Invitation For Podcast Interview

Target Audience, Length, & Format:

The goal of the “HRW Financial” podcasts is to offer a platform where you can share your experiences in a way that will be valuable to our visitors, (not to mention the additional exposure you will get).

Our target length for the interview is 20 – 30 minutes. We’re trying to pack as much value as possible into a time frame that fits the hectic schedule of business owners and professionals.

Example Topics & Questions: Our audience is interested in what makes you and/or your job tick. The topics and questions will come from what I know about you, what I’ve learned about you and the short *Bio you send me.

Here’s some sample questions we might cover: *Tell me about you, your beliefs, your company, and history. * What do you wish you had known when you started out? * Tell me about a time you screwed up * Things you loved to do and things you hate to do.

Note: We’ll pick, choose, and tailor these and other questions to fit your experience and story. We’ll also ask follow-up questions, so don’t worry about answering questions in exhaustive detail on the first attempt.

I’d love to have you participate. Please visit my scheduling site and pick a day and time that’s convenient for us to have an interview (about 45 minutes).

Please Book Me A Date

I’ll also need you to send me a short *BIO of about 70-100 words

IMPORTANT: So you’ll sound the best and my audience can hear your message, please follow these recommendations:

[For VoIP]

  • 1. Stay 4–6 inches (10–15 cm) from your microphone.
  • 2. Wear headphones.
  • 3. Go somewhere quiet. If you hear something, the microphone probably can, too.
  • 4. Turn off notification sounds or set to DND.
  • 5. Try to stay still. No paper shuffling. If something goes wrong, DON’T WORRY

[For telephone or Smart-phone]

  • 1. Don’t use speakerphone.
  • 2. Go somewhere quiet. If you hear something, the phone probably can, too.
  • 3. Turn off notification sounds or set to DND.
  • 4. Try to stay still. No paper shuffling. If something goes wrong, DON’T WORRY

Positively,

Herb Williams

 

 

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