April 1, 2022

Boost Your Podcast Launch with Producer Jaime

Boost Your Podcast Launch with Producer Jaime

Producer Jaime of Florida Podcast Network and Flint Stone Media has helped launch dozens of podcasts for her clients and has edited over 3,000 episodes! We dive right into planning a great podcast launch. 🤝 Connect with Producer 

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:00.440 --> 00:00:06.040 Now here's something we can really like. You're listening to creating daily. There's 2 00:00:06.080 --> 00:00:09.199 something wrong with you. You know that because you and I are like a 3 00:00:09.279 --> 00:00:12.880 mullets. It is the is the business. So he's the front part of 4 00:00:12.919 --> 00:00:25.640 the haircut and then I'm what is up? Everybody? Welcome to another episode 5 00:00:25.839 --> 00:00:29.000 of creating daily. I'm your host, Billy Thorpe. In today's show is 6 00:00:29.000 --> 00:00:32.840 gonna be so much fun. It's Friday, everybody's excited and it's gonna be 7 00:00:32.840 --> 00:00:35.679 a really fun show. I get my friend, producer Jimmy, coming on 8 00:00:35.759 --> 00:00:39.359 here in a few minutes to talk about launching your podcast. So if you've 9 00:00:39.840 --> 00:00:42.280 probably been, like a lot of people, are a lot of creatives, 10 00:00:42.280 --> 00:00:45.520 stuck in your brain about getting your podcasts out there, we're going to go 11 00:00:45.679 --> 00:00:49.200 through some processes of how you can boost it but, more importantly, how 12 00:00:49.200 --> 00:00:51.000 can you get in touch with her so she can help you boost it, 13 00:00:51.039 --> 00:00:53.359 so she can help you do all the work and come up with the ideas 14 00:00:53.399 --> 00:00:55.920 and all that fun stuff. So we're going to get into it, but 15 00:00:56.000 --> 00:00:58.920 before we do I want to say hello first of all to my friend Kevin, 16 00:00:58.960 --> 00:01:03.640 who jumped over on, I think on Linkedin to say hello so appreciate 17 00:01:03.679 --> 00:01:04.840 that the chat is near. You. Feel free to say hello in a 18 00:01:04.920 --> 00:01:10.280 chat next to you. Also, you can see on the screen that there 19 00:01:10.359 --> 00:01:12.400 is a buy me a coffee link right here. I think it's a widget. 20 00:01:12.400 --> 00:01:15.000 I think it worked. If you click on it, somebody should try 21 00:01:15.040 --> 00:01:18.519 go buy me a cup of coffee. And this is a cool way to 22 00:01:18.560 --> 00:01:23.200 support supporters, or creators rather, in a cool way to support your Creator 23 00:01:23.280 --> 00:01:26.200 friends. And if you don't have a buy me coffeecom or buy me coffee 24 00:01:26.200 --> 00:01:29.599 set up, you should and figure out to implement it into your content to 25 00:01:29.599 --> 00:01:34.599 allow all your fit friends, family, grandma in people who like your stuff 26 00:01:34.640 --> 00:01:37.879 to buy you a cup of coffee. All right. So now, as 27 00:01:37.920 --> 00:01:41.280 always, we got some other stuff to do before we bring up producer Jimmy. 28 00:01:41.319 --> 00:01:45.640 So let's get into it. Creator highlights. New Cooking necessary and new 29 00:01:45.640 --> 00:01:49.560 assembly required. It's got to be funk all right, it is going to 30 00:01:49.560 --> 00:01:53.840 be funky. This today's creator highlight is brought to you by my friends over 31 00:01:53.879 --> 00:01:56.920 at one sheet pro. If you don't have a onheet, you should, 32 00:01:56.959 --> 00:02:01.040 because they are awesome and it's going to take your little boring PDF, one 33 00:02:01.079 --> 00:02:04.560 sheet that you're trying to get booked on other shows and all that kind of 34 00:02:04.599 --> 00:02:07.239 fun stuff. It's going to spruce it up, make it Nice, easy 35 00:02:07.359 --> 00:02:12.240 to share, easy to get booked and show up professionally. So go check 36 00:02:12.280 --> 00:02:15.520 that out. And they also just launched an auto affiliate program so when you 37 00:02:15.560 --> 00:02:20.319 share your one sheet, if people click on and they go buy a pro 38 00:02:20.520 --> 00:02:23.120 version, you can get paid off of that. Actually, I'm proud to 39 00:02:23.120 --> 00:02:27.439 announce that yesterday I was a first person since they relaunched the program to get 40 00:02:27.479 --> 00:02:30.840 an affiliate commission off of it, because I've been out here on these streets 41 00:02:30.879 --> 00:02:32.280 just selling the crap out of it, not really selling it. But you 42 00:02:32.280 --> 00:02:36.039 know, I think it's awesome, it's great tool and I only promote what 43 00:02:36.120 --> 00:02:39.840 I love. So today's creator that I'm highlighting is my friend Helen Garcia. 44 00:02:39.960 --> 00:02:45.360 She has a new podcast called brains create, and so it basically combines mental 45 00:02:45.439 --> 00:02:51.319 health and creativity for entrepreneurs and media and in the music business. So congratulation. 46 00:02:51.479 --> 00:02:55.159 Telling really always enjoy your podcast that you do, and this isn't her 47 00:02:55.199 --> 00:03:00.159 first podcast, so very cool that she has created another one. And now 48 00:03:00.159 --> 00:03:06.879 we got a little bit of news. That's news to me. Creating daily 49 00:03:07.919 --> 00:03:10.800 all right, so today's news is pretty crazy. I just saw this come 50 00:03:10.840 --> 00:03:16.479 into my inbox from an inside resource. Yeah, I got inside swords is 51 00:03:16.479 --> 00:03:20.439 okay, I'm pretty important, just so you guys knowing the podcasting world. 52 00:03:20.439 --> 00:03:23.120 Not as important as producer Jimmy. It's coming on a few moments, but 53 00:03:23.159 --> 00:03:25.639 I'm pretty important. So I get this. Inside scooped that road. Yes, 54 00:03:25.719 --> 00:03:30.039 road, as in the road caster company, not only has announced their 55 00:03:30.039 --> 00:03:32.280 new headphones I talked about yesterday, but they're going to come out with the 56 00:03:32.280 --> 00:03:37.080 new addition of the road caster pro this year. I'm really excited. I 57 00:03:37.080 --> 00:03:38.919 hope it is very similar to the mix cast pro, for I hope has 58 00:03:38.919 --> 00:03:43.120 some different inputs and all that kind of stuff. Is that it does and 59 00:03:43.159 --> 00:03:46.319 weren't on the street is going to have stereo out and it's also going to 60 00:03:46.360 --> 00:03:49.800 have those dual input options. And who knows, maybe they'll remember the bluetoo 61 00:03:49.840 --> 00:03:53.759 channel. All right, well, I'm a bad liar, Gotcha. I 62 00:03:53.800 --> 00:03:58.639 know some audio files are over there just clicking away their keyboard trying to figure 63 00:03:58.680 --> 00:04:01.479 out why didn't I learn about this April fools full that ain't really coming out, 64 00:04:01.560 --> 00:04:04.039 I don't know, not this year anyway, maybe some other year. 65 00:04:04.080 --> 00:04:08.199 But anyway, that's my April fools joke. Take it to leave it, 66 00:04:08.199 --> 00:04:12.120 it is what it is. And now I just blew through the first bar 67 00:04:12.159 --> 00:04:14.719 of the show because I'm real excited to get to my friend, producer Jimmy, 68 00:04:14.759 --> 00:04:16.920 and I want you to think about producer Jimmy as really like the turtle 69 00:04:17.000 --> 00:04:21.639 man of podcasting, like she's live action, super amounts of fun. She's 70 00:04:21.680 --> 00:04:26.639 from Florida, so maybe we should nickname her Florida ma'am, not Florida man, 71 00:04:26.680 --> 00:04:29.480 but Florida Ma'am. Anyway, I'm going to shut up with all the 72 00:04:29.480 --> 00:04:32.040 bad joe looks on meet her channel and I'm going to say hello, producer 73 00:04:32.120 --> 00:04:36.680 Jimmy. How are you? I'm great. Could I just tell you you 74 00:04:36.879 --> 00:04:42.040 just broke so many broadcaster pro hearts. Of It it ago. He's just 75 00:04:42.240 --> 00:04:45.920 got some moll pumped up. And why? Why? A prol fool this 76 00:04:46.199 --> 00:04:49.480 in a couplet. Great. How are you? I'm good. I'm good. 77 00:04:49.560 --> 00:04:54.759 Thank you so much for jumping on and joining in doing all the fun 78 00:04:54.839 --> 00:04:57.439 stuff that we're going to do, and thank you everybody for jumping on club 79 00:04:57.519 --> 00:05:00.800 house and chatting. Where we chatting? I see my friends Kevin and Mikey 80 00:05:00.839 --> 00:05:04.160 Hayes jumping on as well, so I'm doing good. How's everything there in 81 00:05:04.199 --> 00:05:09.800 Florida? Everything is bright and shiny. We're having extremely good weather today. 82 00:05:09.959 --> 00:05:13.560 WHO NOT TOO hot? Also a plus. And I just want to say 83 00:05:13.560 --> 00:05:16.600 for everybody who is on a clubhouse, y'all are experiencing what I've often experienced, 84 00:05:16.600 --> 00:05:20.000 which is you're hearing me through billy's face. Oh wait a second, 85 00:05:20.040 --> 00:05:24.519 I used to think other people through billy's face and it's so funny. So 86 00:05:24.800 --> 00:05:29.319 I'm excited to be here looking for today's chat, talking about podcast launching and 87 00:05:29.360 --> 00:05:32.360 all the good things that you can do with the podcast and how there's a 88 00:05:32.360 --> 00:05:35.199 lot to it but doesn't have to be scary or intimidating. So yeah, 89 00:05:35.199 --> 00:05:39.959 excited to dive in. And nobody heard anything you said on clubhouse because I 90 00:05:40.040 --> 00:05:47.160 forgot to plug it in. Billy, billy, billy, billy, tech 91 00:05:47.240 --> 00:05:51.040 fail. Wo Wow. Okay, you know what said, R it's live. 92 00:05:51.079 --> 00:05:55.000 I mean this is one live action. We're turtle people over here. 93 00:05:55.040 --> 00:05:59.319 Okay, live actions. So anyway, what you know what? Something's always 94 00:05:59.319 --> 00:06:01.800 going to mess up. Doesn't matter. So's it's going to be me messing 95 00:06:01.839 --> 00:06:05.560 it up. Has To be no, anyway, no worries, they hear 96 00:06:05.600 --> 00:06:08.959 you now. I want to keep I'm really quick. I want to give 97 00:06:08.959 --> 00:06:13.000 you props because you actually are really, really, really, really good at 98 00:06:13.040 --> 00:06:15.079 content creation. Your excellent hairs. They just wanted to give you your props 99 00:06:15.079 --> 00:06:17.480 because you deserve it, man, you really deserve it. Oh, I 100 00:06:17.519 --> 00:06:21.319 appreciate I don't know if I'm an excellent host, but I'm getting better. 101 00:06:21.439 --> 00:06:24.560 It's kind of like riding the bike, you know, the first content, 102 00:06:24.600 --> 00:06:27.279 first couple times to you just fall and rip your face off and then you're 103 00:06:27.319 --> 00:06:29.759 like yeah, all right, I got to do better next time. So 104 00:06:30.279 --> 00:06:34.160 I'm I mean that, learning that. Yeah, you can only rip it 105 00:06:34.160 --> 00:06:38.639 off a couple times and then you just don't have a face anymore. Oh 106 00:06:38.759 --> 00:06:41.480 Man. So so let's talk about it, because I think a lot of 107 00:06:41.480 --> 00:06:45.600 people do think launching their podcast is very intimidating. You know, I think 108 00:06:45.680 --> 00:06:47.639 it is one of those things of like, you know, I got something 109 00:06:47.680 --> 00:06:50.680 to say, I'm really excited, but I just don't know how to put 110 00:06:50.720 --> 00:06:56.199 it together. In I am not very good at launching podcast, I will 111 00:06:56.199 --> 00:06:59.079 admit. Typically, I'm like inspired, I have an idea and three hours 112 00:06:59.160 --> 00:07:01.560 later I got a trailer and four hours later I got two episodes and and 113 00:07:01.600 --> 00:07:04.000 then my wife is like what are you doing? And I'm like, I 114 00:07:04.000 --> 00:07:08.000 don't know, I'm starting something new. So kind of take us through the 115 00:07:08.000 --> 00:07:11.560 process of, you know, maybe like a pre show process of you know, 116 00:07:11.560 --> 00:07:13.879 because I think people run out, they buy equipment, they buy this, 117 00:07:13.920 --> 00:07:15.959 they buy lights and cameras and all this fun stuff. Yeah, but 118 00:07:16.000 --> 00:07:18.279 then they're like, oh, I spend all this money, now I don't 119 00:07:18.319 --> 00:07:21.079 know what to do. So how do you coach your clients on kind of 120 00:07:21.079 --> 00:07:27.800 a pre launch process? Yeah, and when in clients come to me and 121 00:07:27.839 --> 00:07:30.800 they've already bought all the shiny things, I'm like, a minute, slow 122 00:07:30.839 --> 00:07:34.800 that down. Probably don't you have that stuff. So essentially, if you're 123 00:07:34.839 --> 00:07:39.399 launching a podcast, think of it like there's a there's a train of car, 124 00:07:39.480 --> 00:07:42.040 a car train, right, and there's certain things that have to be 125 00:07:42.120 --> 00:07:47.040 done in a proper order in order to maximize effect and minimize your budget. 