In this episode Doug and Kimberly discuss:  

  • Knowing what you want to get from your podcast.  
  • The importance of flexibility in podcasting and business.  
  • Wins and mistakes in the startup phase of a podcast. 

  

Key Takeaways:  

  • Sometimes you have to kill your darlings – that means sometimes scrapping work you love as it may not be relevant, useful, or related to what you are doing anymore. 
  • Be organized and prepared ahead of time – things will come up that are outside of your control and it will make things less stressful. 
  • There is more to podcasting than just recording the audio. 

  

“Figure out what you want your purpose to be. And that will help you figure out the process for creating your podcast. ” — Kimberly Weitkamp 

  

Connect with Kimberly Weitkamp:   

Website: TheAudienceConverter.com 

Show: The Audience Converter Podcast 

Email: Kimberly@TheAudienceConverter.com 

Twitter: @audienceconvert 

Facebook: The Audience Converter 

LinkedIn: Kimberly Weitkamp 

 

Connect with Doug Sandler:    

Twitter: djdoug   

Facebook: dj.doug.sandler   

Website: turnkeypodcast.com/   

Email: doug@turnkeypodcast.com    

Phone: (410) 340-6861  

Instagram: turnkeypodcast/ 

LinkedIn: doug-sandler-1a346649/ 

  

  

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