How To Start A Podcast With Lisa Mustard
Happy New Year! Are you excited for 2020? I want to wish a happy and healthy new year.
So much has happened for me in one year and as I reflect on where I am today vs. where I was one year ago, I realize just how far I have come. In January 2019 I began getting the nuts and bolts together of this podcast and have learned a ton along the way.
And in this episode, I’m sharing my podcast journey process plus if you’re thinking about starting a podcast, I give a few tips and ideas that may shorten your learning curve.
Also, if you’re a licensed mental health clinician and you’re looking for podcast guest opportunities, I have created The Talk Therapist Lounge over on Facebook. Or if you’re a podcast host and you’re wanting to bring seasoned and experienced licensed talk therapists onto your show, come join us as well! The group is starting to fill up with knowledgeable clinicians who can share their expertise with your listeners. Join the group herehttps://www.facebook.com/groups/talktherapypodcast/.
Need continuing education contact hours? 4 of my podcourses are now approved for credit. And I’m giving you your first one for FREE! Head to my site and sign up for a free podcourse. I’ll email you a code you can enter at checkout to get your first podcourse at no charge. Listen anytime, anywhere and when you’re ready, take the self study quiz, pass it, and download your certificate of completion. More podcourses are on their way.
Thank you to my sponsor Zyia Active. Want to be more comfortable while sitting on the couch? I sure did and I went looking for pants and tops that were soft, wrinkle resistant and would match just about anything I already had in my closet. And now Zyia Active makes up about 80% of my wardrobe...want to learn more? Head to lisamustard.com and click on the activewear tab. Don’t think this is just for women..they have mens’ and kids’ clothes too..our family is loving the quality and I love the price tags! So head over to my site to check it all out.
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Book mentioned in episode: What Do You Do With An Idea by Kobi Yamada