Finding Your Voice with Kate Bradley Chernis @LatelyAIKately

by Featured, Humanly Possible Podcast


Kate spent years using her voice to make a living. Once she found her voice, she said goodbye to hostile work environments and made the choice to work for herself.


In This Episode

  • Reading the room
  • The power of silence
  • The importance of believing someone when they tell you something is wrong
  • Working in a toxic environment
  • Reverse engineering a business
  • How Lately works

Quotations From This Episode

“Silence is so powerful on the air, and in general… it’s a tool that you can wield.” –.@LatelyAIKately

“I learned at that time that the fear of not knowing if I was going to have enough money was way exponentially less than the fear of working with a-holes.” –.@LatelyAIKately

“The empathy slash sympathy is what makes us human.” –.@LatelyAIKately

“I want to be the fuel behind the engine.” –.@LatelyAIKately

“The best, most powerful three words in the English language are, this isn’t working.” –.@LatelyAIKately

“My other favorite phrase is it’s always right in front of you.” –.@LatelyAIKately


Kate Bradley Chernis is the Founder & CEO of Lately, the only social media management platform that creates content FOR you with the power of A.I.

As a former marketing agency owner, Kate initially created the idea for Lately out of spreadsheets for then-client, Walmart, and got them a 130% ROI, year-over-year for three years.

Prior to founding Lately, Kate served 20 million listeners as Music Director and on-air host at Sirius/XM. She’s also an award-winning radio producer, engineer and voice talent with 25 years of national broadcast communications, brand-building, sales and marketing expertise.


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Summary Keywords

energy, silence, marketing, trust, validation, harassment, voice, fear


Kate Bradley Chernis, Bryan Kramer