OMFG I made it through 100 episodes of this here podcast – can you believe it?!

During this (epic but occasionally emotional) rollercoaster I’ve learned A LOT, so I thought it’d only be fair to reflect a little and share some of the biggest lessons I’ve learned about podcasting.

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10 podcasting tips:

  1. Don’t aim for a perfect start, just begin, and learn along the way. Also, don’t aim for perfect along the way!
  2. Never be afraid to switch up your format, your posting schedule or anything else.
  3. Having rapport with the people you interview is ESSENTIAL.
  4. The best possible podcast training academy is listening to other people’s podcasts.
  5. If you need to take a break, nobody will die.
  6. Fancy equipment and fancy editing can just be an excuse to procrastinate. I still edit everything myself!
  7. Listening to your own voice gets easier with time. Slightly.
  8. Remember who you’re recording for and make sure you’re giving them something to take away.
  9. If you want people to know about your podcast, you have to actually tell them.
  10. Be really clear about WHY you’re doing this. There should be a purpose behind your show.

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