Have you ever felt like you’re not qualified to host your podcast? Ever felt like you were way out of your depth with a certain topic or with a certain guest? Welcome to the club. Most of us have.
In this episode of The Showrunner, Jonny and Jerod share their own experiences with facing a feeling of inferiority — and more importantly, how to overcome it.
If you’ve ever struggled with your confidence behind the mic, or even with your confidence to get to the mic in the first place, then this is an episode you need to listen to.
Here are this week’s podcast recommendations:
- The Digital Entrepreneur
- The Art of Manliness: The Science of Cheating — How to Prevent and Deal With Infidelity
And here is the link Jerod and Jonny mention toward the end of the show, which was included in last week’s free Showrunner newsletter: Learn the Magic Formula of Podcasting From Old-School Radio Giants Like Rush Limbaugh.
Listen, learn, enjoy …
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Geoff Reese says
Great episode guys. I just published my 59th episode and I still deal with some of these issues. Fortunately not the one where I don’t know anything about my topic, ha.
The great, Paul J. Meyer, who was a motivational speaker and started several companies, dealt with some of these issues. One thing he did early in his career was to read in front of the mirror for 20 minutes every day. If you want it bad enough you’ll find a way to fight it. Keep up the funk.