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Rockin' New libsyn Podcasts: Social Triggers Insider

This series is all about libsyn's newest podcasters. Its sole purpose is to introduce these awesome podcasts to the world as well as share their podcasting insight to empower the community!


Q & A with Derek Halpern from Social Triggers Insider


When did you start podcasting?

social triggers with derek halpern

I officially launched my podcast Social Triggers Insider during January 2012, and at the time of this writing, February 10th, 2012, more than 26,000 people have listened in.

Why did you start podcasting?

My friend Pat Flynn from Smart Passive Income told me that 20% of his email subscribers said they found him on iTunes first. With data like that, I knew I had to start podcasting.

But that aside, I began Social Triggers Insider with one main goal. You see, in 2012, smart entrepreneurs who want to use the web to attract leads and sales MUST master the fields of human behavior.

So, I created my podcast as a way to help people do just that.

What's your show about?

As I mentioned, smart entrepreneurs who want to thrive in today's overcrowded marketplace MUST master the fields of psychology and human behavior.

So, to help entrepreneurs do just that, I launched a podcast where I would feature world renowned researchers (people who have been published in industry-leading academic journals), New York Times best-selling authors, and professors from top universities.

But here's the best part:

I bring on the psychology experts to share their proven insights, and then I break down that insight into easy to implement action plans that almost anyone can implement.

So, it's not just about theory... it's about giving people clear, step-by-step instructions on how to use proven psychology insights to grow their business, build an email list, and increase online sales.

What's your podcasting set-up? Hardware, software, CMS, etc.

Right now I use a Blue Yeti, Audacity for audio editing, Libsyn for podcast hosting, and that's it. I'm going to be upgrading my Blue Yeti to a Heil PR40, as per Pat Flynn's recommendation though.

How have you promoted your podcast?

Social Triggers is one of the leading marketing blogs, with more than 17,000 RSS readers, and even more email subscribers. So, to promote my podcast I simply announced it to my existing subscriber base. I also used what I call the drafting technique, which is a proven method to getting press.

What do you know now that you wish you knew when you started?

Nothing :-)


For the incredible actionable insight of Social Triggers Insider you must SUBSCRIBE! If you have any questions for Derek you can email news(at)socialtriggers(dot)com.

How about you? Are you ready to podcast your passion? Go ahead and sign-up HERE.

   

Podcasting Luminaries: Mur Lafferty

The amazing and multi-talented Mur Lafferty in addition to podcasting since December 2004 is also a writer, a gamer and martial artist. She infused the podcasting sphere with a je ne sais quoi kind of spunk that only she posesses. She is the co-author of Tricks of the Podcasting Masters as well as currently being the editor of Escape Pod magazine, the host of I Should Be Writing, and the host of the Angry Robot Books Podcast.


mur lafferty podcaster

Fun, Fame or Profit? Why are you doing the show?

All, and in that order. I started for fun, got startled when my shows became popular, and then figured out a way to make some money from it.

Have you found that social media has expanded your listener base/reach? (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google+, etc)

They're vital to spreading the word and building listeners. Twitter most of all.

How has or has podcasting helped create opportunities for you?

Podcasting has allowed me to interview many people in publishing, and that's created networking opportunities that have helped my career greatly.

What advise would you give a new podcaster so that they keep going!

Nothing happens overnight. Stick with it and don't be afraid to send promos to other podcasters for a boost.

If you charge for access to your podcasts or premium, how did your audience react when you started doing this? How did you handle this?

I implemented a premium content system last year, and it's gone fine. no one reacted poorly, and many choose to support the show even if the site has hiccups or I am negligent with posting premium content.


You really should dive into some of Mur's work. Check out The Afterlife Series and ebooks you can get via Amazon.

If you wanna contact Mur you can do so at mightymur(a)gmail(dot)com.


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Rockin' New libsyn Podcasts: Satellite Dish with Justin and Sydnee

This series is all about libsyn's newest podcasters. Its sole purpose is to introduce these awesome podcasts to the world as well as share their podcasting insight to empower the community!


Q & A With Justin of Satellite Dish With Justin and Sydnee


When did you start podcasting?

