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Why Start A Podcast in 2020 With Dylan Welch | Ep.31

Filip Stankovski February 23, 2020


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Modern media comes in all forms, you name it, Facebook, Instagram, TV, Radio etc. The media market has a new member that has a well-deserved place as a standalone medium. Podcasting has become a growing trend in marketing and media for the last few years and there is a good reason for it.

Dylan Welch is the newest guest on our podcast. He’s here to give us great insights on podcasting based on his years of experience in working with major media companies like ABC, NBC, CBS, CW, FOX, Amazon Prime, Roku, Apple, Google, and Spotify. Most of Dylan’s past experience is in producing over 1,000 television shows.

Dylan took advantage of his hard working years, collected his knowledge and invested into Dylan Welch Media, his own company.Now, Dylan provides end-to-end marketing, branding, video, media production, and distribution services for San Diego businesses so that they can reach a national and international level.

If you don’t have any idea how to run your podcast successfully, scroll down.

Remotrepreneur’s Insights:

  • Breakdown of Today’s Media – Dylan breaks down different forms of media people can use for marketing their podcast.
  • Why Podcasting Became a Trending Media – Dylan gives his thoughts on why he shifted towards podcasting
  • Tips on Running a Successful Podcast – Dylan gives us advice on how to market and run your podcast

“The media world in general is constantly changing. Look at how the Internet has completely revolutionized things. Right now, we’re talking at the opposite sides of the world and people any time anywhere can listen to this. It’s really mind-blowing.”

Key Podcast Milestone:

02:17 – How Freddy dealt with bad habits
05:46 – Freddy’s thoughts on will power
09:44 – Tips for people having trouble going asleep earlier
11:56 – Freddy’s go-to app for managing his bad habits
23:39 – How did Freddy use his dog’s diet discipline as a way of creating good habits
30:26 – Freddy talks about apps to track your screen time and how much time you spend a day on apps
37:16 – How did tracking change Freddy’s life
40:10 – Freddy’s advice on taking the first step to change your habits
42:51 – Tips on getting up in the morning
50:32 – How is Freddy using his time to build

Top Key Quotes

“Will power is BS in general. It ranges from doesn’t work at all to kinda works.”

“I think the strategy beyond having tracking and having a coach is really good isn’t getting rid of all the bad urges, to eat the cookie, to drink, to stay up late, is to find ways to make where it’s not even an option anymore

“My dog had a 100% chance of going through his diet because that’s all he had. I make it for myself so that I can’t fail”

“Adding friction to bad habits and adding rewards to good habits.”

Enjoy your vices. Vices are meant to be enjoyed in moderation.”

 

Resources:

https://dylanwelch.com/

Tim Ferriss Show

People:

Dylan Welch 

Connect on social:

IG: @remotepreneurs

 

Don’t forget to get even more great episodes and resources to help you break out of the Matrix and grow your own remote empire at the Remotepreneurs website.

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Filip Stankovski

I'm a top rated sales freelancer on Upwork and Level 2 Seller on Fiverr. I believe that the new entrepreneurs are remotepreneurs and the purpose of the podcast is to teach people how to adjust to the new future of doing business - REMOTELY!

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