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As a Podcast Launch Consultant, I know how powerful podcasts are as a lead generation tool for a coaching or consulting business. That's why I'm giving you my top tips and tactics for starting a podcast that will help you build a bond of trust with your ideal clients, so they'll want to hire you immediately. Whether you've just launched your business, or you’re already established and looking for new ways to increase your leads, you've come to the right place!

Podcasting for Coaches‪™‬ Britany Felix

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 26 Ratings

As a Podcast Launch Consultant, I know how powerful podcasts are as a lead generation tool for a coaching or consulting business. That's why I'm giving you my top tips and tactics for starting a podcast that will help you build a bond of trust with your ideal clients, so they'll want to hire you immediately. Whether you've just launched your business, or you’re already established and looking for new ways to increase your leads, you've come to the right place!

    I'm Still Here ... An Update on the Podcast and Business

    I'm Still Here ... An Update on the Podcast and Business

    In this quick episode, I provide an update on both this podcast and my business. I also explain the shady reason behind why I'm specifically posting this update when I am.
     
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    One-on-one podcast launch packages Self-paced online course for launching your podcast Podcast auditing (Ideal if you're getting ready to launch and want an expert's eyes on everything first or if you've already launched and you want advice on how to improve your show.) Podcast self-audit online course Podcast editing (Let me take care of the time-consuming post-production aspects of your show.)

    • 3 min
    REPLAY: Prepping Your Podcast for a New Year

    REPLAY: Prepping Your Podcast for a New Year

    "If you want your podcast and your business to work hand-in-hand, you have to start thinking about them as the same thing and not separate things."
    As you wrap up one year and plan your goals for the next one, don't forget about your podcast.
    I see far too many podcasters who aren't intentional with the content they're putting our and the products or services they're promoting on their show.
    In this episode, I'm explaining exactly how you can prep your podcast for new year so that you always know exactly what you're promoting and what your content should be centered around.
     
    Note: This will be my final episode of 2020. I'll be returning with a new episode on February 2nd, 2022.
     
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    One-on-one podcast launch packages Self-paced online course for launching your podcast Podcast auditing (Ideal if you're getting ready to launch and want an expert's eyes on everything first or if you've already launched and you want advice on how to improve your show.) Podcast self-audit course Podcast editing (let me take care of the time-consuming post-production aspects of your show)

    • 13 min
    Using a Podcast Booking Agency to Grow Your Business and Podcast with Margy Feldhuhn

    Using a Podcast Booking Agency to Grow Your Business and Podcast with Margy Feldhuhn

    Margy Feldhuhn is a podcast host and the co-owner and CEO of Interview Connections, the first and leading podcast booking agency. She and her business partner lead an in-house staff of over 25 full-time employees in their (now virtual) Rhode Island office, and have successfully scaled the agency to multiple 7 figures.
    Since 2013, Interview Connections has been booking successful entrepreneurs as guests on podcasts and providing them strategy and coaching to monetize their guest appearances. They currently represent over 250 business owners.
    In addition to being an entrepreneur, Margy is also an animal rescue advocate and personal development enthusiast. With her podcast, “We Get It, Your Dad Died,” Margy uses her own experience of losing her dad to suicide to transform the conversation around grief and show the joy that is possible on the other side of loss. Her show won First Prize in the Best Podcast category of the 2021 Rhode Island International Film Festival.
    In this episode, we chat about how their clients utilize podcast guest appearances for their businesses and podcasts, how Interview Connections was created, how many shows they have to pitch to get four podcast guests appearances per month for their clients, why they typically target “mid-range” shows for their clients rather than shows with massive audiences, the criteria they look for when finding podcasts to pitch, why don’t ask podcasts hosts for their download numbers before deciding whether or not to pitch to them, and more.
     
    IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Margy and her co-owner will be hosting a free podcast guesting masterclass December 13-17th. Click here to register with my special affiliate link.
     
