Okay… Seriously, why did you decide to start a podcast in the first place? Was it because you wanted to feel good about what others would say you? Was it because someone was doing it, and you ought to be podcasting too? Was it because you didn’t have another way to reach more people since […]

According to Greek history, the word “arete” is “excellence of any kind.” As a podcaster, it will interest you to know how to live with arete as you do what you’re set out to do. Arete (Greek: ἀρετή), in its basic sense, means “excellence of any kind”.[1] The term may also mean “moral virtue”.[1] In its earliest appearance in Greek, this

Segun Akiode is a member of the Nigeria Podcast Network, one of those few people we started the journey of podcasting together even before I published my first episode. He is the author of Corporate Misfit, which was recently reviewed by Connect Nigeria. Interestingly, now he talks about getting a job, and helping organizations take

Audio feedback problem is one of the many you’ll experience while recording your podcast. Here’s how I helped some students solve it. A few weeks ago, while working with students in my 4 weeks podcast coaching program, one of them asked a question that usually I’d thought everyone should know, it had to do with setting up

In working with different clients in regards to their podcast, I have noticed most of us fall into 4 podcast stereotypes, whether we are trying to start or already running one. I decided to share this information with members of my podcast network over a 4 day period, and the feedback was great.  Here are some: While all

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If you’re looking for a community of podcasters in or around Nigeria or Nigerian podcasts, find right here.   So it happened that everyone went their several ways after we had finished the masterclass. It wasn’t funny that there was nothing organized to make them want to work together, or come together later on. We

UPDATE: Now you can get a brand new professional microphone for your podcast right here. A few days ago, I mentioned how I started my podcast right here in Nigeria with a gadget of just N1,500 (about $8) and that got some people excited. Today, I want to let you in on the podcast mic

If you haven’t yet started your coaching business, this episode will give you an insider’s secret that very few beginners know. If you have started, Marc will show you how podcasting helped him grow his coaching business. That’s not. You will learn even more… In this episode of #Audacity2Lead, I discuss with Marc Mawhinney, host

Quick note: A major challenge I know most emerging leaders like you are facing is the lack of platforms of expression. So this month is going to focus on helping you build or launch a platform online. One of the things that made 2014 an interesting year for me was my decision to launch my platform.


If you have the ability to speak and press the record button, then you have an incredible opportunity in front of you to make some serious impact doing something that is both fun and easy – an on a massive scale just as I’ve done. Just take a moment to imagine where you would be

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