What The Future Of Podcast Looks Like With Special Guest Steve Olsher

On this week’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott welcome the founder and editor-in-chief of Podcast Magazine, Steve Olsher, to the show.

Steve Olsher has been an entrepreneur for over 30 years. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of Podcast magazine, host of the #1 rated podcasts Reinvention Radio, and the founder of The Reinvention Workshop. He is an award-winning author and the original chairman and founder of liquor.com.

Steve is known as the world’s foremost reinvention expert for his role in helping individuals and organizations discover their WHAT, that is the one thing they were created to do. Steve is also a New York best-selling author and a keynote speaker.

Listen in as they discuss:

  • How Steve started his entrepreneurial journey
  • Where does the future of podcasts lie?
  • Changes in the media landscape
  • Clubhouse
  • What is a reinvention expert?
  • The mindset of a successful entrepreneur
  • Identifying your WHAT

And, more!


Mark: My tip of the week is free, go to podcastmagazine.com/free and start getting deeper into some of these podcast shows. Start opening your mind and go to Steve Olsher’s reinventions.

Scott: Whenever your website gets traffic from other places, would it be nice to see where the traffic is coming from and how much is coming? There’s one dashboard that will show you all of the websites that are referring you to the traffic and how much they’re sending you. Check out mentioned.app, go there, and sign up for a free account. It will track who is sending you traffic, how much they’re sending you and you’ll get notified by email whenever you get some new traffic from a referral source.

Steve: In the world of online marketing, seldom do opportunities come in a way that they came with the advent of the internet with Instagram, with Facebook, and with some of those platforms that allowed us all no matter where we are on the planet and to be able to connect in a deeply meaningful way. We talked about it a little bit earlier, but I have not seen anything like clubhouse in a long time. And there is an early adapter opportunity here that if you put six months into the platform, it’s very addicting and you’ll see that it can suck your life away with the quickness, but if you’re intentional on how you invest your time on the platform, I have confidence that six months in can pay dividends in quite some time. So this is an opportunity.


Did you like this episode? If so, tune into another one of our exciting episodes with special guest Bill Allen as we discuss how to delegate tasks in your business.

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