Productivity Straight Talk Guest Request

Thanks for your interest in being a guest on the Productivity Straight Talk podcast! Because only two of my episodes each month are interviews, I have limited openings for guests. I'm also currently receiving many more pitches to be on the show than I have availability. That being said, please fill out the form below and your request to be on the show will be reviewed. If you are a great fit for the podcast, you will go onto my list of potential guests for 2018 and beyond.

I am passionate about helping entrepreneurs take consistent, massive, focused action in their business so they can improve their productivity and reach new levels of success. The goal of Productivity Straight Talk is much the same. At present, I am interested in having two types of guests on my show:

1. Productivity and/or Time Management Experts

My listeners are often overwhelmed, stressed out, and “out of time” entrepreneurs. They need to sharpen their productivity skills and maximize their time. If you are an expert in the field of productivity or time management and have great strategies and anecdotes to help my audience improve their productivity, I would love for you to submit your request to be a guest on my podcast.

2. Successful Entrepreneurs

My listeners need motivation and inspiration to not give up when the going gets tough and to stay on track toward their entrepreneurial dreams. They love hearing from other entrepreneurs who faced a personal productivity challenge in the past, overcame it, then ventured on to attain success. Would my audience benefit from you sharing your story and experience? If so, I would love for you to submit your request to be on the podcast as one of my entrepreneurial case study episodes.

Please refrain from emailing me to follow up on your initial pitch. I will be in touch if I think you’d be a great fit for the show. If you don’t hear from me, it could simply be because there is just more interest than there is space on the podcast.

I appreciate you reaching out and submitting your request to be on the my show. I look forward to reading your application and learning what you can bring to the Straight Talk table.

Please note that the more unique your speaking topics are, the easier it is for me to see if we're a good fit. I'm particularly interested in hearing from people with unique views on productivity, rather than a spin on the same stuff everyone has heard before.