Fit For Business V.I.P "Open Mic" Series Introduction Podcast

May 07, 2021 - 03:47 PM - 218 views
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Danielle Earley 

Hey, great. Well, welcome. Welcome to the first open mic series with fit for business. So as part of the circuit, we're going to have three open mics. We're kicking off today with Cristina and looking at podcasts and learning from Christina about her radio show, but also how we can deliver as individuals great podcasts that will be engaging and energizing. We've also got another open mic that's coming up regarding writing interesting articles. And we will have a third open mic session all around video and how you can create your own learning module that we can put into the kitbag. So really delighted to have you here, Christina. Thank you, it will mainly be a question answer. This has got a list of questions from the women that couldn't be here today. And of course, Melanie and Joe, you can ask as many questions as you would like.

 

Liz Goodfellow 

Yay, Liz, over to you. Thank you. Yay. So yes, a big thank you to Christina Moyle, from funky media agency, who's here to support us with our learning and preparation for getting ready for our fit for business powerful podcasts. So, Christina, would you like to just tell us a bit about yourself, and particularly about the part of your business that the radio show, but I know you've got other facets to your business as well. But yes if you could just paint a picture of what you do.

 

Cristina Moyle 

Yeah, so let's start at the beginning. It's always a good start.

 

How did I get into it more importantly, because it's not something you just sort of fall into. So I've been in radio, working in radio stations since 2013. I've been working in media marketing since 2010. And prior to that, I had my own business, where I used to

 

look after hotels, restaurants, pubs, bars, that kind of thing. So a completely different kettle of fish from marketing. And what happened was, I moved to Spain in 2010 with my family. And I started working for a radio station there. And in Spain, if you're familiar with start-ups, in Spain, that happens often, so a lot of people will retire, sell the house, and live the dream and want this business to work fabulously. And then they'll spend their money on advertising. And I was the little salesperson came in and said, Hello, Please, could you advertise with me. And so I would have to sell advertising. And that's how it all started, I did just that I sold advertising, I was actually very good at it. And I had a lovely client base, who I sold to and helped creating radio commercials, I found though, that they would have no website, or the phone number would be wrong, or they weren't ready to welcome the pool of people that have been sent to them via their advertising budgets.

 

So that made me learn and grow even more. It's an ethos of How can I help them get a return on their investment. And this is how funky media was founded.

 

The Birth of funky media over many years, was learnt by having to diversify, to make sure that my clients received a return on their investment in whichever way that would be useful to them, whether that would be tying up with their printed media with their radio advertising,

 

marketing newsletters, all mixed into one because they're all interconnected. So if you're planning to market your business or your personal business, if you are a coaching business, it's a really good idea to make a good sold plan, and then work out now what's going to happen from there so that the effort works and you're not wasting any money.

 

Yeah, and then you know, what happens? If you do it well, and you look after people as I do, they stay with you for years, because we ensure that together we grow, their businesses grow and change. And I grow with them to ensure that they're happy and their businesses are working. So that's how it came about.

 

I'm relocated back to the UK in March, two years ago. So I've been back two years. And I kept my Spanish business going and flew back. And I started a new business here called funky media, which we have today and around the tooth side by side. And on the fourth of February 2020. I launched Funky Media Radio, alongside the Spanish Business. And then of course, lockdown happened in March.

 

But I had already set everything up online. And everything I planned to create events where people would come along and have a networking event and then they would do the talk on the radio that all switched around. And so we went just completely online and that's how it's been going. I'm very lucky actually that I did that. It wasn't too much of a transition only really having the two small ones by your feet.

 

After doing everything, and yeah, that brings us good day. So  funky media radio is an online radio station. We have mobile applications in all of the stores, Google Play, and Apple Store Apple Watch cars. If you have auto cars with the dashboard, the more modern ones, you can find  funky media radio on there, too. All of my shows become podcasts. And then the podcasts are then fed through to everywhere that you can find a podcast, which runs alongside our own website that we have. So it's online everywhere. When you do a podcast with us, we have various shows for predominantly women in business, because that's my passion. My passion is to help female owned businesses! Setting up passion led businesses really, I work with a variety of people, obviously. But but that's what I like to do. I like to help people that want to run a passion led business and work with them for the long, long time business journey. And we do that with support from funky media radio.