Since April of 2010, I've had a comedy podcast called My Brother, My Brother and Me (another Libsyn show!). Sydnee and I did a nine-episode series beginning last September called Losing the Sheen where we, two non-Two and a Half Men fans, commented on the show. Our new show, Satellite Dish with Justin and Sydnee, kicked off about a month ago.

Why did you start podcasting?

We used to have goofy little disagreements and post them to the Audioboo service, stuff like "How often should you wash towels?" We called them Point/Counterpoint and they got such a good response from people (and we had such fun doing it) that we just kept looking for new shows to make together. Also: THE MONEY. IN PODCASTING.

What's your show about?

It's a clear-eyed survey of the weekly television landscape by two viewers that are desperately aware of the largely deplorable state of TV but are utterly helpless to resist its charms. There is also drinking.

What's your podcasting set-up?

Hardware, software, CMS, etc. Sydnee tells people "There's a microphone and Justin uses his computer and then later he tells me when to retweet it," but it's a bit more complex. We record straight to SD card on a Zoom H2, which is a great little mic. I edit in Audacity on my Macbook Air and use Levelator to take off some of the rough edges.

How have you promoted your podcast?

The usual, Twitter, Facebook, etc. We also plug it on my other show. Sydnee also told her mom.

What do you know now that you wish you knew when you started?

Sydnee's a physician and she wishes that she'd realized there was a chance her patients or students might listen to it. She would have cut down on the drinking (maybe) and the profanity (definitely). Also, now that we've seen all that TV has to offer, I realize I should have been watching Toddlers and Tiaras from the beginning.


You know you wanna subscribe to Satellite Dish with Justin and Sydnee so DO IT! Y'all should follow @TheSatDish as well.


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New Free iBook on Podcasting!

top computers and internet books for podcasting

Hurrah for an awesome new FREE iBook on Podcasting!

You guys knew about the new iBooks Author app for the Mac that was recently released by Apple right?

Our very own Rob Walch has recently made use of it's functionality and published (as far as we know at the time of this writing) the first iBook on Podcasting made with iBooks Author!

It's doing fantastically well. It's number 1 in the Free Digital Media Sub-Category, number 8 in the Free Computer & Internet Category and it almost hit the top 100 in ALL Free iBooks. Awesome.

You can get it right now for FREE!!!

Yep.

FREE!!!

Get it right HERE.

Here's the thing: It must be downloaded to your computer OR iPad. It does not work on an iPhone or iPod Touch. The reason for this is that it requires iBooks 2 due to the special format that this current app uses.

Podcast 101: Creating and Hosting an Audio Podcast

podcast101 creating and hosting an audio podcast ibook

Here is a list of the table of contents so you can see what is covered in the iBook

  • Creating and Editing and Audio Recording
  • Recording an Interview by Phone
  • Setting up Listener Feedback
  • Levelating the Podcast
  • Encoding the MP3 format
  • Adding ID3 Tags
  • Setting Up The Hosting Service
  • Creating a Feedburner RSS Feed
  • Validating the Feed
  • Submitting the feed to iTunes, Zune, Blackberry and Stitcher
  • Submitting your feed to all the other podcast directories

Pretty comprehensive! So get the FREE iBook HERE.

Have you had a chance to use iBook Author? What are your thoughts?

   

Podcast Luminaries: Evo Terra

What happened on October 14, 2004? Well, Evo Terra started podcasting, with the 40th podcast EVER (according to Podcast Alley). Kinda cool! Since then he's done some pretty awesome things, both as a podcaster and for podcasting. Have you read "Podcasting for Dummies"? Yep. Co-wrote that book. Currently he's co-founder and manager of podiobooks.com. Check out what he has to say.


Fun, Fame or Profit? Why are you doing the show?

Things have changed a lot for me, but fun and fame always take center stage. My voice personally comes and goes in the podosphere, but I'm deeply involved. As the co-founder and manager of Podiobooks.com, I'm helping media-savvy authors find a wider audience by mixing up self-created audio books and podcasting. Some authors credit their success at being a full-time writer to their working with Podiobooks.com. Knowing that makes me feel great!

What is your most memorable feedback from a listener?

There's an email pinned to my wall that I received well over 5 years ago. One of our listeners had just lost his daughter -- a pain I cannot even imagine. He claims to have found great solace by listening to back-episodes of our show. That show is now defunct, and the content certainly wasn't what you might consider inspirational, but it obviously gave him a much needed break from reality.

