Debrief Trailer

Debrief Trailer
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Are you mind-locked or mind-unlocked? Ep2 - Walk The Talk Teacher Podcast

In Episode 2 of the Walk The Talk Teacher podcast, I talked about Digital Self-Reliance (DSR). I initially only released this episode exclusively on YouTube to grow my audience there. In the debrief, I will take you behind the scenes of everything a Digitally Self-Reliant (DSR) individual deals with. I will be analyzing graphs like this and sharing what insights I drive from them.

Ep 2 Youtube Audience Retention Graph. I will be breaking graphs like this down.

Still on the fence about Digital Self-Reliance? Wondering what a Digital Self-Reliant individual is or can do? Let me help you by asking you a question.

How many people do you think are usually needed to get a podcast show off the ground? 1? 2? 3? How much do you think they would cost you?

If you don't already know, let me tell you what I found out.

Usually, to get a podcast show off the ground, depending on what the show is about, if you are not digitally self-reliant, in πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ you might find yourself needing services that can cost you a total of about $165/hr or $343,200/year.

I got to that total cost by aggregating salary information from ZipRecruiter and the roles on a podcast team from this company that specializes in "done-for-you" services for podcasters. This company's services range from what they call the "Express Podcast Launch Service" (you pay them a one-time fee of $199 and they guarantee to launch your podcast with a 30-day money-back guarantee) to what they call the "Done-For-You Editing Services" ($19/month - $499/month).

In any case, as a digitally self-reliant individual who can efficiently and strategically command cutting edge-technology, I can wear all of those hats and get a project like this done all by myself, saving myself money until it becomes too successful and unmanageable. But until then, I am just chilling, like a boss.

If interested in how I got to that $165/hr cost, here you go. Depending on which podcast show you want to produce, you are, most likely, to need services of:

Summing the cost of the services will get you to $165/hr. And by the way, I committed some roles that I've never needed from the original master list of roles you might need for your podcast team.

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