39 min

Podcast Decisions: The Balance Between Passion and Logic School of Podcasting

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In researching successful content creators, I came across quite a few young Youtuber who have six-8 figure subscriber counts, tons of money, and are absolutely miserable.
In looking at why someone would pressure something that was putting too much stress on their life it brought me back to passion (when emotions take over the decision making) and Logic (which only does things that make sense). I came across some new research and insights I wanted to share. 
Please note this episode is clean, but does have some bleeped out words.
Focusrite: The Vocaster Series Made For Podcasters
AutoGain – Easily set your levels with the click of a button, with more than enough gain on tap (70dB) – no booster needed Enhance – Four podcaster-approved voice presets bring out the best in any voice Mute – Silence the mic with the touch of a button – don’t let unexpected interruptions get in the way of recording Connect your phone – Record phone calls, high quality music, or other audio from your device, seamlessly Record to a camera – Plug in your camera and record directly to its memory card Loopback – Stream calls or any other audio you can think of from your computer with two sets of stereo loopback Included software – Hindenburg Lite to record, three months of SquadCast Pro + Video to bring in your guests, and six months of Acast Influencer to publish, you’re ready to get your show out there Learn more at: Focusrite.com/Vocaster  QUESTION OF THE MONTH
I need your answer by the end of August 2022
This month's question comes from Dave from Walking is Fitness which is a daily 10-minute podcast designed to help listeners find a little extra motivation to get out for a fitness walk every single day. 
THE QUESTION:
Most podcast hosts have a target listener. And I would imagine like most podcasts, there are certain themes and topics that I know that are of greater interest to my target listener.
 How often do you return to these key topics?
Go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/question
When you answer tell us about your show (including the WEBSITE ADDRESS).
Join the School of Podcasting
When you join the School of Podcasting you can quit worrying about:

Are people going to listen to me? (Yes, cause I'll show you how to see what they want).

Am I going to sound stupid? (No, as I'll show you the magic of editing)

It will cost a million dollars (No, I'll have you sounding like a million bucks without spending a million bucks). 

I don't anything about this technology (You said the same thing about driving). 

Get access to:
Step-by-step tutorials, live group coaching, a mastermind group filled with brilliant podcasting minds,  and the ability to have unlimited time-shifted consulting (and quick-fix zoom calls as you like at no extra charge). 
Join worry-free with a 30-day money-back guarantee 

Go to courses.schoolofpodcasting.com
MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
We remember negative things more than positive
Burnt Out at 19 Elle Mills Meltdown
YouTube's Burnout Generation
YouTube burnout is real. Creators are struggling to cope
Benjamin Franklin's Method of Self-Improvement (Live Well and Flourish)
Someday Is Today: 22 Simple, Actionable Ways to Propel Your Creative Life (aff)
Storyworthy (by Mathew Dicks)
We Need Passion
Passion enables us to "throw caution to the wind" which can come in handy to take those scary leaps.

We Need Logic
When we put our thoughts into the reality of something happening, that logic can bring us back from making too many decisions from our hearts. 
See full notes at www.schoolofpodcasting.com/840
 
 

In researching successful content creators, I came across quite a few young Youtuber who have six-8 figure subscriber counts, tons of money, and are absolutely miserable.
In looking at why someone would pressure something that was putting too much stress on their life it brought me back to passion (when emotions take over the decision making) and Logic (which only does things that make sense). I came across some new research and insights I wanted to share. 
Please note this episode is clean, but does have some bleeped out words.
Focusrite: The Vocaster Series Made For Podcasters
AutoGain – Easily set your levels with the click of a button, with more than enough gain on tap (70dB) – no booster needed Enhance – Four podcaster-approved voice presets bring out the best in any voice Mute – Silence the mic with the touch of a button – don’t let unexpected interruptions get in the way of recording Connect your phone – Record phone calls, high quality music, or other audio from your device, seamlessly Record to a camera – Plug in your camera and record directly to its memory card Loopback – Stream calls or any other audio you can think of from your computer with two sets of stereo loopback Included software – Hindenburg Lite to record, three months of SquadCast Pro + Video to bring in your guests, and six months of Acast Influencer to publish, you’re ready to get your show out there Learn more at: Focusrite.com/Vocaster  QUESTION OF THE MONTH
I need your answer by the end of August 2022
This month's question comes from Dave from Walking is Fitness which is a daily 10-minute podcast designed to help listeners find a little extra motivation to get out for a fitness walk every single day. 
THE QUESTION:
Most podcast hosts have a target listener. And I would imagine like most podcasts, there are certain themes and topics that I know that are of greater interest to my target listener.
 How often do you return to these key topics?
Go to www.schoolofpodcasting.com/question
When you answer tell us about your show (including the WEBSITE ADDRESS).
Join the School of Podcasting
When you join the School of Podcasting you can quit worrying about:

Are people going to listen to me? (Yes, cause I'll show you how to see what they want).

Am I going to sound stupid? (No, as I'll show you the magic of editing)

It will cost a million dollars (No, I'll have you sounding like a million bucks without spending a million bucks). 

I don't anything about this technology (You said the same thing about driving). 

Get access to:
Step-by-step tutorials, live group coaching, a mastermind group filled with brilliant podcasting minds,  and the ability to have unlimited time-shifted consulting (and quick-fix zoom calls as you like at no extra charge). 
Join worry-free with a 30-day money-back guarantee 

Go to courses.schoolofpodcasting.com
MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
We remember negative things more than positive
Burnt Out at 19 Elle Mills Meltdown
YouTube's Burnout Generation
YouTube burnout is real. Creators are struggling to cope
Benjamin Franklin's Method of Self-Improvement (Live Well and Flourish)
Someday Is Today: 22 Simple, Actionable Ways to Propel Your Creative Life (aff)
Storyworthy (by Mathew Dicks)
We Need Passion
Passion enables us to "throw caution to the wind" which can come in handy to take those scary leaps.

We Need Logic
When we put our thoughts into the reality of something happening, that logic can bring us back from making too many decisions from our hearts. 
See full notes at www.schoolofpodcasting.com/840
 
 

39 min