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7 Lessons From Interviewing Podcast Guests #1862
September 19, 2021

In episode #1862, Neil and Eric talk about their main takeaways from interviewing podcast guests. Having been at it for eight or nine years, they know a thing or do. Tune in to hear some of these golden nuggets

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  • [00:25] Today’s topic: 7 Lessons From Interviewing Podcast Guests
  • [00:34] #1: Get a window into how your guest thinks about things.
  • [01:21] #2: If guests don’t give the meat and potatoes of their experience, you won’t have a good interview.
  • [02:01] #3: Do a lot of research and find out what they’re passionate about.
  • [02:27] #4: Find previous interviews to get a feeling of what they talk about. 
  • [02:50] #5: Ask what you can do for your guest at the end of the show.
  • [03:49] #6: Interview people with followings because that will help you.
  • [04:17] #7: Remember to repurpose your content
  • [04:51] That’s it for today!
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