Jennifer Harshman’s podcast appearances are listed here, in order of appearance (to the best of our knowledge). For your convenience, here is Jennifer Harshman’s One-Sheet. Her recently set goal is to make 100 appearances each year—on podcasts, guest blog posts, etc.—so this page will be updated periodically. Here are the things you’ll find on this page:
- The title of the show and episode
- A link to it if available
- A short summary of what each episode was about
- How you might benefit from having Jennifer Harshman visit your podcast
Faster Than Normal: Super-Editing w/ the Gift of ADHD, with Jennifer Harshman
Peter Shankman, serial entrepreneur, ADHDer, and podcast host invited Jennifer Harshman to his show, Faster Than Normal, after he’d heard that she had once edited an entire book in 48 hours using her ADHD hyperfocus ability. If you need a guest who can talk about coping with ADHD especially as a business owner, or someone to talk about personal productivity with or without disabilities and other challenges, Jennifer’s your gal. She has several disabilities of her own, and her children have special needs as well, but Jennifer built a 100% online business from nothing, and it supports her family completely.
Golden Life: The Will to Live with Jennifer Harshman
In this episode, you’ll hear about the indomitable will to live through all kinds of trauma. If your listeners could stand to be more motivated, Jennifer’s the guest for you.
In the Author’s Corner with Etienne: Meet Jennifer Harshman, the Editor, and Her Son, Joel, the Author.
This unedited podcast interview included Jennifer and her eldest autistic child, both of whom are authors, talking about writing, editing, and being a child author.
Everyday Fighter: Fighting the Trauma of Childhood Sexual Abuse and Rediscovering Life Balance with Jennifer Harshman
Living through movie-level abuse and being the center of a pedophile ring didn’t stop Jennifer Harshman. In fact, it gave her some amazing skills she uses to help others, and one of her uncles gave her a skill that helped her escape. This is a story of overcoming and managing to remain a nice person through it all.
The Good Men Project: You Can Overcome Anything: You will be blown away by Jennifer Harshman’s story.
One of Jennifer’s Facebook friends invited Jennifer to do her first-ever Facebook Live with him. She was not aware that the contents of that Live would be used as a podcast episode, but she is all about helping others and allowing things from her life to be used to help others (and all of her friends know this). When she discovered that the Live video had been used in that way, to inspire listeners to overcome their own challenges, she was pleasantly surprised.
Business Innovators Radio: Jennifer Harshman: How to Successfully Navigate the Self-Publishing Maze
Born to Create: Why You Need a Creative Community with Jennifer Harshman
Don’t Wait Til Pigs Fly: Be Strong and Support Yourself to Support Your Business with Jennifer Harshman
This podcast is for disabled people who own businesses, freelance, or otherwise make their own way in the world. Jennifer grew a business despite multiple disabilities, and in this episode, shares some tips on how to succeed despite disabilities.
12-Minute Convos: Jennifer Harshman helps C-Suites increase their bottom line by producing a book with excellence and ease.
Not only corporate types, but also coaches, subject-matter experts, and business owners all need to have a book with their name on it. Jennifer Harshman helps them make that happen in the most convenient and conscientious way.
Smart Business Writing: Ask an Expert with Jennifer Harshman, Editor
Podcast host, author, and professor Kent Sanders invited Jennifer on his show for a feature called Ask an Expert. There, she talks about the different types of editing and why you need each one, how to be a great client, how to evaluate an editor, and more.
Begin Again Podcast: Jennifer Harshman: From Curiosity to Calling: Jennifer’s career took off when she followed her curiosity to learn the difference between British and American style editing as a favor to a friend.
Middle age is a great time to start a new career (any age is, really). This is the story of how Jennifer Harshman was challenged to teach herself how to edit in British style—and succeeded. Jennifer is an autodidact who loves to serve others. If your audience could benefit from a visit by an upbeat entrepreneurial self-starter and voracious reader (nearly 19,000 books and counting) who is knowledgeable in many topics, schedule a get-to-know-you call with Jennifer Harshman now.
Daily Writer: Productivity and Systems for Writers with Jennifer Harshman
Because Jennifer was raised by wolves, she has had to learn on her own nearly everything she knows. She credits other authors for making that possible. Without the books they wrote, she would probably still be fumbling around trying to learn the most basic things. It’s only natural that she gravitated to helping people produce blog posts and books—greater volumes of helpful writing will benefit many people. In this episode, she and host Kent Sanders talk about principles of productivity because writers need to produce content.
Your Personal Brand by Aaron Hunt
So many entrepreneurs are leaving money on the table because they don’t show up for their business with their own personal brand. Your Personal Brand discusses the secrets of marketing and growing your business by growing your personal brand.
For more than 25 years, Aaron Hunt, personal brand photographer and efficiency expert, has helped people create more profitable businesses. His podcast focuses on maximizing your impact in your business while developing your “Know, Like, and Trust Factor,” so when clients make a buying decision, it’s almost a no-brainer that they choose you.
Aaron Hunt chose Jennifer to interview in the episode titled Find a Real Editor with Jennifer Harshman because he loves her integrity and heart, which she built her business on.
Pen for Hire. Episode 112: Jennifer Harshman
Ghostwriter and podcast host Matt Harms invited some “competition” to come on his show. We put that in scare quotes because neither he nor Jennifer (nor anyone who has the right mindset, actually) thinks of other people as competition, even if they do the exact same thing. Here, Jennifer talks about many things, including how to make time for your own creative pursuits even when you’re doing client work full-time.
Ungraduated Living & Learning with new author Ken Hannaman had Jennifer getting a little misty-eyed.
The Real Estate Survival Guide is one of the biggest podcasts in the nation (top five percent and climbing). Check out this 35-minute episode, where we talk about email marketing packages and so many other things.
More episodes will be added as they are made available to us.
If you think there’s any chance your audience could benefit from having Jennifer on your show, just click here to book an exploratory call with Jennifer Harshman.