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Fifteen Minute Friday episode #41 with Harry Duran.

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In this captivating episode, Ben Albert interviews Harry Duran, founder of FullCast. Harry has utilized his 20+ years of marketing experience to guide individuals and brands in amplifying their voices through podcasting. Known for shows like Podcast Junkies and the #1-ranked Vertical Farming Podcast, Harry is a celebrated connector and creator; Harry also serves as an advisor to multiple companies, including SquadCast. 

Discover what inspired him to start Podcast Junkies and how he successfully launched the top-ranked Vertical Farming Podcast. Gain invaluable insights from his wealth of experience and learn tips on How To Monetize A Podcast Niche

Harry shares examples of thought-provoking questions that encourage podcast guests to open up during interviews. Additionally, he highlights the significance of embracing and sharing our life journeys. He encourages listeners not to underestimate the value of their experiences, as they can provide relatability and guidance to those in need.

Time to dive in!

Quote Of The Day:

“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” ~Jim Rohn


[01:20] Know our guest; Harry Duran

[02:28] What inspired Harry to start Podcast Junkies?

[04:09] Quote of the day: “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” ~Jim Rohn

[06:36] How Vertical Farming Podcast started

[11:30] Tips on how to be a great podcast host

[13:21] Examples of questions to ask your podcast guests to get them to open up

[17:30] Best way to get in touch with Harry;



News Letter:



[19:38] Integration assignment

[19:45] Beehiive:

Key Takeaways:

  • Quote of the day: “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” ~Jim Rohn [04:09]
  • If people warm up to you over time, they will eventually talk about themselves. [13:45]
  • We are all placed here on this planet to share our journey and go through our struggles in a way that benefits the people who may be listening. [18:26]
  • People underestimate their life journey and think it won’t be valuable to anyone. However, withholding our life’s journey denies someone in need the opportunity to find relatability and guidance in our experiences. [20:11]

Integration Assignment:  

Get into a habit of sharing your life’s journey

People Mentioned and Other Resources:

  1. Abundance: The Future Is Better Than You Think:

2. Cal Fussman:

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