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How to Be a Great Interviewer

  1. How to Be a Great Interviewer Jody Maberry 18:54

“If you’re a podcaster and you’re not curious, you’re probably not going to do well.”

Key Moments

03:32 Balancing authority and influence

08:48 Curiosity, Understanding, and Respect

12:59 Keeping Audiences Engaged

16:26 Writing a Book 

Connect with James Warda and Theron Skees

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James Warda

Theron Skees 

Connect with Jody

www.jodymaberry.com

About Jody – https://jodymaberry.com/about-jody-maberry/

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How to Be a Great Interviewer

The tables have been turned as I welcome back James Warda and Theron Skees, the minds behind “How Does Disney Do That?” This time, they ask me some insightful questions about interviewing skills and podcasting. We hit on a few hot topics during our conversation:

  • Curiosity is King: Whether you’re hosting a podcast or engaging in any form of storytelling, curiosity drives great conversations. If you’re genuinely interested in your guest, it shows—and it leads to more engaging and insightful discussions.
  • Know Your Role: As a podcast host, my primary job is to make my guests shine. By understanding and embracing this role, you can create a space where your guests feel valued and are encouraged to share their best stories and insights.
  • Preparation vs. Spontaneity: While it’s crucial to come prepared with questions, it’s equally important to stay flexible and listen intently. The best moments often come from following the natural flow of conversation rather than sticking rigidly to a script.

We also discussed the perseverance needed to write a book. Kudos to James & Theron for their dedication over 3 years. Between their book, “How Does Disney Do That?”, and our conversation you will learn ways you can implement Disney’s strategies to create unforgettable experiences for your customers.

Make sure to listen to episode 321 for more tips on how to be a great interviewer and some behind-the-scenes stories from my experiences in podcasting.  enhancing your interviewing skills, storytelling, or simply curious about the magic behind captivating conversations, this episode is a must-listen!

 

Jody Maberry Jody Maberry-Podcast Host

Jody Maberry is a former park ranger who became the happiest podcaster on earth. With more than 2,400 podcast episodes across several shows, Jody's podcasts have been listened to more than 4 million times. Jody has been heard around the world on shows such as The Park Leaders Show, Creating Disney Magic, Come Rain or Shine, and Great Escape Radio, among many others.  It's not just his voice that makes Jody a popular host; it's his curiosity, versatility, and ability to create a captivating conversation about any topic. He has hosted podcasts about Disney, recreation, travel writing, leadership, pharmacy, real estate, and self-improvement. His reputation in podcasting has led Jody to be featured in INC, Entrepreneur, The Business Journals, and Bizable TV.  Along with Lee Cockerell, he was nominated for Best Business Podcast and the People's Choice Awards for the popular Creating Disney Magic podcast.

Jody has also become a trusted voice for executives leaving the corporate world. As a guide in the wildernessof personal branding, Jody has worked with executives from well-known companies like Disney, government
officials, and professional athletes.  Jody's storytelling and unique outside perspectiveconnect with audiences and individuals, whether behind a podcast microphone, on the stage, or at a conference table.

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