With 6 years, 3 podcasts and 450 episodes of podcasting experience I increasingly find myself being asked: 

How long does it take to plan, record and produce an episode? 

How do I edit, script, host and share the podcast? What about equipment? 

What do I get back from the podcast? Does it help create revenues? 

So I thought I’d help would be podcasters by offering a ‘How to launch your business podcast’ training programme full of tips, ideas and techniques. 


This programme is designed to help you launch a business podcast. It involves 3 Zoom sessions. For up to 6 people from the same organisation. 

  • 2 x 60 minute sessions
  • Delivered via Zoom
  • Planning, Equipment, Hosting, Timing
  • Guests, Recording, Editing, Hosting
  • Fast paced, focused, interactive, engaging
  • Mini e-book summary of key tips and ideas
  • Checklist of key points to implement
  • 10 minute key points summary video
  • 40 minute progress catch up Zoom call 3-4 weeks later to help you keep the momentum going

Your Investment: £370 +vat 

Podcast Coaching One to One Sessions


One to One podcast coaching – this is an opportunity to up-skill and pick up tips and ideas to use everyday in your business podcast

  • 45 sessions minutes via Zoom 
  • Helping you with general or specific parts of your business podcast adventure
  • Topic could include:
  • How to be a podcast host
  • Finding and choosing guests
  • Keeping your recording flowing
  • Tips and advice on recording and editing 
  • Keeping the podcast going – most podcasts don’t get past episode 7 – lets make sure yours does! 

Your investment: £87 +vat per session

How to launch a business podcast


Before you commit to either of the programmes book a no obligation 15-20 Zoom call with Trevor to discuss your podcast launch needs. 

Click on the Book a Meeting link below and you can select a time and date to suit you 

You will receive the Zoom link by return

Trevor will be notified you have booked a Podcast meeting 

If you need to change the time and date go back through the booking link and make the change.

Trevor will be notified of the change. 

Book Now and get your podcast idea moving! 

clips from TREVOR'S PODCASTS to give
a feel for how your's could be

Katja Schleicher - 4 questions to ask pre-presentation

Kim Sorrelle - What do the audience want from you?

Michelle Nedelec - Where do you want to be in 6 months?

Don Colliver - Overcoming Presentation Nerves


Sales and Presentation Podcast
Running 44@60


Broadcast every Monday at 7am UK Time – 296 episodes as at February 2024

Global Audience and Guests

Focusing on sharing tips, ideas, advice and techniques to help business people deliver better, more confident and more successful presentations, sales pitches and sales interactions. 

Download episodes here 


Broadcast on average every couple of weeks – 141 episodes as at February 2024.

Mainly UK Audience and Guests

Trevor started this podcast to help him learn how to plan, prepare for and run a first Ultra Marathon – the 44 mile Classic Quarter from Lizard Point to Lands End in May 2021 to celebrate a landmark birthday.

Download episodes here


The Silver Stumps Over 60s Podcast


Trevor’s newest podcast is co-hosted with his long time cricket buddy and old college mate Grant Timms. 

The Silver Stumps podcast focuses on the thriving masters cricket arena where teams of over 60s and over 70s do battle over 22 yards. 

Get ready for entertaining interviews, topical discussion and tips for a long innings.

Early episodes covered the Over 60s Cricket World Cup which took place in Chennai, India at the end of February 2024. 

Download episodes here 

Here's a bit about me...

I started my sales career in 1983 selling advertising for the Lincolnshire Echo. I knew nothing about sales and only joined the ad department as I thought it would help me get a job on the sports desk. I quickly discovered that I loved the sales job helping a wide of variety of businesses use advertising to attract customers and ultimately grow sales.

Within a year I was promoted to the top sales territory and after 2 years I won a place on a trainee sales manager programme. I was 25 when I became a sales manager and my career would take me into sales director, commercial director, and managing director roles before after 29 years in the local media sector I had the opportunity to set up my own consultancy in 2012.

I love the variety working as a consultant brings. I learn so much that I am able to pass on and help my clients utilise. It is hugely rewarding helping businesses at all levels grow sales. I look forward to helping you become one of them.

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