A few years ago, I was a complete beginner, utterly oblivious to the world of podcasting. Today, after an enriching journey of over 1700 shows, I have come full circle. This episode invites you on this thrilling voyage, highlighting the ups and downs that come with podcasting. I emphasize the pivotal role a mentor plays in launching a podcast, and how their wisdom can help navigate obstacles. We delve into the daunting task of scaling a daily podcast, which involves sourcing nearly 30 guests each month and implementing efficient systems.
Podcasting isn’t solely about content; it’s equally about the quality of your audio and visuals. We thoroughly explore the equipment we’ve utilized, from the remarkable capabilities of a standard cell phone to selecting the optimal microphone and camera that offer both affordability and high-quality output. In a special segment, joined by Brian Pickerel, the mastermind behind our productions, we discuss our adopted strategies and the true value of podcasting.
As we navigate through the podcasting journey, we discuss the significance of understanding your audience and crafting content that truly speaks to them. We reflect on the invaluable lessons learned from launching a podcast, such as the need for a dedicated team, the benefits of a daily show, and the art of choosing the right guests. We conclude by discussing how networking opportunities and cross-collaboration can be harnessed to captivate and engage a broader audience. So, strap in and accompany me as I recount the peaks and valleys of my podcasting journey. Who knows, you might even find the inspiration to embark on your own podcasting adventure!
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About Whitney Sewell
Founder of Life Bridge Capital LLC, Whitney began his real estate investing career in 2009. Whitney’s passion is working with investors, helping them secure financial security via the exceptional opportunities that multifamily syndication offers. Whitney hosts The Real Estate Syndication Show, a daily podcast where he has now interviewed over 1300 experts providing cutting-edge tools and strategies of the syndication business.
Whitney and his wife Chelsea are on a mission to help other families through the process of adoption. They have personally endured the financial burdens that the process puts on families and have committed 50% of their profits to this goal, through his non-profit, Omnah Foundation. Whitney and Chelsea have three children by adoption.
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