Today I talk with Marc Guberti, author, podcaster, and all-around online media guru. We talk about how he got into writing books, doing podcasts and YouTube -- all while going to college. He has published over 27 books and hosts 3 podcasts. In fact, he starting podcasting before he went to college and he just recently graduated with a finance degree even though he’s known for marketing.
Marc tells us how he cranks out 7 episodes a week for his podcasts and why if he wants to know anything about marketing, he’ll just interview someone. He breaks down his daily routine to stay so productive. We talk about why he feels now is the time to start creating. He also gives us some insights into how he actually comes up with all the content.
If you ever wanted to write a book, do a podcast, or get on YouTube, then you need to listen to Marc’s advice. He’s at the vanguard of all this and the one thing that I find the most interesting is his virtual summits, which in today’s world, is even more important.
Now, let’s get better, together.
Actions to Try or Advice to Take
- Take a look at what’s popular for you and dive deeper into the topic.
- Look at older content and refresh it with new information or a different take on what you learned.
- Set standards for yourself and then try and figure out how to get better, incrementally. Be better than who you were yesterday.
- Virtual summits take the Joint Venture idea and combine the podcast medium so that attendees then get something out of it.
- Discipline is the key to entrepreneurial success.
- This is my standard now how do I rise about that. Always Upleveling Yourself.
- If I was to start from scratch, I’d do podcasting because it’s a quick way to go to meet interesting people and get more speaking gigs.
- There are few things that are truly better than podcasting to get to know someone and build a relationship with them. Business is all about relationships.
- Want to start out in content creation? Go create content. Lots and lots of content.
- Marc tried to run at least an hour a day sometimes two hours.