What has changed the most in your recording setup since you started?

From cheap, to pro, and back to cheap again! The equipment keeps getting better, less expensive and smaller. Give me and SM-58 and a Zoom H4n, and I'm good!

Any notable names of listeners you have heard from over the years?

I once got an email from Wil Wheaton that said "most scifi podcasts suck. Yours does not." That was pretty cool. And then there was Cory Doctorow recommending our show to any author who wanted to get the word out about their book.

What tools on libsyn have you found most helpful in building your brand/podcast?

I really only have ever used Libsyn as a media host. The best friggin' media host on the planet, but that's about it.

Have you found that social media has expanded your listener base/reach? (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google+, etc)

I got in early on the game with Twitter and am doing the same now with Google+. In both cases, I fully engaged. Tons of updates, tons of content, and a near-constant rate of poking at the edges to see how far things could be stretched. Social media engagement is a requirement today, not an option.

What is your workflow: include hardware, software, text editing, and services as necessary

I leave all the work to others. I know the drill (hey, I co-wrote Podcasting for Dummies), but I've always leaned on the hard work of others to do the pieces and parts. Me? I'm voice talent and a high-level concept guy. So my workflow is help figure out what needs to be said, record and excellent show, and then let someone else do the hard work.

Do download numbers matter matter to you? or is audience engagement key?

Numbers always matter, but not always size. I'll take a dozen highly interested listeners over a thousand who don't care any day. But a few million? Well... I might change my mind then.

How has or has podcasting helped create opportunities for you?

Wow. In every way possible. I landed me the gig writing Podcasting for Dummies. It's let me develop a strong professional speaking portfolio. It's helped me establish relationships and friendships with super-smart people. And it's given me enough personal klout to knock elbows with the best of 'em.

What advise would you give a new podcaster so that they keep going!

Listen, listen, listen. Then make something that is truly remarkable.

How important is podcasting to the success of other revenue generating opportunities you currently have?

Currently? Not so much. At least not measured directly. But that's because I don't have an active show with my voice.

Did you start off podcasting and that lead into a business or did you see podcasting as a necessary support for an existing business?

My partner and I were already doing syndicated radio shows. For us, podcasting was a natural (and easy) extension.

Has podcasting helped you grow your business.

Well, I'm no longer in that business. But I don't think I'd have nearly the work I do now with out it.

What piece of advice would give others looking to generate revenue from podcasting whether directly or indirectly?

Focus on the indirect route. Making money from content is hard. You need a big audience for that, or you need to accept making not very much money. But used as a promotional/brand/platform building mechanism? That can work great! Just make sure you have plenty of options for someone to give you money once you've hooked them into your network.


If you want to contact Evo, please email feedback(at)podiobooks(dot)com

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Rockin' New libsyn Podcasters: The AmpHour

The Amp Hour

This series is all about libsyn's newest podcasters. Its sole purpose is to introduce these awesome podcasts to the world as well as share their podcasting insight to empower the community!

Armed and ready to serve a unique electronics/engineering enthusiasts (and a lot more), Chris and Dave from The AmpHour are crazy energetic and always ready to chat it up and engage!

We caught up primarily with Dave as Chris was on his belated honeymoon...although he does pop in here and there to put in his two cents :D


Q & A With The Guys From The AmpHour


When did you start podcasting?

I've been video podcasting on my EEVblog since April 2009, but in August 2010 I got the idea to start a podcast radio show devoted to electronics and teamed up with fellow blogger Chris Gammell.

Chris: We were prompted by a post on reddit and that I tried a podcast but it was terrible. And then Dave took pity on me and suggested we try something together.

Why did you start podcasting?

I started the audio podcast to suit those of my existing video audience who might prefer an audio only podcast they can listen to while at work, in the car, or wherever it was not convenient to continually watch video. As some of my videos were over an hour long, That requires a lot of continuous attention span, but an audio podcast you can slip on while doing other things.

Chris: We did have the established audience we were both playing to. I had a small audience from my own stuff. We also looked around and saw that there really wasn't any kind of podcast option out there for electronics enthusiasts and saw an opportunity.

What's your show about?

