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Listeners to Leads, hosted by Alesia Galati, teaches new and aspiring podcasters how to use their podcasts to grow their business. Alesia uses her experience as the owner of Galati Media, a full-service podcast management company, to help business owners get leads, land speaking gigs, and create deeper connections with their audiences through their podcasts. Alesia and her guests will discuss everything from launching a podcast to marketing a podcast. Learn more about Alesia and Listeners to ...
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Successful Podcasting Unlocked answers all your podcasting questions in under ten minutes. Alesia uses her experience as the owner of Galati Media, a full-service podcast management company, to help business owners get leads, land speaking gigs, and create deeper connections with their audiences through their podcasts. In these episodes, Alesia answers every podcasting question, from how to grow your audience to which podcasting equipment to use and so much more.
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Karen Kenney is a certified Spiritual Mentor, Writer, Hypnotist, Change Worker and Life Coach. She’s known for her dynamic storytelling, her sense of humor, her Boston accent and her no-bullshit approach to Spirituality and transformational work. She’s been a yoga teacher for 24+ years, is a Certified Gateless Writing Instructor, and is also an author, speaker, retreat leader and the host of The Karen Kenney Show podcast. A curious human being, life-long learner and an entrepreneur for 20+ y ...
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Welcome to the Magnetic Business Accelerator™Podcast, where Jocelyn helps ambitious service-based entrepreneurs and executives fast-track their business's success by managing their mindset without feeling salesy or working more hours. Jocelyn is a Business Growth Coach, Corporate Trainer, Professional Speaker, Multi-Award Winner and Four-Time #1 International Best Selling Author. She envisions a world where selling is a joy, not a chore. Where executives and entrepreneurs effortlessly promot ...
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If you’re considering starting a podcast but are skeptical that the market is too saturated, you have nothing to worry about. You haven’t missed the boat. Data shows us that while there are millions of podcasts out there, only a small percentage are actively creating content, leaving room for new podcasts to emerge. This week, episode 21 of Success…
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Podcasting and public speaking can feel like they are very different worlds, but they’re really just two different methods of sharing your voice and message with the world. Because of this, many people, Antoniette Roze and myself included, think that you should do both to maximize your opportunities to grow and connect with your audience. Antoniett…
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If you have over 25 podcast episodes, and especially if your podcast content is evergreen, you should be repurposing past episodes. This practice helps you maximize the value and reach of your podcast and enables you to remain consistent online without having to physically show up. This week, episode 20 of Successful Podcasting Unlocked answers the…
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One of the things that I’ve noticed about myself, and others like me, is a pattern of hyper-independence and self-reliance. These traits aren’t uncommon in people with some trauma in their history. And whether they truly couldn’t rely on others, or felt like they had to figure things out all on their own, this belief can set people up with a habit …
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As podcasters, we tend to think about our craft as an audio-based product. But we’ve all seen the rise in video content over the last few years, and that’s not going anywhere any time soon. How do we embrace video content as podcasters, especially those of us who are less comfortable on camera? Atiba De Souza, the Content Superman, is here this wee…
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Admittedly, I am not good at naming things out of the blue, BUT when it comes to podcast titles, you know exactly what to expect with my shows. This week, episode 19 of Successful Podcasting Unlocked answers the question: How important is a podcast name? Have your own podcast questions? Head to SuccessfulPodcastingUnlocked.com to share them with us…
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I’m sure we’ve all been in a situation before where there was something that we wanted or needed to do, but our fear was so great that it kept us from taking action. Today on The Karen Kenney Show, we’re talking all about courage. We’ll discuss the four components of courage, what we often get wrong about fear, and the importance of having a suppor…
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When most podcasts don’t make it to 25 episodes, it can be shocking to see that someone has over 1600 podcast episodes under their belt. While there’s no silver bullet or secret sauce to achieve instant success, Alan Lazaros has learned a thing or two about podcasting with his years of experience. He joins us this week to share what he has learned …
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If you’ve ever edited a podcast episode before, you know how time-consuming it can be. That’s why I wanted to share some things you can do and tools you can leverage to cut down on some of that time spent editing. This week, episode 18 of Successful Podcasting Unlocked answers the question: Why does editing a podcast take so long? Have your own pod…
