Episode 4

7 Things I've Learned in Podcasting

Podcasting is a great way to connect with your audience and get your voice out there. It offers a way to create content that can be shared with others on a daily basis. You can get into the minds of your listeners, share stories, or even just provide entertainment. Podcasts are growing in popularity, and many people are finding success in this format. Today I want to share with you seven things that I've learned from podcasting that will not just help you become a better podcaster but will help you when you think about different aspects of your life-from embracing failure to being okay with incremental growth, this episode is chocked full of value, so start listening in.

Highlights From The Episode:

[2:35] First one, embrace failure.

[9:39] Number three is to forgive yourself quickly.

[14:28]Number four, you have to be okay and be content with incremental growth.

[18:20] Number five is that people are generous.

[22:00] Number six is real people and real stories make the best content.

[26:48] Number seven, you have to be consistent with your frequency

Notable quotes:

● As you go down the journey of podcasting, there are many unexpected things and a lot of things that you will encounter for the first time because the things are new to you.

● Failure is the first attempt in learning. There is no possible way that everything in your life will be without some measure of failure.

● Podcasters wait too long to bring people into the story. We have to understand that this is an exchange. So, we have to bring people in as quickly as possible.

● When you take a class and read more books around your specific topic, you will add value to your audience.

● People don't care until you give them a reason to care. You can only give them a reason to care is to solve their problem and be consistent with the content and what you are trying to offer them.

● Podcasting and live streaming are long-term games. The more you can settle your mind, the better off you will be.

● Building an audience, a following, and a community requires consistency.


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Steve Worthy

Steve Worthy is a seasoned business leader with over 25 years of executive retail leadership experience. His career is focused on assisting podcasters and leaders to find their unique voice and understand how to fit within their culture to advance their podcasts and career.

Steve is also a podcasting veteran; he began in 2007 with By Husbands For Husbands, a podcast and business focused on helping entrepreneurial husbands succeed professionally and personally by balancing work and family.

Currently, as an entrepreneur, with Worthy Retail U, Steve assists Retail Leaders in growing/honing their skills to maximize their career Journey. Second as CEO/Coach of Podcasters LIVE where the world of podcasting and live-streaming converge to help creators increase their discoverability, grow their community and influence, to monetize their brand. He also host two podcast:
Podcasters lIve is where the world of podcasting and live-streaming converge to help creators increase their discoverability, grow their community and influence, to monetize their brand

His current podcasts are:
RETAIL LEADERSHIP with Steve Worthy is a podcast dedicated to helping retail leaders improve their communication, grow their leadership to advance their careers.
PODCASTERS LIVE!!! is a YouTube Channel and Podcast founded and hosted by Steve. Through our weekly Livestream, he features podcasters and other podcast industry experts.