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Hosts Jessica Rhodes and Margy Feldhuhn are the dynamic duo who run Interview Connections, the first and leading podcast booking agency. In this podcast, Jessica and Margy teach listeners how to get booked on podcasts as a guest, how to be a great podcast host and leverage the power of podcast interviews to grow your business. To learn more about their company, go to InterviewConnections.com or join their free Facebook group, Guest Expert Profit Lab at InterviewConnections.com/Group

Monetize the Mic Jessica Rhodes and Margy Feldhuhn

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    • 4.9 • 67 Ratings

Hosts Jessica Rhodes and Margy Feldhuhn are the dynamic duo who run Interview Connections, the first and leading podcast booking agency. In this podcast, Jessica and Margy teach listeners how to get booked on podcasts as a guest, how to be a great podcast host and leverage the power of podcast interviews to grow your business. To learn more about their company, go to InterviewConnections.com or join their free Facebook group, Guest Expert Profit Lab at InterviewConnections.com/Group

    Why You Need to Use Podcast Guesting to Grow Your Speaking Business Now!

    Why You Need to Use Podcast Guesting to Grow Your Speaking Business Now!

    Enjoy the replay of a Facebook Live that Jessica hosted with Jacqueline Nagle about why you need to use podcast guesting to grow your speaking business now! 

    To learn more about Jacqueline and her programs for speakers, visit http://interviewconnections.com/anygiventuesday (affiliate link) 
     
     

    • 41 min
    Visibility Breakthroughs with Dr. Joli Hamilton

    Visibility Breakthroughs with Dr. Joli Hamilton

    Dr. Joli Hamilton is the relationship coach for couples who
    color outside the lines. She is a research psychologist, TEDx speaker, best-selling author, and AASECT (pronounced ay-sect) certified sex educator. Joli also co-hosts the Project Relationship podcast with her anchor partner, Ken. Joli’s been featured in The New York Times, Vogue, NPR, and The Atlantic. She’s spent the past two decades studying and reimagining what love can be if we open our imaginations to possibility.Joli helps people create non-monogamous partnerships that are custom-built for their authentic selves, no more shrinking,
    pretending, or hiding required.
     
    In this episode, she shares the biggest visibility breakthroughs she’s had thanks to podcast guesting and coaching with Jess, Margy and the Interview Connections team! 
     
    Take Joli’s quiz at https://joliquiz.com/

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    Are You A Workaholic Or A People Pleaser?

    Are You A Workaholic Or A People Pleaser?

    In this episode, Jess shares about a pivotal moment recently when she realized that her workaholism was actually masking her people-pleasing tendencies.  
    Audio Transcript: 
     
    Jessica Rhodes: On this episode, I want to share a really, really great breakthrough, I had.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: spoiler alert we're sharing all of our breakthroughs on this podcast now, but I want to share a really important breakthrough about like workaholism and people pleasing and the connection because.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: I had this pivotal moment recently when I was you know talking with my husband Jamie he was like hey you know we do our two week vacation every summer with our like extended family.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: And then he was like I really think this summer, we should also do a week vacation like just the four of us, and I was like yeah and when he suggested that I was starting to get a little nervous about taking another week off and.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: Normally one would be excited for a vacation, but it was like kind of stressing me out like scheduling it in, and you know we found this week where it's fine like there's no launching happening and.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: It was like we were looking at this Wednesday to a Wednesday.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: And I saw that on the calendar was like a group mastermind call and content day like where we record all our podcast and I was like.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: Okay Jamie maybe like let's leave like Wednesday afternoon because, like, I have some stuff in the morning and he was like.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: it's we're talking about August, like you, can't move it and I was like getting really nervous and like uncomfortable and I was like um no I can get it, and he, like what he gave me the look right he was like seriously like you can't move this like.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: And I really like it was just in that moment, where I was like oh my God like I don't i'm not like addicted to work i'm not a workaholic I am.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: deeply afraid of inconveniencing other people, because I knew that if I.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: said i'm going to be off that day I would have to ask Maggie can we record our podcast on a different day and I would have to say to MARQuIS can you lead the call that day.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: And I was so afraid to make that request, and I was like I have always identified as a hard worker I love work i'm a career woman like.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: That has been my identity and through all of this work that's happening right now, this personal work I realized, it is like people-pleasing manifesting as workaholism and an addiction to work.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: it's not an addiction to work, I actually quite enjoy taking time off, but I was so afraid of inconveniencing somebody that I just was like I love working.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): yeah and, like the stuff that justice talking about is like very easy to reschedule to.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: Like it just exactly.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): Like we reschedule like our content block when we record the podcast we reschedule it like all the time, in fact, the August, one is a reschedule of the original one because I booked a weekend with my basti and all the colleges move this.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: knocking I have different trauma tendencies.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (

    • 10 min
    Luxury Manifestation Retreat Breakthroughs

    Luxury Manifestation Retreat Breakthroughs

    Margy recently attended Kathleen Cameron’s Rise Retreat in May and she shares all about it in this episode!    Links mentioned: 
    https://www.instagram.com/asoulcalledjoel/



    Audio Transcript: 
     