 

That's pretty much brings us to today. And then a bit later on, I'll tell you about the other side of the business.

 

Liz Goodfellow 

I love that passion, that business lovely. That's a lovely phrase, isn't it and all of the women that that are part of fit for business, I think passion and purpose is at the heart of what we do. And so it's it's lovely to connect with you, Christina through through us both for all of us being passionate about what we do and wanting to have a positive impact on other people. And I just remembered from talking to you before Christina that you also you love music, don't you you're really passionate about a bit. And a wee bit. favorite kind of music is really hard. But I do love my Motown soul funk. I like a bit of house music. And I especially like it when the to mix together.

 

Cristina Moyle 

Get a bit bit of everything. It is difficult. I do love the older style music personally.

 

Just you bop around in the kitchen and have a busy day you put that music on, the rest can go it can change moods, you can drive along, have a miserable day, put the music on, it will change your mood. And it's so it's part of everyone's life. And every day music lifts off.

 

So I'm super loving music.

 

Me too. Me too. And music will be a big part of the fit for business podcasts as well. So yeah, I'm really excited to, to share share our all our mutual love of music. We do music interviews, as well. So we have musicians that Come on, and we'll do an interview. And we have a show that aired on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday between four and six called funk, soul jazz. We often have a two hour show. And the second part of the show is two co hosts and they interview musicians. Fabulous. Really, really interesting to

 

life journeys. And music is brilliant.

 

Liz Goodfellow 

I bet Danielle's husband is a musician.

 

Danielle Earley 

Yeah, that would be interesting.

 

What are your most you said this earlier? cristino boundaryless, some of the more popular shows that you've got? What do I mean? That sounds like it's going to be a popular one. But what what kind of that? What are your most popular radio shows?

 

Cristina Moyle 

Well, we have,

 

funnily enough, it's one that I love. It's only six minutes. And it's every Wednesday at 11 o'clock and 7pm and it's the lovely Michelle and Michelle does a little update from the Costa del Sol every week and it's a day in her in her life. And she says it as his speeches a bit tongue in cheek, but it's she's fabulous. And we we often get people tuning in for her her show. And also

 

the way that we work is the show goes out live. So we have a specified time that the show goes on air. And once it's gone on air, then it becomes a podcast. So you can't have the podcast, obviously, because he's not gone out yet. And so with our podcasts, people can download them from our website. And often if people have missed the slot at 11 o'clock, perhaps they're working or something. They will come back in the evening and listen to her show and download it.

 

Another show that we have that's really popular is from Dominic Dominic is based in the USA, or the startup life podcast. And he interviews corporates. So it's

 

we've had so many people we do about two a week at the moment, so very, very busy with those podcasts. And we've had so many I mean, you just have to go and look at the list. There's so much value in that list. It's amazing. And they're

 

about an hour, an hour and a half long. Each one

 

Liz Goodfellow 

Each show. Oh, thank you. Thank you. I noticed that Helen tried to pop in, and then she's popped out again. So I'm just gonna send her a quick text just to support her. So I put my head down. Yeah, thank you. I did accept her, but I'm not sure it worked. Fabulous. Okay, so let's move on then to some specific questions for Christina. First of all, I just want to open the floor to Joe or Melanie, if you have a particular question for Christina, if not, then I've got some other ones. But would either of you like to, to take this opportunity to,

 

to ask Christina and use us a bit of her knowledge and expertise?

 

Joanna Cates 

And I haven't got a specific question, because I'm like a blank canvas at the moment. So you can mold me into any shape that you want to, because realistically, I have been, I've been an accountant for over 20 years, and then had this turn of COVID turnaround, where I started writing when I started journaling and started writing, and published the book, and realized that that's the path that I want to follow. But where I probably lack is confidence in getting myself out there. So, you know, with podcasts be beneficial for me, even though I've, I say only I've got one book out now, but there's going to be more to follow.

