I’m proud of the first 5 podcasts.
I wasted several years giving myself reasons why I couldn’t s
When I first started to commit to doing an interview show, I filled with energy- the kind that motivates you to get something started.
I did all of the easy things first. Scheduled a guest, got out my old Yeti microphone, cleared some space on my hard drive, and even went out to buy a camera.
But then things got complicated. I didn’t have enough storage space, the room I was going to use had too much echo, my camera had an unknown 30 minute time limit for recording video…
Slowly my motivation waned, and then frustration started to grow. I hit a point where the harder I worked the more things I had to
Once you have something created, now you can start editing and improving… but you are already living your dream. Now, you need to create the habits that keep that dream going. You can’t rely on motivation, because motivation is an emotion and it will wane when things it tough or confusing, or you have to take 5 steps backwards.
If you can get comfortable being a novice, than you can learn to master a skill.
Thanks for checking these out as I got started. With the lessons from the first five interviews, I made some serious studio upgrades- and things are about to get really good.
Below are the tiny steps I took to get better. You can hear the audio get cleaner, see the lighting get softer, and hopefully the editing better.
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