The Sail Loot Podcast: The Money To Cruise The World | Cruising Kitty | Sailing | Web-Commuting | Online Business | Lifestyle

The Sail Loot Podcast: The Money To Cruise The World | Cruising Kitty | Sailing | Web-Commuting | Online Business | Lifestyle

Published by: Teddy J: Sailor, Online Entrepreneur, Web-Commuter, and Captain
65 Episodes | First Released: Oct 2 '14
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Coastertrav
Jun 13 '19
Rating:   10
Excellent Sailing Podcast

Fantastic information, great conversations and excellent audio quality. Always enjoy listening and dreaming of a future life during my bumper to bumper commute.

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AppUSER6
Nov 3 '18
Rating:   10
Information and tools for cruising

Great guests and information for those already cruising or looking to start the cruising life style. Teddy J’s a fantastic host!

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BOD Griff
Jul 10 '18
Rating:   6
So so

Teddy needs to quiet down and listen to the person he's interviewing.He tends to ramble on about his background and experiences,which is fine to a point.Room for improvement.

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Swashfrog
Jun 12 '18
Rating:   4
Interview Style Needs Work

I’ve been trying to catch up, now on episode 27. I find myself skipping through the disjunct monologue with appalling guitar fore and aft, hoping that someone will be the impetus to elicit an actual interview. So far, not yet.Questions are not merely statements with “correct?” appended to the end. Effective questions seek to clarify “who, what, why, when, how”. A statement followed by, “correct?” does not prompt a guest to address the meat and potatoes of the subject matter, rather it asks for a simple yes or no, correct or incorrect.Skip the need for precise chronology. I know you’re an engineer and maybe a little compartmentalized, but a conversation evolves at its own speed, organically. Let it. Get out of the way. You’ve got some interesting guests, and given that most of them are sailors, they’re probably adept at “swapping lies” at the waterfront bar. Simply guide your guests; don’t box them in. Encourage them to talk story. If you continue to frame your mission as Sail Loot, every guest will try to contribute something from their personal experience to the anticipated conversation. Ditch the quaint small talk. “Yeah, no, right, sorry. Go on,” and other stumbles risk conversational cohesion as do assumed inside jokes, fading speech volume. Ask clear, concise, probing questions. Follow up with another question if the answer lacked clarity. If you have the benefit of research before calling your guest, simply write down a few questions to help gently guide the conversation. Stop informing your guests that you’ve researched them; it’s a little creepy. Your effective questions will prompt the expose of a tapestry rather that a simple, bland answer. If you’d like to talk about yourself and your personal journey, maybe you should do so in the closing minutes of each podcast. When you insert yourself into an exploration of your guest, you might be attempting to be relatable, but it comes off a bit egotistical or overreaching, like you’re claiming the stage for yourself. I’d love to see you finally let up on the reins of your guest and ask probing questions respective Sail Loot, how your guests maintain a sustainable existence whilst cruising, or at least significantly reduce their burn rate.I’m hanging in there, actually going back this moment to listen again as I prep my Perkins 4.108 for badly needed paint. Subjects I’d like to hear discussed: Power generation and management; maintenance strategies such as deferral and DIY; communications, internet-based businesses, philanthropy...Take heart. Terry Gross wasn’t always as good as she in now. You’ll get there with a little more polish. Just shoot for an easy, flowing conversation. I’ll update this review as I progress through your podcasts.

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TheLunchPad
Jun 12 '18
Rating:   4
Interview style and singing

Interview style really needs to to be polished. Get rid / edit out all of the “ums” and “ahs” and the lip smacking. Also - and top of the improvements required...Stop singing the introduction. Stop it. Stop it. Stop it. Find something new; find a stinger. The current intro probably drives more listeners away in the first 30 seconds than anything else.

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WikiGuy
Mar 12 '18
Rating:   8
Everything is NOT Amazing, Awesome and Fantastic

I like this Podcast, but must downgrade to 4 stars due to these words being thrown around way too much: Amazing, Awesome and Fantastic. I recommend reserving the use of these words like doctors saving lives, soldiers sacrificing themselves on a grenade to save their buddies . . . AMAZING!

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Lazy Geckos
Nov 21 '17
Rating:   10
Awesome!

What a cool podcast! We enjoyed hanging out and chatting with you!

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sparkadelic69
Oct 1 '17
Rating:   10
Awesome Sauce!

Teddy’s podcast is about a man trying to figure out how to make the dream a reality. It’s really honest and quite informative. Great ideas about budgeting, earning money while away, and anything that could get you out there doing it. If you have dreams of one day cutting the dock lines listen and be inspired and gain practical tips that could help you turn the dreams into goals and do it!

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chris2705
Oct 1 '17
Rating:   4
Needs Work

I'm sorry, I listen to a lot of podcasts and I've tried but I find this unlistenable. The interviewer speaks so slow, and it's painful to listen to the constant stream of "wow", "uh huh", "right".

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sailinghappy
Aug 8 '17
Rating:   10
Simply the Best

Can't thank you enough. Watching you live your dream is simply the best. Thanks you doing it with class!

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Medsailor
Nov 29 '16
Rating:   10
Keep it up!

Teddy does a great job of putting together a fun and interesting podcast. He's been a guest on my podcast in the past and vice versa it's great to have another great sailing podcasts out there. Thanksks Teddy keep up the good work!

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