Fri, 16 April 2021
Today's Friday episode is a little bit different than normal. There are two major points of value in this episode. First, is the lesson that when you take the step to reach out to others for help or advice you just never know where it will take you. Second, are some practical tips about how to start your own podcast for your own form of off-farm income.
The way this all started is that a young lady named Ashley Elsbernd, who is currently a junior at South Winneshiek High School, reached out to Warren Clark of AgPR Media for advice about starting her own podcast to profile the projects and accomplishments of her fellow FFA members. Warren then referred her to me to see if I could help her.
Instead of just trading some emails and answering some of her questions, I decided to have Ashley on the show and have her interview me. This forced her to think up questions that she wanted answers to, and it took her way out of her comfort zone. However, by the time it was all said and done, Ashley had completed her first-ever podcast interview, and she had the experience to take her deeper into her project. Oh, and she and any of you who are interested had information that could help you to develop your own podcast as your form of off-farm income.
I hope this was both helpful and entertaining for all of you.
Direct download: OFI_1047__What_Can_Happen_When_You_Reach_Out_To_Others_For_Their_Expertise.mp3
Category:farming -- posted at: 12:30am MST