In this episode Doug and Alicia discuss:   

  • Taking notes during an interview 
  • Building a community around the guest  
  • Why you might want to separate your company from your podcast 

   

Key Takeaways:   

  • Thoroughly and intently listen to the guest in an interview so you can really respond and summarize the interview 
  • Creating a template allows your community to skip to the summary to decide if they want to listen to the whole episode and it makes it easier to find quotes for social media posts  
  • When you run a podcast, you also have a media company 

   

 ”I look at my guests as coming into my home. So, I want to make sure that I treat them well and what better way to treat someone well, then to let them know that you are really listening and paying attention.” — Alicia Butler Pierrre

  

Connect with Alicia Butler Pierre:  

Website: eqbsystems.com  

Podcast: Business Infrastructure Podcast 

Facebook:  EQBSYSTEMS 

Twitter: EquilibriaInc  

LinkedIn: equilibria-inc. 

YouTube: EquilibriaInc 

  

  

Connect with Doug Sandler:     

Twitter: djdoug    

Facebook: dj.doug.sandler    

Website: turnkeypodcast.com/    

Email: doug@turnkeypodcast.com     

Phone: (410) 340-6861   

Instagram: turnkeypodcast/  

LinkedIn: doug-sandler-1a346649/  

  

   

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