So Season 1 is officially over as soon as I
- record my season wrap-up episode and
- untangle some horrible audio issues on Episode 7 and get that made live (Hang on, Tracy…)
By shortening the first season, I get to re-tool my whole process and rethink the experience for my guests.
I set out to create marketable pieces that local businesses could use on their own channels, but I didn’t think through how I was going to help them do that, so I’ll do better in Season 2.
For the wrap-up episode, I’m going to break down the process of making Season 1, including where I went wrong, what was awesome, things I learned and how I’m making it better.
I have a cunning plan…