Has potential but needs rework
I really enjoyed the first few episodes. Tully’s backstory was interesting and she has a great podcast voice. However, by about the third episode, you get sick of hearing the same script every time. While it’s fine to have a question template, the conversation should be tailored to each guest. As a comparison, the Shameless girls (Zara McDonald, Michelle Andrews) repeat their opening interview questions but it never feels stale because they’re great active listeners who use the base answers as a platform to drive conversation and not merely asking for the sake of asking. It’s also very repetitive hearing Tully say she doesn’t like the term “influencer” in every episode and every ad for the podcast. She sounds like a cool girl with more dimension than what she allows to come thru the podcast. Real shame, as it had potential.
KatnissL via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/05/20
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Tully is a girl who has done noting that everyone else has already done so why would I want to hear her winch about stuff
bill098766 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/16/19
Whilst Tully has provided great insight over this medium as a guest on a number of other podcasts, she seemingly lacks the desire to truly shine the spotlight on her guests as she continues to interject with her own responses to questions before they can get stuck in. A lot of listeners are...Read full review »
MaryJo19822019 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/25/19
It has potential. Tully is warm, engaging and entertaining BUT we get it, you hate the term ‘Influencer’! If you don’t want to appear vapid, it’s time to not sound it. Tully has a lot to offer. I can not feel sorry for a person that describes attending free events as a long day of work. I want...Read full review »
NaeOz via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/13/19
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