Episode 300: 7 Unintended Benefits of Being a Podcaster and Cookbook Author

Episode 300: 7 Unintended Benefits of Being a Podcaster and Cookbook Author

Hello, and welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today is our 300th episode! In preparation for this, I listened to Episode 263 when I celebrated the end of my 5th year of podcasting last September. I talked a lot about the ROI and the tangible benefits of having a podcast, from the people I’ve met to the books I’ve been exposed to and received in the mail to the new students who have entered my programs. These are all amazing external benefits and I fully expect these to grow over time. For today’s podcast, I reflect on something called strategic byproducts when we commit to the long-haul of projects, like a podcast or writing books, and the use of a tool called 7 Layers Deep to help you define your why if you want to write a book or start a podcast of your own.

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Things We Mention In This Episode:

Cookbook Love Podcast Episode 263 The ROI of Cookbook Love Podcast

7 Levels Deep

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