 

Cristina Moyle 

Absolutely, absolutely anything. It's not just podcasting, but even a networking event, if you're part of a regular networking group, your confidence grows week by week by week that you spend time with those people and learning from the people within the group that you're in. So this is why this group's really great because people get to know each other, and you can practice even, you know, you've got your book, you need to practice have confidence in speaking about that book, this is a great space and a collection of women for you to be able to do that.

 

And practice, practice, practice, the more you do it, it will just become second nature to you. And you will grow and enjoy it. And you'll probably go on to be doing more than just one book, it will be the second book, and then maybe you'll coach people on how to become an author, and you'll find your way.

 

And that's something that you know, obviously I help people to find the product.

 

Danielle Earley 

Thank you. The wonderful thing, Joe from a fit for business point of view is that

 

Liz is extremely excited about the podcasts and is making this hurt her space. So she's going to be doing the interviews. And I think part of that confidence is having a great facilitator in Lisbon in holding that space. And we all know that Liz can do that amazingly well. So that's also nice to know that the podcast will be you know, it will be with Liz, it's going to feel very relaxed, it's going to be like a chitchat

 

with you know, with some questions from Liz, but you know, not not No, not structured, the only structure that we want is that we want to weave in a couple of songs, because we thought that would be quite fun. And keep it around, sort of the woman behind the business, you know, even just your introduction there about your journey from being an accountant to then writing your first book and where that's going. So, yeah, that that should help. And, and personally, for me, I think it being a podcast helps with the kind of showing up visually, you know, I'm very happy to walk into a room of facilitates, you know, a very large audience, but put me in front of a screen. And I think, Oh, you know, it's just a completely different energy for me. So I think the podcasts also nice way into getting confidence around what you're saying, without having to talk juggle, what you're saying, and some visuals and the video all together. And of course, we've got some tips in the next one of the other open mics around video, but I asked her a nice way to to build that you know the skills and the language that you want to do to represent yourself and often they're not recorded on video. So like today, we are speaking on a zoom. Often we would use different software to do that. So you're actually not face to face with people you can, you know, really put your I always think it's good to go into a podcast, or interviews a session with with some goals and some key goals that you want to get in there. But don't plan too much if you can just get to be your authentic self.

 

And sometimes you just got those couple of bits there each time. You can plan it plenty bit by bit and just adding another layer

 

Liz Goodfellow 

and talking about the different structures of podcasts that we're kind of we're referring to I have got a specific question. That was from Katie, Katie chittenden. Who you know, well, Christina, she's she's asking just your opinion on this and I guess it will vary, but she's saying that within a podcast is it better to have a kind of informal chitchat with the the interviewer and the

 

Cristina Moyle 

Interview a on a relevant topic, of course, or do you think that kind of question a more structured question and answer session is better? And I've got eight, there might not be one on what shows not because it depends on the person doing the interview.

 

And the style of the person doing the party, they're hosting your podcast, because they'll have their own style. And they will, they will be the one, you know, driving that questions, if it's the questions and answers you may get.

 

You may get a specific set of questions asked, which you want you want to start with, or it might be that you're quite naturally as a presenter as a host. Happy to get those questions out of people. And it really does vary depending on the topic.

 

And the person if it's if it's a business related podcast to do with numbers and tech things is a very separate set of questions that you'd be asking to

a stylist, for example, I think Katie's role, that would be more natural and would be more relaxed. Yes. Yeah. Brilliant. I think that the purpose behind the fit for business podcast is going to be about drawing out the best of the Wonder Woman that's being interviewed and making them feel comfortable, to share who they are, and what their businesses and to promote themselves. But also, we will always be mindful of our audience. And fit for business is passionate about learning and growing. So by drawing out the best of the Wonder Woman, we also want to educate and inspire our audience. So

 

that will be our kind of form. Yes. so I would, in that instance, I would prepare the show notes before having the interview so that you know, the history of that person, if they have written a book, what is the Book about write some notes on that? And when you're doing the interview with them, you've got your set questions about them.

