7 Secrets For Starting A Successful Podcast Production Company

Want to start your own podcast production company? Here are 7 tips you should know.

We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a podcast production company:

#1: Jeremy Enns, founder of Counterweight Creative:

We chatted with with Jeremy, founder of Counterweight Creative ($20K/month). In our interview, Jeremy says:

I went home that night, started a profile on UpWork, got my first client three days later, and within six months had quit my landscaping job and was working for myself full time as a podcast producer.

Additionally:

When it comes to getting started, I’m a big believer in moving slowly but intentionally. One of the most common mistakes I see is people quitting their stable jobs and going all-in on an idea that they’re excited about but is unproven.

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#2: David B Wolf, founder of Audivita Studios:

We chatted with with David, founder of Audivita Studios ($30K/month). In our interview, David says:

Remember that capital is a fluid concept, not static. Moving money through your company will help maintain its financial and operational health, just as blood moves through your body does this to sustain life.

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#3: Jeremy Enns, founder of Counterweight Creative:

We chatted with with Jeremy, founder of Counterweight Creative ($20K/month). In our interview, Jeremy says:

Playing the short game leads to bad decisions, jumping from strategy to strategy when we don’t see results as quickly as we’d like, even though it would have worked if we’d given it enough time.

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#4: Jake Jorgovan, founder of Content Allies:

We chatted with with Jake, founder of Content Allies ($75K/month). In our interview, Jake says:

Get the right people on the boat, and the wrong people off. Whenever I have had the wrong people on the team, they were toxic and hurt the potential of the business.

Additionally:

You are in for a hell of a ride, find your niche. Do one thing, and do it well.

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#5: Jeremy Enns, founder of Counterweight Creative:

We chatted with with Jeremy, founder of Counterweight Creative ($20K/month). In our interview, Jeremy says:

If you don’t have someone filling that accountability role for you right now, it’s definitely worth looking into getting someone reliable in your corner to keep you in line and push you forward.

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