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Meet me at PodFest

As a new podcaster, I have discovered an amazing podcast community! Podfest Expo is a community of people who are interested in and passionate about sharing their voice and message with the world through the powerful mediums of audio and video. We’re proud to unite as many people as possible to learn, get inspired, and grow better together. 

During the event, I’ll be speaking at the Pecha Kucha Expo Stage on May 27th at 1 PM Eastern. I’d love your support. This is my first public speaking gig and I’m really excited to share the 5 steps to building an online paid community! 

PodFest Expo will be held on May 26 – 29 2022 at the Hilton in Orlando, Florida. You can grab a ticket to meet me there IN PERSON and save 20% using this link or entering FindCalmHere at checkout. 

About this event: PodFest has been running since 2013 and started with 13 people in attendance and has grown to over 2,000 at the 2020 event right before the shutdown. This year the lineup of speakers, activities, and events are all listed on the website, click here to learn more and register today!

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