I can't remember if I told you or not,
But last week I spent the day in Atlanta for Strategic Coach.
It was my first time at a Strategic Coach event and I really got a lot of insight on my business.
One of the things they're known for is increasing your free days while maximizing your impact on the world.
The goal of a free day is to be free from work for a 24 hour period from midnight to midnight.
They say by the third year the average student has 150 free days per year.
I'm not average, and I'm not waiting to have 150 free days three years from now.
I'm getting started right now.
That's why I clocked out at 3:00 pm last Friday and didn't pick up a computer or answer an email until Monday afternoon.
Since I'm not allowed any business activity during my free days I picked up a cool new book called “100 Deadly Skills. The SEAL operatives guide to eluding pursuers, evading capture, and surviving any dangerous situation.”
It was written by a retired Navy SEAL and is full of some seriously kick-tail info.
I got three main lessons from the book.
1. Keep things simple
3. Blend in
These are great tips for spies, but how does this relate to you and your podcast show?
If you want the best chance for a successful podcast show you must have a simple way to connect with your listeners.
If you want to be interesting to your market you have to improvise a way to get close to them.
And when you finally figure out where they're hanging out you have to blend in and listen to what they're saying.
Good news, you'll find out how to do all three of these things inside the next “Podcast Mogul” newsletter.
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