On learning to listen, from Alicia Kennedy of From the Desk of Alicia Kennedy Podcast.
Thank you Alicia! To ask open questions is a huge one, it’s a good tool to get the conversation going.
Love your advice on curiosity!
Thank you, Alicia!!
Love this article, very insightful, thank you!
Its a very informative tutorial. I am writer and proof reader at printerloop.com . It is very beneficial for employer to conduct a best interview. Thanks for this worth sharing words.
Great advice, Alicia! Thank you for sharing. I love the part about the guest having a spirit of generosity. That has reaffirmed my decision to not interview a guest I had asked, who kept procrastinating on doing the interview, even though I gave them many opportunities to back out. Instead, they just kept postponing it until, I said, maybe we should leave it this time? They had no real interest in it as you said and hadn't even listened to a previous one. I'm so glad I listen to this today!
Great advice, Alicia. A good conversation is so important. I listened to a Twiggy podcast with Ronnie Woods and she was so good at the art of conversation, There is another podcast I listen to and the guy has good guests, but he answers his own questions and they can hardly ever get a word in edgeways. He also alternates Um and You Know into just about every sentence. I persevere most of the time because the info is great, but I cringe all the way through :D
Thank you Alicia! This is fabulous advice and ones that will be taken to heart as I gear up for my first interview. I feel better prepared!
Fantastic tips on getting the interview started. I love that question.
Liked your conducting a great interview a lot. Some heralded food newsletter writers are praised for including non-food subjects in their publications. Food is, afterall, a reflection of and part of culture, values, personal lives, and philosophy. What do you think about that?
1 question, do you have a substack newsletter and a podcast separately? or are the podcast and the substack the same thing?