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Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
Finding Your Voce
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Finding Your Voce

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  • 1. Finding your voice
  • 2. About the presenter… Mark Linder Entrepreneur, Foreign Currency Trader, Investor and former Fortune 500 executive. Early Podcaster featured on PodShow/Mevio since their beta days. Speaker at 2008 SXSW and last years New Media Expo. Independent producer of podcasts for a variety of organizations. Has worked on a many New Media projects one of which included heading the team which brought Barack Obama to Second Life. Based in Dallas, Texas, he currently produces three podcasts for Mevio, operates Internet Radio Stations and has a soon to be released in print, audio book. email me at mb@bsmkl.com mbl on Twitter and Pownce e2kplanet on Skype
  • 3. Finding your voice is a journey Lesson One: In the beginning…life is good
  • 4. Life is good… Because in the beginning, no one cries over broken eggs… (because, most likely…no one will notice)
  • 5. In the beginning, everything is simple • Do what you like • Do what you know but…
  • 6. Simple? Do what is sustainable.
  • 7. The Voice Unsustained is no longer a voice • Podfade: When a podcast begins putting out episodes more and more sporadically and at greater intervals. Typically begins with only one episode missed, but if a podcast isn't careful, it can compound, sometimes as severe as one podcast every other month. Podfade often leads to podcast death. Many podcasts deny their podfade until it is too late. http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=podfade
  • 8. Finding your voice, is a journey e lac y our P e y n ding r n u e, Fi Jo Voic e our y Th ing d In the beginning, Fin life is good
  • 9. Your Voice May Need some…err…Change Lesson Two: Talk to others about your ideas, your show & your content. Get feedback and even *Gulp* ask your listeners.
  • 10. The journey is constant change e lac y our P e y n ding r n u e, Fi Jo Voic e our y Th ing d In the beginning, Fin g e life is good n a c h
  • 11. Get out of your comfort zone “send a messenger to Caesar, and ask for instructions as we have marched off the map…” Roman Republic Legend
  • 12. A fork in the road is… a good thing Lesson Three: Don’t be afraid to change gears. It takes a bit of time and several episodes to find your voice.
  • 13. Your voice may become, something completely different Car Trip Characters and Stories Childhood Tales Campfire Yarns and Spooky Stories Local and Urban Legends Gophers and New Characters Audio Book
  • 14. Your voice will evolve e lac y our P e y e n ding v r F in l u o o oice, J rV e v e u h g yo T din e g In the beginning, Fin n life is good a ch
  • 15. And Your voice is refined with time e lac y our P e y e n ding v r F in l u o o oice, J rV e v e u h g yo T din e g In the beginning, Fin n life is good a ch time
  • 16. Quality, quality, quality • Lesson Four: Quality of production and content is a big part of your voice.
  • 17. Quality changes everything e lac e y rP e g you lv n din o r n v u e, Fi e Jo Voic e our y Th ing d g e In the beginning, Fin n life is good a quality ch time
  • 18. The final lesson Lesson Five: It’s ok to get discouraged, but never ever give up. Yes I can! Yes I can!
  • 19. The journey is worth it
  • 20. Lessons learned… Lesson One: In the beginning…life is good Lesson Two: Talk to others about your ideas, your show & your content. Get feedback and even *Gulp* ask your listeners. Lesson Three: Don’t be afraid to change gears. It takes a bit of time and several episodes to find your voice. Lesson Four: Quality of production and content is a big part of your voice. Lesson Five: It’s ok to get discouraged, but never ever give up.
  • 21. The rewards are all yours…it is your voice! e lac e y rP e g you lv n din o r n v u e, Fi e Jo Voic e our y Th ing d g e In the beginning, Fin n life is good a quality ch time
  • 22. Questions?
  • 23. 2004 2006 2008 Enjoy the journey!
  • 24. Thank You For Coming!
  • 25. credits • “A Little Voice” by Violet and Joey (1979 21st Century Education, Inc) • Teja @ Videlnebula for the baby faces ☺ • www.urbandictionary.com • Wikipedia • Bedtime Stories My Kids Love

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