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Oct 15, 2019

(International Podcast Day) With a vat of knowledge and experience as a therapist, certified style & confidence coach, dating coach, and matchmaker, Kim Seltzer has helped thousands of people find lasting love and connection, attract success and build valuable relationships using her unique “confidence makeover” process.

Using an outside-in approach, Kim has changed lives by changing their style, emotional and social intelligence using her signature formula, “The Charisma Quotient,” working on body language, first impressions, image and messaging and how it impacts attraction. This Los Angeles-based expert travels the country helping people discover confidence, charisma and connection as a speaker at National Matchmaking Conferences, eHarmony, Neutrogena, The Guild at Universal and iDate. Kim is also a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and, with appearances in Cosmopolitan, Oprah Magazine, Redbook, Reader’s Digest, AskMen, Fox News Magazine, Yahoo Shine and the Washington Examiner, among a myriad of other publications.

You can also find Kim as a frequent co-host on the podcast The Jordan Harbinger Show with Jordan Harbinger as well as acting as the leading love expert on the traveling live dating show The Great Love Debate, and the cable reality dating show, The Romance. You can also listen to her now on her own podcast, The Charisma Quotient. And she currently is hosting The Flirt Academy workshops nationwide.

Devi and Kim discuss:

  • Kim’s beautiful journey into podcasting
  • The effect of wearing something more "professional"
  • Being mindful of what is behind you on video
  • Having a "signature piece" for your podcast
  • Being "camera-ready"
  • Tonality and body language
  • Being mindful of the energy you are bringing to the mic
  • Making a conversation interesting
  • Bringing more exposure to your podcast
  • Connecting with people
  • Using your own skillset to start podcasting
  • Gaining more confidence in order to keep going
  • Creating a “social calendar” for your podcast
  • Recognizing that you have a lot to give
  • Reaching out to people through social media
  • Realizing that how you make other people feel matters
  • Kim’s techniques for giving a “call to action”

and more…

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