The Penny Drop

The Show Up: Three ways to turn your post interview chat into another interview

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What do you say once the podcast or media interview is over? Have you ever thought about it? Penny Terry reckons you should and in this episode of The Penny Drop, she goes through three things you can say to make sure you lean in before you log off. (Think less 'follow-up', more 'show-up'.)


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I love both sides of a conversation - equally. 

I know powerful questions leverage powerful stories. 

As such, I'm all about helping people and organisations to ask better questions, share better stories, and create better systems to make it easy (and interesting) for people to engage with who you are, what you do and why it matters. 

I spent more than a decade as an ABC radio presenter, I host and produce multiple-award-winning podcasts, and deliver keynotes, workshops and executive coaching services across the globe. 

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I've always wanted to be a rockstar and now sing to my kids (and colleagues) whenever I get the chance. 

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