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.
Editing your podcast can be a LOT of work. Even with a framework like the ACME-M method, you might find yourself ill-equipped to do some part of it. Here’s what to do.
You're busy. You have a lot to do and you want to make sure you don't miss something when producing your podcast. Here's how I use the ACME-M method to produce my podcast and client podcasts in the middle of all I have going on.
You have a great podcast episode ready to go. You’ve cleaned up the audio. The mix is stellar and the edits are clean. But there’s one more stage of production…
People who communicate clearly connect better and are more influential. You can use this stage of the ACME-M of podcast production to help you and your guests or cohosts do just that, even if it wasn’t caught perfectly on tape.
There are 5 stages for podcast post-production. If you get this one right, you show will sing like a hit song. Miss it, and it might fall flat.
You want your podcast to sound great. You edit and mix it all together well. But if you miss this step before editing, you could be set up for failure.
The first stage of the ACME-M method sets you up for success
Podcast production takes time. But what if there was a way to save time and deliver consistent results? Enter the ACME-M method!
It’s common to make mistakes when you start something new. Podcasting is no exception. But what about regrettable decisions? The decisions that aren’t just an annoyance but could totally cripple your podcasting experience. The decisions that could set you up for...
Producing a podcast is no joke. But sometimes we can be so close to our shows that we don't see the opportunities, so we have to find them in other places. Here's what pressure washing my driveway taught me about podcasting.