You may have heard that hosting a podcast can expand your expertise, but it seems like a heavy lift for your already busy business.
Or maybe you’re afraid of the microphone, technology, and everything you think comes with podcasting.
The truth is: you CAN do it! My guest, Podcast Strategist Wren Robbins, will teach you the simplicity of starting your show, and guide you through getting it off the ground without winging it (PS, her show is named Don’t Wing It).
In this episode, Wren shares her story of starting her first podcast (Friends of a Feather), what she learned along the way, and how God used it to prepare her for what He had next for her: surprisingly, starting a business around helping women start their own shows. I trust Wren so much, I hired her to help me rework my show strategy and rebrand to Redefining Hustle: Pursuing Success as a Christian Woman.
Wren Robbins is a fun-loving wife, mom, and seasoned award-winning podcaster. Wren has a lovable personality and when she coaches you, you feel like you are talking to your best friend.
Since 2016, Wren has planned, produced, and promoted hundreds of episodes interviewing online influencers, business owners, authors, and speakers. As a former schoolteacher, she uses her God-given skills of teaching in a thorough, simple yet strategic way so that you can use your podcast to make money in your business.
She loves helping business owners launch their podcast with strategy for business growth with creative and easy to follow coaching.
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YOUR CALL TO ACTION
1. Download Wren’s free podcast launch checklist: https://wrenrobbins.com/checklist
2. Download my 4 Keys to Redefine Hustle and use this tool to gain clarity on expanding your expertise: https://erinharrigan.com/4Keys
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