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.
There’s a lot to learn when starting a podcast and there are a lot of people you can learn from. But there are also a lot of ways to get it wrong. Do this so you don’t get stuck.
Sometimes as a podcaster, it’ll feel like you’re having to go it alone. I can’t emphasize too strongly how much you NEED one of these.
The cool thing about podcasting is that there aren’t really any set rules. As an indie podcaster, you get to call the shots. Listen to discover what’s been getting me excited recently.
I love to learn and grow. If you’re a podcaster, you probably do too. Listen to discover a book that helped me think differently about my podcast.
I see this question all the time, “Why does making my podcast take forever?” Today I’m going to tackle that question and the answer might surprise you.
You’re thinking about your podcast and wondering what happens if you mistake. Here’s what to do (with an example).
Advice is cheap and if you ask, nearly everybody will share their opinions. Here’s how you can sort the best from the rest.
Right now, nearly anyone CAN start a podcast. But if you can’t answer a simple question, it’ll be hard for your podcast to stand out or really matter to people.
There are many reasons to start a podcast. Listen to discover what led to this podcast and the one thing that’s most important to keep in mind, no matter why you’re starting.
Any time you start something new, there are things you hope will happen. It’s the same with starting a podcast. But sometimes the most meaningful benefits are the ones you could never begin to hope for.