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  1. Leon Stevens says

    I was approached to do a podcast. I’m not a great speaker and find it difficult to talk and make it feel natural without to many pauses to allow me to think about what the best way to say something. I do agree that you should be prepared with the questions beforehand.

    We did come to an arrangement that I would record my answers for the host to insert between her questions. This allowed me to craft what I would say. Maybe not the most natural sound, but better than nothing.

    I had previously recorded some humorous interviews that I had written where I interviewed myself. At least with that, I could read the script and re-record when I stumbled.

    Thanks for this post.

  2. Lissa Johnston says

    I just listened to a podcast where the host’s dogs barked intermittently throughout and I guess they thought this was part of their brand/charm? IDK. I found it a little distracting.

    Speaking of which, FYI I am not capitalizing these words on purpose. They are appearing this way automatically, in spite of my attempts to correct them. Weird!

    • Colleen says

      so glad to hear that, Tracy! Good luck if you do any in the future! (Sorry for the weird caps–something is wiggy on the comment machine here!) :O)

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