In today’s episode of Rock Your Mic Right, Karly talks about the 3 pillars of podcasting. Today, she is explaining what the 3 pillars of podcasting are and she is sharing the first one with us – honour yourself.
02:36 – Karly is explaining the 3 pillars of podcasting
04:37 – Know the way you work and honor the way you work best
05:54 – Honour your schedule and be committed to whatever schedule you chose
08:50 – Honouring your flow or your creativity
12:53 – Honour your truth and be brave enough to put your thoughts into the world
14:45 – Know what you want
In this episode of Rock Your Mic Right, Karly is talking about growing your audience by being a podcast advocate. She encourages us to talk with people who are not podcast listeners and try to convert them into podcast listeners.
01:23 – Karly shares stats about how many people are familiar with podcasting and how many people listen to podcasts
03:50 – If people say that they never listened to a podcast, we should ask why and try to help
04:45 – Karly shares reasons why non listeners don't listen to podcast
06:35 – We don't have to create time to listen to podcasts, we can use the time we already have
08:50 – We should spend a little time on converting those who aren't already podcast listeners into podcast listeners
Today in Rock Your Mic Right, Karly talks about cultivating a better relationship with creativity. She talks about consistency and lack of inspiration and she is also giving us advices on how to deal with these problems.
02:00 – We need to almost train creativity in the way that we work best
04:25 – There is always something more that we can create
05:00 – Sometimes we avoid the things that we know that we love
07:07 – We have to create the conditions that allow flow to find us
11:02 – See where inspiration takes you and have more open relationship with creativity
In today’s episode of Rock Your Mic Right, Karly shares 5 lessons from 250 episodes of Karlosophies. After 5 years of consistency, she shares the most important lessons that she learned about podcasting.
02:42 – We all start somewhere and we don't need to have our shit together
04:53 – We never know where speaking our truth is going to lead us
06:10 – Trust is more important than marketing
07:00 – We are all looking for clever tactics and we are not considering podcast behavior
08:10 – You never know who is listening
11:09 – Growth is rarely comfortable
14:09 – Podcasting requires us to be committed
Today in Rock Your Mic Right, Karly talks about a way to be a better interviewer. She shares her stories and her experiences while also giving us a lot of tips and advices in how to improve the interviews.
00:15 – What makes a good interviewer
01:28 – What makes a really great interview
04:05 – The message is the main thing
05:51 – Our willingness to sit in the uncomfortable silence can be a gift to our audience
07:14 – The major part of a good interview happens before the interview even starts
13:59 – The main thing is to be prepared or be present
16:58 – Start with a powerful question
Today in Rock Your Mic Right, Karly talks about how to read a script and not sound like you are reading the script. She shares her story on how she got her skills and became a voiceover artist, and she gives us some useful tips like writing the same way as we speak, listening to ourselves, reading out loud and many other ways to improve our skills.
00:15 – To script or not to script and how to read and sound like you are not reading
02:45 – Honor your style and think about how you best work
06:58 – Karly talks about radio and how she got the skills that she is still using today
09:09 – When you’re writing a radio ad copy, you are writing it for speech
11:44 – How to read without sounding like you are reading
15:20 – Make sure to became aware of speech patterns
17:00 – We need to have energy while we are reading
Today in Rock Your Mic Right, Karly talks about how there is no quick path to success. She is asking us not to think about rapid growth, but instead to try and focus on quality of our content. She is reminding us that getting people to listen to our podcast is not important as making those people stick around.