Pre-S: I'm on vacation this week, so I thought I'd try something a little different.
There’s a myth that if you do something for 21 days, it becomes a habit. I say it’s a myth because it’s been debunked. Several times.
The truth is, no matter how long a habit takes you to form, the more complicated it is, the more easily broken it is.
So producing a podcast is likely not a habit you’re forming. It’s work you’re doing, as efficiently as possible, without sacrificing content. But listening to a podcast, that can be a habit.
It’s why I often tell my clients and students that you don’t need a weekly show, but a monthly show can be a tough sell if you want to be part of someone’s routine.
Something I’ve been thinking about a lot lately is producing a short, daily podcast. In fact, the podcast version of these articles will include daily podcast tips.
So as I work on the next deep dive, I thought I’d share what I’ve learned about how to produce a daily podcast, and what I intend to do to produce one.
👉 IN THIS ISSUE
- A daily podcast can be an incredible authority-building asset for you
- Pick a format and topic that lends itself to your business goals
- Batching content is a super important aspect of a daily podcast
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Until next time,
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