be a guest on a podcast

Episode 055: Be a Podcast Host

Last week’s challenge!

Last week we had a challenge. Did you do it? We did! I made a plan. Let’s say that I get a disability, like my head gets decapitated and I’m having difficulty doing my job it’s important to have a plan in place. So here’s what I did. I have professional liability and errors and omissions insurance. I got long term disability insurance through The Hartford, where I have my insurance policies. I also have a person who has worked with me as a PM and Operations person. I’ve communicated with her about this plan and in the event that I become incapacitated that she can step-in to help out.

Of course one of the main issues is how to communicate with those when something disastrous occurs. One thing we did recommend and talk about was to create an ICE (In case of emergency) contact.

For Natalie, what she did was to also have disability insurance. Also, ask about how disability insurance calculates your income as well, which was a question that Natalie have.

Also, product idea: Business continuity planning for small business owners. Get on that ish people!

This Weeks Challenge

This weeks challenge is to be a guest on a podcast (or ask for an invite). There are no shortage of podcasts. Podcasts are a great way to get the word out about your products and services and generally who you are as a person. It’s a great way to let people know who you are that you may not have access to.

For a lot of folks, there are people who make use podcast as a marketing strategy. Nathan Hirsch, of Freeeup, came on our show as an example of this strategy at work.

As always, don’t forget to leave us that gushy 5-star review on Apple Podcasts on Apple Podcasts. And remember, kids, keep it simple and most importantly Keep it Doable!

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