    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): In this episode, I am going to share some of the breakthroughs I had going on a manifestation retreat with Kathleen camera and I went on her rise retreat last week in the Bahamas and it was a really.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): Profound amazing experience it wasn't what I thought it would be, but it definitely ended up being what I needed and so i've been sharing this on my personal instagram at hey MARQuIS on live, but we wanted to bring some of those lessons here to the podcast.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: yeah, and so this came about, we were in Florida for a mastermind that we're in Kelly Roach his legacy leaders, and you know Margie had this.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: Really, this like.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: Calling she's like I need someone to pour into me do I need like an executive coach like I need something right so she's now out seeking and I remember we're walking through the airport.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: Well, she had previously heard from Anna rains like you should go to kathleen's retreat and so we're walking she tells me about it in the hotel room and I was like okay like cool like an expensive retreat in the Bahamas sounds like a.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: Perfect business and.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): It was like.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): A true into MARQuIS style of like being like I think I want to invest in a you know, an executive coach should work with me a CEO.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): And, but I had been afraid to ask because it felt really selfish to ask the business to invest in coaching that was just for me, but, but I was like you know.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): As CEO and showing up and coaching and pouring into everybody else I was like I really feel like I need somebody who's like pouring into me.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): So I was like i'll hire an executive coach and then as just said, I, so I reached out to Anna rains and i'm just kind of like researching different coaches.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): Kathleen Cameron is amazing she's somebody i've like had my eye on who does incredible work with manifestation and she's a really powerful very authentic person.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): And so I reached out to Anna and i'm like.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): All right, like what a what a kathleen's programs look like you know she's got like some six months programs and there's like a group they're like group programs with a call once a week, which I really was looking for something one on one, but I figured i'd ask like.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): What does it look like and Anna was like you know I actually think.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): I don't know that her programs would be as good a fit for you as this retreat this like three day retreat in the Bahamas it's going to be amazing Kathleen is going to be there again her energy you'll have these breakthroughs.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): And so, like when, for me, hiring an executive coach to me like telling jess and my wife like I think i'm going to go to the Bahamas and then being like what.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: Are you talking about so we're like walking through

    • 30 min
    Nervous System Dysregulation and Partnership Breakthroughs

    Nervous System Dysregulation and Partnership Breakthroughs

    In this episode, we nerd out on all things nervous system! We share more about nervous system co-regulation and how actually dysregulating each other’s nervous systems was the key to experiencing a quantum leap of personal growth.
     
    Links mentioned: 
     
    Elisabeth’s previous podcast appearances on our show: 
     
    Applied Neurology: https://interviewconnections.com/elisabeth/
    Leadership and the Nervous System: https://interviewconnections.com/leadership-the-nervous-system/
     
    Audio Transcript: 
     
    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): On this episode, we are going to be nurturing out on the nervous system and on some really deep work that dustin I have been doing together.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): And then, with the help of Elizabeth Christoph who is our nervous system angel and the incredible breakthroughs that that work has really made available.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: yeah I have learned, I mean i'm embarrassed to say I really didn't know what the nervous system was until like a year or year and a half ago, I mean, I guess, I had heard the phrase, but I really didn't understand it.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: and Elizabeth has been on this podcast I think three times I interviewed her a couple of years ago, so definitely will link to these episodes in the show notes, so you can can listen she's been on marquees panels leadership and the nervous system panels.
     
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    Jessica Rhodes: And i've just learned so much about the nervous system and it's helps me like experience the biggest breakthroughs i've ever had.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): yeah, and the reason that elizabeth's work and she's legit she has been featured in forbes she's like we're clearly obsessed with her.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): We feature her every possible opportunity we both personally work with her, we have coaching clients work with her when they have something they need to process through their nervous system, like the level of.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): Our trust in her and our love of her is like very, very high, because we don't take that lightly, who we work with and also who we send our clients to.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): So what I love about elizabeth's work is I think there's such a huge focus in the personal development space on these mindset emotional energetic up levels.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): And I love them they're amazing like I love them i've had so many like mindset and your feelings and your emotional guidance system, all that stuff is so real and so important.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): And also, I felt that I personally and i've observed other people kind of hit a ceiling on how far I could go with just mindset and emotion and energy.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): And I really wasn't sure why until I learned more about the nervous system and the work that Elizabeth doing.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): And realizing that my mind my energy my spirit was like leveling up like crazy, but no one had talked to my body about what we were doing and that resulted in.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): Yes, migraines exhaustion fatigue, but also in me sort of like getting up to the ledge of doing this thing that I knew I should do in this leap of faith.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): And backing off because the discomfort in my body was so intense.
     
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    Margy Feldhuhn (she/her): I felt like I couldn't handle it, whether that was like you know super tight in the chest like shaking hands shaking voice like i

    • 26 min
    The Power of Stepping Into the Role That’s Right For You

    The Power of Stepping Into the Role That’s Right For You

    In this episode, we share more about the journey of stepping into the roles that are right for us in our company and how stepping into the role that is right for you brings so much alignment and self-expression into your life.  Resources mentioned: https://interviewconnections.com/is-it-time-to-demote-yourself/  
     

    • 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
67 Ratings

67 Ratings

dr.l.carol ,

Fantastic host!

Jessica is a terrific show host, asking just the right questions!

Alexandra Stockwell ,

Amazing interviewing

It was an honor to be interviewed by Jessica! She invented podcast booking and has been in the business since the beginning. She’s also an amazing interviewer. Her questions. Her segues. Her calm and interested pace. I loved our conversation content, but my biggest takeaway is experiencing her brilliant interview skills.

samcomparone ,

not valuable to me

It seems like the purpose of the show is to highlight the company’s “achievements” to entice people with $$ to work with them. In my opinion, it’s basic info that’s almost common sense as a biz owner.