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Weekly insights for online business builders and small business owners earning a living doing something they care about. We focus on modern business essentials, self employment, motivation, productivity, audience growth, blogging, podcasting, content marketing, work-life balance among other things!

The Fizzle Show fizzle.fm

    • Business
    • 4.8, 578 Ratings

Weekly insights for online business builders and small business owners earning a living doing something they care about. We focus on modern business essentials, self employment, motivation, productivity, audience growth, blogging, podcasting, content marketing, work-life balance among other things!

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
578 Ratings

578 Ratings

ktorres101 ,

Chase, let the guest speak!

I love you, Chase. I’ve listened to the Fizzle Show for maybe three years now, and only recently have you started having guests more often, and maybe it’s because you’re not used to the format, but you keep interrupting your guests and then go on long points! In the episode for parents that published the first week of April, it was really difficult to get into a listening groove, because whenever your guest would start to make a point, you’d jump in and make the point, or a different point, for her.

jiffystiffy ,

I like the show but...

Chase dominating the entire show is killing me. Often times, I don’t think he ever lands his train. At first, I found Chase inspirational but episode after episode, it just gets old. And then out of no where, he talks about how he makes love to his wife and his body takes over and then I’m lost - I thought I was listening to a business podcast. There should be a line where Personal Side Chase stops and Fizzle Chase begins. Chase just talks way too much about himself. Glad to know about you, Chase, but that’s not what I want from the show. Despite all that, I just joined Fizzle and I love it.

The Eardrum ,

I want to like the show more

But Chase talks so much that the episodes take forever to get to the near of it. The community seems like the type I would want to be a part of. However, some constructive feedback would be to rein in the random diatribes.

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