126 00:07:47.079 --> 00:07:49.920 And so what I recommend is, first of all, you need to know 127 00:07:50.120 --> 00:07:53.240 what your show going to be about. It. So it's not so simple, 128 00:07:53.439 --> 00:07:56.879 right. Okay, my say I want to do a show about adopting 129 00:07:56.920 --> 00:07:59.519 dogs. Fine, that's great, but there's so much more you need to 130 00:07:59.519 --> 00:08:03.959 think about and think through. So one of the first steps that I bring 131 00:08:03.959 --> 00:08:07.680 my my clients through, and actually will share this as mine, as a 132 00:08:09.160 --> 00:08:11.959 really good piece of advice that I want everyone to consider, because they often 133 00:08:13.000 --> 00:08:15.600 think about, you know, what's your why? Why are you doing the 134 00:08:15.600 --> 00:08:18.240 show? That has to be the first thing you think about. But it's 135 00:08:18.279 --> 00:08:24.199 a little more complicated than that. I think about it in two sides and 136 00:08:24.279 --> 00:08:26.879 you need to have both of those sides answered in order to know what kind 137 00:08:26.920 --> 00:08:31.759 of show you're going to put together and how to best deliver on those and 138 00:08:31.839 --> 00:08:35.039 those two sides are the why for your audience and then there's the why for 139 00:08:35.279 --> 00:08:39.080 yourself, and those can be very, very different, and they probably are 140 00:08:39.159 --> 00:08:43.720 very, very different. And so I walk through what I call my class 141 00:08:43.720 --> 00:08:46.039 of what I call my mirror exercise, and I asked them to hold up 142 00:08:46.039 --> 00:08:48.799 a mirror and then face it out to the audience. Usually this is the 143 00:08:48.840 --> 00:08:52.759 easiest part because when they face out the audience, I'm asking them, what 144 00:08:52.799 --> 00:08:56.120 do you want the show to do for them? And they go like they 145 00:08:56.159 --> 00:08:58.559 know, I want it to inspire them to do this. I want to 146 00:08:58.679 --> 00:09:01.440 educate them on this. I want to make them laugh. I want to 147 00:09:01.480 --> 00:09:07.039 get right. Then we get to the second part of the mirror exercise. 148 00:09:07.159 --> 00:09:11.919 That's when it can sometimes get a little uncomfortable, because then I have them 149 00:09:11.960 --> 00:09:16.879 pretend that they're facing it the mirror themselves, and when I ask them what 150 00:09:16.919 --> 00:09:18.600 do you want to do, the show to do for you? Oftentimes, 151 00:09:18.600 --> 00:09:22.720 not always, but oftentimes, podcasters are podcasts because they want to give, 152 00:09:22.759 --> 00:09:26.960 give, give, give, give, spread a message, make a movement, 153 00:09:26.200 --> 00:09:31.600 deliver an impact. They're not doing it to put a spotlight on them. 154 00:09:31.639 --> 00:09:35.240 But I tell them our mind them it is okay to put a spotlight 155 00:09:35.320 --> 00:09:37.240 on you and if that's what you want, you need to express that. 156 00:09:37.320 --> 00:09:41.279 Let's have that as part of the conversation. I need to know that. 157 00:09:41.000 --> 00:09:46.120 So the spotlight on them. The why for yourself, if you're thinking about 158 00:09:46.159 --> 00:09:50.799 this, for your own shown love this. Yeah, can be anything from 159 00:09:50.799 --> 00:09:54.960 monetizing. I want to make some money or at least defray the US of 160 00:09:54.080 --> 00:10:00.080 production if I'm outsourcing right. I want to become a public speaker, I 161 00:10:00.120 --> 00:10:03.279 want to sell more books, I want to become known in this industry or 162 00:10:03.320 --> 00:10:07.879 break into this industry and network in this industry. So there's so many different 163 00:10:07.879 --> 00:10:11.759 reasons why somebody can personally want to do this. It could be to grow 164 00:10:11.759 --> 00:10:16.559 to be a lead generation generator for their own business. So whatever those reasons 165 00:10:16.639 --> 00:10:20.759 are, you need to know what those are, because both of those sides 166 00:10:20.799 --> 00:10:26.799 of the coin are going to formulate how to structure your show, because if 167 00:10:26.840 --> 00:10:31.919 you have that as the intention, it can't just be about just the interview. 168 00:10:33.360 --> 00:10:35.240 It has to be okay, the interview, and what is the point 169 00:10:35.279 --> 00:10:39.960 of that interview? Is this person actually going to come on and give the 170 00:10:39.039 --> 00:10:43.679 value that I'm promising this by audience that they're going to give? And if, 171 00:10:43.759 --> 00:10:48.879 by doing this interview, is it going to add to my footprint in 172 00:10:48.960 --> 00:10:52.440 this podcast and he'll elevate me to my own goals? So all of that 173 00:10:52.480 --> 00:10:56.519 needs to be take to just step one, absolutely step one, knowing your 174 00:10:56.559 --> 00:11:00.919 why, but recognize that there's two sides to it. Yeah, I love 175 00:11:00.960 --> 00:11:03.759 that, you know. Yeah, look, we'll take it. Will take 176 00:11:03.759 --> 00:11:05.679 a little pause here because I just want to say, like, I love 177 00:11:05.840 --> 00:11:09.279 the the two side of thing, because I think you're right. It's often 178 00:11:09.360 --> 00:11:13.039 in my experience, and I say my experience for me as a content creator, 179 00:11:13.320 --> 00:11:18.559 I am either Super Selfish, going okay, I'm looking in the mirror. 180 00:11:18.639 --> 00:11:20.159 What is this? What is this going to do for me? How, 181 00:11:20.200 --> 00:11:24.720 you know, whatever, or right now, or I'm the other part 182 00:11:24.759 --> 00:11:28.440 that's like I don't want anything to you know, to come out of there 183 00:11:28.559 --> 00:11:33.320 or not that I don't want anything, but my expectations aren't there because it 184 00:11:33.440 --> 00:11:37.519 maybe that is from a bunch of insecurities, maybe that's from like imposter syndrome, 185 00:11:37.679 --> 00:11:41.360 maybe it's from not knowing how to do something whatever, but it's like 186 00:11:41.440 --> 00:11:45.960 I'm just going to give, to give and I don't expect anything in return. 187 00:11:46.000 --> 00:11:48.879 And I'm with you. I think it's going to be somewhere that balance, 188 00:11:48.960 --> 00:11:50.279 in the middle where, because it's gonna it's going to be word. 189 00:11:50.360 --> 00:11:54.679 I mean, I can't tell you. You know, I help podcasters make 190 00:11:54.679 --> 00:11:58.039 money with their show, with small audiences, and I cannot tell you how 191 00:11:58.039 --> 00:12:01.519 many times that they are just like yeah, sort of, this podcast is 192 00:12:01.559 --> 00:12:05.000 so fun and I realize, like this is a lot of freaking work and 193 00:12:05.039 --> 00:12:07.159 now I need to get bade for my time. So, if you're listening 194 00:12:07.200 --> 00:12:09.960 to this or you're watching it, do this, figure that too. I 195 00:12:11.120 --> 00:12:13.000 love that to set a meriting and that is I'm still in that I'm going 196 00:12:13.000 --> 00:12:18.480 to share that for the real way will steal away, especially because it's you 197 00:12:18.519 --> 00:12:20.440 know, when you're talking about why you're doing the show, is for your 198 00:12:20.519 --> 00:12:26.440 mission, the message that you want to give. That can be extremely motivating, 199 00:12:26.720 --> 00:12:31.240 but because there's a lot of work that goes into it, you need 200 00:12:31.320 --> 00:12:35.279 to also remember an eye as a producer. Need to remember why my client 201 00:12:35.360 --> 00:12:39.480 is wants to do it for themselves in order to keep that motivated motivation going. 202 00:12:39.559 --> 00:12:43.039 So if they're if they're feeling a little bit unsure of what the next 203 00:12:43.080 --> 00:12:46.840 step is of their show, I say, let's bring it back to goal. 204 00:12:46.039 --> 00:12:48.519 You said you wanted to speak at a conference. Let's talk about that, 205 00:12:48.600 --> 00:12:52.879 how we can incorporate those opportunities into your show. Or you wanted to 206 00:12:52.879 --> 00:12:56.480 talk about expanding your community or cherishing your community, growing your community. Okay, 207 00:12:56.559 --> 00:13:00.480 let's talk about strategies that might be able to bring in your community into 208 00:13:00.480 --> 00:13:03.320 the show and let's do things like that. So if I need to know 209 00:13:03.399 --> 00:13:07.919 their why on all sides in order to best address any issues that come up, 210 00:13:07.000 --> 00:13:11.679 whether it's having difficulty reaching goals or feeling like they might want to pod 211 00:13:11.759 --> 00:13:16.759 fade, the dreaded pod fade. So all of that is extremely important and 212 00:13:16.840 --> 00:13:20.159 I'm the producer in the situation, so that's my job. But if you're 213 00:13:20.600 --> 00:13:24.320 self sufficient and your Solo podcaster, then you need to make sure that you 214 00:13:24.559 --> 00:13:28.919 keep that in mind and revisit it regularly. Good. Yeah, so, 215 00:13:28.039 --> 00:13:31.720 okay, that was going to be my next question for you, because this 216 00:13:31.840 --> 00:13:35.200 often happens to me a lot because I'm I'm I'm just moving, I'm throwing 217 00:13:35.240 --> 00:13:37.759 mud on the wall and enjoy the starting process. I love the starting press. 218 00:13:37.919 --> 00:13:43.279 I Love, Love, love the starting process. That, that brain 219 00:13:43.279 --> 00:13:46.720 thing, that getting into the mud and figuring this thing out, is like 220 00:13:46.759 --> 00:13:50.559 my favorite part. So I often go back to my why, and I've 221 00:13:50.600 --> 00:13:54.440 done this several times, even with podcasting for money, creating for money and 222 00:13:54.440 --> 00:13:58.559 now creating daily, and I just had to give myself permission to change that 223 00:13:58.559 --> 00:14:01.320 why because it would change over time and I'd be quite a second. I'm 224 00:14:01.480 --> 00:14:05.639 focus too much on this. So is that okay? You know from a 225 00:14:05.840 --> 00:14:07.320 from your I mean, and you've been in this, you know, for 226 00:14:07.360 --> 00:14:09.200 a while. We haven't got into it, but you've been in there for 227 00:14:09.320 --> 00:14:15.200 seven years. You've edited over twozero episodes, you've have launched dozens of shows 228 00:14:15.240 --> 00:14:18.039 and so anybody, I know you're probably the most experienced person, like, 229 00:14:18.279 --> 00:14:22.159 how often can I change my why? What's the rule? Is there? 