Well hello there and welcome to this week's show where I am simply thrilled to be joined by the fantastic Aleisha McCormack of The Bridechilla Podcast, the most listened to wedding podcast in the world!
What I particularly loved about speaking with Aleisha is not only how she continues to think outside of the box with making money from her podcast, but her great passion for what she does. She is a TV producer by day and so this could technically be described as her side hustle but she gives every spare iota of dedication and passion to making it work.
Chatting with Aleisha basically made me lol from start to finish. In fact, when editing this video down to the 30 minute format, it was very challenging because I didn't want to cut any of the funny bits out!
In this chat, Aleisha talks about how she makes money from her podcast, how she listens to her community and uses that to fuel her passion and how she aims to get more work/life balance.
Aleisha's official bio:
Aleisha McCormack is a comedian, TV producer, and author. She is the founder and host of most listened to wedding podcast ever, The Bridechilla Podcast and author of The Bridechilla Wedding Planning Guides.
Bridechilla inspires and supports couples to plan their wedding without losing their sanity.
Having now produced over 370+ episodes of the hit podcast and built a community of free-thinking Bridechillas from all over the world, Aleisha is delighted and surprised that what she started has become a movement and is excited to see the brand and movement grow.
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Thanks again Aleisha, it was an absolute hoot to find out more about how you run your business.
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