#42: Elevating your Business Brand and Reach through Podcasting

Laura Rupsis is a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach, Certified Personal Trainer and CrossFit Coach, Admissions Director and staff coach for the Primal Health Coach Institute and co-host of the podcast Health Coach Radio. This is all in addition to re-starting her private coaching business CoachLaura.FIt after her recent move from Illinois to […]

#41: Podcasting as a Learning Tool for Your Target Audience

Cathy Sykora, a Nebraska native now living in Florida, has been in business for 42 years as entrepreneur.  34 of those years were in a brick-and-mortar business and 10 years in a 100% online business. Cathy is passionate about family, travel, learning, and has always loved her work. She credits her amazing team for making […]

#40: Cancer

In this episode, Cliff Duvernois shares his experiences about the simple trip to the grocery store that became the catalyst of the most terrifying ordeal he’s been through, surviving the mental rollercoaster ride of a health scare, and how mindset, manifestation, and a support system lead to a miraculous outcome. Topics we covered: The simple […]

#39: Why Your Podcast Is Perfect to Communicate With Existing Clients

Grant Bledsoe is the host of Grow Money Business. He’s also a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®), a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), and the founder & president of Three Oaks Capital Management. Grant writes about personal finance, investing, and entrepreneurship on his blog Above the Canopy, and is frequently quoted in several national publications, including Forbes, […]

#38: The Perfect Mindset to Create the Best Podcast for your Business

Dr. Cooper’s bio is extensive, but can be summarized into 3 words: Mind… Body… Business. The mind? He holds a PhD in Performance Psychology, was a national columnist for 20+ years, had his research published in peer reviewed journals internationally, written 5 books, and spoken professionally in all 50 states plus multiple times in Europe. […]

#37: Turn Your Podcast Into Your Clients Largest Resource

Lesa Edwards is a Master Resume Writer, Certified Job Search Strategist, Certified Executive and Leadership Development Coach, award-winning podcaster of The Exclusive Career Coach, Master Practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, and international speaker on job search topics. Her practice includes clients on every continent except Antarctica. Lesa is focused on helping high-achieving mid-career professionals […]

#36: How One Entrepreneur Uses Podcasting to Launch His Next Chapter

Mehul Sheth was born in Pennsylvania to Indian immigrants and grew up in New Jersey. After getting married, he and his wife moved to San Diego. Mehul’s hard work, perseverance and instinct turned the business that was started in his parents basement in NJ into a multi million dollar distribution company. Mehul lives in Carlsbad […]

#35: Use Your Podcast to Get A Client in 30 Days

In this episode, Cliff Duvernois discusses the humble beginnings of his podcasting journey, how he uncovered the formula to leveraging a podcast for his business, and the proven method of converting podcast listeners into clients. Topics we covered: The Humble Beginnings of my Podcasting Journey Uncovering the Formula to Leveraging a Podcast for my Business […]

#34: How to Build an Effective Long-Running Podcast for your Business

Diane Helbig is a business and leadership advisor and trainer, author, award-winning speaker, and podcast host. As president of Helbig Enterprises, Diane helps businesses and organizations operate more constructively and profitably. Diane’s no nonsense, straightforward approach cuts through the noise and allows her clients and training participants opportunities to realistically and enthusiastically implement the plans […]

#33: Using Podcasting to Amplify and Accelerate Your Impact

Since late 1999 Troy has started or acquired and grown 14 businesses with 28 business partners in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom in technology, alcohol (beer, whisky, gin and vodka), retail, accommodation, food, education, social enterprise and construction. The areas of expertise he brings to a business and Board include strategy, management, technology […]

#32: Why Embracing Imperfection in Podcasting and in Life is Fundamental to Success

Brendan Burns is a High-Performance Strategist, CEO, Top Podcast Host and former Wall Street Executive who transforms individuals and companies to maximize their potential in business and life. For over a decade, he has advised some of the world’s most recognized brands—from Fortune 100 companies, investment banks, top law firms and professional sports teams, to […]

#31: Podcasting as Your Only Marketing Channel

As the Founder of The CEO Collective and Host of the Promote Yourself to CEO podcast, Racheal Cook is on a mission to end entrepreneurial poverty for women.  For over 15 years, she’s supported thousands of women entrepreneurs to design predictably profitable businesses without hustle and burnout and now Racheal is a sought after speaker […]

#30: How Podcasting Builds Your Reputation

In this episode, Cliff discusses how podcasting can aid in establishing an extraordinary business and credibility, why credibility is a constant act and not a one-off victory, and the crucial steps to creating a life-proof, sustainable podcast for your business. Topics we covered: Establishing an extraordinary business and credibility with podcasting Why credibility is a […]