230 00:14:22.399 --> 00:14:28.519 Yes, I absolutely your why should evolve. Ideally, when you start a 231 00:14:28.559 --> 00:14:33.399 podcast, you're starting it from a certain point, but you have a goal, 232 00:14:33.440 --> 00:14:39.320 of vision, of another destination. So you have to evolve in order 233 00:14:39.320 --> 00:14:43.159 to get from point a to point seen. And so not only should you 234 00:14:43.200 --> 00:14:46.559 evolve as a human and allow that to be brought into your show, but 235 00:14:46.639 --> 00:14:50.960 then what? What's an amazing what is amazing is how much I've seen the 236 00:14:50.000 --> 00:14:56.360 podcast that people are working on. That experience changes them. So go along 237 00:14:56.399 --> 00:15:00.960 for that ride and be open to evolution. Now that it's funny. We 238 00:15:00.960 --> 00:15:03.360 actually just talked about this Glenn and Glenn the Geek Horse Ray to neck network 239 00:15:03.360 --> 00:15:07.000 and I just talked about this on our recent episode. We talked about can 240 00:15:07.039 --> 00:15:11.399 you change whence you've started? And well, it's funny because he asked me's 241 00:15:11.440 --> 00:15:13.799 like what's the number one rule of podcasting it? I said be consistent, 242 00:15:13.840 --> 00:15:16.200 because I doe where he was going right out, juck around, because it 243 00:15:16.279 --> 00:15:18.840 was because you got it, because it's a it's true. And he's like, 244 00:15:18.919 --> 00:15:22.440 he's like he's like no. The number one rule is there are no 245 00:15:22.600 --> 00:15:26.519 rules, and it's so true. You know so yet to be consistent, 246 00:15:26.600 --> 00:15:30.240 but that doesn't mean that you can't change and evolved, as long as it's 247 00:15:30.240 --> 00:15:33.720 done with intention and you bring your audience along the journey with you. In 248 00:15:33.759 --> 00:15:37.639 fact, there's another mantra in podcasting. People come for the content, but 249 00:15:37.720 --> 00:15:39.440 they say for the host. So let people fall in love with you, 250 00:15:39.480 --> 00:15:43.879 and then includes opening them up to your journey and bringing them with you. 251 00:15:45.759 --> 00:15:50.720 My very first podcast, curve the cube, I started off I was not 252 00:15:50.799 --> 00:15:54.240 an expert whatsoever. I was asked, I was I was curious and I 253 00:15:54.279 --> 00:15:56.759 was asking a lot of people about how do you do what you love for 254 00:15:56.840 --> 00:16:00.080 living? So I had no idea how to make that happen and I just 255 00:16:00.399 --> 00:16:03.679 so I was I was just like, Oh my God, here's a microphone, 256 00:16:03.679 --> 00:16:07.679 please do you do it. But over time, when out of happening, 257 00:16:07.679 --> 00:16:10.440 it is. I only did I fall in love with the art and 258 00:16:10.440 --> 00:16:14.320 craft of podcasting, but I thought, I decided that's what I wanted, 259 00:16:14.360 --> 00:16:17.759 you for living. I knew this was my passion. I wanted dispute what 260 00:16:17.840 --> 00:16:25.159 it so that show ended up becoming the story of my own evolution over the 261 00:16:25.240 --> 00:16:26.840 course of it, the two and a half years that I did that show. 262 00:16:26.879 --> 00:16:30.840 So it did evolve over time. About a year plus into it I 263 00:16:30.879 --> 00:16:34.559 ended up additating in an extra segment called I called it the learning curve. 264 00:16:34.720 --> 00:16:38.279 So I took what the conversation we had, I'd have with my guest, 265 00:16:38.279 --> 00:16:42.320 what's the main takeaway, and I unpacked it and I gave I gave tools 266 00:16:42.320 --> 00:16:47.240 and tips to people. So I went from being nothing but a sponge to 267 00:16:47.320 --> 00:16:49.919 now it's like almost professor's assistant and I was like I kind of I can 268 00:16:49.960 --> 00:16:52.919 start to like pull some things apart and start to like teach people a little 269 00:16:52.919 --> 00:16:57.600 bit. And now and that show lived its life and it was exactly what 270 00:16:57.639 --> 00:17:02.600 it needs to be and the show that I'm doing now is a separate show, 271 00:17:02.639 --> 00:17:06.319 but now it's about teaching people from my own perspective. But going back 272 00:17:06.359 --> 00:17:10.319 to curve, the Cube, it was a journey, but between just completely 273 00:17:10.720 --> 00:17:15.079 blank slate sponge through all I'm really learning something and now I can impart that 274 00:17:15.119 --> 00:17:18.400 information on to others and the community to get formed from that, and everything 275 00:17:18.519 --> 00:17:21.319 was phenomenal. So yes, you can change. That means anything from the 276 00:17:21.359 --> 00:17:26.000 format, changing the name. Yes, such a propos I said change the 277 00:17:26.039 --> 00:17:27.720 day. You can change a show already. Could do all of that. 278 00:17:29.039 --> 00:17:32.160 What, Oh my God, I got to be St Hug and take your 279 00:17:32.200 --> 00:17:34.359 audience along with you. Let them know. Don't make it make it a 280 00:17:34.480 --> 00:17:37.359 jarring change, but let them know. Yeah, yeah, if you have 281 00:17:37.400 --> 00:17:41.440 a podcast about podcasting or business, don't change it to a shoe podcast. 282 00:17:42.079 --> 00:17:45.200 Sorry, guys, you're looking weird, but I'd be a little weird. 283 00:17:45.200 --> 00:17:48.920 I mean, listen, if you're if your podcast is about the retail industry 284 00:17:48.039 --> 00:17:52.000 and you wanted to put it down into talking about sneaker industry and retail. 285 00:17:52.079 --> 00:17:56.880 But that's okay, makes sense. But yeah, if you're doing a fishing 286 00:17:56.039 --> 00:18:03.160 show, if you want to start kick up about sneakers, might need to 287 00:18:03.400 --> 00:18:07.720 reconsider changing. You know, just started job. Yeah, I love the 288 00:18:07.759 --> 00:18:10.599 I love this conversation because I think this is the biggest thing that I that 289 00:18:10.680 --> 00:18:14.160 I see when I'm working with people and they're like I want to start a 290 00:18:14.160 --> 00:18:15.960 podcasting like and they're like what microphone should I get? I'm like, Whoa, 291 00:18:17.000 --> 00:18:18.519 Whoa, whoa. We're that's like step for like you were. Hold 292 00:18:18.559 --> 00:18:22.039 on, like what do you why? Why do you want to start a 293 00:18:22.039 --> 00:18:23.359 podcast. What do you want to do? So I love that you're reinforcing 294 00:18:23.400 --> 00:18:26.559 this. I love the double side of Merathing. My Gosh, it's so 295 00:18:26.640 --> 00:18:30.680 great, such a great exercise. And then also it's like, you know, 296 00:18:32.240 --> 00:18:34.599 if you're in that moment in your creat because we're creators, were changing. 297 00:18:34.839 --> 00:18:37.039 You know, I talked to a creator friend of mine last night because 298 00:18:37.079 --> 00:18:41.240 we were talking about the show and and I've been like getting people's feedback on 299 00:18:41.359 --> 00:18:42.960 creating daily and and I was like, you know, I'm just thinking about 300 00:18:44.039 --> 00:18:45.920 some different segments for different days and all this kind of stuff, and they're 301 00:18:45.960 --> 00:18:48.559 like cool, man, change is good. That's what makes you a creator, 302 00:18:48.880 --> 00:18:52.119 is change, and so I think that is okay. So I think 303 00:18:52.200 --> 00:18:56.960 for people listening or watching, there like even if they come to producer Jimmy 304 00:18:56.000 --> 00:19:00.039 and you and you hire her and she's helping you launch your podcast and you 305 00:19:00.119 --> 00:19:02.599 say week one, this is what I want to do in the week two, 306 00:19:02.640 --> 00:19:04.000 you're like, wait a second, I really thought about it. Go 307 00:19:04.200 --> 00:19:07.400 with your gut. This is what I've noticed. Go with your gut and 308 00:19:07.519 --> 00:19:12.920 start creating the content that you want and that your audience wants. So say 309 00:19:14.000 --> 00:19:15.000 one more note on that. If you don't mind. One more note, 310 00:19:15.039 --> 00:19:18.720 just because I'm super inspired, and this is not just about podcasting, is 311 00:19:18.720 --> 00:19:22.680 about creative endeavors whatsoever. But this painting that's over my shoulder, who actually 312 00:19:22.720 --> 00:19:26.079 pointed the right direction, sort of, almost anyways, that is painted by 313 00:19:26.519 --> 00:19:32.799 my name, Jason Jaffra, and Jaffela and I met fifteen years ago. 314 00:19:32.880 --> 00:19:36.640 Maybe we did open MIC nights, right. so He's been creative with the 315 00:19:36.799 --> 00:19:41.279 spoken word but also with painting, and over time I've seen him evolve and 316 00:19:41.440 --> 00:19:45.640 about a year and a half ago I saw interesting facebook post from him where 317 00:19:45.640 --> 00:19:49.799 he teach announced that he or shared that he was starting to try out animation. 318 00:19:51.359 --> 00:19:52.559 Had No idea what he was doing or where he was going, but 319 00:19:52.680 --> 00:19:56.480 just decide to try out. Can I also tell you that he just got 320 00:19:56.640 --> 00:20:02.440 nominated for an NAB ACP Image Award for his animation? You never go where 321 00:20:02.519 --> 00:20:04.960 evolution's going to take you, so don't be afraid of it. I love 322 00:20:06.119 --> 00:20:07.400 it. I think that's I love it. I love it. I think 323 00:20:07.680 --> 00:20:12.640 the the pivot, the evolution, the learning in often creators. I'm not 324 00:20:12.640 --> 00:20:15.400 a creators. Basically, have brow on the show so far multihipe, and 325 00:20:15.519 --> 00:20:18.000 not one person do I know. It's just like this is what I do. 326 00:20:18.200 --> 00:20:22.240 It's like, yeah, you're a creator, your creative. That's how 327 00:20:22.319 --> 00:20:25.000 we were created, is to be creative. So it's like we can do 328 00:20:25.599 --> 00:20:30.279 whatever it is that our little hearts desire and if it fails, it didn't 329 00:20:30.279 --> 00:20:32.960 really fail, you just learned something. So we talked about the why. 330 00:20:33.079 --> 00:20:36.200 So this is kind of step one, like really be and I would say 331 00:20:36.240 --> 00:20:38.759 one more thing about this that I had to do for myself, and this 332 00:20:38.920 --> 00:20:42.799 was really when I was transitioning from the t shirt printing business to podcasting and, 333 00:20:44.519 --> 00:20:47.319 you know, live streaming and do all this multi media stuff, was 334 00:20:47.359 --> 00:20:49.519 I had to be really honest with myself what I wanted to do, and 335 00:20:49.799 --> 00:20:52.880 not just honest with other people and honest with the with the why, but 336 00:20:53.079 --> 00:20:59.200 to really say, okay, this might sound ridiculous to everyone else in the 337 00:20:59.279 --> 00:21:02.480 world, but I want to get paid to create content, like I want 338 00:21:02.519 --> 00:21:04.720 to be a content creator. And I think you got to do that and 339 00:21:04.720 --> 00:21:07.400 I think you got to say it out loud to the people that love you 340 00:21:07.720 --> 00:21:11.960 and know you and you can trust to hold you accountable and then to remind 341 00:21:12.000 --> 00:21:15.720 you of those things. And sometimes we pay for those people to be in 342 00:21:15.759 --> 00:21:18.640 our lives. Sometimes they're just naturally there. But yeah, that was one 343 00:21:18.720 --> 00:21:22.000 thing I just wanted to share because it is a it is big to put 344 00:21:22.039 --> 00:21:26.039 yourself out there, even as a podcast or even if you're not doing audio 345 00:21:26.160 --> 00:21:29.400 and or video and you're just doing audio. Is a big thing to put 346 00:21:29.400 --> 00:21:32.519 your voice out there and it's a very vulnerable spot. So I love this 347 00:21:32.759 --> 00:21:36.759 conversation. Thousand percent agree with that. I mean, it might not work 348 00:21:36.759 --> 00:21:41.880 for everybody, but man, I completely agree with the power of a public 349 00:21:41.359 --> 00:21:48.559 announcement. That you're doing right. Something more probably like Billy Jimmy. You 350 00:21:48.640 --> 00:21:52.039 guys need to stop making public announcements, because we make them often like Oh, 351 00:21:52.160 --> 00:21:53.359 get this new project, you guys want to follow me, you want 352 00:21:53.359 --> 00:21:56.680 to do this, you'll check this out. So we're all yeah, between 353 00:21:56.680 --> 00:22:00.039 the two of US is dangerous. Yeah, like, okay, all right. 354 00:22:00.119 --> 00:22:03.200 So we kind of talked about the why. So now when we get 355 00:22:03.279 --> 00:22:07.240 into, you know, recording and we can talk about gear, but there's 356 00:22:07.279 --> 00:22:10.720 so many people, so many options, we won't we won't really jump into 357 00:22:10.720 --> 00:22:12.119 because I really want to talk about kind of more of the other stuff. 358 00:22:12.960 --> 00:22:15.880 But make sure you can have something for the test, can mix cast for 359 00:22:18.039 --> 00:22:21.160 and I prefer the road caster pro to. That just came out. I 360 00:22:21.240 --> 00:22:25.880 got leaked into my email box my adviser for all your audio files. They're 361 00:22:25.920 --> 00:22:29.759 clicking and clacking right now trying to figure it out. Oh, so, 362 00:22:30.200 --> 00:22:32.920 so how many? How many episodes? I don't want to do a trailer 363 00:22:33.000 --> 00:22:36.920 episode. Do I want to do like ten episodes? I hear so many 364 00:22:37.000 --> 00:22:38.279 people coach so many different way. I mean, not for one person. 