Business Podcast - Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous
The business podcast Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous will help you power up your profile and get known for what you do. If you’re looking to get noticed, but shy away from the spotlight – this is for you. Maybe you see others getting attention for their careers and businesses – and wish it was you? If so, you need to Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous!
The Business Podcast
Whether you're an entrepreneur, business owner or just looking looking to further your career the Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous business podcast is jam packed with tips and advice. Author, motivational speaker and former BBC business journalist Penny Haslam shares her pro-tips on:
Getting noticed by sharing your business expertise on TV and radio
How to sound brilliant while speaking about your business or organisation
Getting out there and getting known in your business, profession or career
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Download all the free resources mentioned in the podcasts including:
FACE planner for perfect communication
Presentation planner for speaking at events and meetings
10 tips for online interview success
5 Steps to stop colouring in an sketch your future
Meet the hosts
Penny is a former BBC business journalist, who was a regular presenter on national television and radio - her credits include BBC Breakfast, News Channel, Panorama, Radio 4 and Radio 5 Live. As well as coaching and training clients of Bit Famous, she is a professional motivational speaker on the topics of visibility and confidence.
Steve is a former national news journalist, reporting for BBC Radio 1’s Newsbeat, Radio 5 Live and Radio 4’s Today. He is now a seasoned TV director and producer, with credits for prime time shows on Channel 4, BBC, UKTV and Sky. He is the producer and editor of the podcast series Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous.
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Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous is jam-packed with stories, advice, case studies and encouragement.
Penny shares pro-tips on:
- Getting on TV and radio and acing your appearances.
- Bossing it as a speaker and when you present to people.
- Shining when you take part in or chair a panel discussion.
If you want to be a best-kept secret, then step away from this book. But if you recognise the value of raising your profile for your business or career, then step up – because now is the right time for you to make yourself a little bit famous.