It's an off-the-cuff show about electronics engineering, a rather niche topic of interest to not only engineering professionals, but electronics hobbyists, hackers, and the new "Maker" community. We talk (and rant) about electronics and product design, marketing, the industry, and occasionally get side tracked into politics and education among other areas.

What's your podcasting set-up? Podcasting hardware, software, CMS, etc.

We both use a USB mic (mine is a Samson C01U), proper mic stand with pop filter, along with Audacity to record the local stream at 44.1KHz 16bit mono.

Both recorded streams are mixed in Audacity to produce a final 441.K/16bit WAV file which then passes through The Levelator.

I have fitted out my "recording studio" with custom made acoustic panels to reduce room reflections.

Chris has resorted to surrounding himself with blankets for audio dampening!

Chris: My mic is an AT2020 USB mic.

Given that we are on opposite sides the world (Sydney and Cleveland), we use a Mumble server to talk and do the show "live" whilst recording locally. The Mumble server can record the streams to, and that is handy as a backup in case something goes wrong with our local recording. Mumble also lets us easily have guests on the show, by recording their stream. It's not as high quality as our local recordings, but it means the guest does not need a professional setup. We have tried Google Talk and Skype for this too, but have found Mumble to be the most reliable and flexible.

The blog site is maintained under Wordpesss, with podpress pulg-in. Listeners either listen via the embedded player on the blog site, download (or stream) the MP3 via the RSS feed.

Feedburner handles our RSS/iTunes feed.

MP3 files used to be hosted on our cheap shared web server, but the strain of several thousand people trying to stream at once made it all over consistently.

So now we are using Libsyn to host our MP3 files on their distributed Content Delivery Network which is working flawlessly, and no more complaints about our website or feed being down!

How have you promoted your podcast?

Mainly through our existing blog channels, the EEVblog, and Chris Gammell's Analog Life.

What do you know now that you wish you knew when you started?

It would have been handy to number episodes with 3 or 4 digits, like #0001, as it helps with alphabetical order listings.

Synchronising audio is very easy using our consistent intro's, no need for time markers or countdowns etc.

How much less hassle it is using a USB podcasting mic compared to traditional external mixers and XLR mics.

Having show notes (in an Excel spreadsheet) helps with those awkward pause moment when we both have nothing else to say, s we can just pick another topic of the list and run with it.


What are you waiting for? Subscribe to The AmpHour! If you want to reach out to Dave and Chris, you can email them at theamphour(at)gmail(dot)com

   

Podcasting Luminaries: Marketing Over Coffee

marketing over coffee podcast

The essential marketing podcast for podcasters. No, Marketing Over Coffee is not podcaster specific, but Chris Penn and John Wall have been around for a while in this space (podcasting since 2005 to be exact) and have a wealth of information regarding marketing. They are consistent, highly knowledgeable and concise. In less than 30 minutes you'll be overflowing with actionable information that will do wonders for your podcast or whatever business you are in. Bottom line, you need to subscribe. We recently caught up with John Wall for our Podcasting Luminaries series. 


Fun, Fame or Profit? Why are you doing the show?

I'd say Fun, Profit and Fame, in that order. It takes a long time to build a community so if it's not fun you'll flame out quick. Although the show itself has been break-even for the past couple of years, we've both managed to accelerate our careers significantly because of the show.

What is your most memorable feedback from a listener?

With Marketing Over Coffee going on 5 years we've had listeners that started with the show in College who now have jobs in the industry. It's great to know that the show has had such a positive impact for our listeners and the economy!

What has changed the most in your recording setup since you started?

When we started Marketing Over Coffee we had already both been casting for a couple of years so we had our workflow just the way we liked it. The only thing that's changed is that the Marantz PMD-660 we used was destroyed during a party a few weeks back so I upgraded to the 661.

What is your workflow: include hardware, software, text editing, and services as necessary

Besides the Marantz Chris is on a Shure SM-58 and I use and ElectroVoice EV. I edit the audio in a wave editor called Goldwave for the PC, and run the file through the Levelator and SoundSoap for a consistent sound. I use Dreamweaver to write the HTML for the Wordpress Blog and the file is hosted by Libsyn, who also provides our App on both platforms.

Do download numbers matter matter to you? or is audience engagement key?

