First, how I’m going to get my work done so I have plenty of time to be a Dad.
Second, how I’m going to structure his day so we get the most out of our time together.
He’s two years old and this is precious time that I don’t want to miss.
So I’ve been thinking about the routine that I will have with him. It includes morning play time (alone) while I make breakfast for him. Then we’ll play some piano together, and study my Rosetta Stone Philippino, and after that perhaps we’ll work on the garden and then he’ll go down for a nap. And while he sleeps I’ll be able to get my afternoon session of work done.
That’s as far as I’ve gotten with the structure for his day.
But it gives you a little insight into how I think. I like structure, I like systems, I like being able to deliver a consistent result day in and day out. It’s one of my super powers.
It’s also one of the reasons why people really like working with me and my team at The Podcast Factory.
We have structure, we lead you through the process. There is no guessing what is next. We let you know what to do every step of the way so you get the podcast you’ve always wanted without second guessing yourself or procrastinating.
Plus, you’re never on your own. Me and my team of assistants and engineers will always be there for you no matter what. You’ll always know we have your back.
Why? Because podcasting is a long term investment. And the only way you can hang in there through the ups and downs is to have someone who’s been there taking you by the hand and getting you to the promise land.
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It’s not for everyone. Like if you’re just starting out, or you’re opportunity minded instead of investor minded, or you’re not fun to hang out with – this isn’t for you.
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