Nov 24, 2019
The image we present as podcast hosts is always different than how we actually are as humans. Some of this is done on purpose, but because our podcasts are planned out and edited (or should be), it's easy for people to think we're better at organizing messages and delivering them than we actually are.
Like standup comics, we plan things. And we tweak our messages (and perfect them) before they're delivered to people.
If you want to have real rapport and connection with the people who listen to your podcast, you have to let them know that you make mistakes too.
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