Able Business Radio
From their listing in iTunes: If you are looking for 1 percent improvements that add up to big results, this is the place for you. Every week, we learn about simple systems and tools that will help you build the business and life you’ve always wanted. Are you buried in email? Zack will tell you how to dig your way out. Is technology holding you captive? Zack will help you evaluate your digital tools so they actually help you get stuff done. Learn everything about time management, productivity, and getting things done (GTD). This weekly podcast teaches you tips, techniques, and habits for fighting procrastination, increasing your focus with the Pomodoro technique, journaling, automation, documentation, and delegation. You will also find out the best ways to manage your to-do list, calendar, passwords, files, folders and paperless documents.
Check out the website at https://zacharysexton.com
The audio sounded good, and the intro let you know exactly what you were getting into. Then you introduced your guest without telling us why he was on the show. You explained after you introduced him. Usually, you explain why someone is on the show, and the introduction ends with their name.
Unfortunately, your guest decided to be interviewed in what appears to be the bathroom or a large cave. If this happens, and you are using skype, try having them install skype as an app on their phone. You will get less echo, and they can connect via wi-fi.
I noticed midway through the part we listened to where you audio got louder and louder to the point where I almost reached for the volume knob (which is bad, you want people to press start and just listen, not ride the volume knob).
In the end, the guest somewhat started the interview in a direction. Was it the direciton you wanted? We're not sure. You started y asking asked a very open ended, "Tell us about your background" guestion. Give him a smaller target. Help him get to the content your audience wants to hear, "How did you get into productivity coaching?"
I thought your show notes looked amazing and would be a great resource for the podcast.