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Even though the podcast will be on break with new episodes over the next two weeks, there is plenty of work going on.
As loyal listeners and members of the community, I want to keep you in the loop. I also want to give you an opportunity to shape this new season.
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Bigger & Better Couple Money Podcast
My goal is to provide an informative podcast that motivates and excites you about improving your finances as a married couple.
Two areas where I want to improve are:
- how the podcast is presented to new listeners
- how polished the episodes are (on both the production and content sides)
New Podcast Cover
While I like how this current design got the gist of this podcast – it’s about helping couples work together on the money and marriage, I want to a podcast that captures a little bit of the how.
I have several ideas, but nothing that I’m jumping at.
If it turns out like last time, I won’t finalize the picture until the episodes come out again.
So if you have any ideas, go ahead and send them in. You can sketch it out and send a pic through email, twitter, or Facebook.
If I use your idea, you will get a hat tip from me on the show.
This podcast is fun for me because as the tag line says, we looking at building up your marriage and growing your net worth.
It sounds like it would be limited, but there is so much you can dig into.
Some topics, like how to pay off debt faster may be more objectively based where we compare and examine pros and cons while others may consider the psychology behind certain behaviors like whether or not you should loan to family.
I truly like both and don’t want want to pick one. So the next season will continue to be a mix of both.
After doing 80 episodes that there isn’t a set format that would work. But I’m working on developing a framework that would help me structure the show.
That will save me a tremendous amount of time and I can direct that more on the content I produce.
It would also keep expenses manageable with the podcast.
With this next season, this podcast will continue to be available free. I’ll share some ideas I have on finances that doesn’t involve cheesy and unremarkable 15, 30 second ads in the newsletter next week, so if you haven’t signed up, go ahead now.
My question for you is the follow-up episodes. Do you enjoy them? Should they be tied directly to the weekly show? Or should I skip them?
Your opinion absolutely matters, so please feel free to reach out to me with your ideas, suggestions, and feedback.
Coming Back August 4th!
I hope to hear from you soon. If not though, please take care and be ready August 4!