It's all about the impact the show has so the numbers aren't that important to us.

What advise would you give a new podcaster so that they keep going!

Tell the best story you can, there's a ton of average stuff out there but the most compelling stuff is tougher to find.

How important is podcasting to the success of other revenue generating opportunities you currently have?

It all started with the podcast for us. The LinkedIn group and the publications available on Amazon are growing, but the podcast is still the flagship.

If you charge for access to your podcasts or premium, how did your audience react when you started doing this? How did you handle this?

We haven't had to charge for access thanks to our sponsors. This quarter the show is underwritten by GoPromos.com and MarketingProfs. You can also check out more content on Amazon between the Marketing Over Coffee Quarterly Report and Chris' Marketing White Belt: Basics for the Digital Marketer.


Wanna get some of your questions answered? email marketingovercoffee(at)gmail(dot)com or call the show 617-606-3661.

These guys are doing something really cool. Interested in their awesome marketing info but have no time to catch up on all the wisdom? Check out The Q4 Report, it's a 12 page report which covers all the Marketing and Technology topics covered at year end by Marketing Over Coffee. Great stuff.


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Rockin' New libsyn Podcasts: Apps For Kids

Apps for Kids

This series is all about libsyn's newest podcasters. Its sole purpose is to introduce these awesome podcasts to the world as well as share their podcasting insight to empower the community!

Apps For Kids is hitting a niche market that is solely lacking...at least from my perspective. I am a Mama of two lovely girls. My three year old loves my iPhone and finding games for her is challenging to say the least. A podcast like this is such a welcome blessing.

This podcast is the brain child of the mighty Mark Frauenfelder co-founder of Boing Boing and his fabulously insightful daughter Jane (and yes, she absolutely steals the podcast.) Not only do you get an opportunity to get a quick overview of a new children's app, but also hear Mark and his daughter (and occasional other daughter) interact. It's sweet, informative and insightful.

If you have children, there's no reason not to subscribe!


Q & A With Mark Frauenfelder


Mark Frauenfelder and Jane Frauenfelder

When did you start podcasting?

I started about 5 or 6 years ago, with a Boing Boing podcast. It was called Get Illuminated, and I did 9 or 10 episodes, but then I got busy with book projects and had put it aside. But I started up again last year, with a podcast called Gweek, then followed it up with Apps for Kids, and another one called Make: Talk. I've been bitten by the podcasting bug!

Why did you start podcasting?

I started Apps for Kids because my 8-year-old daughter Jane and I like to play games on the iPhone and iPad together. We have a lot of fun checking out new apps, and then seeing if we can beat each other's high scores. My friends who have kids of their own were always asking Jane and me what apps they should download, and so I thought maybe we should share that advice for the larger audience. So we started Apps for Kids, and people seem to really like it

What's the podcast about?

It's a short podcast, only about 3 minutes long, and we review and app that we like in each episode. For example, in the latest episode, we reviewed an app called Many Painters, I game where up to 6 players from around the world compete in real time to guess what the other players are drawing on the screen. It's a lot of fun, especially because you're playing against other people.

What's your podcasting set-up? Hardware, software, CMS, etc.

My set up is pretty basic. I use a Blue Snowball microphone when Jane and I are talking together, a USB headset when I'm recording the introductions, and an iMac to record the podcast. I use the GarageBand software to edit the show, and I use movable type to post the announcements on my blog, Boing Boing.

How have you promoted your podcast?

I promote new shows on twitter, Google plus, and my blog, Boing Boing.

What do you know now that you wish you knew when you started the podcast?

I wish I knew about this nice program called Levelator that automatically adjusts audio levels and podcast after you record it. It really improves the listen ability of podcasts. And it's free!


If you have an app that you'd like to have Mark and Jane consider reviewing or to sign up for their newsletter, you can send an email to appsforkids(at)boingboing(dot)net


Podcasting Luminaries: The Saintcast

The Saintcast

Have you ever wondered what the lives of Saints were like? Or have you ever been interested in knowing more about a particular Saint? The Saintcast is the right podcast for you. Each podcast is a torrent of inspiring saintly information, both to nurture your mind and soul. Paul Camarata has been bringing saints and sainthood into every day life since March 2006. If you ever need a bit of inspiration, check out this podcast.


