You’ve made our brand new show the #1 business podcast! It get’s even better in part two of the finding your voice conversation.
This episode is the second of a two-part conversation on finding your voice as a writer, video maker, speaker, blogger or anything else.
How can you be yourself and create engaging, memorable and shareable content instead of copying others (and fluffing out boring, tedious ignored work)?
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Repeat: a new… episode… every day… this week. Good stuff coming.
In this second part of the conversation (here’s the first) we explore the topic a bit more before offering a ton of tips and tricks to help you discover your authentic, engaging and easy voice.
A couple interesting tidbits are Chase’s bit on what he calls “chemicals” and how finding your voice is more like eating pie than hitting a baseball. Enticing, isn’t it?
But that’s not even the best part — in this episode you’ll hear Corbett’s killer karaoke skills (and his insane ability to make a late 80’s power woman band land his point for him). Inexcusable. Unmissable.
We also answer a couple great listener questions, one of which inspires an answer from Corbett we all absolutely needed to hear.
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