You hear podcasts every day and you know what you hear: bad scripting, weak details and no consistency. It’s a wonder anyone subscribes to these shows at all.
You’re smart. You’re capable. You’ve got the skills to make a good podcast.
You can see the kinds of results others podcasters are creating for themselves. You want those results, too.
The path forward seems both natural and in reach:
- Step One: Start a podcast
- Step Two: …Finish that podcast
- Step Three: Actually LAUNCH that podcast
- Step Four: Get that project to listeners who want it, value it, and are happy to subscribe to it.
But when you try it, you get stuck. You stall. “I’ll finish this later” leads to “It’s just not quite ready yet” to “you know, I don’t really feel like working on this anymore.”