 

Now, I would ask them for their origin story.

 

Liz Goodfellow 

Yeah, yeah. Lovely. I love I love that, again, that phrase origin story.

 

Melanie Blyth 

And Melanie, is there anything you'd like to ask? Yeah, I've got a few questions down. So I'll sort of I'm sure some of them will come up anyway. But yeah, I wondered about the best balance and kind of builds from what Liz was asking about the balance between how much you kind of personally, you put into a podcast, but your own story, and sort of how much you're maybe, you know, educate others on maybe your topic that you're passionate about? I mean, how, how you kind of balancing? Yeah, it's usually you can choose a split, you know, you can do like a 6040 split or an 8020 split, depending on your desired outcome for that podcast, and who's, who is actually hosting the podcast, because each person that hosts podcast will have a different audience or a different vibe. So you would do your homework before going to be interviewed, and have your own plan. And if it was, for example, Dominic, one of my presenters who is very corporate, you would have a completely different plan going in there, you'd be more about giving back value. And the new word about talking about your origin story. And he would pose questions around that the emphasis of the podcast is what?

 

Cristina Moyle 

really determine that? Yes, because it's different for you know, you can go in with a plan that you don't know what you're going to be asked, unless it's a very structured Podcast, where they say, These are the questions that we're going to ask you, could you prepare some answers for that? equally fine. But they're, again, they're just different types of podcasts, a different types of interview style. It's like Oprah, you know, you're not going to go there with with a set of questions, you know that she's going to get that out of you. But you go there with an expectation because you know, her style of interview techniques.

 

Melanie Blyth 

Thank you. And may I just ask a really basic question, which might be really silly. But what is the definition of a podcast? I mean, what's the kind of boundary is I guess I've been totally clear.

Cristina Moyle

A show is show is recorded and put out on air at a specific time. And will cover usually a geographical area. And a podcast is an internet based interview that is uploaded, that can be then listened to at a later date or downloaded, which is why a show will often become a podcast after it's aired.

 

Cristina Moyle 

Right? And a podcast can be then anything I mean, it could be a monologue or it or it can, can it as well as sort of like you're talking about having a facilitator or Interviewer And yes, it's anything really it's anything. So you have different categories.

 

So if you go into a podcast directory you may have, you usually will have to set your interests. So if you have interests in business, finance, you will be shown podcasts that are fit with that category with presenters that cover those topics, or it might be mental health. So if you if you're into mental health, then you would choose those categories and topics. And so you'd be shown podcasts in that category with those people. So it's like watching TV really, you know, you choose if you like drama, or better sci fi or, you know, like me, I do love vampire program.

 

All differs. So, again, podcasts get us a categorized, depending on the content within them.

 

Liz

Thank you. That was an excellent question, Melanie. Yes, it was actually on my list of questions. Anyway, it wasn't a silly question, because I think we intersperse into play the words of radio show podcast radio show. And and I'm not always completely clear on you know, what is the difference? So Christina is you have different audiences. So podcasts can just be or you can upload a podcast to a podcast provider. And that's and hope that someone comes across it. Whereas a radio show is very different. Because you have a specific time, you need to be on air, it's advertised in a very different way to a podcast, because you can just go to a podcast at any time. They're just there, they're listed or you wait for the next one to come out next week. But with a radio show, it's it's live.

 

Melanie Blyth 

 

leading on from that, then I'm just thinking about how you find podcasts and particularly like with funky media. So you know, if I if I want to go and you know, send someone to listen to one of liz´s  fit for business podcasts? Would they need to pick it up through funky media app? Or is there like a consolidated place where you can kind of search for them? How do people find what they want?

 

Cristina Moyle 

Yes you can see them on our Mobile application, on our funky media radio website, you'll see the list of podcasts and shows there and you can just choose them.

