An audio option for this post.
It was worth the wait.
When Nathan Wrigley first reached out to me to be on the podcast, I vaguely remember that there were some of those life things getting in the way. And when we circled around to it again, it was Nathan’s turn, in the form of a physical move with a move in the UK. So it was meant to happen, but not as soon as either of us had hoped.
But all good things come to those who wait.
I will be the first to admit. Of course, I love talking about content—and some of the methods to the madness here on our site. But there are also times when you just hit a groove on a podcast, the perfect match of host and guest. It seemed to be a mix of the questions the host came up with, as well as those undefinable elements, such as the personality of the host themselves. And you find there is a certain chemistry between the two of you that makes everything slide right along. That was the case in this show.
I always like to be honest and open in my conversations. I don’t mean transparency in every aspect of my life and business, but instead, a natural openness. This is what I feel came about in the show.
So I hope you jump on over and listen in as I talk with Nathan about: How to be authentic and produce lots and lots of content with BobWP (Bob Dunn),