BOOK YOUR INTERVIEW
After booking, please read the notes below!!
MUST-HAVES FOR YOUR INTERVIEW
We will use Zoom, so make sure you have it downloaded and functional on your computer or phone.
2. THE LINK
The email you received when you booked your interview slot has the link. If you can’t find it, email me and I’ll send it to you!
3. HEADPHONES AND/OR A MICROPHONE
Please have a microphone and headphones OR headphones that have audio input, like the standard Apple iPhone headphones.
Do you use video?
Video is not used in production of the podcast. However, I like to have our conversation with video on whenever possible. If it is affecting the audio quality due to poor WiFi signal, we will turn it off and just do an audio interview.
What if I have a question day-of or need to cancel?
If you have any questions before our call you can email me at email@example.com. You can also cancel your interview and pick a different time via the email you received from Calendly.
OUR CONVERSATION & THE TOPIC
If we haven’t already discussed it, please make sure I know what topic/theme we’ll be discussing during the interview. Email me any details I should know. I love discussing topics my guests are most passionate about. It always makes for the best interviews.
TIPS FOR A GREAT INTERVIEW
QUESTIONS I'LL ASK to start
I’ll ask these questions before we get into the topic or theme. If you want a full list of questions for our interview, just let me know and I will send them.
1. Tell me about your motherhood.
2. Tell me about your work.
3. How are you seeing God’s grace in your life?
I have questions to guide the conversation but I’m also down to let it go where it naturally leads if we’re rolling! We’ll chat for 5 minutes before recording so we can get a little bit warmed up. We’ll record for 45 minutes or less. If you have a hard stop time, please let me know before we begin recording.
My audience loves to hear some of your story as well as practical, tangible take aways. How can they take what you said and apply it to their own life?
BREAK IT DOWN
Breaking it down into a few points or a couple easy action items at the end is always helpful to wrap up and give a sense of finality to our conversation.