Launching a podcast is a little tech and a HUGE mental game of overcoming fear, getting out of your own way, and (sometimes) a daily grind.
Join me as I share what I've picked up on my podcasting journey over the last 5 years, hosting over 250 episodes, growing as a host and editor, developing systems and processes, and beginning to share what I've learned.
The road is hard-fought and has allowed me to help other podcasters launch, improve their shows, up their editing games, and more. And I've been able to edit over 300 episodes myself.
Join me on my quest to help 1,000 podcasters launch, sustain, and improve their shows.
How much computer do I REALLY need for my podcast. I recently answered this question and I’ll share the details with you, too.
Yesterday I talked about a weird audio issue and promised to show you how to fix it. I forgot to do that. So I’m back today to show you two ways to fix the issue.
Have you ever had a weird audio issue with your podcast that just didn’t make sense. Today I’m sharing the long-overdue follow-up to a podcaster’s question about why an episode sounded fine on headphones but not through the phone speaker.
You’ve booked a guest for your podcast and they’ve missed the interview. What should you do? Should you write them off? Complain? Offer to reschedule?
As we approach the end of the year, it’s time to think about what you’ll do next year – specifically with your podcast. Will you start one? Will you change one? Will you upgrade something?
I had an epiphany while watching an elementary school Christmas program today that highlighted some thoughts about signal to noise ratio. I think you’ll enjoy the story and take something away from it, too.
I hear questions all the time from podcasters wanting to get more people subscribed to their shows. After making a great show, what we can learn from road construction is the next step.
Do you ever feel a twinge of fear before you hit publish on a podcast episode? Did fear hold you back from starting? Here’s what I do about it and what’s happened to me.
Consistency is VERY important in podcasting but there are some times when you should consider breaking the chain. Here are a few times you might think about it.
Today at work I was on a call with someone from Tech Support. Not only did I get a small serving of Humble Pie, but I was reminded of one thing I need to be more careful of as a podcaster.