365 00:22:38.319 --> 00:22:42.400 So you want to do twenty episodes and I'm like, grow up. I 366 00:22:42.519 --> 00:22:48.640 hear somesing a lot. Yeah, I'm at no, okay. So here's 367 00:22:48.680 --> 00:22:52.799 the thing, especially if you're new, if this is your first podcast, 368 00:22:52.960 --> 00:22:56.440 or especially if it's our first for into content creation period. But if it's 369 00:22:56.440 --> 00:23:00.640 your first podcast, there's a lot of learning that you have to do, 370 00:23:00.880 --> 00:23:03.960 and that's okay, it's meant to be that way. Okay, your's you're 371 00:23:03.960 --> 00:23:07.079 going to feel a little bit like a baby giraffe first couple episodes. That 372 00:23:07.160 --> 00:23:11.279 that is a okay all right. And and here's the thing. With your 373 00:23:11.319 --> 00:23:15.799 first few episodes you're kind of figuring out the rhythm, you're figuring out what 374 00:23:15.960 --> 00:23:18.720 you like, and then, as you share it with your friends and they 375 00:23:18.759 --> 00:23:23.359 give you feedback, you might discover things that really didn't work for the show 376 00:23:23.640 --> 00:23:26.599 or that you really wish you had put in the show. So if you 377 00:23:26.799 --> 00:23:30.599 suddenly have twenty episodes, banks because you haven't launched yet and you have twenty 378 00:23:30.680 --> 00:23:36.400 episodes ready to go. If you start launching them in, five episodes in, 379 00:23:36.799 --> 00:23:38.000 you start getting that feedback, you're like, well, crap, there's 380 00:23:38.039 --> 00:23:42.400 fifty what episodes? Just like it coming on the fire. That's bad. 381 00:23:42.559 --> 00:23:45.400 Yeah, right, you don't want to do that. You know want to 382 00:23:45.480 --> 00:23:49.240 do that. So what I read, what I recommend you do. It 383 00:23:49.400 --> 00:23:52.720 is good to bank audio and get get a little ahead of yourself. You 384 00:23:52.759 --> 00:23:56.720 know, anything you can do to reduce those pressure valves is really important. 385 00:23:57.000 --> 00:24:00.920 Which I'll actually back up a little bit and say after we just I discussed 386 00:24:02.000 --> 00:24:03.480 the lie with a client. I also really go through, okay, what 387 00:24:03.599 --> 00:24:07.920 is the format, because once we understand the format, that we understand what 388 00:24:07.039 --> 00:24:11.559 equipment and everything else that's goold goes into it. Yeah, yeah, yeah, 389 00:24:11.720 --> 00:24:15.799 so I always try to make sure that they know we start we start 390 00:24:15.839 --> 00:24:18.759 there first, but but once we get going, the equipment that they have, 391 00:24:21.480 --> 00:24:26.559 it really can can make or break your show. Not really okay, 392 00:24:26.599 --> 00:24:30.319 here's a secret. Here's a secret. I started off okay, it's not 393 00:24:30.359 --> 00:24:33.319 really sick. I've shared this like a lot of times, but I set 394 00:24:33.359 --> 00:24:34.920 it off. Oh my I'm on the edge of my seed. I'm like, 395 00:24:34.960 --> 00:24:41.599 I'm exclusive right here on creating daily from producer Jimmy. Never been told 396 00:24:41.720 --> 00:24:48.880 about that. I first I started by PODCAST, with my podcasting career with 397 00:24:48.200 --> 00:24:53.039 a twenty dollar stick Mike from best buy. So it's not as important about 398 00:24:53.240 --> 00:24:56.640 what equipment as you get started as as just getting started. So let's get 399 00:24:56.680 --> 00:24:59.640 back to how do you launch? Okay, love it. I got a 400 00:24:59.640 --> 00:25:03.759 little into their no, you're good. You're good. So what I recommend 401 00:25:03.960 --> 00:25:08.519 is banking a couple episodes, getting them recorded, feeling good about them and 402 00:25:08.640 --> 00:25:12.519 then starting to put them out and just staying ahead of schedule, not too 403 00:25:12.640 --> 00:25:15.680 far ahead of schedule that you don't have time to adjust, because there's nothing 404 00:25:15.759 --> 00:25:18.680 worse. I've had that feeling when you realize the mistake and there's two or 405 00:25:18.720 --> 00:25:22.279 three more episodes that have it and if you can, if it is something 406 00:25:22.319 --> 00:25:25.559 that you can fix before you do put them out. And by all means, 407 00:25:25.880 --> 00:25:30.519 here's what I recommend. First and foremost, before you even think about 408 00:25:30.559 --> 00:25:33.920 what, how many episodes and all that other stuff. There's no one answer. 409 00:25:34.319 --> 00:25:40.519 But here's how you find your answer. Brainstorm all the different things you 410 00:25:40.599 --> 00:25:42.920 want to talk about on your show. This is going to serve two purposes. 411 00:25:44.039 --> 00:25:47.480 One, it's going to give you that really good content runways. You 412 00:25:47.480 --> 00:25:48.519 don't feel pressure like, oh my gosh, I don't know want im to 413 00:25:48.559 --> 00:25:52.680 talk about this week or I don't talk now. You have a whole list 414 00:25:52.759 --> 00:25:56.240 to choose from and every moment that you're going through your day and something new 415 00:25:56.319 --> 00:25:57.880 POPs up at it's that list was a living list. Okay, so that's 416 00:25:57.920 --> 00:26:02.680 that's the one reason. The other reason is because once you get that initial 417 00:26:02.759 --> 00:26:06.279 shot at it done, now you see what the content looks like. Now 418 00:26:06.359 --> 00:26:07.960 you can kind of start to see, okay, there are a couple of 419 00:26:08.079 --> 00:26:11.880 themes in here, or there's onder a little bit of a flow that I 420 00:26:11.920 --> 00:26:15.799 can see if I by arrange these in a certain way. I know when 421 00:26:15.839 --> 00:26:21.880 I was releasing launching my show business in the bedroom, when I did exactly 422 00:26:21.960 --> 00:26:26.839 this and I realized that they were about eight extremely key foundational points that I 423 00:26:26.960 --> 00:26:32.119 needed to make sure my audience knew before they got into any of the other 424 00:26:32.160 --> 00:26:36.559 stuff that I talked about. So what I did was I crafted eight episodes 425 00:26:36.599 --> 00:26:41.279 around those eight points. Now, I knew for me long term, I 426 00:26:41.400 --> 00:26:45.359 wanted to release schedule that was every other week. You know, I know 427 00:26:45.559 --> 00:26:48.400 you're creating, Bailey because you're crazy, but I was every other week, 428 00:26:49.440 --> 00:26:52.319 and so it's now I got to speak on something just for a second. 429 00:26:52.359 --> 00:26:56.799 It's important to stay consistent because you want your audience to build you into their 430 00:26:56.880 --> 00:27:00.920 routine. Yes, so, what you what you don't ever really want to 431 00:27:02.039 --> 00:27:06.240 do is start off, let's say weekly and then dial it back. It's 432 00:27:06.319 --> 00:27:07.400 good, it's better. It's good, or that's the word. It's better 433 00:27:10.079 --> 00:27:12.240 start every other week. It's so much good to start every other week at 434 00:27:12.279 --> 00:27:15.000 then give them more. So maybe ramp up. Yeah, that's so. 435 00:27:15.200 --> 00:27:18.480 That's good idea. Yeah, yeah, so I was going to start every 436 00:27:18.559 --> 00:27:22.480 other week and because I was starting every other week and I looked at that 437 00:27:22.599 --> 00:27:23.319 launch, I knew I had eight. I said, well, eight, 438 00:27:23.359 --> 00:27:26.240 device by two. Pretty well, so there's four. So I said okay, 439 00:27:26.640 --> 00:27:30.480 instead of because I want my audience get used to the pace of release. 440 00:27:30.720 --> 00:27:33.960 However, I also wanted them to have a lot to sink their teeth 441 00:27:34.000 --> 00:27:37.759 into. If they really liked one episode, I wanted to make sure they 442 00:27:37.799 --> 00:27:42.559 had another one. So what I did was I had for well, I 443 00:27:42.599 --> 00:27:47.480 guess it was like a monthlong, two month whatever really schedule, so every 444 00:27:47.519 --> 00:27:51.599 other week, but I dropped two episodes on each of those instead of just 445 00:27:51.720 --> 00:27:53.799 one. Oh, that's Tou Tou to two to get through the eight. 446 00:27:53.839 --> 00:27:56.960 And then it was every other week, just one, so that they got 447 00:27:57.039 --> 00:28:00.400 a lot to sink into, and it edit worked really. Now this is 448 00:28:00.440 --> 00:28:03.440 still a guessing game, right, you're still kind of hoping it works, 449 00:28:03.799 --> 00:28:07.079 and it really worked well for me and I think and I've seen it work 450 00:28:07.160 --> 00:28:11.680 well with clients. That kind of approach where you first drawed a list, 451 00:28:11.400 --> 00:28:15.480 then think of what's the foundational stuff I should start with, and they use 452 00:28:15.640 --> 00:28:18.920 that as a jumping off point for the strategy of launching. So launching with 453 00:28:19.039 --> 00:28:23.359 eight worked for me. I then created a swizzle real around those eight, 454 00:28:23.920 --> 00:28:27.799 which is a whole nother thing, but it was gave me really good opportunity 455 00:28:27.839 --> 00:28:30.960 to promote that eight as a launch eight hundred and eighty, you know. 456 00:28:32.119 --> 00:28:36.440 So it just gave me all the boundaries that I needed to craft a whole 457 00:28:36.480 --> 00:28:38.880 marketing campaign around these eight episodes. No, that's what I would suggest. 458 00:28:40.000 --> 00:28:44.720 Yeah, are you dropping a trailer episode like a couple weeks before and then 459 00:28:44.839 --> 00:28:48.839 dropping all eight, or dropping eight in the sequence that you said? Yeah, 460 00:28:48.920 --> 00:28:51.519 you know, I've had a lot of fun with trailer episodes as a 461 00:28:51.640 --> 00:28:55.279 concept, or the last eight years, on years, because they're funny. 462 00:28:55.400 --> 00:28:59.519 So years ago, okay, here's the thing. Three, here's the reason 463 00:28:59.559 --> 00:29:03.480 why trailer episodes were needed a few years ago. Okay, this is good, 464 00:29:03.559 --> 00:29:07.359 just needed, like you couldn't even you couldn't not have them because the 465 00:29:07.519 --> 00:29:14.079 platforms took sometimes two weeks to accept your show into them and for people to 466 00:29:14.119 --> 00:29:18.240 be able to find them. So imagine you're all excited about your doing podcast, 467 00:29:18.319 --> 00:29:22.559 an episode. What is out, you're telling everybody, and nobody can 468 00:29:22.640 --> 00:29:26.119 listen, Dang it, because it's not on the platforms yet. Right, 469 00:29:26.519 --> 00:29:29.480 yeah, so the trailers solve that problem, because what you would do is 470 00:29:29.480 --> 00:29:32.839 you would submit your show with the trailer. However long the platforms took, 471 00:29:32.880 --> 00:29:36.119 they took, but you knew when your launched date was for your episode one 472 00:29:36.200 --> 00:29:38.359 and when it was ready, it was in the platforms. Everything's good to 473 00:29:38.400 --> 00:29:45.119 go. Now I see platforms getting shows in within the hour like it's it's 474 00:29:45.240 --> 00:29:48.680 really quick. So that's the law, your concern. So now I'm having 475 00:29:48.720 --> 00:29:55.000 a little more fun with my trailers, because it was just like honestly reading 476 00:29:55.079 --> 00:29:57.759 like a description of the show. First him, you're reading basically saying the 477 00:29:57.839 --> 00:30:02.079 description of the show, marrying it to music beds, and that's a trailer 478 00:30:03.200 --> 00:30:07.240 day. My name is Yay and I'M gonna be here every day, every 479 00:30:07.319 --> 00:30:08.839 day, a day. What I do, by the way, your intro 480 00:30:08.960 --> 00:30:12.440 music or your weight music, as we were going to start, fantastic. 481 00:30:14.200 --> 00:30:18.240 So what I like to do now, because there's kind of there two camps. 482 00:30:18.279 --> 00:30:19.880 There's you, you know, trailer episode, saying who you are, 483 00:30:21.079 --> 00:30:25.279 introducing yourself to your audience and what the show's going to be about. There's 484 00:30:25.319 --> 00:30:27.799 the other camp of thought. was just put out a first episode that sounds 485 00:30:27.839 --> 00:30:30.440 exactly like the rest of the episodes are going to get, so they know 486 00:30:30.480 --> 00:30:34.200 what they're going to get. I'm in the third camp. I figured out 487 00:30:34.240 --> 00:30:37.799 a third camp. I'm right. I found the gray area and I'm I 488 00:30:37.920 --> 00:30:44.200 shoved my way in there. The Gray area is this, and it doesn't 489 00:30:44.200 --> 00:30:47.440 always work, but sometimes when it can work, we're great. It's a 490 00:30:47.640 --> 00:30:51.279 it's a first episode that is also a trailer episode. So, in other 491 00:30:51.279 --> 00:30:55.279 words, let's say you have an episode, a show that has two segments. 