Anna David is the host and creator of Light Hustler: Looking for Light in All the Dark Places, which regularly ranks at the top of the ITunes charts and is in the top 10% of successful podcasts. She's also the New York Times-bestselling author of two novels and four non-fiction books about addiction, recovery and relationships. She’s been published in The New York Times, Time, The LA Times, Vanity Fair, Playboy, Vice, Cosmo, People, Marie Claire, Redbook, Esquire, Self, Women’s Health, The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed and Salon among many others, written about in numerous publications, including Forbes, Martha Stewart Living, Entrepreneur, Allure andWomen’s Health and has appeared repeatedly on The Today Show, Hannity, Attack of the Show, Dr. Drew, Red Eye, The Talk, The CBS Morning Show, The Insider and numerous other programs on Fox News, NBC, CBS, MTV, VH1 and E. She speaks at colleges across the country about relationships, addiction and recovery, shared the stage with Tony Robbins at the Genius Network Annual Event in 2017 and has been a featured speaker at three different TEDx events. Through her company, Light Hustler, she helps creatives share their dark to find their light—through coaching, writing, workshops, retreats, online courses, a storytelling show and, of course, her podcast.
This is for You IF...
-You're a podcast listener who thinks you might want to jump into the game
-You believe your skill with language could work behind the mic
-There are writers, producers, agents, publishers or anyone out there you'd like to know
-You know podcasting is the future and want to start yours before it's too late
Why This Course is Necessary
It's all too easy to start a podcast and hear...crickets. (The average podcast receives fewer than 400 downloads.)
The next step is usually to, well, stop the podcast.
That's because most people just jump into the fray without doing any research at all about the best methods to make a podcast both work and not take up all their time. Oftentimes, these well-meaning folks tried to find out all they could but were overwhelmed by the thousands of articles out there on the topic, not to mention the array of overpriced courses and costly private membership groups that launching a podcast allegedly required (at least according to those selling the courses and groups).
As a writer, you're in a unique position. You already work with words. You need a course tailored specifically for you—a course designed to cut through the BS and give you access to the best tips and techniques out there, from someone who spends less than an hour a week producing her own podcast (which consistently lands in the top 10% of successful podcasts).
And since there's no guarantee your podcast will be successful, you'd like to get your hands on the information without breaking the bank.
In fact, you'd like to get the information for free.
Here's the opportunity you've been waiting for.
The Course Includes
- 4 instructional videos, PDFs and mp3s
- A video interview with one of the world's leading podcast experts
- Plus cheat sheets on:
- Podcast basics
- Podcasts for creatives
- How to get booked on other people's podcasts
- An example of a bad pitch letter