What I Learned Doing a Daily Podcast

As I write this, I feel stuck between two idioms. The first is, “Shoot for the moon, and you’ll land among the stars.”
The second is, “he’s always swinging for the fences.”

The former has a positive connotation. If you aim high, even if you fall short, you’ll still do something great. The latter can be negative. You’re constantly trying to hit a home run (and striking out) when a single will do.

Last year I was pretty set on doing a daily podcast. I loved the idea of combining that with a mini podcast to create a fantastic back catalog of podcasting tips for anyone at any stage of podcasting.

It also allowed me to experiment and really understand what goes into creating a daily show.

The short: it’s a lot of work. I’m going to share everything I learned with you. Then you can decide if I was shooting for the moon to land among the stars, or swinging for the fences and striking out.

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