Why she’s amazing:
Katie is a writer, host, and wellness and creativity cheerleader who lives in New York City. In 2013, she started the then wellness-focused podcast Let It Out, which has now morphed into a modern long-form interview show covering everything from wellness & spirituality to entrepreneurship & relationships, and it now has an over 200 episodes. She is also the author of Let It Out: A Journey Through Journaling, which was published by Hay House. And she’s the creator of Launch Pod, a course where she teaches all of her secrets to launching a successful podcast.
So, I’ve been such a fan of Katie’s podcast for years. And when she moved from Los Angeles to New York City last year, I bumped into her at The Wing in Soho. This is the co-working space we both are members of. And it was so fun to meet her in person and start getting to know her in real life. Clearly, I had to have her on the show and I’m so excited to share this conversation with you today.
In this episode you’ll discover:
- What inspired her to start her first blog Wellness Wonderland and why she turned it into a podcast
- How her wellness platform led to her getting a book deal with Hay House and why writing her book inspired her to rename the Wellness Wonderland to Let It Out
- What she’s learned after being a podcast host for 5 years and building a show that has over 200 episodes and 2 million downloads
- The role journaling has played in her personal growth and why she believes it’s key to figuring out who you really are
- Why she believes that collaboration is one of the best ways to grow your audience and how she’s leveraged it in her business
- Her big plans for 2019 and beyond and how she’s approaching this next phase of the Let It Out brand
- And so much more!
- Katie’s Website
- Katie’s Podcast, Let It Out
- Katie’s Book, Let It Out
- Katie’s Instagram
- Katie’s Facebook
- Katie’s Twitter
- Katie’s Workshop, Let [a Podcast] Out, a.k.a. Launch Pod
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