Work With Emily
PODCASTING RESOURCES & COACHING
I'm going to tell it to you straight: while podcasting might be *hot* right now, it's not a fad.
There are over 50 million YouTube channels, and only around 660,000 podcasts currently. 80% of people recently polled listen to all or most of each podcast episode as well, which is more than what we can say for most videos at the moment. Podcasts are easy to consume on the go while driving, commuting, walking, cooking or doing chores around the house.
On top of all of that, podcasts build enormous trust with your audience. No matter your niche or area of business, there are people out there who want to listen to what you have to say. Thinking about it: you're being given the opportunity to speak directly into someone's ear and basically use storytelling to capture their attention. It's the next-best solution to being in-person with your listeners and you can offer them incredible value and impact their lives in the most incredible ways.
Late September 2017, a girlfriend and I committed to starting a podcast together, but had absolutely zero clue where to start. We launched my first podcast, Fit & Nourished Mind, with my co-host less than 6 weeks later, and when our businesses started to move in different directions, I took the leap and launched my current podcast, Room to Grow, on my own the same day our joint podcast ended, and it's been the single best decision I've made for my business.
So, are you thinking you might want to launch one of your own? It can feel overwhelming, and even though you've talked about it for ages, it keeps getting pushed farther down the to-do list.
I've got good news and bad news for you: the good news is that it's never too late, and there's never been a better time to dive in. The bad news? Your podcast isn't going to create itself if you don't make it a priority. That's where I can help with my brand new Launch Like A Pro Podcasting program.
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LIFESTYLE & NUTRITION COACHING
You can build the business, create the podcast, and do ALL the things! But if you aren’t taking care of you, you’re not going to get very far.
I can almost feel you brushing me off, because it feels like who has time for all of that?
Here’s the thing: food doesn’t have to be nearly as hard as it can often feel. More importantly, your battles with food are rarely about the actual food itself.
I spent years trying all the diets, detoxes and cleanses I could get my hands on, only to end up bingeing on the very foods I was trying to avoid. Being overly restrictive wasn’t working for me, and I finally started to learn the tools, the science and the mindset shifts behind changing my relationship with food in a positive way.
Figuring out how to eat is about establishing your own unique set of guidelines specific to you, your body and your lifestyle, along with making it sustainable and still being able to eat the foods you love without any kind of punishment. This is how you’re able to get long term results, and learning to love the process and the journey along the way.
Let’s be honest, our health is not a destination. We’re in a very long term, intimate relationship with our bodies and for true success, we need to be able to learn how to handle what life throws at us and navigate learning to change the way we look at food and ourselves from a place of compassion rather than constantly trying to punish ourselves for having that extra morsel of food or starting some new diet every Monday that isn’t going to last or be any more successful than the last one we attempted.
Our bodies work so hard to serve us every single day. Are you ready to show yourself some love and learn how to figure out your own personal body blueprint?