www.LifestyleBusinessMag.com

Tyler Basu is the Publisher & Editor of Lifestyle Business Magazine; an online magazine for lifestyle entrepreneurs. His podcast, Lifestyle Business Magazine Podcast, is an interview-based podcast featuring successful entrepreneurs that have built a business and lifestyle they love, on their own terms.

Since 2013, Tyler has been the host and/or guest on more than 200 podcast and video interviews that have been downloaded by more than 100,000 people globally. His writing has been featured in numerous online publications including Entrepreneur, Influencive, and Addicted2Success.

Tyler is also the Content Manager for Thinkific, a software platform for creating and selling online courses. He regularly conducts video interviews with online course creators, marketing experts, and entrepreneurs for Thinkific’s YouTube channel Teach Online TV. He was featured in From Passion to Profit (an online course produced by Thinkific), alongside several notable entrepreneurs including Jack Canfield, Lewis Howes, JJ Virgin, Pat Flynn, James Altucher, Amy Porterfield, Grant Cardone and others.

Ideal Guest Avatar: My ideal guests are lifestyle entrepreneurs – people that have built successful businesses without compromising other personal values or lifestyle goals. They build businesses that allow them to live life on their own terms. Ideally, they’re able to share a story of transformation, having evolved from working in their business to working on their business, and in doing so creating the freedom to focus on other aspects of their lives that are important to them (time with family, health, travel, philanthropy, etc.).

Advice for podcast guests: Be professional. Show up on time for your interview. Use a professional microphone. Eliminate distractions and be prepared to give the host your full attention during the interview. Know who the target audience for the podcast is, and adapt your responses for that audience. Use real stories and examples to support your advice (avoid fluff, theory, and hypothetical examples). It’s perfectly fine to wrap up the interview with a call-to-action for the audience, but please avoid hard-selling your latest product or service during the interview.