119 episodes

If you are a female christian entrepreneur or coach, you need a podcast. And if you have a podcast, you need a podcast coach. Finding a supportive and empowering community is key to podcast success.

Through my holistic approach as a trained life coach and my experience in the podcast industry since 2016, I want to encourage you weekly through answering your podcasting questions.

You may be asking:
How do you start a podcast?
What equipment do you need to start a podcast?
How do I grow my podcast?
How to plan podcast content?
How do I funnel my podcast listeners into my coaching business?
How do I avoid podfade?

Not only will we talk about these basic podcasting questions, but we will continue to grow together as female Christian entrepreneurs and coaches by talking about these topics:
Dreaming Big with God
Declarations Over Your Podcast
What Does it Look Like to Partner with God in Your Business
Starting with and Finding Your Why
What are Your Values and Why They are Important
Being in Alignment with What God has called you to do


Our purpose with Podcast Coaching for Kingdom Entrepreneurs is to empower aspiring Christian female entrepreneurs with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to launch and grow their podcasts successfully, fostering a transformative journey of being seen, being heard, being known, and making a lasting Kingdom impact.

Podcast Coaching for Kingdom Entrepreneurs with Kristin Fields Chadwick Kristin Fields Chadwick

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 16 Ratings

If you are a female christian entrepreneur or coach, you need a podcast. And if you have a podcast, you need a podcast coach. Finding a supportive and empowering community is key to podcast success.

Through my holistic approach as a trained life coach and my experience in the podcast industry since 2016, I want to encourage you weekly through answering your podcasting questions.

You may be asking:
How do you start a podcast?
What equipment do you need to start a podcast?
How do I grow my podcast?
How to plan podcast content?
How do I funnel my podcast listeners into my coaching business?
How do I avoid podfade?

Not only will we talk about these basic podcasting questions, but we will continue to grow together as female Christian entrepreneurs and coaches by talking about these topics:
Dreaming Big with God
Declarations Over Your Podcast
What Does it Look Like to Partner with God in Your Business
Starting with and Finding Your Why
What are Your Values and Why They are Important
Being in Alignment with What God has called you to do


Our purpose with Podcast Coaching for Kingdom Entrepreneurs is to empower aspiring Christian female entrepreneurs with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to launch and grow their podcasts successfully, fostering a transformative journey of being seen, being heard, being known, and making a lasting Kingdom impact.

    Debunking 3 LinkedIn Myths with Cassandra Thompson [115]

    Debunking 3 LinkedIn Myths with Cassandra Thompson [115]

    Are you avoiding LinkedIn based on myths? LinkedIn might feel like it's not for you and you're not quite sure how to navigate this uncharted territory. However, stepping into new avenues is vital for both your business and podcast growth. In today's episode, dive into LinkedIn with Kristin and Cassandra Thompson, a workplace speaker and trainer, as they uncover the potential of this often overlooked platform.
     
    Listen in as Kristin and Cassandra:
    Unpack the three myths associated with LinkedIn and how they may be holding you back from utilizing its full potential. Encourage listeners to challenge the notion that LinkedIn is reserved solely for job seekers or corporate professionals. Share invaluable insights to help navigate LinkedIn with confidence and purpose. Provide tangible ideas and tools listeners can utilize to elevate their LinkedIn experience.  
    As you consider avenues for podcast and business growth, remember that LinkedIn might be the untapped resource you've been searching for. LinkedIn holds immense potential for connecting, engaging, and growing within a professional and social community. Discover why LinkedIn is not just for professionals but also a valuable space for podcasters to connect, share insights, and expand their audience reach.
     
