by Mark Steadman
The only people immune to imposter syndrome are those that feel like life owes them a favour. Being generous and vulnerable means confronting imposter syndrome, so instead of denying it, why not call its bluff?
It’s Monday, 9pm. You’ve had a long day, and all you want to do is watch the Bake Off and eat M&Ms. But tomorrow’s the day you release your next podcast episode, and you haven’t recorded anything! Sound familiar?
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This groundbreaking AI tool makes writing show notes simpler and more effective, by providing a concise summary of the transcript with the most crucial information at the top. Plus, it adds valuable context and detail, which makes editing and creating show notes a breeze. It can remove the toughest elements …
Podcasts often fizzle out, or fail to get started entirely, because the process of putting out regular episodes just feels too hard. Here are 9 ways to bring ease into your podcasting workflow.
Wrangling guests for a weekly podcast can be a bureaucratic nightmare. Tools like Calendly, Zapier, and Notion can help keep track of multiple guests, but among all the automation it’s crucial to remember the humans reading the emails.
Carrie has a lot of podcast episodes to edit, and very little energy to take on the task. She wanted to know how she should go about finding an editor who can help her lighten the load, so she can keep the creation process joyous.
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Gregory Anne transcribes her audio using Descript, and passes that off to an editor. She’s curious whether it’s worth publishing transcripts, given that she suspects few people will use them, but it’s important for her to make them presentable and accurate.She records her show on Zoom and uploads some of …