Ep. 106 | What I Learned From Our Summer Lovin’ Series

Aug 29, 2023 | 0 comments

…or How I Spent My Summer Vacation.

For the last five episodes of the podcast, we’ve been sharing new versions of some of our most-downloaded episodes from the past four years. As we come to the end of our Summer Lovin’ series, I am reflecting on what I’ve learned over the past few months.

This summer, I took some time to think about the future direction of the Go Pitch Yourself podcast, so I also share my thoughts around that, alongside some of the trends I’ve been noticing in the podcasting space.

However, if you have a topic around podcast guesting or hosting (or both) that you would like me to cover, reach out to me on LinkedIn @angietrueblood.

What I Learned From Our Summer Lovin’ Series

Topics covered include:

  • How I tend to overcomplicate things – can you relate?!
  • What I noticed about podcast listening and production over the summer months
  • Should it be the podcast guest’s job to grow the host’s show?
  • A personal example about the power and value of connections made through guesting on podcasts
  • Hints of some of our upcoming topics, and how you can get involved

So now you’ve heard some of my ideas for future podcast topics, what did I miss? What is the burning topic that you’d like us to cover? Connect with me on LinkedIn @angietrueblood and let me know.

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Now it’s time for you to get out there and Go Pitch Yourself! Can’t wait to connect again!

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