Jared Easley is the co-founder of Podcast Movement, the first of its kind, podcasters-only, national conference. In fact, the very first edition of the conference took place just a few weeks ago.
He is the president of PodMov University, a membership site that grew out of the conference and is designed to provide community-based learning from podcast experts.
He is the creator and host of Starve the Doubts, a podcast about overcoming self-doubt and managing your fears. And, he is the author of the new book Podcasting Good to Great: How to Grow Your Audience Through Collaboration.
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In today’s episode, Jared will help you understand:
- Why you should seriously consider launching a podcast
- How you can leverage a podcast to achieve your Big Hairy Audacious Goals
- Where generosity and authenticity rank in the networking hierarchy
- And much more!
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Jared’s New Book
You can order your copy of Podcasting Good to Great: How to Grow Your Audience Through Collaboration right now.
Books Jared Recommends
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey
How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie
Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers
Jared Easley Resources
The best place to find out more about Jared is at Starve the Doubts.
Follow Jared on Twitter…@JaredEasley.
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