How to Tell If You Aren’t Podcasting Enough

I've had A LOT of great things happen the past few weeks.  I've been interviewed on the virtual assistant podcast, and I have two other podcast interviews coming up.  I'm also developing a couple of products, the first product is an ebook that will complement the “31 Days to Becoming Your Own CEO” course that's currently going on now, and some video training products that will show you just how easy and inexpensive it is to set up your own online business using WordPress.

Reality check

With all this going on, time is quickly becoming scarce.  As of now, I still have a full-time job, family, and 5 virtual assistants working for me.  That being the case, every day is a bit of a juggling act, but I love it.  However, as a result it's been a little tough to produce my podcasts.  I've been striving to release at a minimum 1 podcast per two weeks, but yesterday I got a DM on Twitter that said the following:

Are you still doing your podcast?”

Wow, if that's not the clearest way of letting you know that you aren't producing as much content as you should be I don't know what is.  Yes, I am still producing a podcast and won't stop doing so for a long time.  But I definitely believe that this message is a good catalyst for me to up my game.

What I need from you…

One of the things that motivates me more than anything are questions.  That being the case, please send me an email or call me at 714-643-5301 and leave me some business or virtual assistant questions that you'd like me to answer.  After all, I don't podcast just because I like to hear myself talk (personally, I dislike my voice), but to save you time, money, and frustration by helping you to avoid mistakes I've made and leverage the successes that I've had.

So, please, let me know your thoughts and questions and I'll start pumping out more content.  Deal? =)


  • Angela H.

    November 8, 2010

    I will definately keep you motivated to stay on your podcasts and will DM you with some questions as they come to me. I enjoy listening to your podcast because you talk about the steps that you are taking along the way, and you have offered some really great insight and inspiration. Some podcasters seem surreal, and although they have good content, it doesn't make you feel as though you ( the listener) can relate on a personal level with them. I don't get that from your podcast. Keep up the good work! And look forward to your podcast episodes.

    • Dean Soto

      November 8, 2010

      Haha, Thanks Angela! I really appreciate it and I'm glad it's valuable. I always have this feeling like I need to sound like a super-rich and successful entrepreneur (which I am not even close, haha) in order to deliver quality stuff, so It's nice to know I'm doing the right thing!

      Can't wait to hear your questions! =) Hopefully I can help out in some way! =)