GFY 058: The Secrets to Creating a Killer Podcast

Podcast – Go Fire Yourself show

Summary: Interview with Jeff Brown ( When I originally started podcasting, I didn’t know what the hell I was doing (don’t tell anyone). I took the “fake it ’til you make it” approach, which isn’t terrible, but not necessarily ideal if you want to hit the ground running. Lucky for you, you don’t have to take my same haphazard approach because on this episode of GFY, I’m interview Jeff Brown. Jeff is an award-winning, 26-year radio industry veteran and podcasting guru.  He’s the founder of the recent podcast, Read to Lead in which he interviews authors of personal development, leadership, business, marketing and entrepreneurship books. He’s seen from personal experience how intentional and consistent reading can play an integral part in honing one’s leadership skills and aide greatly in advancing one’s personal growth and has brought his insights to the world through his popular podcast. Jeff’s joining me on the show to talk about his experience transitioning out of day job and creating a thriving podcast that’s on iTunes’ “What’s Hot” list. And he’s going to be sharing priceless tips on how to improve your own podcast to engage your customers and build your audience. So if you’re thinking about launching a podcast or if you already have a podcast and you’re in need of more listeners, don’t miss this episode! Tweet this: Listening to the Go Fire Yourself Podcast w/ @laurelstaples right now! Cool stuff mentioned in this episode: Read to Lead Podcast Brown Knows Click to Tweet Start with Why by Simon Sinek Michael Hyatt “This is Your Life” Did this podcast rock your world?   If you liked this podcast, leave a review on iTunes!! You will be immediately showered in gold and diamonds and all things sparkly. Visit to check out the iTunes page. Plus…sharing this episode on social media will undoubtedly add to the glitter fest. Satisfaction is guaranteed. The post GFY 058: The Secrets to Creating a Killer Podcast appeared first on Go Fire Yourself.