492 00:30:55.400 --> 00:30:57.400 Okay, so in the beginning of the show, you know, you 493 00:30:57.519 --> 00:31:00.640 introduce yourself, you give a more of an instruction than you would have any 494 00:31:00.640 --> 00:31:03.000 other episode, talking about who you are, and that at all, and 495 00:31:03.119 --> 00:31:06.759 what the show is going to be. And then you say, and you 496 00:31:06.839 --> 00:31:08.799 know, we're gonna have two segments on this show and the first segment I'm 497 00:31:08.799 --> 00:31:11.680 going to be talking to a guest and in the second segment I'm going to 498 00:31:11.759 --> 00:31:15.680 be giving you a really good takeaway in my own thoughts on matter, with 499 00:31:15.759 --> 00:31:18.880 some homework for you to to do before you listen to the next episode. 500 00:31:19.160 --> 00:31:25.119 I'm making this up ours. It's so by doing that, you're kind of 501 00:31:25.200 --> 00:31:27.240 taking them through what the show is going to be while you're also delivering the 502 00:31:27.279 --> 00:31:30.799 content. So you say that and then you say, and here we go 503 00:31:30.960 --> 00:31:33.079 with my very first guest of the podcast. So and so then you have 504 00:31:33.240 --> 00:31:37.680 the guest interview and then after that you say and hey, now we're going 505 00:31:37.720 --> 00:31:40.160 into the second segment. And, as I mentioned, this segment is meant 506 00:31:40.160 --> 00:31:42.640 to do this. It's explain the parameters are all so get your pencils ready 507 00:31:42.680 --> 00:31:45.799 and take some notes or whatever. I'm going to get you some homework and 508 00:31:45.839 --> 00:31:48.480 then you do the second segment. So kind of it kind of does both 509 00:31:48.640 --> 00:31:53.559 the same time, you know. So that, yeah, by first episode 510 00:31:53.599 --> 00:31:59.319 of a show that's currently on on hiadas. That's like keep telling myself, 511 00:31:59.640 --> 00:32:02.000 called people of Florida. I don't call people AFLORIDA. The very first episode 512 00:32:02.079 --> 00:32:06.559 is actually really good example of that. Okay, so people of Florida. 513 00:32:06.599 --> 00:32:07.799 So if you guys, what is that out? Is that public? Yeah, 514 00:32:07.839 --> 00:32:12.440 it's still able. People are episode one. Cool. Yeah, I 515 00:32:12.559 --> 00:32:15.079 got asked You I was trying to delete a podcast earlier today. I'm like, 516 00:32:15.319 --> 00:32:17.279 I've never tried to delete a podcast. How was here work? But 517 00:32:17.440 --> 00:32:21.880 Anyway, a host. So yeah, like I have an old show that 518 00:32:21.960 --> 00:32:24.000 you like keeps popping up, but it doesn't have any episodes because the hosting 519 00:32:24.079 --> 00:32:27.559 companies. Anyway, it's a whole. It's a whole pad is. We 520 00:32:27.640 --> 00:32:30.720 are of hosting companies defunct. I don't know what to tell you, man. 521 00:32:30.160 --> 00:32:34.000 It's weird, like there's no there's like no episodes on it. It's 522 00:32:34.039 --> 00:32:36.400 just like my face and Beople, like I found your podcast there's no not 523 00:32:36.480 --> 00:32:39.200 on. Anyway, I digress. I'll figure that one out later. By 524 00:32:39.240 --> 00:32:43.279 the way, I love your new clubhouse profile. Not to Nirvana. Awesome. 525 00:32:43.519 --> 00:32:49.319 Carry on. Yeah, the baby ain't getting paid. Um, I'm 526 00:32:49.400 --> 00:32:52.200 the guy, I'm the I'm the baby in the picture and I'm trying to 527 00:32:52.240 --> 00:32:53.319 get some money. Keeping your clothes on. By the way, that's really 528 00:32:53.400 --> 00:32:57.880 great. I gotta read. I'm going to Reado it, I got to 529 00:32:57.880 --> 00:32:59.960 Redo it, I get to get it more legit, I got to show 530 00:33:00.039 --> 00:33:06.359 up authentic. Okay, so I love the I love the conversation so far. 531 00:33:06.480 --> 00:33:08.960 So we're figuring out our why, we're kind of getting our show format. 532 00:33:09.119 --> 00:33:12.039 And once again, if you're listening to this and you're like man, 533 00:33:12.079 --> 00:33:15.400 this sounds more complicated, I thought it was. This is the right way 534 00:33:15.480 --> 00:33:17.839 to launch a podcast. Okay, if you follow me and you're like hey, 535 00:33:17.960 --> 00:33:21.960 billy, you were just talking about creating daily in a clubhouse room and 536 00:33:21.960 --> 00:33:24.720 then three hours later there's a live show, that is not the way to 537 00:33:24.759 --> 00:33:28.920 do it. Like, this is the way. This is the way to 538 00:33:29.039 --> 00:33:30.440 do if you want. If you do that, you're gonna last about twenty 539 00:33:30.480 --> 00:33:35.240 episodes, which is where I get to for most of my shows and I'm 540 00:33:35.279 --> 00:33:37.000 like, Oh, what was I thinking? But he didn't did a minute 541 00:33:37.000 --> 00:33:40.519 ago. You're like, I love to start stuff. I do. It's 542 00:33:40.519 --> 00:33:44.400 awesome. Maybe I should do what you do, like I just help you 543 00:33:44.559 --> 00:33:49.079 start your stuff. But Anyway, okay. So we're so we're getting out 544 00:33:49.079 --> 00:33:52.559 there, we're getting our show together, we're getting our format and I love 545 00:33:52.680 --> 00:33:54.680 this because you can test this and you can over that time. That's why 546 00:33:54.680 --> 00:33:57.880 I don't want to create a bunch of shows. So you want to create 547 00:33:57.960 --> 00:33:59.960 one at a time or a couple or few at a time. That way 548 00:34:00.000 --> 00:34:02.079 you can adjust. So this is really good information, really good tip, 549 00:34:02.519 --> 00:34:07.480 because I have heard people say creat twenty shows and I'm like one, creating 550 00:34:07.480 --> 00:34:10.519 twenty shows is a lot of work, like that's ridiculous. And then, 551 00:34:10.719 --> 00:34:15.000 yeah, and I always launch with I trying to launch with I trying to 552 00:34:15.039 --> 00:34:17.519 tell other people. Let me say that I never launched with two hours of 553 00:34:19.039 --> 00:34:21.639 two hours of content. I wish I'd tell people like at least launched with 554 00:34:21.719 --> 00:34:27.119 two hours of content, like that's a pretty good consumable amount of content. 555 00:34:27.199 --> 00:34:29.679 You know, if you got thirty minute show, drop four of them or 556 00:34:29.679 --> 00:34:31.960 whatever. Same and I've dropped them all the same day. I don't know, 557 00:34:32.079 --> 00:34:35.519 maybe, but I don't do that because I break all the rules that 558 00:34:35.559 --> 00:34:40.280 I make up. So really matters. PHILLY's rule book heat and that slight 559 00:34:40.360 --> 00:34:45.119 footnote. He doesn't do any of this. Yeah, I'm the lawn care 560 00:34:45.199 --> 00:34:46.639 guy where you're like, you like drive by and there's like a long care 561 00:34:46.719 --> 00:34:50.239 truck and you're like, dude, your yards looks like trash. Like I'm 562 00:34:50.360 --> 00:34:55.559 that guy, Guy, I living for everybody else's lawn is amazing. Everybody 563 00:34:55.559 --> 00:35:00.599 else looks great, it's perfect, perfectly manicured, but my lawn trash. 564 00:35:01.039 --> 00:35:04.960 Or so we're promoting it. We got it out there. Maybe we get 565 00:35:05.000 --> 00:35:07.480 some people listen to it. I'm trying to think in the next process in 566 00:35:07.599 --> 00:35:10.559 the I mean there's so much to it, though, because you're good much 567 00:35:10.679 --> 00:35:15.800 you should do all kinds of marketing and all this kind of stuff. But 568 00:35:15.280 --> 00:35:20.599 what is one thing that you would say in those first four to ten episodes, 569 00:35:20.679 --> 00:35:23.199 for to eight episodes, how am I gonna get the Most Bang from 570 00:35:23.199 --> 00:35:28.000 my book? I'M gonna get it out there the fastest to the right people, 571 00:35:28.199 --> 00:35:30.159 and I guess a lot of this homework is done in the beginning or 572 00:35:30.239 --> 00:35:34.079 before you hit record, the niche and all that kind of stuff. But 573 00:35:34.239 --> 00:35:36.599 what are some ways that you coach people that, because that's the number one 574 00:35:36.679 --> 00:35:39.880 thing. How do I grow my audience? Yeah, okay, so I'm 575 00:35:39.920 --> 00:35:43.519 going to bring out an Oldie, but a goodie. I'm going to take 576 00:35:43.559 --> 00:35:45.519 it off the shelf and dust it off for you, Billy, I'm ready, 577 00:35:45.840 --> 00:35:49.840 ready. This is going to sound very familiar to you because you have 578 00:35:49.920 --> 00:35:55.159 definitely heard this one, but I think everyone who's listening, I'm assuming a 579 00:35:55.239 --> 00:35:58.800 lot of people who haven't heard this before. Yeah, I don't know them 580 00:35:58.880 --> 00:36:00.239 yet, so I haven't had ans to hear this. So here it is. 581 00:36:01.440 --> 00:36:05.800 It's going to it comes from religion, but it's not religious. Now 582 00:36:05.880 --> 00:36:08.639 you know exactly I'm going to say, billy, I don't know. Disciples 583 00:36:08.880 --> 00:36:15.440 right. Yeah, he's just this word spread so impactfully and effectively through across 584 00:36:15.480 --> 00:36:21.400 the entire world. Is because he wasn't the only one walking around and sharing 585 00:36:21.440 --> 00:36:28.119 it. He had twelve disciples who are equally as invested and passionate about about 586 00:36:28.199 --> 00:36:30.400 his mission, and they walked in their own directions and spread the news. 587 00:36:31.159 --> 00:36:36.800 So for your own podcast, you want to create some disciples, and this 588 00:36:36.920 --> 00:36:39.559 can start before you even launch a should start before you even launch. So 589 00:36:39.840 --> 00:36:44.320 let's say you're launching with, let's just say four episodes. You have four 590 00:36:44.320 --> 00:36:49.320 episodes as you've recorded before your launch a date. So you have four episodes 591 00:36:49.360 --> 00:36:52.280 worth of content. Take a clip from each of those episodes, you know, 592 00:36:52.519 --> 00:36:57.880 a one minute clip that is really representative of you. So overall, 593 00:36:58.039 --> 00:37:00.760 you want these clips to represent, you know, a fun side of you, 594 00:37:00.840 --> 00:37:04.760 if that is appropriate, and intriguing side of you with that's appropriate, 595 00:37:05.239 --> 00:37:08.000 how you speak with your guests. A clip of your guests so they can 596 00:37:08.079 --> 00:37:12.440 understand the kind of guess you're having on. Just give them a sense of 597 00:37:12.559 --> 00:37:15.639 the show and these first four episodes. And you're going to take that and 598 00:37:15.719 --> 00:37:20.920 you're going to also create a one sheeet of your show. Very simple in 599 00:37:21.039 --> 00:37:24.920 fact. Oh Billy, about the awesome service that they get. Join it 600 00:37:25.119 --> 00:37:30.400 is in general, and interrupt this video to tell you about one she dot 601 00:37:30.519 --> 00:37:32.480 pro. You can get a one sheet dot pro. Billy Thorpe. Find 602 00:37:32.519 --> 00:37:36.159 up more information and be sure to click the affiliate link, because I make 603 00:37:36.159 --> 00:37:44.199 a couple bucks. Here we go anyway. So yeah, create created what 604 00:37:44.400 --> 00:37:49.519 sheet, and what that one sheet does is tell about you your show. 605 00:37:49.880 --> 00:37:52.480 So just a title of show, obviously descript and to show your show are 606 00:37:52.519 --> 00:37:55.119 a picture, a couple of pictures of you that kind of express what the 607 00:37:55.159 --> 00:38:00.480 show's going to be about. Bullet point the intention, all that thing. 