I had the honor of being able to interview Pat Flynn who runs the blog http://www.smartpassiveincome.com
Pat has been doing some amazing things in the blogging community in terms of affiliate marketing and niche websites. I was super pumped and nervous to do this interview because I actually considered Pat to be the #1 person I wanted to interview out of all the people I have been following online. I find him to be a huge inspiration as someone who has been very successful online and has built a huge community for himself.
I actually decided a few months ago to download about 65~ of his Podcast episodes dating back to 2010. I listened to about 1-2 Podcast episodes a day during my commute to and from work. I actually completely stopped listening to music during this time which was a big deal for me. I actually am a raving metal fan and run this site http://www.metalcorekingdom.com in my free time so this was sort of a “sacrifice” for me. I listened to all the episodes in about 7-8 weeks.
Pat also has a series of Podcasting tutorials and this is what helped me launched my own Podcast, go check out the podcasting tutorial.
I can tell you right now, if you have not listened to Pat’s podcast than you are missing out big time! I would honestly PAY to hear some of the content he shares for FREE!
Checkout the SmartPassiveIncome Podcast on iTunes!
In our interview I tried to ask a lot of unique questions based on topics I never heard him get into a whole lot after listening to the majority of his Podcast episodes.
If you would like to learn more about Pat I highly recommend checking out his book Let Go on Amazon. It’s only $3.. just grab it!
Here is the interview!
2 replies on “Learning From Pat Flynn of Smartpassiveincome.com – Ep.12”
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Hi John, I have been following you for a few months and enjoy your podcasts while I am at work. It was nice to hear Pat Flynn on the other side of the mic and get a little different take from him you wouldn’t normally get on his podcast.