Feb. 20, 2022

You Asked, I Answered! A Have A Seat Minicast Q & A

You Asked, I Answered! A Have A Seat Minicast Q & A

"The most valuable lesson I’ve learned as a journalist is that everybody is interesting if you ask the right questions. If someone is dull or uninteresting, it’s on you” - Kate Murphy

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For this minicast episode, I’m excited to share my thoughts on a question that was sent in by Jamie, a listener who has been incredibly supportive of my show and who will soon be a guest herself!

Jamie sent in several great questions regarding podcasting that I couldn’t wait to dive into!
For this minicast I answer her first question about advice for being a guest on a podcast.
I truly want to thank Jamie as it was such a great question and an awesome way to kick off this new series!

If you're curious about starting your own podcast or have general podcasting questions, contact me and let's get those questions answered.

Thanks for listening!

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Debra Coleman

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Creating Have A Seat...Conversations with Women in the Workplace Podcast was a way for me to engage in weekly conversations with women about their career journey and share them in a fun and supportive way. I truly believe we all have a unique story to tell; we add value in what we do and are rock stars in our own right and I'm excited to bring you these stories every week.