MBP #35 – Lessons Learned from 100+ Podcast Episodes, with Rob Berger
Rob Berger founded Dough Roller many years ago but has only been podcasting since November 2013. Despite how relatively “new” it is, he’s been prolific… releasing over a hundred episodes (including one each and every day in January). I thought he’d been podcasting for years, based on his episode count, and in terms of lessons learned, he has been doing this for a long time.
We talk about what prompted him to start a podcast, the benefits of recording and publishing a podcast, as well as lessons learned from doing over a hundred episodes… a feat very few have accomplished, including myself!
If you’ve been on the fence about it, Rob’s experiences just might push you over.
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