Fun, Fame or Profit? Why are you doing the show?

I'm doing the show for fun, my own education and edification, and to help spread the word (in Catholic circles we use the term 'new evangelization') about the Catholic Christian faith and the great examples we have in living this faith in the real world - the Saints. I describe my reasons briefly here.

What is your most memorable feedback from a listener?

I've had some incredible feedback through the years - wish I could write a book on it. When you feel that your days are long, you've got way too much on your plate, or you feel you are out there just talking to the air (?), you get that fabulous piece of feedback that keeps you going.

I've had many who told me they returned to the Church after hearing some of these stories, one that told me he and his son were 'riveted' to the podcast listening to the story of heroism of one of the martyred saints.

Any notable names of listeners you have heard from over the years?

I met my Archbishop a few years ago who showed me the SaintCast on his iPhone (Archbishop Joseph Naumann).

What tools on libsyn have you found most helpful in building your brand/podcast?

Libsyn three was a huge improvement, and the SaintCast App was incredibly helpful in building the brand. Try as we might, as podcasters we are 'narrowcasters' rather than 'broadcasters.' People have to go out there and actively download the podcasts.

The more we can make this passive, as in, download the App then the podcasts are pushed to your phones immediately, the more listeners we will accrue. I've definitely found that to be the case with the App. In addition the stats Libsyn provides are key, easy to understand. the Graphic interface is perfect for a snapshot look at your numbers.

Have you found that social media has expanded your listener base/reach? (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google+, etc)

Social media has been huge! Especially Twitter and Facebook. It simply takes one or two retweets to make your podcast known to a whole new segment of listeners.

What is your workflow: include hardware, software, text editing, and services as necessary

Workflow: Building/writing the script - doing research for each podcast, gathering feedback since last show, researching on the web, searching various saint related sites, conducing interview, editing sound files from remote recordings forming an outline of the show on a wordprocessing or outline program (Word, Pages, OmniOutliner) arranging/placing audio file, jingles, Skype interviews, cutaway and cutback music, etc. in Ubercaster Recording

What advise would you give a new podcaster so that they keep going!

Don't get discouraged - use the tools that Libsyn has provided, and that one special feedback response will keep you going!


If you are interested in sending Paul some feedback or asking him some more questions you can email saintcast(at)sqpn(dot)com or call 312.235.2278.

As Paul mentioned there is The Saintcast App: Catholic Saints On Call for iOS as well as Android!


We've Got the Clutter Cleaner! Any Mess, Any Move, Any Size

Matt Paxton 5 decisions away

Hoarders. Have you seen this show?

Cause if you haven't you will be sucked in. Guaranteed.

What is it like for those that help hoarders clean up their houses and in turn their lives? Well...there's a app for that (and a podcast!)

5 decisions Away from Matt Paxton

He is an A&E show regular and extreme cleaning specialist. He'll give you the inside scoop of all that it takes to clean up the messiest homes in the country, plus tons more. Yes, TONS more.

This is the perfect companion for Hoarders, but even if you're not into the show, Matt Paxton's content on it's own is awesome.

Check out what some folks in iTunes are saying:

"Funny. Gross. Endearing. Genuinely good guys!"

"It's good to hear Matt talk about things that happen in the show & in his job, but it's better to hear him talk about the things in his life that shaped him and brought him to where he is today. Everyone can learn from what he has to say and what he shares about the people he has met along the way."

"I love Matt Paxton and I was immediately engaged by his down-home, hard-won wisdom and hilarious conversational tone. It's the same feeling I get watching him on Hoarders but I got a full dose of him uninterrupted by commercials and serious mental conditions. And of course, gross-out stories are always appreciated."

"If you enjoy A&E's Hoarders, then you'll LOVE this podcast! If you don't then you'll still LOVE this podcast! Stories like these you just won't hear anywhere else- in depth, descriptive (maybe too much so!) and belly-laugh entertaining. Keep up the great work guys, this is my new favorite thing. Any chance of it going daily? :)

Take the time to check out 5 Decisions Away. Truly riveting content, exactly what podcasts are meant to be. PLUS if you want more please get the iOS or Android app with the same great content at your fingertips no matter where you are, plus some sweet extra content!

Stay clean!