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Self-Care For Podcasters

Podcasters, like all creatives, need to take care of themselves. Our vocation (or avocation) is filled with stressors. We can feel overwhelmed just keeping up with our current production schedules, let alone the changing industry. Here are some ways to make sure you give yourself the love and attention you need.

Learning To Trust The Podcaster You Are Right Now
October 8, 2020
Learning To Trust The Podcaster You Are Right Now
Want to be a better podcaster? Education, practice, & commitment are key. But becoming truly successful at podcasting requires uncomfortable amounts of trust in one key person: Yourself.
Simply Making The Podcast You Want & Your Audience Needs
October 7, 2020
Simply Making The Podcast You Want & Your Audience Needs
At its core, podcasting is pretty simple. What makes podcasting so complicated, is us, the podcasters, trying to give our audience what they want. But is it what we need?
The Benefits To Podcasting When You're Less Critical More Often
September 23, 2020
The Benefits To Podcasting When You're Less Critical More Often
Like most creative and professional pursuits, critical opinions help make podcasting better. But when your criticism inhibits the creative process, it limits the promise and potential of podcasting.
The Healthy Way To Deal With Doubts About Your Podcast
September 22, 2020
The Healthy Way To Deal With Doubts About Your Podcast
You know that little voice inside your head raising nagging suspicions about some aspect of your podcast? It’s probably there for a reason. And you should probably give it voice.
Saying No To Podcasting Jobs & Yes To Podcaster Relationships
August 11, 2020
Saying No To Podcasting Jobs & Yes To Podcaster Relationships
Podcasting is a growth industry, with demand starting to outpace supply. Should you grow your podcasting business through any means necessary, or by leaving room for the right opportunities?
Podcasting Conversations Worth Fighting Over
August 6, 2020
Podcasting Conversations Worth Fighting Over
Some podcasting relationships turn sour and lead to an argument. Or several arguments. “Winning” isn’t dependent on your ability to argue. It’s about understanding the least acceptable outcome.
Podcasting For Goodness' Sake
July 21, 2020
Podcasting For Goodness' Sake
Things aren’t great. But you could use your podcasting powers for good and help worthy causes better tell their stories. (And still have plenty of time to a podcasting powerhouse!)
What To Do During Your Podcast's Season Break
May 12, 2020
What To Do During Your Podcast's Season Break
Taking a break from podcasting can be good for your health. But how well will you spend your downtime? Here are 10 smart on-break activities that should make your next season even stronger.
Pandemic Parley For Podcasters
March 26, 2020
Pandemic Parley For Podcasters
Assuming you haven’t grown weary of me talking about how the global pandemic is impacting podcasting… I want to know how it’s impacting you and your own podcasting story. Better together, you know?
Reaching Beyond The Pod For Human Connection
March 25, 2020
Reaching Beyond The Pod For Human Connection
Everyone is stuck inside. And save the hard-core introvert, everyone is craving more human connections. Yes, your podcast can help provide that. But think what else you can do beyond your podcast.
The Art of Being Specifically Selfish
January 22, 2019
The Art of Being Specifically Selfish
How to stay focused on the things that truly matter (and how to measure them!)
Podcasting's Holiday Paradox
December 4, 2018
Podcasting's Holiday Paradox
To break or not to break for the holidays?
Podcasting Your Way Through Your Existential Crisis
September 11, 2018
Podcasting Your Way Through Your Existential Crisis
Three tips for surviving the inevitable questioning of why you are doing this.
Podcasting In The Zone (Without Zoning Out)
January 20, 2020
Podcasting In The Zone (Without Zoning Out)
Podcasting, like any craft, often feels best when you get in the zone. Call it focus if you like, but things just seem to flow better. Unless you get too focused and lose sight of the bigger picture.
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