Podcasting Secrets & Successful Customer Communication with Former Classic Rock DJ Jimmy McKay

Ever heard someone talk nonstop for hours? They could be talking about the silliest things in the world but you can’t seem to realize that and still want more. Aaron’s guest Jimmy McKay will give us privy on how we can enthrall an audience, the right audience for that matter, and become a successful communicator. Jimmy is a former PT turned classic rock DJ, and now a podcasting host of not just one, but three shows. He joins Aaron for a virtual drink and talks about making the big jump despite not knowing the destination. They discuss why being a misfit is not so bad as it can lead you to your destiny. Tune in and join the fun, and if you’re planning to set up your own podcasting show, pay attention to the valuable points he’s shared from startup to finish.

 

“Listen like your audience talks. Talk like your audience listens.”

Jimmy McKay

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In This Episode:

  • How you can heal people’s pain without touching them 
  • How to deal with people who are not in your corner
  • The formula for success and the elements to it
  • What does hitting the pause button mean for a DJ 
  • There’s more to being an effective communicator than just knowing what to say
  • Why podcasting is so useful when it comes to sharing information 
  • How to monetize a blank space
  • Design your target audience and talk to people who want to listen to you
  • Why you need to know the people you’re talking to

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About The Author

Aaron LeBauer

Aaron LeBauer PT, DPT, LMBT started a 100% cash based physical therapy practice right after graduation. He's on a mission to save 100 million people from unnecessary surgery & enjoys helping passionate therapists build successful businesses without relying on insurance.

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