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I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase before, “Giving someone the benefit of the doubt.” The dictionary says, “the benefit of the doubt” is the state of accepting something or someone as honest or deserving of trust, even though there are doubts. Today on The Karen Kenney Show, we’re talking about how we often think that giving the benefit of the doubt …
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Podcasting can feel like a lonely venture when first starting out, when you’re doing everything yourself and worrying about whether or not the statistics you’re seeing are “normal”. Finding a podcast network that aligns with your mission and values allows you to collaborate with other podcasters, grow your audience, and feel a little less like an i…
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You’ve probably heard the saying, ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’ and while we know we shouldn’t the reality is people do judge books and podcasts by their covers. With so many people starting podcasts, it is so important for us to use every tool available to grab and hold our listener’s attention and podcast artwork is the first step in doing th…
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I bet most of us can agree that we don't like feeling like “we're the problem” or that we might be letting someone down. When we make plans to meet up, or attend something together with someone else, or as in my story today, plan an event and then... life unexpectedly happens, the situation changes, and we have to cancel on them. UGH! It can be suc…
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Podcasting has a way of bringing together like-minded people and creating tight knit communities. While beneficial in a lot of ways, that feeling of connectedness can do incredible things for people’s mental health. Donald Dunn is using his platform to support veterans in their civilian life after service, including sharing how podcasting can be th…
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With the rise of AI, we are seeing more and more podcasting platforms and tools offer AI features. But how can we leverage these tools to be efficient with our podcast creation while also intentionally keeping our authentic voice? This week, episode 16 of Successful Podcasting Unlocked answers the question: How can I ethically use AI as a podcaster…
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I often say, “Humans love to put other people up on a pedestal of praise and then move them over to the cross of crucifixion when they see their humanity.” Today on The Karen Kenney Show, we’re talking about how people like to build others up onto a pedestal of praise and then when they eventually discover that other person’s humanness, weaknesses …
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With so many opinions out there on the “correct” way to market your podcast, it’s no wonder myths can take hold and gain traction quickly. Today, I’m busting 6 common myths about podcast marketing that might be keeping you from seeing the results you want with both your podcast and your business. This week, episode 147 of Listeners to Leads is abou…
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As a podcaster, you know how much work goes into creating just one episode. So when a guest comes to you asking for their episode to be taken down, this can feel frustrating. This week, episode 15 of Successful Podcasting Unlocked answers the question: My guest wants me to take down their episode, what should I do? Have your own podcast questions? …
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It can be wicked easy to get attached to the idea that relationships are supposed to last forever – and that people and how we relate to one another are supposed to stay the same. This notion gets reinforced in our minds, because our brains really like familiarity and don’t particularly love change. When it comes to human beings and relationships -…
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As a podcaster and content creator, staying consistently creative while keeping your audience engaged can feel like a constant challenge. But the one-size-fits-all approach is losing its appeal, and Karyn Paige thinks Human Design is the response that will help everyone find strategies that work for them. This week, episode 146 of Listeners to Lead…
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If you have been podcasting for any amount of time, you know that it takes a lot of heart and excitement to consistently create content. But how do you know when it’s time to throw in the towel? This week, episode 14 of Successful Podcasting Unlocked answers the question: How do I know if it’s time to stop podcasting? Have your own podcast question…
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From the childhood trauma of living through a cult-like experience, to now being married with 2 kids and running her own successful Podcast Management Company... This week’s guest is an inspiration for just how possible it is to get out, start out and eventually stand out in life and business! Today on The Karen Kenney Show, we’re talking to my gue…
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As entrepreneurs, especially those of us juggling multiple roles, it's easy to get overwhelmed by the daily tasks and minutiae of running a business. We rely on our memory to keep track of everything, which often leads to missed opportunities and wasted time chasing down details. This is especially true when it comes to keeping track of what podcas…
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If you’ve been podcasting for a little while and feeling that it’s time to make a change you might find yourself considering a podcast rebrand. But depending on the evolution of your content and your audience, you may also consider if a simple refresh could do the trick or if it’s time to restart with a completely new podcast. So how do you know wh…
