Info for Podcast Interviewers
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We know that putting together a brilliant podcast requires a lot of organising, so we want to make that as simple as possible for you.
Whether you need easy access to images, bios, social media links – we’ve put it all together here for you. We know that a great guest isn’t just about what is recorded, but also about supporting your show.
But one thing that we’d like to stress is that Phil’s entire focus is on being easy to work with.
He’s all about making your stressful job as easy as possible, by being willing and helpful – ensuring that you achieve exactly what you require from our interaction.
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Listen to some of Phil's previous interviews
Six Pixels Of Separation with Mitch Joel
“How to Know Exactly What to Say” – YouPreneur FM with Chris Ducker
“Exactly What to Say on Stage” – Standing Ovation Podcast with Jay Baer
Bios & Introductions
Phil M Jones
Phil M Jones
Exactly What to Say
Words have the power to change decisions, fates and fortunes, yet few people purposely wield them. In this practical, digestible book, bestselling author and international speaker Phil Jones shares how simple language techniques can transform the success of conversations.
Exactly How to Sell
Exactly How to Sell walks you through a tried and true process that draws on time-tested methods designed to attract and keep more customers. No matter what you are selling (yourself, your product or your services) this book provides actionable strategies to deliver results.
Exactly Where to Start
Get out of your own way and bring your ideas to life! Exactly Where to Start is a playbook for everyone with a great idea, everyone with a goal in mind, and everyone with a specific destination but no journey. We’ve been told all our lives that “good things come to those who wait”–but that’s a myth. Good things come to those who do.
EXACTLY what to read.
“Read this book once a day for a week, once a week for 2 months, then once a month until it all sticks”
– Matthew Kimberley