Editor’s note: This post was originally published on March 26, 2014. We’re running it today to once again share these important podcast interview best practices with you.
That is my number one goal for every podcast interview I conduct.
(And there are a lot of them, including this one you might be familiar with.)
It’s a hard feeling to achieve, because most interviews last a pre-determined amount of time.
And almost without fail, the people I’ve interviewed have had far more to say than I’ve had time to get them to say it. (If you’ve ever conducted an interview, I’m sure you can relate.)
This means the pressure is on us to lead the interview in a way that ensures nothing essential goes left unsaid.