It’s finally here.
Ladies and gentlemen: It’s the Digital Well Publisher Podcast.
After a lot of thinking, prodding, and pushing myself to finally JUST DO IT, I finally recorded my first podcast. I’m ashamed to say that I got so involved in the details of trying to make a perfect podcast, like finding the right music, making podcast art, and trying to find the perfect podcast hosting service, that I have quite literally lost weeks and who knows how many potential subscribers.
I went to a one day podcast conference here in Orlando, FL in late December. The one thing that everyone told me was that the first episode will be the worst, particularly as your skills improve.
However that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t give it a listen. I actually think the content is very valuable.
For now, you can listen to it right here on the blog. In a couple weeks, it should also be available via Itunes and Stitcher. That way you will be able to subscribe to it on your phone or computer.
In the meantime, let me know what you think of episode 1!
I hope this inspires you to move forward in making your dream of writing a book that changes the world a reality.
Halona transitioned into writing about health and wellness after having surgery for uterine fibroids. She turned to blogging once again, sharing her personal journey towards learning how to cook healthy meals, addressing body image issues, and creating a self care regimen. The blog turned into her first best selling book, “Loving My Fibroids Away: A 10-Day Detox Plan.”
Today, Halona combines her love for healthy food and wellness in an online magazine – GarlicAndLemonsMag.com. She shares recipes and healthy living tips for women age 40+. She also advises natural health brands and fellow independent creators on personal brand development, content strategy, and book publishing via DigitalWellPublisher.com.
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