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Thank you for scheduling an interview with Deb for the Community Strategy Podcast

I’m so excited that you are going to be a guest on The Community Strategy Podcast

  1. Please fill out this form before our interview.

  2. Use the Zencaster link provided via email which is updated once you’ve book your session. 

  3. An email confirmation will follow with additional notes and will introduce you to Callisa, the CSP producer and editor 

  4. Check out previous episodes here

How to prepare for the podcast interview

Because we need the recording to fully upload to the cloud, please don’t leave the Zencastr page when we are done recording until you get a notice that your file was uploaded (it usually takes only 5-10 seconds).

Hardware Requirements

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • A computer with a reliable, high-speed Internet connection (see System Requirements below)

  • Headphones or earbuds (necessary to avoid recording the output of your speakers)

  • A microphone (preferably external, but we can use your computer’s built-in mic if absolutely necessary)

Also, note that your microphone needs to be recognized by Zencastr (visit here for help). 

System Requirements

  • Mac OS 10.10 or higher OR Windows 8.1 or higher (Mac or Windows is important here—we have found that a Linux box will not work!)

  • 20GB+ of free hard disk space (This may sound high for recording a podcast. For this application, the browser can only use a percentage of the total free disk space. Having 20GB free should ensure that there is at least 2GB available for recordings.)

  • 4GB+ of RAM

  • up-to-date version of Google Chrome or Firefox (other browsers often do not work)

  • minimum network speed of 1.5 Mbps upload/download (If possible, please use a wired internet connection instead of wifi or mobile phone connection. If the network speed drops below that minimum, we risk having connection issues. You can run a speed test at, but for the most part  )

Before We Record

A good quality podcast episode depends, in part, on good sound quality when recording. We don’t have an audio engineer on staff (we’re always open to the possibility of a volunteer, though!) so post-production fixes are somewhat limited. For best sound quality, please:

  1. Find a location that is as quiet as possible.

  2. Turn off air conditioners, heaters, fans, etc.

  3. Have your external mic plugged in, and have headphones or earbuds available to wear throughout the interview.

  4. Turn off your cell phone ringer and do your best to silence any notification sounds from your phone or computer.

  5. Close other apps and programs wherever possible.


  1. I will email you the link to the Zencastr session before we record.

  2. At the scheduled time, simply open that link in Chrome or Firefox. 

  3. You will be prompted to allow access to your microphone in the upper left-hand side of your screen.  C

  4. lick to allow microphone access and then I will be able to start recording. (If you are using Firefox, please select the ‘Always Allow’ option.  This will then make it possible for you to make audio input/output selections from inside Zencastr.)

  5. This is worth repeating again: Because we need the recording to fully upload to the cloud, please don’t leave the Zencastr page when we are done recording until you get a notice that your file was uploaded (it usually takes only 5-10 seconds).

Need help getting set up? Ask Callisa, The CSP Producer


Callisa Mickle joined Find Calm Here LLC in the summer of 2021 as the podcast editor.

She jumped into the FCH Community by joining the Mighty Mastermind in October of 2021 and began working with other community builders.

At the beginning of 2022, she was offered the Executive Assistant role as FCH began to grow with consulting clients. 

During COVID, Callisa started her own virtual assistant business with an aim to live a location-independent lifestyle.

Passionate about supporting independent business owners, she enjoys working with entrepreneurs like Deb, who need assistance with a wide variety of tasks.

Callisa is currently editing and producing The Community Strategy Podcast. In addition, she offers administrative assistance, social media management, community content creation, and facilitates co-working sessions inside the FCH Community. 

About the CSP and what to expect

Launched: October 2020

  • Format: Interview Style, Conversational, Informational, Storytelling, Inspiring
  • Purpose: As a community strategist, community designer, and community leader, I’ve discovered how challenging and stressful it can be to launch a paid online community with little to no direction, support, or easy-to-implement tasks.
  • Our vision is to help listeners create a community strategy that connects members, drives engagement, and creates collaborations through transformations.
  • Our WHY: We believe that Social Media needs a shift from the current conglomerate technology designed to distract and disrupt – to deeper online social connection within purpose-driven, private paid online communities led by leaders who bring together like-minded members for transformation to better their life, career, relationships, and wellbeing.
  • The Community Strategy Podcast offers interviews to inspire community leaders with success stories and community challenges by providing the tools that have helped find calm in creating a community strategy for a paid online community.
  • Send an email to or for any additional questions or concerns. Please notify us if you are unable to make the interview so we can reschedule when the time fits better in your schedule. 

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