608 00:38:00.559 --> 00:38:02.599 Just give them a good sense of what the show is. Then you're going 609 00:38:02.599 --> 00:38:07.960 to shop that around and who you're going to shop that around to our potential 610 00:38:07.079 --> 00:38:09.880 partners. So we're talking about audience grows. I'm not going to talk about 611 00:38:09.880 --> 00:38:15.760 sponsorship right now, but audience growth. You can get strategic media partners to 612 00:38:15.960 --> 00:38:20.239 help you grow. So let's say you're doing a show on okay. One 613 00:38:20.239 --> 00:38:22.760 of the shows I produced has to do with horse rescue. Okay, retired 614 00:38:22.840 --> 00:38:30.519 Racehorse radio concentrates on rehoming retired resources. So it's a race race horse rescue 615 00:38:30.559 --> 00:38:36.039 show basically, right. So it by by locking arms with a group called 616 00:38:36.079 --> 00:38:40.440 new vocations. New Vocations, their whole entire mission of that organization is helping 617 00:38:40.519 --> 00:38:47.159 to rehome or resources. So they became now that's cause of sponsor as well, 618 00:38:47.519 --> 00:38:52.920 but because they locked arms with them. Every episode they promote. So 619 00:38:52.159 --> 00:38:57.239 in your case, whatever show that you're designing, think about who also is 620 00:38:57.360 --> 00:39:01.039 interested in serving that same mission. So let's say you're doing a show on 621 00:39:01.679 --> 00:39:07.559 financial responsibility. Right. So perhaps there is at the local university there they 622 00:39:07.599 --> 00:39:14.079 have a financial literacy program or perhaps there's your SBA, your lookal SBA has 623 00:39:14.199 --> 00:39:19.599 some financial service companies on their roster that they would love to have be part 624 00:39:19.639 --> 00:39:23.000 of your show. So whatever that is, maybe there's a facebook group that 625 00:39:23.480 --> 00:39:28.400 really talks about this and there's a good community there. Find those spaces that 626 00:39:28.480 --> 00:39:31.119 are already serving the exact audience you want to serve and let them know about 627 00:39:31.119 --> 00:39:34.840 your show. And that's what that where the sizzle real and the one she 628 00:39:35.000 --> 00:39:37.480 come in. So you present this to them, have a conversation with a 629 00:39:37.519 --> 00:39:40.880 person at the head of the table at these different places and see how you 630 00:39:40.960 --> 00:39:45.480 can work together. Now I don't have all the answers what that conversation is 631 00:39:45.519 --> 00:39:49.760 going to be, but I can tell you the synergies can be extremely fruitful 632 00:39:50.119 --> 00:39:52.320 and they want you and they want your content and they want to be able 633 00:39:52.320 --> 00:39:58.000 to put the people in their circle on your show. So lock arms love, 634 00:39:58.159 --> 00:40:00.960 but on the same mission as you, and they can also be fellow 635 00:40:00.000 --> 00:40:04.039 podcasters. So don't be afraid of that. So any opportunity you can to 636 00:40:04.360 --> 00:40:07.440 to partner with somebody who has the same intention as you. That is how 637 00:40:07.480 --> 00:40:09.719 you go your audeness, because now they're going to help put your show in 638 00:40:09.800 --> 00:40:15.280 front of their audiences. That's a money shot right there. That is money 639 00:40:15.559 --> 00:40:21.199 ringing the register with that. I preached this speaking of Disciples and Gospel. 640 00:40:21.239 --> 00:40:24.519 I preach this Gospel all the time. Go build the community that you want. 641 00:40:24.960 --> 00:40:28.760 Go help someone else build the type of community that you want and your 642 00:40:28.800 --> 00:40:31.960 build your own in so I love that. Being a contributor, and you 643 00:40:32.000 --> 00:40:35.199 said something about facebook groups, and this is one of the ways that we 644 00:40:35.960 --> 00:40:40.000 grew our fishing show so fast was by going in and contributing to facebook groups 645 00:40:40.000 --> 00:40:43.639 and different things like that and figuring out, you know, how do we 646 00:40:43.679 --> 00:40:45.639 go in and be a contributor, not just a spammer and all this kind 647 00:40:45.639 --> 00:40:50.320 of stuff. So I love that. And this is the easiest day and 648 00:40:50.360 --> 00:40:53.519 age of collaboration ever. You look at producer Jim actually, producer Jimmy and 649 00:40:53.559 --> 00:40:57.320 I, for instance, we're on the same show right now. We do 650 00:40:57.480 --> 00:41:00.360 so we do similar things with similar topics. I'll say we don't do exactly 651 00:41:00.519 --> 00:41:05.559 the similar things, but we cross over. We could easily crossover sponsorship stuff. 652 00:41:05.559 --> 00:41:07.039 We could easily cross over, help people launched their show or grow their 653 00:41:07.079 --> 00:41:09.719 show or whatever that looks like. But at the end of the end of 654 00:41:09.760 --> 00:41:15.159 the day we realize the power of sharing audiences, of being on one another 655 00:41:15.280 --> 00:41:19.559 show, of being in one other's clubhouse rooms. And so this isn't a 656 00:41:19.639 --> 00:41:22.840 competition, this is a collaboration. So actually you can be a competitor. 657 00:41:22.880 --> 00:41:27.239 I'd love to, but I'd really sorry. I was going to stay to 658 00:41:27.320 --> 00:41:30.239 share an example of when I put this into practice and when it worked just 659 00:41:30.920 --> 00:41:38.119 ridiculously beautifully. So in starting Florida podcast network, I knew that I wanted 660 00:41:38.159 --> 00:41:42.800 it to be tied to and that's Shan since change because the pandemic, but 661 00:41:42.880 --> 00:41:46.039 at the time I knew I wanted to be tied to Florida's number one industry. 662 00:41:46.079 --> 00:41:49.280 I'm not stupid. I want where the money is right, and Florida 663 00:41:49.320 --> 00:41:52.599 Sumber one industry is travel and tourism. I thought ranges, I thought it 664 00:41:52.639 --> 00:41:59.199 was oranges and orange, but it is part of the microphone see always points 665 00:41:59.239 --> 00:42:04.480 a wrong direction. Being so what what starting Florida podcast net work? The 666 00:42:04.519 --> 00:42:07.760 flagship show was finding Florida and that was a travel adventure show. And so 667 00:42:07.960 --> 00:42:13.679 are we wanted to go around two different areas of the state, intending to 668 00:42:13.800 --> 00:42:16.440 show them off, let them people know that we were talking about their state 669 00:42:16.559 --> 00:42:21.280 and their thing and see how we can form relations. Well, and some 670 00:42:21.519 --> 00:42:27.079 doing a little bit of due diligence digging beforehand, I found so visit Florida's 671 00:42:27.119 --> 00:42:31.239 the big umbrella travel and tourism group, and they had a conference coming up 672 00:42:31.360 --> 00:42:35.960 that was in just a few months. It would have been within the first 673 00:42:36.840 --> 00:42:40.480 episode or two of our show. And this conference is called Florida Huddle and 674 00:42:40.800 --> 00:42:44.960 essentially what it was there under one roof. It was going to be all 675 00:42:45.039 --> 00:42:47.719 the different travel and tourism bureaus, all of them, wow. It was 676 00:42:47.760 --> 00:42:52.400 going to be major venues like Lego land and a whold bunch of other places, 677 00:42:52.599 --> 00:42:55.440 all these hotels, restaurant like, all these people that we wanted to 678 00:42:55.480 --> 00:43:01.159 work with under one roof. So what did we do? When I see 679 00:43:01.199 --> 00:43:05.800 we, I mean Glenn the Geek, my cohost, and I. We 680 00:43:05.920 --> 00:43:10.760 submitted ourselves from media passes. So for the industry that your show serves, 681 00:43:10.880 --> 00:43:14.679 just like I mentioned, locking arms with people on the same mission. Good 682 00:43:14.840 --> 00:43:17.360 for the industry that your service, your show services. There's also a conference 683 00:43:17.440 --> 00:43:22.639 for that industry. So reach out to that conference and ask for media passes. 684 00:43:22.719 --> 00:43:23.800 Number One, you'll get in for free. That's always good. Number 685 00:43:23.880 --> 00:43:29.000 two, by walking around with the microphone, you get to meet all those 686 00:43:29.079 --> 00:43:31.519 people there were there. So when I tell you that we first of all 687 00:43:31.599 --> 00:43:37.119 we interviewed every single travel bureau that was there. We wot it's and and 688 00:43:37.280 --> 00:43:40.400 the organizer to visit Florida, the main president, we stitch that together in 689 00:43:40.440 --> 00:43:45.239 a special episode. It's now visit floora was like this, amazing. And 690 00:43:45.480 --> 00:43:50.079 when I tell you the whole, like next year of our trips were funded 691 00:43:50.239 --> 00:43:54.280 from that one effort, it's true. Every vice visits bures like we love 692 00:43:54.400 --> 00:43:58.119 this because they got to be part of the show. Yeah, that's show 693 00:43:58.199 --> 00:44:00.400 them the experience of it. And then it took off from there and every 694 00:44:00.519 --> 00:44:06.000 podcast episode after was was hosted or paid for by one of those people. 695 00:44:07.079 --> 00:44:08.719 So it works. Go be a podcaster at your industry. For all the 696 00:44:08.760 --> 00:44:12.760 people wondering what kind of show idea, there you go, that's a perfect 697 00:44:12.840 --> 00:44:15.559 one to work out. That's great. That's all I mean that. Yeah, 698 00:44:15.599 --> 00:44:19.159 that's what I love about podcasting. It does open up so many doors, 699 00:44:19.239 --> 00:44:21.320 and this is why, when people are like, yeah, I think 700 00:44:21.320 --> 00:44:23.480 you starting a podcast. I'm like just do it, like just start now, 701 00:44:24.159 --> 00:44:28.320 and if you mess up, quote unquote, I don't believe that's a 702 00:44:28.440 --> 00:44:30.119 thing, but if you met your I mean whatever. Anyway, if you 703 00:44:30.199 --> 00:44:34.000 mess up and you fall flat on your face and it doesn't do what you 704 00:44:34.119 --> 00:44:36.480 think it's going to do, what you probably won't. On the first one, 705 00:44:36.639 --> 00:44:38.000 the first time I ever wrote a bike or try to walk or try 706 00:44:38.039 --> 00:44:42.599 to talk or whatever like. Didn't work out, but I learned over time. 707 00:44:43.159 --> 00:44:47.039 But it does open up so many in so many doors that for any 708 00:44:47.159 --> 00:44:52.239 kind of business, for any kind of person who wants whatever door you want 709 00:44:52.239 --> 00:44:53.719 to open, a podcast is going to be there. It's the crowbar. 710 00:44:53.960 --> 00:44:58.360 It'll get it open for you thousand percent. There's a lot of power in 711 00:44:58.400 --> 00:45:01.159 the microphone. I it on that on that day, not only was able 712 00:45:01.199 --> 00:45:04.840 to get all those visitors bureaus, but I was able to walk up to 713 00:45:05.400 --> 00:45:07.519 billy swap safari. Didn't I just relation he was billy not. So you 714 00:45:07.599 --> 00:45:12.639 tell about it's called Billy Swatsafari. Get an interview and that led to a 715 00:45:12.719 --> 00:45:17.639 future trip lego land, all these like. If you Lego land, like 716 00:45:17.960 --> 00:45:22.599 land that's what you know. I love having a kid. And then when 717 00:45:22.679 --> 00:45:24.679 I was like that's even better, like because now I get a opportunity to 718 00:45:24.719 --> 00:45:30.760 go a Lego land. Ma's gonna be some Weirdo walking through Lego. No, 719 00:45:30.960 --> 00:45:34.920 I brought my kid with me so I wasn't just passed around the microphone. 720 00:45:35.039 --> 00:45:40.960 Could Inter your childhood. Hey jet come here, be weird, but 721 00:45:42.239 --> 00:45:45.599 it was very smart. That one trip did a lot. So find your 722 00:45:45.639 --> 00:45:49.039 conference and go. All right, if somebody from lego lands watching this one, 723 00:45:49.159 --> 00:45:52.400 to formally invite you publicly to the show because I would love a trip 724 00:45:52.920 --> 00:45:55.559 to Legoland. It will do interviews on top of Lego podcast tables that you 725 00:45:55.599 --> 00:46:00.360 build for us who have fun. Producer, Jimmy, I hope that this 726 00:46:00.519 --> 00:46:04.960 show has really wet some appetites out there. If I get it sounds so 727 00:46:05.079 --> 00:46:10.960 weird saying that created some appetites for for somebody who want and inspire somebody to 728 00:46:12.159 --> 00:46:15.239 go and figure out the process in and I know it's a lot. I 729 00:46:15.280 --> 00:46:17.119 mean we could spend all day, like we could go back and forth and 730 00:46:17.199 --> 00:46:21.159 strategies and tips and tricks and all this kind of stuff, but I really 731 00:46:21.280 --> 00:46:23.000 just want to bring you on to like let people know. One, it's 732 00:46:23.079 --> 00:46:28.280 possible to hear some fundamental things that you can start to do before you hit 733 00:46:28.320 --> 00:46:31.519 the record button. And then three, how do if they're just bandwidth is 734 00:46:31.599 --> 00:46:35.880 shot, they have no other time, how can they get in touch with 735 00:46:35.920 --> 00:46:39.039 you to work with you? And what services do you provide? Well, 736 00:46:39.320 --> 00:46:45.639 you can always reach me at Flintstone Mediacom and we provide all the things we 737 00:46:45.719 --> 00:46:49.239 need to launch your show. So we can help you launch your show from 738 00:46:49.320 --> 00:46:52.119 complete scratch. In fact, that's my preference to launch you from scratch. 