The term "woodshedding" comes from the idea of going out to the “woodshed” in the back yard (or some similar, solitary place), and working at something, over and over again, until it’s perfected.
Keep upping your game, and you may end up with an award-winning podcast.
In biology, evolution is the change in the characteristics of a species over several generations. In business, products evolve over time to improve the customer experience. As a showrunner, you need to encourage the evolution of your podcast. At launch, it’s difficult to know if listeners will enjoy your podcast in the way that you envision it. Let’s assume that you followed...
There are many well-intentioned articles that say you should start a podcast because it's easy. I'm going to be straight with you. While easy to start, producing and publishing a podcast regularly requires tremendous effort, energy, and discipline.
Want a shortcut to creating a great podcast? Never hesitate to imitate another podcaster. Imitation is part of the creative process for anyone learning an art or craft. Whether it's painting, music, or podcasting, all find inspiration in looking up to others.
Take this test to see if you're a podcaster.
If you're creating art for art's sake, how many listeners do you need? Here's great advice from Glenn "The Geek" Hebert who has been podcasting since 2008.
Have you ever gotten a one-star review for your podcast? Anything less than five-stars can be a crushing blow, but I kind of want some.
What is your "one thing" for your podcast? Do you have "one thing" for every episode? If not, I think you should.
If you want to fast track your way to be a better podcast interviewer, here's an exercise that will improve your questions and technique.