Nov 12, 2018
How do I do so many podcasts? I get that question all the time. How do I stay consistent? How do I set my podcast up for the Long Haul? I'm fresh back from Speaking at DC Podfest, and I did a new version of the presentation called "3 Things Your Podcast Needs That Have Nothing With Microphones, Downloads, Or Hosting" and this is a revamped version of an episode I did years ago (with new information and new insights).
2:45 How podcasting is like an iceberg, and today we are talking about the part of the iceberg that is under the water, but still important
I have a mentoring program where I work with you, but as the new year is right around the corner I wanted to create a limited time program with limited access. Here are the details
We meet for six weeks to get your podcast up and running. These calls will be recorded.
I will help you research your topic to help ensure you contact impacts and inspires your audience
You will have clearly defined goals for your show
You will have the best podcasting gear that fits your budget
You will have instant Access to me during this six weeks. With this in mind, I'm offering this to a very few people.
Our coaching calls will be used to produce a new podcast spotlighting the making of your show, and giving your more promotion.
You also get a year of membership at the School of Podcasting (which includes more group coaching, private Facebook group, and courses)
If you are interested, go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/youpodcastlaunch
At the end of the month, I like to feature a podcast with your voice in it. I ask a question, and we all learn together.
This month's question is "What is the book you refer the most?" I'd love to hear your answer. Go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/contact
and submit your answer (put "November Question" if you email me). I need the answer by November 23rd, 2018
Also, if you have found love via podcasting, I am working on the question of the month for February.
The three things you need are
This is the "I think I can, I think I can." It does take some time to get your podcast momentum going (your podcast is a bit like a Locomotive - not a race car)
It's not all about downloads, and think about being in front of a room of "only 200" people
11:55 Why monthly download stats are crap (or at least misleading)
14:25 What podcasters can learn from Oprah
16:10 How to calculate how many downloads you should be getting
We are going to dig down, work longer, work harder, and go, go, go, and we end up burning ourselves out
21:05 Robby Tonins the great motivational speaker who loves to push you to sleep when you're dead
23:00 The suicide rate has risen 30% since 1999 in America. Podcasters/Entrepreneurs may be more prone to become depressed
25:15 There is no such thing as "multitasking."
26:20 Avoid the drive-through
26:50 Dave's new wife Alexa
28:30 Relationships can cause Stress
30:15 Marriage Advice from the Divorced Guy
31:05 Be sure you know what your partner is thinking instead of guessing
33:30 How much time do you have a day to devote to your podcast?
35:15 Generalities of Men and Women
37:05 The Crazy Cycle
38:20 How to respond to Zingers
39:18 Handling Stalemates
39:50 Date Night on Steroids
41:43 Fast food is Not Fast
43:05 I love Evernote
44:05 I love Todoist
44:30 Do not read your email first thing in the morning
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