739 00:46:52.199 --> 00:46:55.440 So before you go out and buy all the shiny object things and equipment, 740 00:46:55.960 --> 00:46:59.719 contact me first. But that's what I can do. I can help you 741 00:47:00.199 --> 00:47:04.880 launch a show with the intention of building your brand. So that's what I 742 00:47:04.920 --> 00:47:07.239 do. To reach out to me and then we can handle production and everything 743 00:47:07.280 --> 00:47:10.960 else. I've an incredible, incredible, talented team. They're fantastic. I'm 744 00:47:12.000 --> 00:47:15.199 so proud of them, very, very honored to work with them. So 745 00:47:15.320 --> 00:47:17.199 we have a full team. So come in and check us out. Flint 746 00:47:17.239 --> 00:47:21.519 stowing MEDIACOM. Yeah, and also, if you're on clubhouse, make sure 747 00:47:21.559 --> 00:47:24.880 you tap into producer Jimmy's profile and follow her, because she's all the time 748 00:47:25.000 --> 00:47:28.320 doing some cool stuff. What's up? Yeah, and one more thing that 749 00:47:28.360 --> 00:47:30.679 I'm cool. One more cool thing I'm doing. More thing that I'm cool. 750 00:47:30.679 --> 00:47:34.480 I can't talk today. Thing that I do it. So I do 751 00:47:34.639 --> 00:47:37.880 launch shows, but I know that a lot of people launch on their own 752 00:47:37.079 --> 00:47:39.840 and maybe a few months into it they're like, maybe that could be doing 753 00:47:39.920 --> 00:47:44.880 better. So if you feel like maybe you're not reaching the goals that you're 754 00:47:44.920 --> 00:47:47.599 wanting to reach, you're hitting a roadblock or anything like that. I also 755 00:47:47.639 --> 00:47:52.519 have a booster class, so you can go to podcast booster classcom. You 756 00:47:52.559 --> 00:47:55.119 can sign up them. That makes sense. That was the reason the title 757 00:47:55.280 --> 00:48:00.119 was boost your podcast. So forget all that. There you go. Oh 758 00:48:00.400 --> 00:48:01.400 yeah, I know come up with that title. You did. You didn't 759 00:48:01.400 --> 00:48:05.079 even know it, and then I need forgot about it. I get the 760 00:48:05.159 --> 00:48:08.519 hook. I didn't get this pitch whatever. Practically creating content in your sleep, 761 00:48:08.559 --> 00:48:12.760 Philly, you're amazing. I'm just trying to go every single every day, 762 00:48:12.840 --> 00:48:15.400 money through Friday. It is a lot of work, but I'm figuring 763 00:48:15.480 --> 00:48:17.639 out a little tweaks to make the workflow better, which I could have you 764 00:48:17.719 --> 00:48:22.960 back on and we could talk another forty five minutes about workflow and podcasting and 765 00:48:23.000 --> 00:48:25.400 all that kind of stuff. So I do want to if you get a 766 00:48:25.480 --> 00:48:29.360 couple more minutes her. Producer Jim. I do want to let an opportunity 767 00:48:29.400 --> 00:48:32.480 for anybody, it's watching or listening, to go ahead and drop your questions 768 00:48:32.880 --> 00:48:37.880 in the chat so you can put a little que colon and then ask your 769 00:48:37.000 --> 00:48:40.679 question. If you're on clubhouse, feel free to come up. However, 770 00:48:40.679 --> 00:48:45.400 if you're on clubhouse, please keep the question about podcasting, not about youtube 771 00:48:45.480 --> 00:48:49.039 or any of the other stuff. So that is a struggle of mine. 772 00:48:49.320 --> 00:48:52.719 And also this is our last room on clubhouse that we're going to do for 773 00:48:52.960 --> 00:48:55.800 creating daily as the live show. As I don't I mean it's a great 774 00:48:55.840 --> 00:49:00.159 fit. Today this room is full, but typically that's not the case. 775 00:49:00.280 --> 00:49:04.519 And so whatever. I'm probably canceling it too early, but I'm going to 776 00:49:04.679 --> 00:49:07.159 so I think it'll be better. So if you have a question about podcasting, 777 00:49:07.880 --> 00:49:12.199 say like to start things right. It's like, Oh, where can 778 00:49:12.280 --> 00:49:15.199 I go live? Oh, everywhere. And if you're and once again, 779 00:49:15.199 --> 00:49:16.719 if you're on bullhorn to I'm live over there. I'm live on twitter, 780 00:49:16.760 --> 00:49:20.840 I'm like one twitch. I'm alive everywhere. So if you have any questions, 781 00:49:20.880 --> 00:49:24.039 feel free to drop them in the chat and if not, we'll close 782 00:49:24.079 --> 00:49:27.800 this thing down. But really appreciate what you do. Producer Jimmy, I 783 00:49:27.880 --> 00:49:30.159 know we spend a lot of time on clubhouse. It's where we at. 784 00:49:30.639 --> 00:49:34.320 And Yeah, you know, it's a lot of fun to see the light 785 00:49:34.400 --> 00:49:37.239 bulbs come on for people when they go, Oh, I didn't know I 786 00:49:37.320 --> 00:49:39.719 could do that. Or you know, I read this twenty page blog article 787 00:49:39.760 --> 00:49:43.400 is said I had to have all these pieces together and we're like, Whoa, 788 00:49:43.440 --> 00:49:46.000 Whoa, just go get your microphone and pull in your computer and record 789 00:49:46.079 --> 00:49:51.480 on what you have and then figure out the rest later. So we share 790 00:49:51.480 --> 00:49:53.960 a lot of same values and I appreciate you being a part of my community. 791 00:49:54.119 --> 00:49:57.599 Love being a part of yours, and this has been a lot of 792 00:49:57.639 --> 00:50:00.639 fun to create this show and hopefully many more. Hopefully we can do some 793 00:50:00.719 --> 00:50:02.199 more episode and things like that. Same Billy, and you bet it you're 794 00:50:02.199 --> 00:50:06.239 better get your butt to Florida some days so we can hang out. Let's 795 00:50:06.280 --> 00:50:08.440 have a good time. I know that'll be fun. I can't. Yeah, 796 00:50:08.639 --> 00:50:14.000 every time there's a podcast event I am like traveling, I'm moving, 797 00:50:14.280 --> 00:50:16.360 and I'm moving during podfest and we didn't even talk about that. You are 798 00:50:16.400 --> 00:50:21.559 a cohost of the podfast podcast and we got podfast coming up. So so 799 00:50:22.119 --> 00:50:23.920 you pitch, you pitch podfast real quick, because when people come, meet 800 00:50:23.960 --> 00:50:29.039 you there and then I will I'll take care of some chat stuff. Okay, 801 00:50:29.119 --> 00:50:30.320 awesome. So I don't have my schedule in front of me, but 802 00:50:30.400 --> 00:50:35.679 podfast takes place made starting me and the Mace. May Twenty six, I 803 00:50:35.719 --> 00:50:39.119 believe, is the first day for PODFAST and takes place in Orlando. PODFAST 804 00:50:39.239 --> 00:50:44.480 multi Media Expo is the largest independent podcast conference in the world and I'm excited 805 00:50:44.519 --> 00:50:47.199 that we're doing it in person. So we got to gather a small group 806 00:50:47.239 --> 00:50:52.039 of us in person in November, but this is the first time. We're 807 00:50:52.400 --> 00:50:54.920 like going back to the full well, full water. It's going to be 808 00:50:55.000 --> 00:51:00.000 awesome. So two thousand podcasters. But here's the there's was really great about 809 00:51:00.000 --> 00:51:01.760 podfast. Is why I love it so much. No matter how big it 810 00:51:01.880 --> 00:51:07.559 grows, it's always feels like a small family. I absolutely love it. 811 00:51:07.599 --> 00:51:13.159 So podcast multimedia expo and I do cohost a podfast podcast and on that show 812 00:51:13.400 --> 00:51:15.280 we have past speakers. So top of the top of the top, be'st 813 00:51:15.320 --> 00:51:20.239 of the best care the crop, podcasters submitting tips and then Glenn and I 814 00:51:20.480 --> 00:51:22.519 give our two cents on them and at our own advice as well. So 815 00:51:23.000 --> 00:51:24.960 check it out. I hope to see you guys all there. If you 816 00:51:25.039 --> 00:51:30.440 go to podcast XBOCOM and get a ticket, you can use the Promo Code 817 00:51:30.719 --> 00:51:34.360 Network and get twenty five percent off. Okay, cool, and I'll include 818 00:51:34.400 --> 00:51:37.360 that in the show description as well. I'll make sure I get it from 819 00:51:37.360 --> 00:51:39.039 you. Can text your email to me. And we did have a question 820 00:51:39.159 --> 00:51:45.159 come in over here on clubhouse from Julia says any suggestions for podcast cover our 821 00:51:45.000 --> 00:51:47.760 did it need a personal photo on it? So doesn't need a photo? 822 00:51:47.920 --> 00:51:52.920 Oh, I love this question. Okay, this is such a good question. 823 00:51:52.400 --> 00:51:55.679 So unless you're already face famous, you do not need to necessarily have 824 00:51:55.800 --> 00:52:00.719 your face on the show. Art How I'm feeling, our definitely face baby's 825 00:52:00.800 --> 00:52:06.000 famous. However, if, for e. If the theme of your show 826 00:52:06.239 --> 00:52:09.239 does lend itself to you want someone to immediately feel comfortable, you want to 827 00:52:09.320 --> 00:52:13.559 make sure that there's a they know that it's a safe space, then a 828 00:52:13.639 --> 00:52:15.880 good, friendly picture of you may be appropriate. So if your show is 829 00:52:15.920 --> 00:52:19.960 on a very sensetive topic, then that could be appropriate. But, all 830 00:52:20.079 --> 00:52:22.119 else being said, unless you're famous, and I wouldn't bother, here's what 831 00:52:22.280 --> 00:52:27.760 is important. Always think, in all things podcasting, think about the end 832 00:52:27.920 --> 00:52:31.159 user. Okay, so a listener scrolling through their pot they've come to the 833 00:52:31.199 --> 00:52:36.079 podcast platform to look for something. Right, golf show, right, so 834 00:52:36.199 --> 00:52:38.840 they type and golfing. They're going to have a whole laundry list of podcast 835 00:52:38.880 --> 00:52:44.000 show up. So that little icon is going to have to grab their attention 836 00:52:44.119 --> 00:52:47.239 real quick. So you need to make sure that the elements speak for themselves. 837 00:52:47.400 --> 00:52:51.039 So the title of the show, I mean we can end naming a 838 00:52:51.079 --> 00:52:53.039 show and all this up, but whatever you've called it, make sure that 839 00:52:53.199 --> 00:52:58.000 it pops, okay, that it's really obvious and evident when people are seeing. 840 00:52:58.039 --> 00:53:01.239 So that usually is best accomplished with a dark background and light letters or 841 00:53:01.519 --> 00:53:07.239 vice vers up then any other added visual elements that really lend itself also to 842 00:53:07.320 --> 00:53:10.679 the theme, so that it speaks for itself. So, as an example, 843 00:53:10.840 --> 00:53:14.920 my old show this is in the bedroom. Now it could sound like 844 00:53:15.119 --> 00:53:19.000 one thing right, and I don't mind that. I Love I love being 845 00:53:19.079 --> 00:53:22.599 tongue in cheek, but it really is spant for podcast effort, podcasters, 846 00:53:22.679 --> 00:53:25.599 for CISLERS who do it. I did. They started their business in their 847 00:53:25.639 --> 00:53:30.119 bedroom. So the show art is a cartoonish version of me literally on my 848 00:53:30.280 --> 00:53:34.960 bedroom, on my computer. So when you put when you scroll that and 849 00:53:35.039 --> 00:53:37.360 you see that, you immediately know what it means. You. Yeah, 850 00:53:37.519 --> 00:53:39.480 we resonate with it if that's which comes for. So that's what I mean. 851 00:53:39.599 --> 00:53:45.199 So make sure the name POPs. Add visual elements that also help tell 852 00:53:45.280 --> 00:53:47.840 the story so that immediately as they're saying they're seeing it. It makes them 853 00:53:47.840 --> 00:53:51.800 stop in their tracks. And nothing too small, because it's going to show 854 00:53:51.880 --> 00:53:54.079 were display really small. So if your elements are teeny tiny to can't see 855 00:53:54.079 --> 00:53:59.079 them. Yeah, I love that advice. And I was just looking at 856 00:53:59.079 --> 00:54:01.280 my show art and really it's like I'm not even subscribe to podcast. Don't 857 00:54:01.280 --> 00:54:07.639 even follow my own show away. Can I crab a mind doing? You're 858 00:54:07.719 --> 00:54:13.679 your own worst audience member. I find I don't comment the own stuff either. 859 00:54:13.800 --> 00:54:16.039 No, which might be a good thing. That's probably good thing. 