In this episode of The Podcast Reporter Show, we discuss and review the essence of being a THOUGHT LEADER in the area of podcasting, which is really a subset of being a content creator.
The communication that inspired this repurposed episode is from a listener to this podcast series that wanted to know more detail about being a THOUGHT LEADER (since I mentioned this in a brief summary recently in a prior episode). And so I wanted to oblige and repurpose the episode #513 of this show to answer his several questions about podcasting and being a thought leader in detail.
First, here is the chart that outlines the steps to becoming a thought leader:
Notice that this episode mentions Paul Colligan as my inspiration for becoming a thought leader in my past podcasting career. There is also honorable mention for several other resources along the same lines and topics of this repurposed episode:
– THE REFERRAL ENGINE, book by John Jantsch
– THE SPEED OF TRUST, book by Dr. Steven Covey
– PAUL COLLIGAN, podcaster, author & blogger at www.thepodcastreport.com
– CHRIS BROGAN, author, trainer, blogger at www.chrisbrogan.com
– SCOTT JOHNSON, podcaster at www.computertutorflorida.com
– LON NAYLOR, screencaster and podcaster and blogger at www.screencapturevideo.com
So we hope that you can get the details needed to plan a good path for yourself to becoming a good thought leader and well-known podcaster. And we wish you for your success in the podosphere.
Thank you for listening and for your attention.
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