 

And also, you can download them, you can go to Google and search in Google podcasts, it comes up and Apple podcasts, it comes up, and you just search for the podcast and it will it will come up,

 

we have to put that there, you know, it's not didn't just appear, we have to do quite a lot of work to get those there. Which is why podcasts are so popular. And of course, in the last year or so there have been a lot of them. People created new ones.

 

However what we do slightly different because we're a radio station that creates the podcast, as well. So it's sort of like, you get a better chance of having more listeners, because you're on the radio as well as just the podcast list.

 

Yeah. Thank you. Sorry, Joe, to jump in.

 

Joanna Cates 

What I was gonna say is if you're carrying out an interview, and you've got someone who I'm, I would call myself an over thinker, how would you handle someone like me that wants to bring everything into the interview, rather than, you know, concentrate on, I suppose the structure of the interview, that's all down to who's interviewing you. And a lot of nations only.

 

Cristina Moyle 

They will have a timeline or structure it within themselves, you know, unless it's just a run free, but you know, we have a wonderful world of editing, podcasts are also is edited. Unless you are live sometimes, yes, sometimes? No, it depends, on the show.

 

in a sponsored podcast, and obviously we would get the ums and ums out, and the heavy breathing noises and things like that that's a little bit more involved. Is that, is that going to happen with our podcasts? Probably not to start with no, they get busier, this is how podcasts and start, they get more popular and then you could become a sponsor. And it grows and grows in some popularity at the beginning of the journey, but maybe later on.

 

That being said, if you waffled on for about 5 to 10 minutes, we might end up  editing, not many people waffle on too much because they've enjoying what they're doing. And they're there for a purpose. So you usually you've thought about it, you know what you're going into say? And if you go in with some clear goals, albeit tiny ones, it doesn't have to be a big script. You'll get what you need out of the experience as a host and also as the person being interviewed.

 

Joanna Cates 

Thank you.

 

Liz Goodfellow 

Happiness. Another question. Oh, sorry.

 

Danielle Earley 

Let's just do it.

 

Sorry, I was just gonna say, Joe, when you do the interview with Liz, it's not going out live. So it's recorded. So if if you literally just completely froze, this can just be started again, you know, so in terms of you know when you when you booked your slot with her so you know, you might even agree to do like a, let's just do a 10 minute warm through so I can kind of feel warm, get into the groove, and then you kind of relax, know, the sort of the butterflies start to settle down and you just realize Actually, it's just listen, I have an a chat. And then and then this can say right for kickoff, and you'll go Yeah, that's great. And then she can kick off. So just Just so you know, you've got that playability within the session as well. And it's new for us. So it's Yeah, and the butterflies, you know, this is the hardest bit, everyone gets the butterflies everyone. Even if it's your experience, you was getting a little butterfly, of all this happening, you know, and that's a good thing because it means you care, that that just shows that you that passion is there for what you're doing. And you're nervous about it, because it means something to you. So you know, it's always good to try and own that. And we all go through it, but me included, I get my butterflies and

 

Liz Goodfellow 

flip it around and use it for for what you're there for. Yeah, I think Yeah, just to reiterate, reiterate that Danielle and I, we have the adrenaline pumping, which is what causes the butterflies at the, you know, the beginning of all the events and things that we organize. And as Christina says, it's it's natural, and it actually brings out the best in us, it actually helps us ultimately to perform at our best. So don't worry, Joe, I will explain shortly, a bit more about what our podcast is going to look like just to give you a bit of a bit of a visual of kind of how it will work. But another question that came up, Christina, was, what are the rules for playing music on podcasts? You know, can you just play anything you want? from YouTube via your laptop? What are the rules,

 

Cristina Moyle 

that's called the copyright, you have to have a license to play music on line. Obviously, we have a license. So you're all right with us. And that's why it's a good idea to go through a setup process. If you are using music, you have to get the permission of the person's music. However, a lot of podcasters use instrumental.

 

And so you can do like an intro and outro with an instrumental. And in that case, it's a lot easier for music rights. But even if you've got a license, if you do a recording and put it out on Facebook, for example, they will mute it. There  are algorithms that pick it up.