860 00:54:16.199 --> 00:54:19.639 Don't like your comment on your own stuff. That's is weird. Yeah, 861 00:54:19.840 --> 00:54:22.440 and, by the way, like this a good segue. If you see 862 00:54:22.480 --> 00:54:24.719 a subscribe or follow button near wherever you're looking right now, go ahead and 863 00:54:24.800 --> 00:54:29.079 smash that and be a part of the show and leave some reviews. I 864 00:54:29.159 --> 00:54:31.159 don't know if they matter or not. Maybe I'll ask this question. I 865 00:54:31.320 --> 00:54:35.559 never ask for reviews, but I'm always sad when I don't get any. 866 00:54:35.719 --> 00:54:38.679 So what's the deal? Do I need reviews? Producer Jimmy, because that's 867 00:54:38.719 --> 00:54:42.679 another question I could ask a lot that I ask a well, now it's 868 00:54:42.800 --> 00:54:47.599 interesting. Apple just opened up a little bit of the curtain for their algorithm 869 00:54:49.159 --> 00:54:54.039 and it turns out reviews don't mean a damn. All right, but however, 870 00:54:54.199 --> 00:54:59.400 though, however, views are really good social currency. So if you 871 00:54:59.519 --> 00:55:01.639 get a good review, then that's something you could repurpose. You can put 872 00:55:01.679 --> 00:55:05.519 it on your social media account, you can put on your website for your 873 00:55:05.559 --> 00:55:07.679 show, you can put it into your one sheet. That's actually when I'm 874 00:55:08.000 --> 00:55:10.840 doing what I mentioned before and putting a one sheet together to kind of promote 875 00:55:10.840 --> 00:55:15.840 a show before launch or while we're in the midst of it or early, 876 00:55:15.159 --> 00:55:20.199 early into the show and whatever, trying to pitch it to sponsors. I'll 877 00:55:20.280 --> 00:55:23.519 pull any reviews that I get on on apple or spotify, whatever and put 878 00:55:23.559 --> 00:55:29.239 them in the one sheet. So they're great for collecting good social proof. 879 00:55:29.519 --> 00:55:32.079 Yeah, but they don't really help you with the algorithms, apparently. Yeah, 880 00:55:32.599 --> 00:55:36.239 well, only for you to leave good ones. You can leave one, 881 00:55:36.519 --> 00:55:37.559 but if you don't, yeah, no bad one, good ones, 882 00:55:37.639 --> 00:55:40.559 no bad ones. All right. So I think that is all. We'll 883 00:55:40.599 --> 00:55:46.280 see. I think James Scott probably has nice says it matters for your ego, 884 00:55:46.519 --> 00:55:50.280 I guess if you have your picture on it. What are you saying 885 00:55:50.280 --> 00:55:52.039 about me? Me, I put my picture on everything because I'm just trying 886 00:55:52.079 --> 00:55:57.000 to be famous. Hey, but you got a great face for it. 887 00:55:57.159 --> 00:56:00.719 You got an expressive face and now you are face famous. But laws you 888 00:56:00.800 --> 00:56:04.159 know, knie is being rude in the comments over here. Me, I'm 889 00:56:04.199 --> 00:56:07.079 a at this. I'm at verbally spank you in front of all of our 890 00:56:07.119 --> 00:56:10.400 friends if you don't chill out the comments. All right. So, nick, 891 00:56:10.519 --> 00:56:15.400 so loving this, love with this. James says, I think you'd 892 00:56:15.440 --> 00:56:20.719 need a photo because people buy into people. So the audience see you, 893 00:56:21.119 --> 00:56:24.079 they're more likely to buy rather than sing a generic cover our. I mean, 894 00:56:24.280 --> 00:56:27.880 you know, and I I do with that. Yeah, I do 895 00:56:28.079 --> 00:56:30.360 agree with that to a certain extent. I just think that when when someone 896 00:56:30.480 --> 00:56:35.719 is scrolling looking for a show, they're more likely to click on it, 897 00:56:35.800 --> 00:56:39.519 unless it's again that personal thing. They're more likely to click on it because 898 00:56:40.280 --> 00:56:45.559 they know that the value that it's going to bring to them, the person 899 00:56:45.639 --> 00:56:49.599 that's giving the values, secondary when they haven't clicked on it yet. Yeah. 900 00:56:50.519 --> 00:56:52.000 So, so I think it's a little bit of both. But Hey, 901 00:56:52.119 --> 00:56:54.960 it's not nothing worth trying and, like we said at the very beginning, 902 00:56:54.960 --> 00:56:58.719 you can always change your art. You can always change it. Yeah, 903 00:56:58.719 --> 00:57:00.199 it's and I noticed. Yeah, yeah, I noticed that, Mike 904 00:57:00.320 --> 00:57:04.039 Forester. Thank you, Mike. He did make sure it was clarified. 905 00:57:04.519 --> 00:57:07.239 May Twenty Six hundred twenty nine for podfast. So thank you. And One 906 00:57:07.280 --> 00:57:09.760 more thing that I saw, if you don't mind me bringing a question up. 907 00:57:09.800 --> 00:57:14.559 Sure, yeah, absolutely. Oh, oh gosh, way to go. 908 00:57:14.800 --> 00:57:16.519 It like disappeared on me. I saw two seconds ago. Oh No, 909 00:57:17.159 --> 00:57:19.800 well, well, I don't know. Oh, here we go. 910 00:57:20.880 --> 00:57:24.679 Okay, so, if I know, I'm sorry. I lost it on 911 00:57:24.760 --> 00:57:30.599 a where it went? I thought I have one. Just kidding. James 912 00:57:30.639 --> 00:57:34.159 says, so may your show. So, James is said, so I 913 00:57:34.159 --> 00:57:38.880 should take my ugly face off mine. Thank God. Maybe. And here's 914 00:57:38.920 --> 00:57:42.880 another thing that you can do too, and I did this on clubhouse and 915 00:57:42.920 --> 00:57:45.840 I'll do this. I'll do this with podcast stuff too. Is is I'll 916 00:57:45.880 --> 00:57:50.880 scroll through and see what catches my eye and go, oh, that's okay, 917 00:57:50.920 --> 00:57:53.000 cool. And I did this on clubhouse way early on. There's, 918 00:57:53.079 --> 00:57:55.199 yeah, so many people, hundreds of people in our room, and so 919 00:57:55.280 --> 00:57:59.679 I was I literally would go in different rooms and scroll through and just see 920 00:57:59.760 --> 00:58:01.960 what caught my eye and I'm like maybe not that. You know, that 921 00:58:02.119 --> 00:58:06.719 sequence may not caught catch everyone's eye, but it caught mine. So maybe 922 00:58:06.800 --> 00:58:09.360 there's a lot more people like me that are seeing red over yellow or whatever 923 00:58:09.440 --> 00:58:15.360 it was. So I just found no, I just found this the question. 924 00:58:15.159 --> 00:58:19.039 So thank you, Geraldine, for Weird I couldn't see it an ago. 925 00:58:19.159 --> 00:58:22.440 So recommendations for podcast Rams of clubs for new bees. So I'll of 926 00:58:22.519 --> 00:58:28.119 course say I have to say dreamors become doers is a great clubs. If 927 00:58:28.159 --> 00:58:31.400 you click cut my face that you could go to the juniors become doers club, 928 00:58:31.480 --> 00:58:36.079 Geraldine. And also I started recently the podfast clubs. The podfest now 929 00:58:36.119 --> 00:58:37.559 has its own club on WAN to know that. That's another one as well. 930 00:58:37.840 --> 00:58:42.719 Yeah, and then the other really great clause what you can do actually, 931 00:58:42.840 --> 00:58:45.639 Geraldine, is, you can actually go to the search bar type of 932 00:58:45.719 --> 00:58:49.760 podcast and make sure you have clubs selected and you should get some good results. 933 00:58:50.280 --> 00:58:52.880 Oh cool, I'm joining the podfest one right now. Wait, I 934 00:58:52.960 --> 00:58:57.360 am a member, remember. I didn't remember I was a member. Whatever. 935 00:58:57.679 --> 00:59:00.079 You know why? Because I invited to you and you're like, I 936 00:59:00.159 --> 00:59:05.480 don't even to think twice, except face isn't on the cover art. I 937 00:59:05.559 --> 00:59:08.440 mean, no, I'm just yet. If you had your face on there, 938 00:59:08.599 --> 00:59:12.280 who do you think you are? All right, out of here, 939 00:59:13.079 --> 00:59:15.679 not hanging out with you. It's ridiculous, all right. And also, 940 00:59:15.760 --> 00:59:20.000 Geraldine, I got to promote how to podcast. So that little green house 941 00:59:20.079 --> 00:59:22.199 up their click on it. Follow this club. We occasional show up and 942 00:59:22.239 --> 00:59:27.360 talk about podcasting, mostly hanging out on clubhouse, but sometimes I'll bring some 943 00:59:27.519 --> 00:59:30.440 rooms that are valuable. Not Anymore as much because I'm on doing this daily 944 00:59:30.480 --> 00:59:34.400 show every day, which is a lot of fun. And and so that 945 00:59:34.639 --> 00:59:36.639 is that. I guess it's going to wrap us up. I don't see, 946 00:59:36.840 --> 00:59:39.760 oh wait, any willing to give feedback on my cover art. Julius, 947 00:59:40.119 --> 00:59:44.639 that is a great idea and we will do a show like that. 948 00:59:44.719 --> 00:59:47.960 I've done that fast and so producer, Jimmy, maybe you and I could 949 00:59:49.039 --> 00:59:52.800 collaborate and we could have people submit their show artwork before and I could bring 950 00:59:52.840 --> 00:59:57.320 it up on screen and we can critique it and yeah, that'd be funny. 951 00:59:57.320 --> 00:59:59.679 I'd be great. Let's do that. Sounds Fun, sounds like a 952 00:59:59.719 --> 01:00:01.800 good on. All right. Well, guys, I really appreciate your producer, 953 01:00:01.880 --> 01:00:07.400 Jimmy so much for jumping in and being willing to having me hang out 954 01:00:07.440 --> 01:00:08.320 with me for a few minutes. It's been a lot of fun. This 955 01:00:08.440 --> 01:00:14.119 is fun. I love you and I love do it. It mean let's 956 01:00:14.159 --> 01:00:19.159 fans a lot of fun. Man, Guy's ridiculous. Yeah, I'm afraid 957 01:00:19.199 --> 01:00:22.039 the more I loosen up, the the worst is show's gonna get. But 958 01:00:22.119 --> 01:00:24.480 we'll see. And there's my three year old, my three year old high 959 01:00:24.840 --> 01:00:29.239 or my good look at yeah, my three year old or my dog. 960 01:00:29.320 --> 01:00:31.280 Somebody's going to be on this show. Will producer Jimmy appreciate it so much? 961 01:00:31.280 --> 01:00:35.760 I'm going to close this thing out and we'll catch it in another clubhouse 962 01:00:35.880 --> 01:00:38.159 room and all the links for you will be in the show notes. So 963 01:00:38.320 --> 01:00:43.079 people go check her out and connect with her. A great resource and if 964 01:00:43.119 --> 01:00:45.400 you just want to talk to her. Check her out on owl. I'm 965 01:00:45.400 --> 01:00:47.559 going to be talking about that APP later on, but that's a really cool 966 01:00:47.599 --> 01:00:51.559 APP and she's on there, so anyway, we'll talk. I forgot all 967 01:00:51.559 --> 01:00:52.360 about that one too. I forget, you know yet. You guys, 968 01:00:52.360 --> 01:00:54.400 so much stuff going on, but we'll put it all on the show. 969 01:00:54.480 --> 01:00:59.119 Notes Cool. Thank you, producing Jimmy. Thank you, Billy. It's 970 01:00:59.119 --> 01:01:02.480 been a pleasure as always. Absolutely will see you next time. All right, 971 01:01:02.519 --> 01:01:06.960 everybody, and that is it. That is the creating daily show for 972 01:01:07.079 --> 01:01:10.440 today. Join US tomorrow at two PM. I get a I'm trying to 973 01:01:12.239 --> 01:01:15.000 figure out. I'm trying to remember who's going to be on the show, 974 01:01:15.119 --> 01:01:15.760 what the show is going to be about. I'm have too much fun. 975 01:01:15.800 --> 01:01:19.760 You'll see it. I'm going to schedule it later today for tomorrow, but 976 01:01:19.880 --> 01:01:22.320 can be two PM Eastern. No, no, not tomorrow. Monday. 977 01:01:22.400 --> 01:01:25.199 Monday, Monday, Monday, Monday. Come back. It's money Monday, 978 01:01:25.400 --> 01:01:29.239 and I'm going to be sharing about how can you create your own product? 979 01:01:29.239 --> 01:01:31.159 That's what it is. Sorry, tomorrow, Saturday. See, I meant 980 01:01:31.159 --> 01:01:35.440 to know what day is. Money Monday. How to create your own customer 981 01:01:35.440 --> 01:01:37.679 apparel, make some money for your podcast, for your creative journey. I'm 982 01:01:37.719 --> 01:01:40.119 going to be breaking it all down. I spend about a decade in that 983 01:01:40.239 --> 01:01:45.360 industry and I'm going to share with you how you can do that with spending 984 01:01:45.400 --> 01:01:47.679 a little to no money out of your pocket. But if you do want 985 01:01:47.679 --> 01:01:51.440 to spend some money out of your pocket, then buy me a coffee right 986 01:01:51.519 --> 01:01:52.960 there. I think the widget works. That's why I'm putting it on here 987 01:01:53.000 --> 01:01:55.639 to test it, to tell somebody else about it. But that's a little 988 01:01:55.639 --> 01:02:00.480 widget. You can buy me a coffee over, buy me coffeecom Billy Thorpe. 989 01:02:00.760 --> 01:02:04.360 All right, we'll see you guys Monday too, BM eastern time. 990 01:02:04.599 --> 01:02:07.360 We're going to be talking all the things about how to get your custom apparel 991 01:02:07.920 --> 01:02:09.360 out in the world. All Right, see you