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Podcasting Classes We Took and How They Helped

Podcasting Classes We Took and How They Helped

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1. Podcasting A to Z by Cliff Ravenscraft

cliff ravenscraft joel boggess podcastMeeting Cliff started our FIRST podcasting relaunch :)

In 2011, we went on a cruise organized by Dan Miller. That’s where we met Cliff, his wife and 3 kids. We were already podcasting at the time, but were releasing shows randomly, and didn’t know much about equipment, audio quality, website optimizing… Basically, we were bloggers who occasionally, published some audio content (BTW, we hid those old shows so deep and hope you don’t spend hours digging them out, just to laugh at us).… Show Transcript and More

How to Easily Create Artwork Using Canva

How to Easily Create Artwork Using Canva

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Canva.com has been highly recommended by numerous content creators and social media experts like Mari Smith (She also shared other tips on ReLaunch show). There are many reasons for this popular site:

  • No guess work – they have all the dimensions – for any social media platforms, blog post, podcast, Kindle cover…
  • Endless creative choices and backgrounds
  • You may choose to pay for certain backgrounds, but mostly you can have an artwork done for free!
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Got Nothing to Hide – Humbled by Their Vulnerability

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Joel and I had such a good time last weekend at Podcast Movement conference in Dallas. Besides learning, speaking on a panel, we got to meet so many people face to face.

It started with the keynote from Chris Brogan. As most of you know, well, let me just copy part of his bio “Chris has spoken for or consulted with the biggest brands you know, including Disney, Coke, Google, GM, Microsoft, … Humana Health, Cisco, Sony USA, and many more.Show Transcript and More

Key to Have More in Life

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Dr. Ganz Ferrance, a psychologist and international speaker, did not have the best upbringing. For the longest time, he thought he was not very bright. And, that nagging doubt did not stop, even after he earned all the degrees.

Dr. Ganz later learned to “Accept your little successes – they are evidence you have produced something really good here.… Show Transcript and More