This podcast was repurposed from an episode of School of Podcasting with Dave Jackson. Matt Lovell from MindingtheGap.net was also featured on this episode. Matt was the co-host for the Starve the Doubts interview with Kimanzi Constable. —
In this Starve the Doubts episode, Jared Easley is repurposing an episode from his friend Dave Jackson over at the School of Podcasting. Jared was recently on David’s show and it was quite a surprise because what he expected it to be as a normal interview actually turned out into something really interesting. This is a very fun show full of Dave’s antics plus Jared’s insights and an interesting story about Matt Lovell who is a living testimony of Jared’s gift as a powerful connector and influencer, that is truly meant to be shared. In this episode, you will learn about:
Items mentioned: What inspired Jared to write the book Podcasting Good to Great: How to Grow Your Audience Through Collaboration
Repurposing it from his Webinar presentation
As of the time this podcast has been recorded, there has already been 64 reviews on Amazon and it has hit number one in three categories. How Jared got involved with some of the people he really looked up to at the New Media Expo Organizing meetups
His connection with the guys he organized meetups for made it easy for him to have them as guests on his show. Teleseminars
How Jared met Matt Lovell Matt’s side of the story Matt Levell is the host of Minding the Gap podcast How his conversation with Jared on the evening of December 20, 2013 has changed his life Erik Fisher’s advice to Matt on connecting with people. Matt’s tweet about listening to Jared’s podcast and tweeting “What is your favorite episode on Starve the Doubts?” and getting so many responses. Matt getting a direct response from Jared asking for a permission to chat with him. Matt’s 2 ½ hour-conversation with Jared about New Media Expo, life, goals and aspirations, and they talked like they’ve known each other forever – an instant connection How Jared helped Matt connect with someone that allowed him to move into a position of a more lucrative line of work. Jared’s humility, not taking credit for the impact he has made on Matt’s life Matt stressed out the importance of every single, small social interaction because you never know if it could lead to the next thing that could change your life. Back to Jared’s interview… Why he doesn’t like the terms “followers” or “tribes” How a simple phone call can create a lasting connection How to build an army Creating rapport and how it generates reciprocity Podcast Movement Conversations Check out Dave Jackson’s podcast School of Podcasting and hear more of his hilarious yet informative and inspiring episodes. Check out Matt Lovell’s Minding the Gap podcast.