The Podcast Editors Master Plan for 2021 Part 2— PEM019

Create your dream podcast editing business serving podcasters and make money in 2021

Part 2 of setting goals for your audio podcast editing business. What do you truly want to achieve with your career as an editor? How will you take a side-hustle to a full-time job? Or do you even want to? Are you ready to scale-up your freelancing operation? Whatever your goals, you're going to need a plan. The time is NOW to create it!

Daniel, Bryan, and Jennifer take stock, talk about dreams and pet peeves. They begin setting quarterly goals thinking about the action steps behind them.

Note from this Yeti: In this series, we may not work on budgets publically, but we do encourage you to both review the 2020 fiscal year and use that to make a plan and model scenarios based on your goals and timelines in 2021. It doesn't have to be complicated and can be done with a simple Google Sheet.

Grab the Podcast Editors Master Plan here FREE to work alongside us as we review our past year in business.    

Thank you for sharing your time with us in the past year! Here’s to an amazing 2021 for all podcast editors!!!

Appearing in this episode:

Daniel Abendroth: | @rothmedia_audio

Jennifer Longworth: | @KYPodcasting

Bryan Entzminger: | @toptieraudio

About the author, Carrie

Carrie Caulfield Arick is the founder of YaYa Podcasting where she helps brands on any side of the mic create uncommonly good sound. She’s also the host of Just Podcasting and a co-founder of the female podcast editors community, Just Busters. Carrie is also a Stony Brook University Audio Podcast Fellow (2020-2021). She lives in a quirky town on the Delaware coast with her husband, son and too many talkative cats.

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