- 1How to produce a high-quality sounding show
- 2Jay's strategy for landing big-name guests
- 3Creating a thoughtful narrative arch
- 4How to hire assistants who can help
- 5How to do it all with a small team or tight budget
There are a lot of great courses out there about starting and launching a podcast. There are probably courses out there that do a great job of teaching you how to get sponsorship or how to market your show.
This course is built specifically for people who want to produce a high-quality, professional-sounding show with a very small team and/or a tight budget.
Who this course is for
✅ This course is built specifically for people who want to produce a high-quality, professional-sounding show with a very small team and/or a tight budget.
✅ This course will teach you everything you need to know to start, launch, and even market your podcast.
❌ This course will not teach you audio engineering. But it will teach you how to hire an engineer!
Jay helps people become professional creators. He is the founder of Creative Companion and the host of Creative Elements, a narrative-interview podcast exploring how today’s top creators make a living with their art and creativity. He previously led the Community Experience team for Pat Flynn and Smart Passive Income, designing their paid membership community and cohort-based course programs.