Welcome To The Podcast

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Hey friend!

I’m so excited that you’re going to be joining me on Work It, Witch Radio!

I want to make sure that you feel prepared and excited before the show, so I put together this guide to get you ready!

The objective of this episode is for it to have a conversational feel more-so than a traditional interview.


However, there are 10 rapid fire questions that you can count on me asking at the beginning. You’ll answer these in a couple of sentences to help the audience get to know you:

Do you call yourself a witch? Why or Why not? If not, what would you call yourself?

What is your definition of magick?

What is your favorite movie/TV show about magick?

Do you believe in gods and goddesses?

Do you believe in faeries and/or ghosts?

What is your go-to divination tool? (Ex: Tarot cards, pendulum, etc.)

What is your daily magickal practice?

What is on your witchy/ritual playlist?

Favorite witchy Youtuber/influencer

Do you have a familiar? (Pet with a spiritual connection, or a power animal archetype)


Then, we’ll move into the main part of the interview where you’ll share your story. This part will flow more like a regular conversation, but I’ll steer the conversation in the direction of covering the following topics:


How did you find your magickal path?

When did you know it was time to come out of the “broom closet”make it a public title?

When did you know it was time to take it down the entrepreneurial path?

Who is your ideal client?

What has been the most fulfilling part of pursuing your passion so far?

What has been your biggest challenge so far?

How do you balance the magickal with the mundane in your life?

What is your best magickal/mindset hack to share with our listeners?

What’s the most magickal experience you’ve had recently?

How do you work with clients, and where can we find you?


At the time of your interview, you’ll click on this Zoom link to join the chat with me:

To join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: CLICK HERE

Or iPhone one-tap :
US: +19294362866,,180541683# or +16699006833,,180541683#

Or Telephone:
Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
US: +1 929 436 2866 or +1 669 900 6833
Meeting ID: 180 541 683

International numbers available HERE


The interview itself is typically 45 minutes long, but I block off extra time to get us warmed up and to make sure the tech is working.

Below is your podcast guide with info to make sure that audio will be on point, so don’t forget to review it!

Can’t wait to chat soon!

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tech suggestions


Make sure that even if you don’t have a fancy mic, you have headphones and a mic (even the Apple headphones/mic will do the trick)! Having headphones in keeps the sound from having an echo.

Note: if you are using the Apple headphones/mic, just make sure that you are actually holding the mic instead of letting it hang. When it rubs against your shirt, the mic picks up on that static and noise!


Close out of any programs that you won’t be using. This will speed up your internet so it’s not feeling like it has to refresh your Facebook feed every five seconds. This will ensure better quality of the recording!

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recording audio


I use Zoom to record the episodes and will provide you a link to join our virtual recording studio.
Our Zoom meeting will be set to audio only, so no worries if you happen to be in your pajamas!

A small but very important note about our conversation: I know it’s a totally natural response to say “uh-huh” or “yup” to express agreement during the other person’s monologues in a convo, but the Zoom app tends to scramble up a little bit when both speakers are making noise at the same time, and the monologue can get choppy unless there’s silence on the other end of the line. Please avoid talking over each other, and chime in when it’s your turn to speak, to ensure a clean recording!


I know things happen, and that’s the beauty of being able to edit. However, there are some things you can do to ensure a smooth recording:

A quiet room, even your closet is perfect for noise quality.
Also, don’t forget to hit do not disturb on your computer and your phone!

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I am seriously so excited that you’re going to be on the show!

I’d love for you to stop by the community and say hi there in the meantime!

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