Why I still love being a podcast host?
Five years hosting The Fitness Business Podcast made me fall in love with podcasting.
Every time I get to meet and speak to a podcast guest, I'm reminded of why I love interviewing so much. It’s a privilege I will never tire of and one I am grateful for every time I get to sit behind the microphone.
One of the greatest joys of hosting an interview-based podcast is the incredible people you get to meet. It never ceases to amaze me how many talented, passionate, accomplished people we have in our industry. From business leaders who inspire, to team members who have their hand in every part of the operation, right through to people outside our industry who are experts in their field, they all generously share their knowledge to help others.
Over the years I've finished interviews feeling moved, inspired and energised. I've been lucky enough to interview people including Todd Durkin, Francesca Schuler, Mark Schaefer, Kari Saitowicz (and hundreds more) and everytime I learn something new. No matter your age, career experience or life journey, there is always something to learn from someone else, and I count myself lucky to be able to share what I've learnt with others via the Educational Intensive on The Fitness Business Podcast.
If you have any questions about the Educational Intensives or if you want to request a topic for us to cover, then please pop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, I'd love to hear from you!
What 2020 taught me?
To change where I invest my energy and that family and friends are more important than anything
What will be the name of my autobiography?
Choose your own adventure
Rock Legend or Sporting Legend?
Four people (alive or passed) that I'd love to have at the same dinner table & why
Elon Musk, Oprah Winfrey, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates
Because I would love to interview them all so why not do it over dinner!
My life in photos