyond-the-microphone-a-podcast-about-podcasters/id1691992896 and on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbYZYM2kZNqR5JPoNtIVmeQ******************************Beyond The Microphone is produced and distributed by EIQ Media Group, LLC.  If you’re looking for help and guidance in your own podcasting journey, we'd love to help you find direction and work with you on strategy so that your passion and purpose can continue to manifest amazing content for your listeners. Please reach out to us through https://www.

    • 46 min
    Ep. 30: Adam Talks About Calls to Action And Speaks With Tina Stinson, Host Of The "Soul Aligned Self Care" Podcast

    Ep. 30: Adam Talks About Calls to Action And Speaks With Tina Stinson, Host Of The "Soul Aligned Self Care" Podcast

    **Introduction:**- Host Adam Baruh discusses the importance of calls to action for podcasters, emphasizing the need for reviews and ratings to help podcasts get discovered.- Adam introduces the guest, Tina Stinson, host of the podcast "Soul Align Self Care," which focuses on deep level self-care practices for personal and professional success.**Tina Stinson's Journey:**- Tina shares her personal story, starting with a life-altering event in 2007 when she had a stroke at the age of 39, caused by extreme stress.- Despite being in the best shape of her life, Tina's stress levels from a demanding job and personal life led to a stroke that forced her to reevaluate her lifestyle.- She embarked on a holistic journey of self-care, exploring nutrition, movement, energy protection, intuition, and boundary setting.**The Turning Point:**- Tina's recovery included learning to manage her stress and listen to her body's signals.- She discovered the importance of deep level self-care, which goes beyond surface-level activities like getting nails done or taking bubble baths.- Tina emphasizes the significance of inner work, such as setting and maintaining boundaries, to prevent stress-related health issues.**Learning from the Body's Signals:**- Tina recalls the physical signs her body gave her before the stroke, like trembling from exhaustion and vision issues.- She stresses the importance of being in touch with one's body and recognizing when it's signaling for rest or indicating potential health problems.**Tina's Toolbox for Self-Care:**- Tina shares her personal self-care strategies, which vary depending on her emotional state.- For anxiety, she turns to meditation and yoga, and for sadness, she allows herself to feel and process emotions.- Stress release for Tina involves dancing, loud music, and sometimes screaming into a pillow as a reset.**Closing Thoughts:**- Adam and Tina discuss the narratives we create around life events and the importance of processing experiences without attaching good or bad labels.- Adam shares his own self-care practice of taking walks to clear his head and the need to prioritize self-care amidst a busy schedule.**Final Message:**- Tina's message is to normalize deep level self-care to avoid reaching a breaking point and to prioritize one's own needs in order to live a healthier and more fulfilling life.**Connect with Tina Stinson:**- Learn more about deep level self-care and listen to her podcast, "Soul Align Self Care" on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/soul-aligned-self-care/id1630817432**Call to Action:**- If you've enjoyed this episode and found value in Tina's story and insights, please consider leaving a review and rating for "Beyond The Microphone" on your favorite podcast platform.- Stay tuned for more episodes where we dive into the stories of podcasters and the valuable lessons they've learned along the way.**Thank You for Listening!**- Adam thanks listeners for joining this episode and invites them to continue the conversation by reaching out with questions or comments.
    ******************************Thank you to our sponsor, PodTask. Whether you’re just starting out in podcasting or you’ve been at this a while and are looking to save time so you can create amazing content for your listeners, go check out PodTask, a podcast management and marketing platform designed by podcasters, for podcasters. With PodTasks automated workflow and AI-based marketing tools, you’ll save time and sanity and be better equipped to grow your podcasts. Learn more at https://www.podtask.com******************************If you like Beyond The Microphone and wish to support us, subscribe to the podcast and leave a review for us on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beyond-the-microphone-a-podcast-about-podcasters/id1691992896 and on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbYZYM2kZNqR5JPoNtIVmeQ******************************Beyond The Microphone is produced and distribu

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