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    • 19 min
    Energetically Aligning with Your Podcast with Emily K Thomas

    Energetically Aligning with Your Podcast with Emily K Thomas

    Emily K Thomas is an energetic advisor and founder of Aligned Energetics. In her work, she advises high-performance entrepreneurs to lead with conviction & hire, launch, and scale with complete confidence. She’s passionate about helping her clients harness the power of their unique energetic framework to mitigate risk and achieve their financial intentions. She is the host of the Live Your Light Podcast and the founder and designer of Sundari Swim, an eco-conscious, body-love swimwear brand and her mission is to help entrepreneurs build a business that fuels their lifestyle.
    In this episode, we chat about what the term “aligned energetic” means, how being energetically aligned can help with making decisions for your podcast, how it’s okay to break from the typical format when it comes to your podcast, the changes she made to her own podcast once she started focusing on aligned energetics, the importance of being selective with your podcast guests, why she requires all of her guests to do a “connection call” with her before being on her show, how she handles it if the connection call makes it clear the guest isn’t energetically aligned with her podcast, her advice for energetically aligning with your podcast, and more.
     
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    One-on-one podcast launch packages Self-paced online course for launching your podcast Podcast auditing (Ideal if you're getting ready to launch and want an expert's eyes on everything first or if you've already launched and you want advice on how to improve your show.) Podcast self-audit online course Podcast editing (Let me take care of the time-consuming post-production aspects of your show.)

    • 21 min
    Podcast Episode Ideas for When You Feel Stuck

    Podcast Episode Ideas for When You Feel Stuck

    Years Podcasting: Nearly six
    Total Podcasts Hosted: Four
    Total Episodes Released: Over 400
    If you think in all that time I’ve never hit a content idea block, you’re very wrong.
    But one good thing to come from all that podcasting, and helping podcasters like you with their shows for the past 5+ years, is that I’ve picked up a trick or two to help get past those blocks.
    In this episode, I’m sharing some of my go-to podcast episode topics and ideas so you can have them ready the next time you’re feeling a little blocked when trying to plan out the content for your own podcast.
     
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    One-on-one podcast launch packages Self-paced course for launching your podcast Podcast auditing (Ideal if you're getting ready to launch and want an expert's eyes on everything first or if you've already launched and you want advice on how to improve your show.) Self-paced course for auditing your own podcast Podcast editing (Let me take care of the time-consuming post-production aspects of your show.)

    • 13 min
    Overcoming Your Podcasting Fears

    Overcoming Your Podcasting Fears

    Over the past several years of helping coaches and consultants just like you with their podcast launches, I've noticed some common blocks, anxieties, and fears that come up frequently during that process. It's those fears that I want to discuss today to hopefully help you overcome if you're experiencing any of them yourself.
    The fears/anxieties mentioned in this episode:
    Feeling overwhelmed or intimidated by the process and/or technology to the point where it stops you from getting started Thinking everything needs to be absolutely perfect before you can officially launch the show (sometimes presents itself as making constant changes/tweaks or not being able to commit to certain decisions) Worrying that no one will even listen to the show Worrying that it will be a waste of time and/or money Being afraid of getting negative reviews or feedback Worrying that you won't be able to find enough guests to keep the show going  
    To learn more about the resources mentioned in this episode, visit the show notes.
     
    Want to make sure you don't miss out on future podcasting industry updates, new tools, or my recommendation changes? Join the Podcasting Insiders Club today!
     
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    Want to work together? Here's how we can do that!
    One-on-one podcast launch packages Self-paced course for launching your podcast Podcast auditing (Ideal if you're getting ready to launch and want an expert's eyes on everything first or if you've already launched and you want advice on how to improve your show.) Self-paced course for auditing your own podcast Podcast editing (Let me take care of the time-consuming post-production aspects of your show.)

    • 17 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

SteveStewartMe ,

Britany has nailed her niche

This show is great at providing helpful tips to people who want to start a podcast - but what I love most about it is Britany has honed on on her niche. She's right on target.

I love it when people stick to what they are best at - or most passionate about.

Go Britany!

The Sean Hulk ,

Great Resource for ANY Podcaster

I’ve been a podcast her for over two years, and I don’t podcast for business but Britany’s podcast has helped me so much in learning, understanding, and producing a podcast. This is definitely a must listen to if you are thinking about starting one or wanting to learn more about how to improve your techniques.

FlameRetardant ,

Tells it like it is

The main reason behind coaches fizzling out on their podcast is they don’t have realistic expectations going in. Britany tells it like it is, and is both encouraging and honest. Podcasting is not easy, but it can be a fantastic platform for your coaching or consulting business, as long as you learn from people who have experience and skill. I recommend this podcast to any of my coaching pals who are considering adding a podcast to their marketing strategy.

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