The One Minute How-To is your podcast. Each episode features someone just like you who explains how to do something. The catch is that the participant is only given 60 seconds. This means that they need to get right to the point, but isn't that a good thing?
Item #549 - How To Memorize A One Person Show
Kathy Curtin explains the process she established for memorizing an 11,000 word one person play.
Item #548 - How To Go Pro With An Entry Level DSLR
Chris Marquardt explains why you can become a professional photographer with entry level equipment.
Item #547 - How To Do Better Email Marketing
Chris Brogan offers several tips to take into consideration when marketing via email.
Item #546 - How To Buy An Exchange-Traded Fund
Gail Bebee explains how to go about purchasing an ETF.
Item #545 - How To Recycle Business Cards
Paris Love explains how you can use those extra business cards, instead of throwing them out.
Item #544 - How To Find The Right Editor, Publisher, And Book Designer
Patrika Vaughn explains some of the things to watch out for during the publishing process.
Something for Everyone
This show rocks. Not every topic will be useful to you, but you'll be surprised by how many will be. The podcaster's formula is simple.
Find an expert, have that expert summarize a topic in their realm of expertise, and have them publicize their book, website, podcast, etc. Contrary to another reviewer, this can be helpfull if you want more instruction than just one minute or info on a related topic.
My favorite podcast!
I really enjoy this podcast. I love the variety of topics that George covers too. As another reviewer said, there are topics that you didn't even know you wanted to learn more about until you listen! IF I had to give one constructive criticism, its to only allow a person to do one "how to." There are a couple of topics that all use the same 'author.' (i.e. decluttering) and it tends to be the same information in my opinion.
Great job George!
I feel that my time is very valuable and am always interested in getting the most for every minute. With that I was very interested in a one-minute how to...The problem is that this "one minute" is often five minutes. I have yet to listen to an actual one minute podcast, which is disappointing.