Podcasting is more than just a radio program; it’s a platform that enables individuals to discuss any subject that is relevant to them or to share their life experiences.
In today’s podcast episode we feature Genesis Amaris Kemp, a visionary life coach, motivational speaker, and author. She shares her podcasting journey, structure, and tips for fellow podcasters and how she ended up with 650 episodes.
“If you know what you’re passionate about when it comes to your podcast and you know the mission, the big ‘why’ behind your show, that’s going to help you build momentum and keep on going.”
Genesis Amaris Kemp is a Visionary Life coach, Motivational Speaker, and Author.
A Firecracker and “Mindset Hacker” a force to be reckoned with.
Genesis is a woman that empowers others to speak up for themselves. Yes, it may be challenging; yes, it may hurt. But in the long run, she desires to encourage others to help those who may not have a voice. She is a trailblazer who wants others to live out their dreams, goals, and visions. We all have been given an excellent purpose in life. It is up to us to walk it out and live victoriously!
She is multifaceted and multidimensional that cannot be contained in a box or compartmentalized.
In this Episode
[01:42] About Genesis and her work as a visionary life coach.
[3:46] Genesis started podcasting in November 2020, after losing her father due to medical negligence.
[06:49] The reason why Genesis called her show Gems.
[10:05] As long as you are transparent, you are authentic and someone is going to resonate with you.
[10:52] Genesis shares how she ended up with 650 episodes.
[13:24] If you know what you’re passionate about when it comes to your podcast and you know the mission, the big ‘why’ behind your show, that’s going to help you build momentum and keep on going.
[14:58] Genesis shares tips and takeaways that she got in her last two years of creating content.
- Make sure that you set clear expectations upfront for yourself as well as your guests.
- Before you actually hit recording, check the internet signal strength.
- Check the audio quality.
- Ask your guests for feedback.
- Whenever you get ready to go into a new episode, make sure you’re in a good mental space.
- Be respectful of someone’s time.
- When someone collaborates with you, make sure you’re sharing the content with them.
[20:02] Change the “ME” tool to “WE” and see what’s in it for us.
[22:51] Genesis shares the structure that she is using in her podcast.
[25:36] “I focus my podcast on three core pillars, which are to educate, inspire, and motivate.” – Genesis
If you want to be a podcaster, you have to find out what you are good at. What topics can you share that you’re confident about? Also, make sure that you know what you’re saying and your workflow works for you.
Genesis developed a workflow that works for her and allows her to enjoy what she is doing. She created three pillars that made her listeners become educated, inspired, and motivated after listening.
Find out what you’re good at, use Genesis tips and think about what you want your audience to take away after listening.
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