Podcast formats for coaches and consultants


In this episode, I'm going to talk about easy podcast formats for coaches and consultants. Let's explore different options that you can consider.

Solo Episodes

The easiest way to get started with your podcast is by recording short solo episodes where you share tips and advice with your listeners. These episodes don't need to be long. Check out Pam Kaufman's podcast, "Lessons in Resilience," which features episodes that are around six or seven minutes long. Another example is Amanda Oh's podcast, "Career Espresso," with episodes around the 10-minute mark.

Co-Hosted Conversations

Co-hosted episodes involve having a conversation with another person. You can team up with a friend, colleague, or even a client who works in a similar field. Co-hosting a podcast brings a fun dynamic to the show, takes the pressure off you, and allows you to split the workload. Keep in mind that coordinating schedules can be a challenge. A great example of a co-hosted podcast is "Self Care Club," hosted by Lauren and Nicole. They explore various self-care advice and trends, bringing their friendship and great connection to the recordings.

Case Study Podcast

The case study podcast format involves featuring a guest who becomes the subject of discussion. You can conduct remote or in-person interviews with them, or you can discuss the case study alone. Anonymity can be maintained by altering the identifying details. A fantastic example of this format is Esther Perel's podcast, "Where Should We Begin?" As a psychotherapist, she conducts anonymous interviews with therapy clients seeking couples counselling.

When it comes to deciding what is best for you and your business, consider the different podcast formats discussed above and choose the one that aligns best with your style and audience.


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