I kicked off 2020 with a media appearance myself funnily enough, which had me doubly excited-slash-nervous. I’d been invited onto BBC Leeds, to be interviewed by Stephanie Hirst, about my new book, ‘Make Yourself a Little Bit Famous’. A great opportunity and fun too, to be back in a radio studio of course, but why was it a double whammy in the tummy turn department?
Well, firstly it’s always a bit of a thrill being live on air, but secondly, I was practicing what I preach – could I pull it off, could I shine on the airwaves in the way I help my clients? Judge for yourself by listening here and ask…
- Did Penny get her message(s) across?
- Did she sound authentic?
- Did she match the energy and pace of the show/interviewer?
- Did she engage me as a listener/was it interesting?
Of course, that’s the gold for your business or organisation – a bit of fame inducing opportunity, with an interviewee who can tick those boxes. Someone who is personable, likeable and trustworthy. What brand doesn’t want that?