4 Websites That Will Help You Land A Podcast Interview

Reaching out to podcast hosts can be a difficult task. You may have reached out to the host at one point but never heard back. Worse, you may not even know who to reach out to.

The good news is that plenty of websites will help you share your message with the world.

Knowing what these sites are will help you get on a podcast show. Today, I want to help you find great podcasts to share your message on.

We’ll look at 4 different websites that help you become a guest on a podcast.

4 Websites That Will Help You Land A Podcast Interview


I’ve been using PodMatch for months. They’ve been a great tool to share my message about leadership, personal development, and Reel Leadership.

Every day, they give you four matches that you can review. You can either accept them or reject the match.

A Few Of My Favorite Things

Do you ever wonder what your favorite bloggers enjoy? What hobbies, sports, toys, or books?

I wonder this often and thought I’d answer this question for you guys today.

So what are a few of my favorite things? Read on to find out.

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Image via JD Hancock

This is going to be an eclectic list, broken down by categories. So, here they are.

My Favorite Blogs

Michael Hyatt: Intentional Leadership – Michael is a top-notch leader and authority on platform building.

Brad Lonenick – He’s the head honcho of the Catalyst Leadership Conference. A man you should be following.

Smart Passive Income with Pat Flynn – There’s no one better when it comes to helping you build a passive income stream than Pat.

Art Of Non-Comformity – If you’re looking at non-conformity, this site is for you. Chris shares excellent insights into living a life less than normal.

A Chance To Win Open By Craig Gross

I’m excited to see Craig Gross releasing his new book Open. In Open, you’ll discover why honest, forgiving, caring, consistent, and respectful dialogue within a group dynamic strengths the whole group.

Take the quiz below to find out how Open you really are. Once you’ve taken the quiz, continue reading to discover how you can win a free autographed copy of the book.

Alright, here it is, your chance to win a copy of this great book. What do you need to do?

1. Share this post via Twitter.

2. Leave a comment answering why being Open is important to you.

I’ll randomly choose a winner on August 30th and announce the winner in the monthly blog recap post.

6 Books Leaders Should Read By The End Of The Year

I find myself reading quite a bit these days. I’m trying to find a balance between fiction and non-fiction titles but have found myself still leaning heavily towards non-fiction books. This probably has to do with my desire to continue to grow as a leader. I hope you have the same desire.

If you have the desire to continue learning, I’ve put together a great list of 6 books every leader should read by the end of the year. Each of these books have a special place in my leadership journey. I hope they’ll find a place in yours as well.

Quiet: The Power Of Introverts In A World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain – In Quiet (Book review), Susan teaches us why introverts are important. You’ll discover the secret power of introverts and the ways introverts can improve your organization.