My Video and Podcast Production System

I heard Seth Godin talk about how he was able to maintain his one blog post a day routing. He described a very simple system. He keeps a folder on his computer of very short articles on every idea that occurs to him and he never runs out of things to publish. I have another friend who writes one blog post a week and while his posts tend to be longer than Seth Godin's, the system he's developed is pretty similar. He keeps a list of topic ideas and a simple folder system to keep track of his writing and any corresponding items so that when it's time to publish, he's ready to go.

I'm working on this week's interview podcast episode and am going through the editing. I remember my early days in podcasting when I would dread the editing process because it was so tedious and took so long, but over time I've come to enjoy it. It also doesn't take nearly as long because I've done it enough to evolve a good system for the task.

In this Coffee Break, I've got some insights into how I make both my long and short episodes and I have some encouragement for those of you who are just getting started with developing content for your projects, products, and businesses. It's taken a while for me to get completely comfortable and satisfied with my own production process, but it's been worth putting the time into. I can get satisfactory results quickly and have plenty of time left over for the other activities of my day.

If you're looking for better ways to produce and distribute your creative content online, I'd love to help. I've worked with many clients on things like starting blogs, podcasts, YouTube channels, and more. Get in touch to find out more.

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