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011 Social Media, my 4 Hour Work Week Journey, Cliff Ravenscraft Interview

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Of all the episodes I’ve done so far, this is (in my opinion), THE most exciting. This is one of those that you don’t want to miss. Here are the things that are covered:Excitement

I answer Tai’s questions about Social Media, how to get traffic using Social Media and what hashtags are.

I invite you to join me on a 4 hour workweek Journey. It’s an exciting concept. I’m looking for people to join my “4-hour workweek club”, where we read the book – The Four Hour Workweek. I hadn’t realized this when I recorded the episode, but there’s a new expanded edition of the book with a bunch more resources. I just ordered it myself and it’s the one that I recommend for you to get because it comes with a bunch of new resources and templates.

The idea is simple:

  1. First, let me know that you are committing to joining me on this journey by leaving a comment and/or calling the hotline and saying “I’m In”. The number is (888) 835 – 2414.
  2. Grab a copy of the book
  3. We read the book together, according to the schedule I will talk about in the Next Episode (Thursday)
  4. We will be sharing our experiences with each other, including our successes AND failures and will encourage each other along the journey.

Lastly, I go into part one of an interview with Cliff Ravenscraft, A.K.A. the Podcast Answer Man from This is probably the most exciting interview so far and you will notice Cliff’s passion for his topic. You will also hear about his experience and learn about why podcasting is such an exciting thing to do.

Whether you want to podcast or not, you WANT to listen to this one. Here are some of the main tips Cliff says can help you to have a successful podcast:

  1. The first thing you NEED to do when starting a podcast (or really any other business) is ask yourself the following question – What is my purpose?
  2. When selecting a topic, BE SPECIFIC!
  3. Do what you are passionate about, not just what will make you money!

Resources Mentioned in the Interview

There’s A LOT more coming in part 2 of this interview, which will go live on Thursday. In that part, Cliff goes into the nuts and bolts of HOW to start an amazing podcast. He even talks about how to start one with no budget whatsoever.

Make sure to come back and check it out.

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7 Responses to “011 Social Media, my 4 Hour Work Week Journey, Cliff Ravenscraft Interview”

  1. Tai March 30, 2011 at 6:41 am #

    Leslie, I just wanted you to know that I was listening to this at work and on the way home I was so excited that I stopped and bought 4HWW and Crush It. “I’m In!” I have listened to the 4HWW on audio but it’s great to have the book to refer back to certain pages. This is a great idea and I look forward to the next podcast. Wait! I didn’t even get a chance to finish this podcast because I was so excited. Let me do that now. :-)

    • Leslie Samuel March 30, 2011 at 9:49 am #

      That’s AWESOME Tai,

      Glad to have you on board. It should be a very interesting (and fun) experience. LETS DO IT!

  2. John March 31, 2011 at 11:09 am #

    Count me in! Awesome!

    • Leslie Samuel March 31, 2011 at 5:24 pm #

      Great to hear John. Looking forward to seeing your progress :)

  3. Antoinette January 25, 2014 at 2:27 am #

    This is great! IS this for free? Sorry if I escaped something :D


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