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In the world today, you just can’t be on the internet and more specifically, on social media, and not see the way that people try to come for one another. There’s so many people with going around spewing their mean, hateful and ignorant comments all over everyone and everything. Today on The Karen Kenney Show, we’re talking about the cheap shots th…
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Everyone loves a good story, right? That’s what we should be doing as podcasters: telling engaging stories that connect us with and help us build rapport with our audience. But many people have been tricked into believing that their lives aren’t interesting enough or they haven’t done anything ‘worth’ talking about. That’s simply not true. Karen Ke…
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If you’ve been creating content for any amount of time, you’ve likely heard the phrase, “content is king” and further, “if content is king, consistency is queen.” I would like to take that a step further and say that your capacity is the key to how consistently you’re producing content. This week, episode 12 of Successful Podcasting Unlocked answer…
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When we’re trying to create good, new, positive, or helpful things in the world - we sometimes find it hard to remain consistent and keep the momentum going. We might find ourselves in a pattern of starting and stopping again and again and again - which can lead to frustration and feelings of failure. Today on The Karen Kenney Show, we’re flipping …
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We all have busy lives, and it can feel difficult to find time to accomplish all of your podcasting and business goals while still spending time with your family, maintaining a social life, and taking care of yourself. Structure and consistency are two key elements to maintaining a balance that allows you to achieve success with your podcast and in…
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One of the #1 ways to quickly and efficiently grow your show is to be a guest on other people’s podcasts. But pitching yourself as a guest takes more effort than sending out a copy-and-paste e-mail template and hoping for the best. To successfully pitch yourself you need to avoid 4 major mistakes that make podcasters skip over your pitch. This week…
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Love isn't just reserved for romantic, sexual, or intimate relationships. Love is all around us and one of the most powerful things you can do is learn to love yourself. I'm not talking in some big grandiose, egocentric way, where you decide you are “special”. I’m talking about truly learning how to be in relationship with yourself - with both your…
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When you hear the phrase “networking event”, do you get excited? Or are you one of many people who get nervous at the thought of having to walk through a building full of strangers and create small talk because you know making connections is good for your business? Whichever group you’re in, Swire Ho has networking tips for you! While make take the…
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We have found that people usually have 1 out of 4 main podcasting goals. One of these goals tends to be audience engagement which means that your listeners are actively connecting to and interacting with the content you put out. This week, episode 10 of Successful Podcasting Unlocked answers the question: How do I know if my podcast is engaging? Ha…
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If we think, say, feel, believe or do something enough times - it creates a habitual well-worn groove within our subconscious mind. And if we get into a groove - that is no longer groovy, we can create a well-worn path that can easily become a rut that we feel stuck in. Today on The Karen Kenney Show, we’re talking about getting stuck in these ways…
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According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 1.3 billion people around the world currently experience a significant disability. As more clarity and information around how disabilities affect people and as technology progresses, we are more equipped now than ever to improve accessibility and inclusiveness in our media to reach wider audi…
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If you’ve ever had a guest on your podcast that you were so excited to share with your audience as well as tap into their audience and the guest didn’t share their episode, you know how frustrating that can be. The solution is as simple as providing your guests with a few key elements that make it quick and easy for them to promote their episode. T…
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“There are no mistakes, only happy little accidents” is a famous line by beloved artist, painter, teacher and TV personality, Bob Ross. But when I was watching him the other day, he stopped me in my tracks with this other golden gem of wisdom - “Learn to work with what happens.” WOAH!!! These 6 powerful words are not only applicable for the painter…
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Optimizing your content for search engines can feel extremely overwhelming, especially if you have no experience with things like keyword research and strategically linking content. But getting started with SEO strategy does not have to be complicated, and Lauren Gaggioli, SEO expert and course creator, is here today to show us that a little bit of…
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