Quest For Questions Podcast Is Looking For Guests!
Hey there future guest! Konrad here. Let’s get you on the show.
The premise of the Quest For Questions Podcast is simple (enough):
Asking NOT SO common questions, to NOT SO common humans, in search of NOT SO common answers. By deeply closeted polish man – Konrad Yerba Addict.
You (the guest), are the uncommon human in this equation.
Far too many podcast hosts invite the same guests, ask the same questions & bring nothing new to the table.
Hopefully, me and you, can put a stop to that and dig a little deeper.
Dig for the TRUTH. And the truth is found in nuance.
Nuance in a world where there is no room for nuance?
Yes Sir 🙂
“Do or Do not… There is no try.” – Yoda.
Who Is It That I'm After, (And Who I'm Not)...
My interests range far and wide – the plan is to chat with people from all backgrounds, industries, and walks of life. From entrepreneurs to philosophers. From scientists to authors, vagabonds to international speakers.
There’s only one goal: To go down the rabbit hole of truth & separate the wheat from the chaff. To help my listeners navigate the fast-changing world of misinformation. Ask the right questions & get the right answers.
It means that while we do touch on your specialty topic, we can get vulnerable: I may ask to share a bit of your self-introspection, your message, your struggles, and the life lessons you’re willing to share.
It also means that 20-year-old life coaches, passive income people & all sorts of scammers are not very welcome. (Unless they really want to be challenged).
Hopefully, we can do it all without boring people to death.
So, if you are not afraid of making a dent in the politically-correct ways of the world & want to discuss ideas, rather than each other, then we shall have an epic conversation.
In such case, I invite you to get in touch with me 🙂
Past Interviews & "What Did I Say yes to"
Check out some of my episodes below for interviewing reference. I’ve chatted with:
- Music Industry Veteran – Steve Waxman – on How Artists Become Stars
- John Ball on What The Heck Makes Someone An Influential Person?
- Rand Fishkin on Creating A Competitive Advantage For Your Business
- And a few more…
As you can tell from how I handle my episodes: it’s less of an interview, and more of a deep-dive conversation. We want to get vulnerable and real here: that’s what makes us human.
Just you and me talkin’.
If you’re new to being a guest on a show, don’t worry – we can take our time preping into the conversation.
If you’re experienced in guesting, fantastic: I’m happy to dive straight into it.
I’m adaptable and can handle different levels of experience. Happy to take both new and experienced individuals, so long as you have some timeless wisdom to share.
- How much time do I need to block off for our conversation
There’s no set time, but I’ve found that 1-2h (typically ~1,5h) is both long enough to get into the groove & explore deep topics, and at the same time the maximum before our attention span starts rapidly diminishing.
- Do you edit your podcasts, and if so, how? (am I going to get trapped in a clickbait…?)
The recordings remain mostly unedited, besides adding an intro, outro, bumpers, cutting out some glitches, and pimping up the audio quality. That way nothing will be taken out of context and the listeners/viewers will get the maximum authentic experience.
- Can I / will you promote *XYZ* on your show? (insert: book, course, service, product)
I’ll gladly mention your XYZ during the pre-recorded intro to the episode that I’m going to add in the editing process. Also, I usually let my guests mention their contact information and anything else they want to plug, at the end of the episode. All I ask in return is for you not to talk about your course/book/service in every other sentence.
- When should I expect the episode to be released?
Up to a month. I’ll shoot you an email on the week that the episode is going to be published. No sweat.