If you have a podcast or are interested in starting one, today’s episode is for you! Casey chats with Ahyiana Angel about all things podcasting and entrepreneurship. There are so many gems for business owners and anyone looking to transition from where there are to something that is fulfilling and in line with their purpose and passion.
Ahyiana shares cautionary anecdotes and lessons learned over the years. You don’t want to miss this conversation!
Meet our Guest
Ahyiana Angel is the Founder of Mayzie Media, a podcast production company, and host of the personal growth podcast Switch, Pivot, or Quit®. She is also a traditionally published author and speaker, who for her proven track record of success and dedication to her craft, has been invited to speak at companies and conferences including Google, Spotify, Create & Cultivate, Tech Inclusion, and more. Ahyiana and her work have been featured by Apple, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Girlboss among others. Quit Playing Small is her latest buzzed-about book that’s a must-have for the ambitious person’s morning routine.
Connect with Ahyiana
[0:36] – Casey opens the episode with a little background about Ahyiana.
[4:34] – The interview begins.
[5:00] – Ahyiana shares a little more about who she is and what she does.
[7:26] – Casey asks Ahyiana what drew her to the podcast space.
[11:26] – Casey asks Ahyiana how corporate podcasting is different from consumer podcasting, and they talk about the benefits of internal podcasts for corporations.
[16:20] – Ahyiana shares tips for new podcasters.
[19:28] – Casey asks about Ahyiana’s transition from corporate to entrepreneurship.
[27:50] – Ahyiana talks about her recent book, Quit Playing Small, and how it came to be.
[32:12] – Casey asks Ahyiana to share any legal or financial lessons she’s learned along the way.
[39:10] – Casey asks Ahyiana how her business has changed due to the global pandemic.
[42:18] – Ahyiana shares some last tips for entrepreneurship.
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Meet our Host
Casey is an entertainment and digital media law attorney who helps influencers and creative entrepreneurs who struggle with navigating the legal side of their businesses and brands, specifically as it relates to contracts. She prides herself on helping creatives negotiate fair deals with Fortune 500 companies and leading entertainment brands, all while helping them build legally sound businesses that are built for generational wealth and impact. Here on the podcast, she normally does that by sharing the stories of successful entrepreneurs and influencers to help you learn from their mistakes. But occasionally, like today, switches things up and highlights popular culture.