 

Liz Goodfellow 

Yeah, brilliant. Thank you,

 

Cristina Moyle 

The Wonder Woman can give a song recommendation, through the app, there's a dedication area where you can request songs and things you can use that and then the request will come straight through to you for your podcast show.

 

Joanna Cates 

one question, what are we allowed to use? If they're recorded, these podcasts are recorded. And by, say, for instance, if I wanted to showcase my podcast off, as it just got to be contained within the fit for business group, or though it will appear on my radio station.

 

Cristina Moyle 

And it will also appear on all of our podcast areas. And the point of doing the podcast is to shout about you and how wonderful you are and how businesses. So you will hopefully keep sharing out your link to your podcast, which we will send in you have a dedicated link. And then you can see how many people are listening to it. And then maybe people are downloading it.

 

Liz Goodfellow 

Then Christine has got such an amazing professional setup. And you're explaining it so well for all of us, Christina, this is really, really helpful. Thank you very, if you don't understand it, it's don't really fit well. How does that work? You know,

 

Cristina Moyle 

I've tried to make it as easy for people as possible. So to listen to my podcast is so easy to do. And also we transcribe the podcast. So we have it written now underneath the podcast will be what you're saying transcribed. So that helps sets give you an example if you were on a train, for example. You didn't have your earphones and you didn't really want to listen to a podcast loud in front of everyone. You can actually just read the notes. You know, we find a lot of people do do, They read it rather than listen to it. And so we're set up for every eventuality. And in those notes is also the opportunity for you to put your links to your social media pages, your website, your book, if you read in a book where to purchase that from. So it's a good a good spot to put as much information in there as possible.

 

Danielle Earley 

I like the transcripts I like them for when you've heard something, and you're like, oh, that was a great quote, or I want to remember that book and you can't quite remember, then you can just glance down. So. Great. And then one final question for me. And is there any basic pieces of equipment Christina that you might recommend to people you have already to me, but Melanie and Joe's and our and our audiences benefit? If they you know, want to take part in podcasts regularly? What what movement can you have at home that just helps with quality? I would say the cheapest This is obviously, for pennies here for people it would be you might

 

Cristina Moyle 

Yeah, this is a Youmic , which you can get on Amazon, it's not much money at all. And in it is two microphones.

 

As you can see, cabling. So you plug this into the end of your mobile phone or into your computer. And this becomes your microphone. So you keep that nearer to you. And that will help you without having to invest in lots of equipment, obviously, or put your earphones in to help with the feedback. If you did want to spend a little bit more money and have a bit of fun with it, you can get this kind of setup, which is a sound shield, and a professional microphone. And then just blocks any wind or any bit that goes on to the microphone. And as you can hear, I'm not on top of it, I'm quite near it. It doesn't need to be right on top of you if you're in that situation and record the dound nicely, really nicely.

 

I love that it looks so professional. That setup is good. Yeah, it's great for a home set up, our studios is slightly different. We've got acoustic foam everywhere the walls.

 

This is sufficient for us, people that are working from home or we're doing a little podcast in the quiet from home, which is probably the best set up. Because if you're in offices, you've got busy noises behind you, then this is great. Plus, you're more relaxed, because you're on your own in your own environment. So you give a better a better podcast because you're not looking over your shoulder thinking about other people that might wandering most are doing the interview.

 

Great.

 

Liz Goodfellow 

Thank you very much. Does anyone else have any other questions? I have another one Actually, yeah. And I just went on mute because I just downloaded your app

 

Cristina Moyle 

Anyway, it's that easy to download if anyone wants to do that. But Should I tell you why that happens? This is a funny story. I was in a networking event. And I said to everybody, could you download my app as part of my pitch? And I knew then who had done it because immediately not everyone wants to hear? No, but normally I don't have that I turn that setting off. But it doesn't play automatically. I can choose if it goes on or off. I chose to do that for a networking group for fun.

