7 recording attempts later, I created this podcast trailer. It doesn't quite follow the traditional outline. But it does show exactly what to expect.
So I guess that works? Right?
A Note On Transcriptions – In the interest of simplicity, I'm using Descript* to make podcast publishing as easy as possible.
This means that sometimes the transcript won't match what I'm saying and sometimes it'll be hilariously different (tag me on Twitter telling me the funniest transcription you've found).
I'm Jonathan Stewart.Speaker:
And I'm a simplicity specialist and this is a trailer for theSpeaker:
simplicity specialist podcast.Speaker:
Also, this is the seventh time I've recorded this podcast.Speaker:
Because I have to be very specific I have to tell you who I am.Speaker:
I have to talk about the fact that I am a certified national consultant so you canSpeaker:
trust me and how I support business owners to create a business that works for them.Speaker:
I spent quite a lot of time editing and re-editing this so that it flowsSpeaker:
correctly because you don't have enough attention to listen to what I'm saying.Speaker:
According to the advice.Speaker:
And as you can possibly tell, I might be being minutely sarcastic.Speaker:
Because I find business advice like this although often comingSpeaker:
from the best possible place.Speaker:
Sometimes just feels more complicated.Speaker:
Then it needs to be because for me, I naturally can talk for forever andSpeaker:
so I'm coming here to talk to you.Speaker:
Because if you are disillusioned and frustrated by the generalized businessSpeaker:
advice that never seems to fit you.Speaker:
And perhaps you're feeling just that little bit.Speaker:
Worry that there's something wrong with you.Speaker:
that you'll come here and discover.Speaker:
That there's another way So if this sounds like something you'll be interested in.Speaker:
Feel free to join me at simplicity-specialist.com/podcast.Speaker:
Where, we'll explore finding simplicity by working with yourself