     
    Download Cassandra’s List of 20 Ideas to Post on LinkedIn here.
    Connect with Cassandra Thompson through her website https://www.cassthompson.com/



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    • 39 min
    Podcast Ratings and Reviews Won't Help You Hit The Charts Directly But....It Can Help You Do This [114]

    Podcast Ratings and Reviews Won't Help You Hit The Charts Directly But....It Can Help You Do This [114]

    Have you ever found yourself wondering if leaving a review or giving a rating to a podcast could propel it to the top of the charts? In today's episode, our host, Kristin, is unraveling this common misconception and shedding light on the true impact of podcast ratings and reviews.
    In today’s episode, Kristin:
    Walks listeners through the process of leaving a rating and review on Apple and Spotify. Shares how podcast ratings alone do not determine a podcast's chart success. While they certainly provide valuable feedback for podcast creators and serve as a measure of audience satisfaction, they don't directly impact a podcast's ranking on the charts. Unpacks the value behind leaving ratings and reviews and their ability to help other listeners discover and engage with new podcasts. Provides podcasters with specific questions they can use to encourage their audience to leave reviews. While podcast ratings and reviews may not directly impact a podcast's chart position, they are still valuable tools for engaging with your audience, building social proof, and improving your podcast over time. So, the next time you enjoy an episode of your favorite podcast, don't hesitate to leave a review or rating.
     
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    • 11 min
    Podcast Advertising 101 with Tracy Hazzard [113]

    Podcast Advertising 101 with Tracy Hazzard [113]

    Monetizing your podcast through advertisements and sponsorships is a tempting avenue, but the burning question lingers – is it the right move for your show? Join Kristin and Tracy, podcast expert for a conversation, where they dissect the core of podcasting, evaluate the true value of advertising, and offer practical guidance to navigate implementing sponsors and advertisements into your podcast. 
     
    Whether you're an experienced podcaster or cautiously stepping into advertising waters, this discussion delivers valuable insights to help you make informed choices while preserving the authentic connection with your audience.
     
    What you’ll hear in today’s episode:
    One key aspect highlighted was the need to weigh the value of advertisements against the essence of the podcast. Is the payment from advertisers worth potentially compromising the authentic connection with the audience? They urged podcasters to consider if the advertising aligns with their podcast's mission and resonates with their listeners. Tracy advocated for an organic approach, suggesting podcasters focus on genuinely reaching people. She recommended taking baby steps and carefully monitoring conversion rates, emphasizing the importance of knowing where the audience is and what resonates with them Tracy encouraged podcasters to explore new avenues, stating, "Find ways to keep up with things you want to try," and emphasized the value of taking one step at a time, allowing for a beautiful and flexible podcasting journey. Tracy encouraged podcasters to embrace a flexible approach, tackling one strategy at a time while remaining receptive to evolving trends and audience preferences.  
    As podcasters navigate the realm of advertisements and sponsorships, Kristin and Tracy's conversation serves as a valuable guide. They encourage podcasters to prioritize the connection with their audience, approach advertising cautiously, and remain open to continuous learning and adaptation. By embracing these principles, podcasters can strike a balance between monetization and preserving the authentic essence of their shows.
     
    Connect with Tracy:
    https://tracyhazzard.com
    Want to Learn More About Podcast Monetization:
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    • 44 min
    When You Feel Like Your Podcast Failed, How to Move Forward with Courtney Elmer [112]

    When You Feel Like Your Podcast Failed, How to Move Forward with Courtney Elmer [112]

    Have you ever found yourself staring at your podcasting equipment, feeling disconnected and disheartened? Perhaps you haven’t hit the record button in weeks, and your podcast now sits on the back burner wondering if your podcast is on the brink of failure?
     
    Kristin welcomes Courtney Elmur, top-ranked podcast host for an encouraging and honest conversation about how feeling discouraged is a natural part of the podcasting journey. Courtney sheds light on the phenomenon known as "podfade" and encourages normalizing conversations around it. She reminds us everyone encounters speed bumps in their journey, and it's essential to understand that success takes as long as it takes. 
     
    What you’ll hear in today’s episode:
     Amid the challenges, Courtney highlights the tenderness towards yourself and the gentleness needed to navigate the sometimes unpredictable nature of the podcasting.  Reflecting on the lessons learned during the setbacks becomes a crucial part of the journey. The importance of understanding your listeners. By identifying their problems on an emotional level, podcasters can communicate more effectively. Courtney guides listeners through turning these feelings into vivid verbal pictures, creating a deeper connection with the audience. Courtney prompts us to base our content on a real person or experience, encouraging us to take the time to think deeply about who our podcast is truly for.  
    In the world of podcasting, challenges are inevitable, but with Courtney Elmer's insights, we can transform discouragement into an opportunity for growth. By embracing the tenderness in our podcasting journey, reflecting on our experiences, and connecting with our audience on a deeper level, we can navigate the path to podcasting success. So, hit that record button with confidence, knowing that every step counts on your podcasting journey.
     
