In episode 5 of season 2 of Podcaster Stories, I sit down with Nate Garrison of The EXTRAordinary Podcast.
The EXTRAordinary Podcast profiles ordinary people living extraordinary lives, who adhere to a lifestyle by design mindset.
Topics up for discussion this week include:
- how Nate’s show evolved from being a co-hosted show into a solo host
- how the show came about from a personal development program that Nate created, the 8 Keys 2 Great
- how Covid changed the way he records and plans his show
- how he used to identify cities and advertise he was coming that way, to find guests for his show
- how Nate identifies what he feels would make an interesting guest for his show and listeners
- why he adheres to a lifestyle by design mindset
- why Covid has seen both a positive and negative change in personal behaviours
- how our lives have the chance to be redefined post-Covid
- what the 18 month rule is for podcasting, and why he uses it
- the two episodes that stand out for him
- how his endurance sports lifestyle prepares him for handling disappointment in life
- the moment he found he needed to step away from corporate life
- why you should judge success by how your life meets your actual needs, versus your material successes
- how his goal is to gain something from every guest he interviews
- his plans for scaling his podcast, and why he’s looking forward to getting back to in-person interviews
- why he has no interest in interviewing celebrities and uber-successful people
- why meaningful conversations make for the best podcasts
- why his biggest piece of advice for podcasters is to be consistent
- why his parents are his heroes
Settle back for an enlightening talk about making and living by your own rules.
Connect with Nate:
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The following transcript has been created using an automated service, so may not be 100% accurate.