Too often publishing is either horribly rushed (just to meet a deadline) or not done at all because fear and perfection are in the way. In this episode, I’ll be discussing why and how you can publish with podcasting happiness.
While listening to a TED Talk, the speaker, Shonda Rhimes, shared something that I feel connects well with our focus on podcasting happiness...her “hum.” And no, I'm not referring to the little annoying floor noise we sometimes get in our audio recording...
I feel that what she is describing is exactly what podcasting happiness is all about, getting in our zone and keeping our hum alive. In this episode, I'll be sharing 3 ways to help you with recording your podcast, for "hum" sake.
Walking into our podcast studio and knowing what we'll be recording always makes our hearts sing a little louder. We even sound more confidently happier, because we brainstormed, researched, and planned our next episode.
Let's be real, most of the time, planning for our podcast is sometimes close to non-existent. In this episode I'll be sharing 3 simple tips to help you with planning your podcast for podcasting happiness.
Podcasting happiness (or success) can look like paid sponsors, a large audience, a lot of download numbers, a raving following, high conversion rates of listeners into paying customers, being excited to record rather than feeling like it’s a chore/obligation or maybe a combination of all of the above.