    Follow Courtney on instagram @thecourtneyelmer
    Connect with her at https://www.theeffortlesslife.co/
     
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    • 41 min
    4 Tips to Increase Your Podcast Reach With PR Specialist Whitney Lee [111]

    4 Tips to Increase Your Podcast Reach With PR Specialist Whitney Lee [111]

    Embarking on a podcasting journey can feel like you’re entering an uncharted territory filled with fears and uncertainties. Kristin is joined by Whitney Lee, a PR strategist, to revolutionize and redefine your approach to podcasting. Together, they delve into the intricacies of the podcasting realm, offering insights and strategies to elevate your game.

    We all have fears—judgment, failure, and insecurities. Whitney confronts these head-on, urging you to break free from fears as she shares her own struggles. She challenges you to dig deep, identify your audience, and tailor your content strategically.
     
    What you’ll hear in today’s episode:
    Whitney challenges podcasters to get out of their comfort zones strategically. Whitney’s four game-changing tips to amplify your podcast reach. Kristin and Whitney discuss the importance behind long-form content and how it isn’t just about holding attention; it's about asserting your dominance as an expert. The title of your episode isn't just a label; it's a question that demands an answer within the podcast itself. In a world obsessed with overnight success, Whitney throws a reality check.  
    Podcasting isn't just in the numbers but the journey of self-discovery, perseverance, and the passion of guiding others. With Whitney Lee's guidance, your podcast becomes more than a show; it becomes a testament to perseverance, authenticity, and the thrill of breaking barriers. Just keep going, and let your passion be the fuel that propels you to greatness.  
     
    Quotes from Today’s Episode:
    “We all have internal stories”
    “The only way to get past fear is to go through it”
    “It’s so fun to help the person you once were”
     
    Connect with Whitney
    Visit Whitney’s website
    Listen to True Story Podcast
     
    Resources Mentioned
    Listen Notes App
    Tubebuddy
     
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    • 43 min
    Word of Encouragement- Breathing Through the Growth Process [110]

    Word of Encouragement- Breathing Through the Growth Process [110]

    Experiencing growing pains is a universal aspect of life—those moments where we find ourselves navigating uncharted territories, learning to operate in a different way. Kristin shares a story that resonates with the spirit of every kingdom podcaster, offering a perspective on embracing growth.
    Picture this: You're in the midst of growth, and suddenly, panic sets in. It's that instinctual reaction when faced with a new situation, a challenge, or a shift in the familiar. The natural response is to seek a way out, to escape the discomfort. But what if, instead of fleeing, we learn to breathe through the growth process?
    When we find ourselves sitting in that space of discomfort, it's an opportunity to recognize that this is where the real transformation happens. Trusting God in the midst of the unknown allows us to breathe, breaking free from the instinct to enter a state of fight or flight.
    As kingdom podcasters, we are not exempt from the trials of growth. We, too, face moments of uncertainty and discomfort. But let's encourage one another to breathe through it, to embrace the process, and to find solace in the truth that God is intricately woven into every step of our journey.
     
    Quotes from Today’s Episode:
    “There are times when we will be uncomfortably pushed”
    “Trust that God is in the process”
    “We get to become comfortable with the uncomfortable”
    “The end result is going to be growth”
     
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    • 10 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Anna H. McLaughlin ,

THE podcast for Kingdom women who have a message to share

If you know you have a message to bring to the world (hint: if you’re reading this right now, YES, you do!), you need Kristin talking in your ear! From actionable steps to heart-centered encouragement, she’s got it all for you, with the Holy Spirit right in the middle of it!

AAA-Invests ,

Great ideas and insights for podcast hosts

Listened to 108 & 109 this week and was impressed by Kristin behind the mic.

She’s knows what her listener needs and as a good interviewer she knows how to bring that info out.

Tabitha Cee ,

Such brilliant wisdom!

Kristen really knows her stuff! She gives such fabulous advice- not the generic kind, the kind that really works! She gives tangible tips so you can start taking action today, which is my favorite!

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