Welcome to the 400th episode of the Heart-Centred Business Podcast!!400th episode Tash Corbin podcast

I recently found out that only 11% of podcasts make it to 50 episodes, and a further 90% of those do NOT make it past 100 episodes.

Even just the fact that this podcast is still going means that it is in the top 1-2% of podcasts in the world… simply because I keep recording it! In fact, you only need 21 episodes of a podcast to make it into the top 1% these days.

LESSON: You don’t need to record too many podcast episodes for you to be more tenacious and have more staying power than other people.

To celebrate 400 episodes, I recently asked listeners of the podcast to submit questions for this special episode.

We have some fantastic questions about podcasting, business, accessibility, social media, and more.

We are going to have some fun conversations today!

You can find an index of the questions below, along with all the links and information for each person who asked a question. Make sure to go and check them out!

Without further delay, let’s dive into this one!

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EPISODE 400: Listen using the player below, or click the links to your fave platform to subscribe and listen over there:

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Question 1: Why I do the podcast

Asker: Lou Kozlevcar
Website: loukoz.com
Find Lou on socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/loukoza
Question: Is the reason why you continue doing your podcast now the same as when you started it?

The answer to this question starts from 0:02:25.

Question 2: Deciding to start a podcast

Asker: Christine Collins
Business: Transform Create
Website: transformcreate.com
Find Christine on socials: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/christine_collins_ms/
Question: How do we know if a podcast is the right step for our business? And if we decide it is, what’s the best way to get started?

The answer to this question starts from 0:05:26.

Question 3: Getting clients from guest speaking gigs

Asker: Vanessa Nixon
Business: Herbs of Grace Healing Arts
Website: herbsofgracehealingarts.com/
Find Vanessa on socials: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/herbsofgrace/
Question: I love doing guest speaking opportunities, but it doesn’t turn into getting new clients just yet – how do I ensure I’m maximising the return for guest speaking?

Related Podcast Episodes:

Free resource: Map your core message with my Messaging Template: tashcorbin.com/message

The answer to this question starts from 0:14:36.

Question 4: Applying for speaking opportunities

Asker: Belinda Rachel
Business: Your Social Bee
Website: yoursocialbee.com.au
Find Belinda on socials: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yoursocialbee/
Question: Do you have any tips for submitting speaker applications?

Related link: Virtual Conference 2025: www.heartcentredbusinessconference.com/virtual

The answer to this question starts from 0:20:32.

Question 5: Thoughts on Pinterest and Bundles?

Asker: Lisa Twohig
Website: lisatwohig.com
Find Lisa on socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lisatcoaching
Question: It’s two questions! What are your thoughts on Pinterest? And what are your thoughts on Bundles?

The answer to this question starts from 0:36:10.

Question 6: What content goes on which platform?

Asker: Kristan Kershaw
Business: Supporting Balance
Website: supportingbalance.com.au
Find Kristan on socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SupportingBalance/
Question: How do you decide what content becomes a podcast, what goes on socials, etc? How do I ensure it’s going to the right place?

The answer to this question starts from 0:58:04.

Questions 7 & 8: Formatting FB Page Posts, and Accessibility

Asker: Simone Bridie
Business: Willie Wagtail Editorial
Facebook: facebook.com/WagtailEditorial 
Find Simone on socials: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simonebridie
Question 7: How do you format posts on your Facebook Page so that they are more readable?

The answer to this question starts from 1:07:45.

Question 8: What do you need to do to ensure Facebook posts are accessible?

The answer to this question starts from 1:11:22.

Question 9: Dealing with unsolicited business advice from others

Asker: Darleen Redman
Business: The Aligned Path with Darleen
Facebook: facebook.com/thealignedpathwithdarleen
Find Darleen on socials: Facebook: facebook.com/thealignedpathwithdarleen
Question: How do you deal with people trying to give you business advice that you haven’t asked for? And then how do you ensure it doesn’t derail you?

Person mentioned: Denise Duffield-Thomas: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denisedt

The answer to this question starts from 1:13:13.

Question 10: Being too old to start a business

Asker: Elly Yule
Business: Wise Woman Wisdom
Website: EllyYule.com
Find Elly on socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WiseWomanWisdom
Question: When are you too old to start an online business?

The answer to this question starts from 1:23:53.

Question 11: Creating your own IP and concepts

Asker: Tiffany Souhrada
Business: Tiffany Marie Studio
Website: tiffanymariestudio.com
Find Tiffany on socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TiffanyMarieStudio
Question: At what point does a concept or new IP become yours, especially when you’ve learned initially from someone else?

The answer to this question starts from 1:27:27.

Question 12: Starting a business from scratch

Asker: Amanda Collins
Website: thecuriouscreative.com.au
Find Amanda on socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amandathecuriouscreative
Question: If you were to start all over again, what would you do first?

The answer to this question starts from 1:41:11.

Question 13: Decision fatigue in business and the home

Asker: Eva Rado
Website: evarado.com
Find Eva on socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/evaradocom
Question: What are your thoughts on how business decision fatigue ties in with the home-life and responsibilities for women business owners?

The answer to this question starts from 1:58:46.

Question 14: Mindset struggles particularly for marginalised people

Asker: Nadja Röthlisberger
Business: Praxis Raum und Zeit
Website: nadjaroethlisberger.ch
Find Nadja on socials: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/www.nadjaroethlisberger.ch
Question: Why do marginalised people have to work so hard on our mindset? Why is it such a big challenge for us, compared to non-marginalised people?

People I mentioned in this question:
Louise O’Reilly – Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/LouiseOReilly.TheShieldAndTheConch
Nartarsha Bamblett – Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/queenacknowledgements/
Lesley Crudup Villagarcia – Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leslievcoaching/

The answer to this question starts from 2:31:35.

Question 15: Keeping business and socials ticking along while away for an extended period

Asker: Paula Rajaratnam
Find Paula on socials: Facebook: facebook.com/paulalouisediscover
Question: I’m going to be moving countries – so how do I ensure I don’t disappear, and I am at least keeping some things moving along whilst I am on an extended break?

Resource: How I prepared my business for an extended break (Previous podcast episode)

The answer to this question starts from 2:45:17.

HAPPY LISTENING!!!

Until next time, I cannot WAIT to see you SHINE.

Tash Corbin Business Mentor and Strategist