I launched Take It Personally Podcast in October of 2019. The reason I got into podcasting was because of my love for blogging. Blogging moved the needle a ton in my business, but eventually as blogging became less popular, I decided to dive into podcasting. And now we are already almost up to 100 episodes!
It has been such a cool journey to see where my business was when I first started podcasting to where it is today. I’m sharing some of the things I’ve learned in recording (*almost*) 100 episodes:
Here are the main things discussed in this episode:
- Starting was the easy part! The tech side of podcasting was what scared me.
- Things to know when getting started
- Coming up with fresh content ideas
- Using Asana to track the moving parts of episodes
- Utilizing a team
- Podcast pitches and choosing guests to come on the show
- Batching content
- Long-form content and repurposing
- Meeting so many great people who are doing business well
A few highlights from this episode:
[3:03] – I think about where my business was when I started podcasting versus where it is today, and I have come a really long way. I think a lot of that is due in part to the podcast.
[8:16] – Having a team has been a total game-changer. What I have found in my business is that having a team makes me more accountable.
[14:52] – I don’t know how I would do this if I wasn’t able to batch content.
[16:14] – I really want the podcast to serve as my long-form content that then informs all of my short-form content.
- #33: Getting the Most Mileage Out of Your Content
- #36: How to Start a Podcast
- #41: Syncing Your Business with Your Cycle
- #62: Setting Up My Schedule According to My Cycle
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