Podcasting Lessons After 200 Episodes #203

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Podcasting Lessons I Learned After 200 Episodes

After 200 episodes, I’ve learned that having a podcast forces you to show up. I say this all the time about hiring a team – when you have other people who are working beside you to accomplish a goal, you take it seriously and don’t put it aside.

This is gonna be a fun episode because I also asked my podcast editor, Emily Porter, a fellow military spouse (she has been on the show before) and I asked my podcast/marketing assistant, Shannon Govern for their tips and podcast lessons.

Listen in to learn more about

  • my top 10 podcasting lessons after doing 200 episodes
  • pod fade and effective strategies to prevent it
  • collaboration, consistency, and organizational tips to keep things running smoothly
  • how to identify and capitalize on podcasting trends while staying authentic to your brand
  • the benefits of working with a team you enjoy and align with

I’m all about being transparent and want you to know what’s happening behind the scenes. I am never the person who tries to pretend I can do it all because there’s no way in hell I could do it alone.

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