Lessons Learned From Starting My Own Independent Podcast
today officially marks our 50th episode of the Bossed Up podcast!
Today’s podcast is SUPER different than our usual.
I’m reflecting on all the lessons I’ve learned about independent podcast production – both the things we have and haven’t quite yet figured out. I get super transparent about sharing my goals for the next 6 months, and ask for YOUR support in making this incredible community of listeners even bigger and bossier!
I have to admit, it was a bit scary putting this one together.
It feels vulnerable to put it all out there, but I hope by pulling back the curtain, you’ll see how much this is a labor of love. Let me know what you think in the comments below!
In today’s episode, I also mention a bunch of products and services I’ve come to love. Learn more at the related links below:
- Zoom H4n recorder
- Zoom meeting software
- Sept 20: LIVE Podcast show at General Assembly NYC! – you can also find the details on Facebook here.
- Sept. 29 & 30: Bossed Up Bootcamp in DC!
I cannot thank you enough for listening to and supporting the Bossed Up podcast over these past 7 months. I can’t wait to hear more about what you think of today’s episode, and what you’d like to see me cover next!
Disclaimer: I’m a big fan of all the products and services detailed here, which is why I’m using and recommending them. That said, some of the offers above also include affiliate links, which means at no cost to you, I may earn a commission if you click through and make purchase. If you choose to, thanks for supporting Bossed Up!
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