You want to start a podcast, you invest a bunch of dough into a course then you dive in only to find out there are hours and hours of videos, worksheets, and assignments before you can get your podcast to market.
Who has time to learn every little detail about how to record, mix, edit, and post your podcast show? Not to mention al the work that goes into writing show notes, getting it up in iTunes, making sure everything is working the way it's supposed to and having a plan to get in New and Noteworthy so you can reach a new audience.
You look at it once, get overwhelmed and never log back in.
Then you put you podcast on the back burner while you tend to business as usual.
But you know in the back of your mind, if you want to be a thought leader in your market you need a podcast.
And it keeps eating at you and eating at you that you don't have one.
Then you see one of your competitors launching their show and getting all your market share and you get motivated to do it again – you buy another course. This one has more videos than the last and it looks like something someone designed for engineers – and that's not you.
And you're out again.
This is the guaranteed way to never start your podcast. It's a vicious circle that will keep you out of the game and far away from all the new customers and listeners waiting for you on iTunes.
That's why the busy business people I work with always tell me that podcast courses constantly derail their progress.
But you don't have to worry about that my friend.
Why? Because this Thursday September 8th at 2:00 pm ET you're going to see exactly how podcast courses are holding you back and what you can do about it so you have your show launched in the next 30 days.
The only thing is my Go To Webinar account has a limited amount of lines available (100) and I'm sending this to my entire Podcast Factory list – so if you want in you'd better register now at http://thepodcastfactory.com/gtw
See you there,