Man. I'm finally getting back to normal. I had such a great time at Podfest 2019. It's really cool to learn from people who know more than you do. Not a lot of people will say that, but I have no problems admitting that I don't know everything especially as it relates to podcasting. I learned so much from people who are touching lives around the world with their voice and their message. The amount of knowledge that was in the place and the energy could probably be felt around the world. Chris, John and their team are a class act. I got to meet some of my podcast heroes like Pat Flynn who I've been listening to for about 5 years. I got to meet John Lee Dumas also who I've been listening too for about 5 years. I got to meet YouTube Master Roberto Blake. I mean I could go on and on about my experience. It was high energy the entire time. I learned stuff inside of the breakout sessions and I learned stuff in the hallways just sitting and talking to people.
With everything that I learned it is my sincerest desire to create a show that I love doing and that my audience love listening to. After attending the Boss Lady session I realized that my show can be what I want it to be. For me Good Morning Gwinnett is a mix of news and entertainment. I was trying to make the show into something that I wasn't 100% passionate about. So moving forward Good Morning Gwinnett will be broken down into 7 segments which are:
I think about when I was younger and used to listen to the radio at work in the mornings, one of my favorite segments were the horoscopes. I made sure that I was at my desk when it was time for the horoscopes. I wanted to bring the horoscopes to my show and I will. I want to run contests and talk about my favorite books and I will. All of these new changes have become my reality because of listening to Katie Krimitsos talking about making my show what I want it to be. I shifted my perspective about my show and I am excited. If you are a podcaster and missed PodFest 2019, you don't want to miss Podfest 2020. I found my people and I am so glad I went.
"I Realize That My Show Is An Octagon And Doesn't Fit Into A Round Hole"
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