Burnout is something that happens to every podcaster. But how do you mitigate it? Tune in to find out how.
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How does burnout relate to podcasting
Well burnout is something that every podcaster will face.
So here are a few strategies to avoid that from happening.
- Build in breaks (seasons, scale back to 2 episodes a month instead of 4. Add episodes that require less work. Replay a favorite episode from time to time.)
- Hire someone to do the most time consuming tasks. Or the tasks that you can do, but hate doing.
- Plan a vacay. Have you ever noticed how much work you can get done the week before a vacation? The vacation will give you a chance to refocus rekindle the fire you had for the podcast
- Make a small change. Listen to feedback from the audience to decide what to do. Or just do something your gut is telling you to do. But making a small change to your podcast by adding a new segment, interviewing new people, planning a live show etc.
- Don’t start. This is a hard truth. And a little counter intuitive coming from someone who gets paid to produce podcasts. But we have enough noise in the market. And it really doesn’t make sense to start a podcast if you’re not going to be passionate about it. That’s a waste of your time and a waste of your listeners time. I think Derek Sivers says it best. “It’s either Hell Yes or No.”
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