#29: Achieving Communal Entrepreneurial Success with Podcasting

Grace Kusta Nasralla grew up in a home of entrepreneurs. Her parents owned and operated a sewing supplies store in Beirut, Lebanon, so grew up with entrepreneurship from a very early age. After spending many years working in the corporate world, she started her own business back in 2005. From there she’s built a virtual […]

#28: Building a Stand-out Business with Podcasting

Rich Brooks is founder and president of Flyte New Media, a digital agency in Portland, Maine, that’s been in business for over 24 years. He is a nationally recognized speaker on entrepreneurship, digital marketing, and social media. He founded The Agents of Change, an annual conference and weekly podcast that focuses on search, social & […]

#27: Letting Go of Self Doubt and Flourishing with Podcasting

Sas Petherick is a Master Coach OBSESSED with helping you heal your Self-doubt. As Head Coach of the Self-belief Coaching Academy, Sas teaches coaches, therapists and mentors how to support their clients using her evidence-based, trauma-informed, ICF-accredited coaching methodology. Self-belief School is a group coaching programme to help humans move from understanding the root causes […]

#26: Using Podcasting as your Singular Marketing Platform

Park Howell is known as The World’s Most Industrious Storyteller having grown purpose-driven brands by as much as 600 percent. He is a 35+ year veteran of the advertising industry and hosts the popular weekly Business of Story podcast, author of Brand Bewitchery, and co-authored The Narrative Gym for Business. He is sought after internationally […]

#25: How to Snap Out of Your Creative Funk

Here’s the deal:  I didn’t want to record this episode.  I’ve been in a creative funk these past few weeks.  My brain couldn’t come up with a podcast topic.  But after a conversation with a good friend of mine, I realized that I had to record this episode.  So why did I feel this way?  […]

#24: Turning Your Podcast into a Rainmaker for your Business

Pat is a former software engineer, inventor, tech-startup entrepreneur, business development executive. He is currently the podcast host of the top 10 Sales Babble podcast and recently launched the Cannabis Advocate podcast. Pat is the founder of Habanero Media, a podcast agency that helps B2B businesses grow revenue by integrating interview-based business podcasts into a […]

#23: The Key to Making Podcasting Worthwhile

Robbie Swale is a leadership coach who works with clients on creativity, leading with honour and the craft and business of coaching. He is the author of the new book, How to Start When You’re Stuck and the host of The Coach’s Journey Podcast. Topics we covered: Being profitable while staying true to yourself The […]

#22: Podcasting For Business and Personal Growth

Sam Beiler is the CEO of Boostpoint where he drives the mission to help our organizations build stronger brands by attracting better talent. With frictionless products and services, we empower businesses to improve their recruitment processes and establish an efficient team. We dedicate ourselves to enable businesses to find the people they need and create […]

#21: Turning Podcasting into a Profitable Passion

Lauren Tilden started off in corporate America. Then in 2017, she hit burnout and decided to launch her own business Good Sheila, which is a small batch of paper goods shop. Now her products are being sold throughout the country, with 5% of the profits being donated for her 5% for good program. Now today’s […]

#20: Is Perfectionism Hurting Your Podcast?

What is the number one reason why podcasts go into podfade?  Cliff delves into the different types of perfectionism, how each of them negatively impacts entrepreneurs, and what we can do about it. Topics we covered: Why perfectionism is the root cause of pod fade Staying true to your ideal client avatar and learning to […]

#19: How Podcasting Opened Doors to Build a Brand

In this episode, Corey Harris & Julie Traxler, co-founders of SB PACE and co-hosts of the top-rated business podcast, “BizQuik,” share their experiences about the similarities between Fortune 500’s and small businesses, why seeking expert advice for your podcast is nothing to be ashamed of, why perfection is impossible in podcasting, and how they were able to transform a breaking point into a breakthrough.

#18: How Podcasting Builds Credibility for Your Business

Swire Ho migrated to Los Angeles in 1996. He’s a proud Chinese American who speaks Cantonese, Mandarin and English. He trained as a sound engineer working at recording studios and entertainment agencies.  Before he started his own firm in 2003 in Los Angeles. If having one business wasn’t enough, he decided to launch a second […]

#17: Unlocking Business Growth Opportunities with Podcasts

Hailey Rowe has worked for over eight years as a health coach and in the business development for two rapidly growing health startup companies. She became passionate about helping other health coaches go beyond their certifications and address the missing pieces that are holding them back from success.  As the host of Health Coach Nation, […]

#16: Using Podcasting to Elevate Client Relationships

Di-Di Hoffman is the founder of the Badasspreneurs Business School and the host of the Badass Wellness Coach Show. His passion is guiding solo wellness practitioners through their Rainmaker initiation journey, so that they can avoid the costly mistakes, spread their healthy vibes and build a bank balance that makes them smile from ear to […]

#15: The 3 Worst Measures of Podcast Success

In this episode, Cliff covers the podcast metrics you shouldn’t waste your time on, the factors to consider in selecting your criteria for podcast success, and his personal measure of podcast success.