 

Melanie Blyth 

Right, good. Yeah. But um, I know, my question was really, I guess it's a bit broad, but just, you know, what makes a really great podcast from I guess the, you know, from our perspective, what can we do? or What advice would you give so that we can help to, you know, being rather than newbies generally at this, but what advice would you give us so that we can make it as great as possible for the last thing, you've got to enjoy it. Okay, you've got to enjoy it. If you enjoy what you're doing, it comes through whether that's visually or vocally, you can hear it in your voice if you're if you're enjoying what you're up to. And, and try and give value. Try and give something back to the listener that will help them and solve a problem for them.

 

Cristina Moyle  

And that will get people more hooked because they think Oh, actually, I've learned something from that. I find that really interesting. I'll look forward to listening to the next episode.

 

Joanna Cates 

ties in beautifully, doesn't it less with the learning angle? Fourth it for business? Yeah, really nice. Really nice. Anything else from you, J? No, I think I'm going to not think about it too much today. Get on with my work that get off my chapters. And then I think I'm planning to

 

Liz Goodfellow 

You in a few weeks time alter why you are. So that, that leads me that leads us on brilliantly just to my opportunity to tell our audience everybody who will be watching this video a little bit more about the fit for business podcast. So, you know, Danielle, and I well, and you know, it's well enough to know that there will be a bit of a structure, but I'm sure you can guess what that structure is, there'll be a bit of a warm up a bit of a workout and a bit of a cooldown to the podcast and for our listeners. But the show is mostly about featuring you, our Wonder Women, and it will be an opportunity for you to share your business and what you do and why you are passionate about that. And that will form part of the warm up. And I will ask you a couple of questions to draw out your one woman story. So I will support you in telling in telling your story. And then there will be a chance for a song to be played that will that will have been chosen by our interviewee. Okay, and you'll have time before the podcast, I will have asked you I will have given you some preparation questions and time to do this. So you won't be asked on the spot. Okay. Then, as part of our workout, we will ask our Wonder Woman to share some knowledge, some tips, some inspiration to add that value that Christina has just talked about to our audience. So whatever your business expertise are, or if you're a writer, Joe, you know, what do you think makes good writing and a good story, you can share your ideas around that.

 

And as part of the workout, I will also ask you about our fit for business values. Network, learn, grow, community and connection, we will ask what which one of those values most resonates with you and why. And we'll just have a little chat about that.

 

And then it will be the cooldown. And to start off the cooldown, I will play some music. And it will it will help to kind of

 

bring bring the atmosphere down to a to a calm but kind of inspirational.

 

Not many not meditative mode, but it will be some music that's kind of Yeah, deeply reflective also. And as part of the call down from our kitbag, we'll be sharing a call down kitbag tool for our audience, just something that I will talk talk everybody through that will take part in, and then they'll be the clothes. So there'll be a mixture of talking your personal story, sharing some learning some music, a tool, a tool from fit for business for our audience, and then the cooldown. So that's just to give you a flavor of what it's going to be. And the whole thing should be about 60 minutes about an hour. And, you know, we will evolve over time, you know that this is new for us. So we will, we will see how it goes. And we will reflect and learn and grow. And we'll take advice from Christina and get her feedback as well you know what's working well, and it will be an evolution, but that's where we're going to begin. Okay, so when our women sign up through our link in the kit bag to book their podcast session with me, I will then email you a little overview of what to expect and the kind of questions I'm going to ask you and ask for your music choice. So that I can get that ready. So you'll know what to expect. And then it will just be you and me having a chat via zoom, it's recorded. It's uploaded to something called otter, which Christina has supported me with that transcribes the podcast in text form, but it's also the the audio recording, and then that gets sent to Christina. And then she does her magic at her end. And the podcast will be available and we'll have the links to share, etc. Okay, so that that's the format.

Cristina Moyle 

The only other thing that we are asked is that with the links, you supply links to all of your socials, your websites, if you don't have a website, obviously we can create one for you or you could create one yourself on our funky media website builder and then we'll link it all back together and you know you share that out.

 

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