#40 – 8 Things I Learned From My First Year of Podcasting

So it’s been a couple months since I posted the last episode. I know. I’m sorry.

I needed a break, and I kept making the break longer and longer. After two months, I said, this is enough, let’s dive back into this podcast hardcore.

Episode 40 is all about the things I’ve learned in my first year of podcasting. I’ve learned a lot about the process, people, the tech side of things, the world, and myself.

There were 39 episodes posted in the first year, I took a two month break, and from now until the end of July 2017, I hope to publish at least 50 episodes. It’s all about consistency, and just putting in the work. Taking action is so simple, but things that are simple aren’t always easy. But it just takes that first step.

Anyways, I hope you’re glad to have more Risk Without Regret episodes coming through your feed, and I really appreciate you for listening and for following along with me on this exciting journey!

Enjoy this episode and be sure to subscribe to the podcast here!

Everything mentioned

Podcast Movement
Audio-Technica ATR2100 Microphone
Adobe Audition
Mackie 402VLZ4 Mixer
Zoom H4N Digital Recorder
Andrea Lake

Things I’ve learned

  1. I’m ok with my voice.
  2. I’m glad I started when I did.
  3. Anybody can do this.
  4. It’s cheap to get into.
  5. I’ve met a lot of great people and had amazing conversations with the guests, with listeners, and people who’ve never even heard the show yet.
  6. I’ve gained a lot of interview and communication skills.
  7. Editing takes forever.
  8. Great things happen when you get out of your comfort zone, and I’ve still nervous to start every interview.

Thanks for listening

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast here and I can’t wait to share the next episode with you soon! And feel free to leave a comment below with your feedback and any questions you have.

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