Meet The Podcasters: David Charlton Host of the Demystifying Mental Toughness Show
Episode 39 – Meet The Podcasters: David Charlton Host of the Demystifying Mental Toughness Show.
This new season of The Content Marketing Studio continues to explore ways to create better online content faster, in particular podcasting.
I am joined by leading sport psychologist David Charlton who is going to take us through his approach to producing his podcast show and how it has helped build his reputation with his client base:
In this episode, David Charlton and I talk about:
why he chose podcasting for his content marketing strategy and how he researched what would work best for him
his approach to planning, recording, editing and publishing his podcast episodes (so much good stuff!)
the importance of joining the right community of content creators to keep the project going
how to find the right name for your podcast show and the need to invest in good design
what steps are required to invite guests and find sponsors for your audio series
the tech and processes used by David for the production of each episode
his definition of Mental Toughness and what we can all learn from his experience
his plans for the future of the show and how podcasting has given him the motivation to write a book
and so much more!
About David Charlton
David Charlton is a leading Sport Psychologist, the founder of Inspiring Sporting Excellence and the host of the Demystifying Mental Toughness podcast show. David helps athletes, coaches, parents and teams to improve levels of Mental Toughness, which in turn, enhances performance and well-being.
His services include 1-to-1 Sport Psychology consulting for athletes and Mental Toughness development Programmes for teams.
If you have any questions for David, feel free to contact him on:
Please share today’s show with your community if you feel that it would be useful to them. Also, we welcome suggestions for topics and guests that would help all of us create better online content faster. Simply get in touch with me on firstname.lastname@example.org