Show Notes: newinceptions.com/119
When it comes to podcasting, you can get geek out about equipment and marketing tactics all day long. However, what separates the good from the great is, especially when you have an interview based show, is the content.
When you have an interview based show, this means that you should have a good feel for interviewing.
For me, I've listened to a number of interviewers styles since I first started: Larry King, Tim Ferriss, Cal Fussman, and Lewis Howes are some of the folks that I've tried to emulate.
Another is this session's guest, Michael O'Neal.
According to Michael, when he first started the Solopreneur Podcast, he wasn't sure how to help people get better at interviews. It was just something he was naturally good at. But, over time, he's been able to deconstruct his ability and help hundreds of interviewers get better at their craft.
In this session, we'll learn about what we can expect from his course as well as some new tips he learned recently at Podfest.