Creating A Biweekly Podcast Schedule to Avoid Burnout

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Why I’ve decided to slow down my podcast production and create biweekly episodes to avoid burnout.

When I rebranded the podcast, I was ready for business to boom, my podcast to skyrocket, and my content to be off the chain. Instead, I got caught up in vanity metrics and forgot to take my own advice (whoops!).

Our businesses are always changing, because our lives as real-life humans are always changing, right? The past few months I was rebranding the podcast with the message that we can create awesome content and connect to our clients by doing LESS. Then… I started to feel the stress building up, and it started to feel like I was on a hamster wheel, constantly busy and struggling to find time for other important activities like pitching to be on other shows and creating more of the content I love…

Because I wasn’t taking my own advice and I was doing TOO MUCH!

I want to walk the talk of being intentional and not feeling the pressure to be everywhere. I want to align my content creation with my message of making meaningful connections.

So I’m switching it up! I have made the decision to go back to biweekly episodes, and the relief I feel is like a big ol’ wave of calm. For me, it’s not about being the biggest podcast out there, but rather making a real impact, connecting with amazing people, and sharing information I love and am passionate about.

So, here’s a friendly reminder, if you feel like you’re being pulled in all directions. Take a moment to breathe and rethink your approach to your business. Chances are when you make the right choice it’s going to feel like a big, giant exhale.

Keep tuning in for more inspiring episodes, expert interviews, and magical marketing strategies to help you level up in your content creation game. If you haven’t already, make sure to subscribe to Big Fun Content on your favorite podcast platform. Or hit me up on the ‘Gram!

In this episode, I talk about:

  • The traps of vanity metrics and mixed messaging
  • Scaling back and prioritizing the good stuff
  • Taking my own advice, taking a step back, and taking a big breath

Are you ready to do less and feel better?

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