[0:02] Have you ever found a recipe that you loved, and then modified over time? Maybe you needed to halve or double the recipe. Perhaps you had to substitute ingredients because you didn’t have the ones required on hand. It could be that over time you added in your own personal touches. A dash more of this. A pitch less of that.
[0:29] The same is true for your podcast. The recipe you use when you start your podcast may change over time to suit the needs of your listeners as well as yours as hostess.
[0:48] We’re spicing things up today and in the upcoming three episodes of the podcast with a brand new miniseries. We’ll be diving into in many ingredients or ‘spices’ you’ll need, and you’ll get to make some choices so that you can build a strong foundation for your podcast.
[1:34] This is the first time this workbook has been released outside of Podcast in a Weekend. This $9 workbook offer will disappear on October 24
[2:33] It’s been said that variety is the spice of life and the same can definitely be said about your podcasting life.
[3:04] Origins of the phrase and what “Variety is the spice of life” and how it applies to your podcasting life
[4:02] What Yong’s reading now and how it inspired this episode on the miniseries
[5:20] As a podcaster, you are in the driver’s seat. You get to call the shots and make up your own recipes
[5:45] Two spices for your podcast (1) the type of show you want to create and (2) your show’s personality.
[6:09] Overview of the 4 types of show formats you can create
[6:32] Show Format #1: The Solo Show – pros and cons
[7:21] Show Format #2: The Interview-Based Show – pros and cons
[8:26] Show Format #3: the co-hosted or panel discussion podcast – pros and cons
[8:59] Show Format #4: the combination podcast – pros and cons
[9:34] ] Today’s second spice: culture/personality and examples
[10:53] Share your unique spices from today’s episode BELOW.
[11:08] An important thing to remember as you launch and grow your podcast
[11:38] Coming next week: 2 Bonus episodes + Live Q&A