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Michael Moody Fitness

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  1. Hello! Considering our recent times, I've had to transition all of my podcast interviews from in-person to over the phone conversations. While my audio sounds great using my Shure microphone plugged into a Zoom H6, the guest's audio is often poor (using over the phone...which is plugged into my H6, as well). What do you think is the best option for recording the guest? Do you instruct your guests to connect on Zoom but the require the use of headphones (a particular type, perhaps)? Do you rely on a wifi enabled phone call? Any tricks and technology suggestions are appreciated! Michael The Elements of Being Podcast http://www.michaelmoodyfitness.com/the-elements-of-being-podcast
  2. Looks like my list of podcasts just got longer! A lot of interesting and inspiring episodes to check out! In my podcast, "The Elements of Being," I examine the mental and emotional narratives and processes that have steered writers, filmmakers, psychologists, and industry icons down their paths in life. Each episode is also a glimpse into the trends and patterns of human behavior and the underlying influences that navigate us into different directions. Guests share insights, thought-provoking lessons, the nuances of creativity, and the elements of being….us. In episode #1, you’ll hear about one woman’s experience searching for her path and how it led to award-winning documentaries. Documentary filmmaker Dana Michelle Cook made a career shift when she realized reality TV wasn’t aligned with her authentic self and purpose. Also, check out later episodes with author Jason Rosenthal, psychologist Dr. Robyn Pashby, best-selling author Dr. Joel Fuhrman, and champion of social justice Jahmal Cole, too.
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