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On Troublesome Radio
Troublesome Radio focuses on travel, business, women, you name it. The guest list is a who’s who of people online that are going places. It really is the podcast for troublemakers.
Kyle’s guests are bright and experienced. That tracks, because Kyle’s an experienced guy himself.
He’s written an excellent book, King’s Code, on getting control of your options with women. I highly recommend it, regardless of whether you want to be a family man or a playboy.
My Experience on Troublesome Radio
The experience was definitely a positive one. Kyle’s a great guy to work with, very professional.
I’m honored to have been invited on.
I don’t invite myself onto other people’s podcasts just like I don’t invite myself to write on someone’s site. No one owes me anything, and I’m grateful for these appearances.
I also tried not to hog the microphone, at least as well as I could. The speakers on the laptop I made the call from made that difficult at times.
If you’re ever invited on Troublesome Radio, I wholeheartedly recommend it. I was new to the medium of podcasting, but Kyle did a great job and made it a smooth experience.
Here’s a brief run down of what we covered. Screen cap from This is Trouble.
The Medium of Podcast
I’ve thought about doing podcasts and decided against it. I always assumed doing a podcast was like doing a video without the visual.
I was wrong.
Before, I had an appreciation for listening to podcasts. Now I have an appreciation for podcasting. The experience of creating is much different than the experience of consuming. I should’ve known this, but it didn’t register.
I’ll be doing some podcasting of my own in the future. I’m very happy with how this podcast turned out, but I want to sharpen my skill with this medium.
More from Troublesome Radio and This Is Trouble
If this is your first exposure to Kyle’s work, here’s some more to read and listen to.
This post is an excellent look at preventing princess syndrome.
This post resonates with me – you’ve got to bleed to succeed.
If you’ve got any questions or suggestions for a podcast, let me know in the comments below.