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I welcome the listeners, introduce the topic of the day and I introduce you as the expert of the day. I will read out your Bio. I share how the topic of the day relates to social anxiety and my experience with it (brief) and then we start the interview.
I ask you the below 4 questions, and we have a 15-25 min. discussion on the topic.
During “the inspiration round” I’ll be asking you for some stories as stories is what our listeners will be able to relate to.
Depending on what you prefer (which you can share with me via email, or before we start the interview) I either ask you for:
(A) your personal social anxiety experience,
(B) your experience working with a socially anxious client, or
(C) your experience overcoming challenges with the topic of the day.
Ideally, we want to hear not just the facts of what happened, but especially how you (or your client) felt, what you experienced, the sights, sounds, sensations and so on. We want to be there with you, like we were there with you.
Can you share with us your worst experience with social anxiety?
Can you take us to a time where you worked with a client who overcame a truly devastating social anxiety issue and share with us the process of transformation he or she went through?
Can you share with us an inspiring story of how you or a client of yours overcame the challenge with -topic of the day-?
I know you have a big toolbox of tips, techniques, strategies and solutions. In this round we’re going to focus on uncovering what some of these solutions are, and how to apply them to the topic of the day.
Me: “To empower people on their sometimes challenging journey from social anxiety to social confidence, I have two more quick questions for resources before we say goodbye.
The journey to social confidence gets better each step we take forward. But, it can be challenging at times, and we can use all the inspiration and motivation we can get our hands on…”
* I round up, summarise lessons learned, remind them of one action step today, and ask you where guests can find out more about you.