Being a podcast professional comes with its own special language. A very specific and detailed language. It sounds like English…sort of.

Today I was given a small serving of Humble Pie while on a call with Tech Support at work and I was reminded of something that I need to be more carful of as a podcaster.

Listen to Discover:

  • What was going on at work (my day job)
  • How that call went
  • Where the call started going sideways
  • What I took away from the situation as an employee
  • What I took away from the situation as a podcast editor
  • What I’d like YOU to do

How About You?

Are there any terms or phrases I use that are confusing? Or maybe some things I’ve explained poorly (it wouldn’t be the first time). Let me know in the comments and I’ll see if I can clear things up a little.

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