#14: Operating in Your Zone of Genius with Podcasting

Tara McMullin What Works

Tara McMullin is a podcast host, writer, and speaker who’s been making business make sense for small business owners for over 12 years. She’s the host of What Works, a podcast about entrepreneurship for humans that’s been downloaded over 4 million times. She’s also the co-founder of YellowHouse.Media, a podcast production agency. Tara brings a […]

#13: Scaling Your Impact Through Podcasting

Steve Fredlund is the founder of Small, Small Business. He’s got over 30 years in analytic corporate roles with an overlapping 20 years of leadership experience with nonprofits. And over the last few years, he’s really focused on helping small businesses optimize the results by guiding them towards clear vision-aligned strategies and effective execution. Annie […]

#12: How to Give Back Through Podcasting

On top of having a degree in Natural Sciences and a PhD in Archaeological Sciences, Liz Drury, is a professionally trained voiceover artist, broadcaster and actor, based in North Lincolnshire, and just over the river from Hull in East Yorkshire. She’s been working as a voiceover artist since 2013, and has worked on projects for […]

#11: Using Podcast to Change People’s Lives

Mike is a former derivatives trader turned investor and entrepreneur, who also holds an MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurship. He has built a career in online media previously holding roles at Money.com, Reviews.com, was Managing Editor at The Simple Dollar. He is currently the CEO and owner of Rejoin Media. Mike is widely quoted in […]

#10: What is better for you: Networking or Strategic Connections

In this episode, Cliff goes solo.  We talk about the difference between networking and building strategic connections.  Also how you can convert your existing relationships into powerful partnerships.  And how your podcast can deepen the relationship with your clients. Topics we covered: What is better for you: Networking or Strategic Connection How to Convert Your […]

#09: Leveraging YouTube with Your Podcast

David C. Barnett loves to say that it took him 10 years to un-learn what he was taught in business school. University had trained him to be a middle-manager in big enterprises, he was totally unprepared for the realities of small business. After a career in advertising sales, Barnett started several businesses including a commercial […]

#08: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome For Your Podcast

Jenn Donovan is a property law specialist, turned retailer, turned social media and marketing speaker, changemaker momentum creator, as well as a mentor and coach for small businesses, she has done it all. She’s learned lessons from the school of hard knocks, running her own business for 15 years, and she has spent the last […]

#07: Podcasting Made Simple

Tom Shay is a fourth generation entrepreneur with a company called Profits Plus. His mission helps small businesses increase their profits, plus build their business for the future. Now for his podcast, he started way back in 2009, if you can believe it. So if anybody is qualified to write a book about podcasting for […]

#06: Building Brand Authority with Podcasting

Randy Rohde definitely has a passion and working with small businesses and not only that, but the man loves baseball. He is the founder of 38 Digital Market, which is a professional digital marketing agency located in Chagrin Falls, Ohio.  They’re focused to utilize internet technology and to create new opportunities for their clients. Ranging […]

#05: The Real Reason Behind Podfade

“My mindset is clear. Podcasting is the ultimate relationship building tool. I’m not obsessed about the downloads because that’s nothing more than a by-product.” Cliff Duvernois, Host of the Entrepreneurs on Podcasting Most everyone knows that 60-80% of podcasts are in podfade after only 8 episodes. While the excuses abound, what is the real reason? […]

#04: Use Podcasting to Build Relationships

Marc Mawhinney has been podcasting since 2014, which in terms of internet years is like forever and a day. But he saw the need for a podcast show that was going to be able to help coaches grow their business. He started the “Natural Born Coaches” Podcast and each week his episodes gives his audience […]

#03: How Podcasting Fits Into A Marketing Strategy

Mal McCallion (@growtion.co) is all about growth. He was an integral part of the natural launches for hugely successful companies like Zoopla as well as PrimeLocation.com which had an exit of £2.2B. For the past 30 years, he’s helped so many businesses to be able to grow because he is relentless in his pursuit of […]

#02: Embracing Imperfect Action to Overcome Podfade

Podcasting was something that could really help us grow our business and reach more people and help more people. Jenine Kenna, The Kindhearted Baddass Show Jenine Kenna (@JenineKenna) is a Kindhearted Badass and I mean that literally. Now her and her business partner, Heather Compton have started Kindhearted Baddass Community which helps moms learn to […]

#01: What This Podcast Is About

“I had to find my own path. You see, I’m not a podcaster. I’m an entrepreneur with a podcast.” Cliff Duvernois, Entrepreneurs on Podcasting Cliff Duvernois (@cliffduvernois) is the founder of MotionSplash Solutions and the host of the “Entrepreneurs on Podcasting” show. I’ve always loved podcasting. I love the format, the medium … I love […]