There's all the tech stuff you have to worry about.
There's the big time commitment involved in launching your show and keeping it going.
And even if you put in all the work to get your show on the air and into iTunes, you're not guaranteed anyone will like it.
All this stuff is legit.
Then there's the irrational stuff I hear all the time, like:
- I'm afraid I'll get on the mic and not know what to say
- I'm afraid I'll run out of things to talk about after 10-20 shows
- I'm afraid I'll be boring
The reason I call these "irrational" fears is because you don't have to worry about this kind of stuff if you put in the proper prep work before you start.
This is where so many podcasters go wrong.
They have an idea they think is brilliant.
They jump in and start recording shows.
When they launch they hear nothing but crickets.
Look, I'm all for taking fast action to get things started.
But if you were my client I wouldn't let you record one word until you did the prep work.
That's why I'm going to give you a glimpse of what I put my clients through before they launch their show without having to pay my ridiculous consulting fees.
How? It's simple…
Inside the next Podcast Mogul Newsletter http://PodcastMogul.com I'm going to share all the behind the scenes stuff that went into creating my infamous "Assignment #1" at The Podcast Factory.
Basically, when someone invests thousands of dollars to have me and my team help them with their show I tell them, "You and I won't talk until you complete Assignment #1"
And no matter how eager they are to start recording, I won't let them do anything until they finish Assignment #1.
It's because Assignment #1 helps them get clear on everything they need for their show – including topics, packaging, and strategy.
Before you ask, the answer is NO.
No, I'm not going to give you my the exact Assignment #1 my clients get. That would be unfailr to them and the large investment they make to work with me.
What you will get inside the next Podcast Mogul newsletter is the stuff that helped me create Assignment #1 for my clients.
That way you can use it to get clear on the things you'll need to have a podcast people actually want to listen to.
The next newsletter goes to the printer soon, grab it now while you still have time at http://PodcastMogul.com