In the last couple of years have been asked to be a guest on a few different podcasts and at this point you may be thinking “what is a podcast?”
For those that aren’t familiar with the term, here’s the definition:
  1. 1.
    a digital audio file made available on the Internet for downloading to a computer or mobile device, typically available as a series, new instalments of which can be received by subscribers automatically.
  1. 1.
    make (a digital audio file) available as a podcast.
There are thousands of podcasts on every subject and interest you can think of. Some are daily, weekly, fortnightly, monthly and some every now and then when the creator can be bothered to release them!

I’ve been regularly listening to podcasts for a few years now on all sorts of subjects from comedy to philosophy and entertainment to business and often have one playing while cooking.

Back to the point in hand of the shows I was a guest on.

One show was called Bridechillas which is all about wedding planning. (It’s now called Bridechillas but was called the “Save The Date”podcast at the time I appeared on there). I was asked questions about my wedding business and what types of things I do to make the day special for the couples I work with, so one way of finding out more about how I work is to listen to this. Here’s the episode I featured in:

Another show is called “12 Minute Convos”with a guy named Engel Jones based in Trinidad who interviewed 1001 people around the world in the space of 3 months from all different professions and walks of life and the only thing they all had in common was that they were under 12 minutes in duration.


The third of the podcasts is one aimed at DJs that want to improve their skills called “The Online DJ”:

and if you’re interested in podcasts here are recommendations of a few that I sometimes listen to:

Maybe one of the most interesting shows in the podcast world is The Tim Ferriss show.tim ferriss


Found My Fitness is a health podcast with the latest cutting edge research in health, nutrition etc adding clarity to a field shrouded in confusion.

If you like wacky satire and comedic comment on world stories then you may love The Bugle

and I have my own podcast named Exceeding Expectations which has a new episode released every Tuesday lunchtime which you can find on any of the following links:
Exceeding Expectations podcast