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Podcasts are here to stay. They are not a fad. It doesn't appear they will go the way of the Walkman, the DVD, or the Palm Pilot anytime soon.

Podcasting is a great way to grow your brand, equip your team, or build your platform.

People are busy, but they aren't too busy to listen to podcasts. Why? They still have plenty of "AirPod Time."

What’s “AirPod Time?” “AirPod Time” are moments throughout the day when a

person is alone and able to focus on more than one thing at a time. Driving, running errands, walking to the dog, and exercising are all great examples of "AirPod Time."

At Tarnow & Company, we know many organizations and individuals would love to start a podcast. One thing is holding them back: they don't know how or where to start.

We've made the process of starting a podcast very simple. We hold your hand every step of the way. Our goal is to get you from "idea" to "downloads" as fast as possible.

Many times, the entire process can take less than two weeks!

If you are interested in learning more about how easy it will be for you to start a podcast, click the button below to schedule a call. 



The first two decades of Adam's career couldn't have been more different.

After graduating from Clemson University with an accounting degree, he spent ten years as a CPA working with PriceWaterhouseCoopersThe Neiman Marcus Group, and BKD CPAs & Advisors.

The next ten years of his career were spent working at Watermark Community Church. While on staff, he had stints leading in the marriage ministry, college ministry and ended his time at Watermark as the Director of Arts.

Over his career, Adam has spoken over 500 times in churches and businesses. Throughout this time, he has become an expert in communication and engagement. Adam has a unique gift for making the complex simple and disarming audiences with his wit, humility, and self-deprecating humor.

Adam has been hosting and producing podcasts since 2017. His leadership podcast is called Here's What I'm Seeing and can be listened to here.

Adam has been married since December 2003 and has two boys. Free time in the Tarnow house typically involves playing, watching, or talking about some type of sport (especially golf, baseball & basketball).