029 How to Podcast like a Pro and Never spend time Editing

Leslie Samuel Podcasts 10 Comments

I love podcasting. Why? Well, there are a number of reasons. So when Paul, from AnxietyGuru.net, called in and asked me about my podcast, I was excited to record a full episode to deal with his question.

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How to Podcast like a Pro and Never spend time Editing

His question was this: How do I do my podcast so that I never have to spend time editing? He runs a podcast of his own and wanted some tips as to how he can do it better, and faster.

Seeing that I’m very much into podcasting, I decided to really get into his question. In this episode, I talk about:

  • Why I got into podcasting in the first place
  • What podcasting has done for me
  • The Equipment I use to make the process easier
  • The one program that you need if you want to podcast effectively, without editing
  • Three tips that will make your podcast Awesome!

Resources for this episode

The stuff I use

Other equipment/software I mentioned

Podcasts I listen to


Video of me playing the piano on National TV

Video of my wife singing on National TV

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  1. Leslie those videos touched me spiritually.
    Your wife and you are tremendiously blessed.
    I didn’t realise you both are Born Again Christians.
    I am a Pastor of a very small church in East Belfast. The Bronx Part
    My Congregation amounts to 25-30 All 60–80 year old’s
    I myself am 66. I purchased two domains. Trust Lois after my grandaughter and Relentless Motivator.. No web sites built for them yet. I am trying my best to generate some extra money for my church
    I thought an Online Business might be the answer?? Can you instruct me? I pray so… Thank you for the blessing
    Pastor Laurence…

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      Hi Pastor Laurence. Glad to know you were touched by the video. That’s just awesome.

      In terms of an Online Business, that’s definitely an option. I don’t want to let you think that it would be a very easy thing to do. It is a challenge, but that’s what I love about it, and that’s what I usually talk about in my podcast.

      In terms of instruction, my recommendation would be to go through my 7 day bootcamp, if you haven’t done so already. And then listen to the podcast on a regular basis. I try to be as open as possible and give as much info as I can on my podcast.

      Hope that helps!

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  2. I have a podcast as well. A ton of your suggestions are quite expensive and it kinda brings me down, just a tad. However, Audacity is a wonderful tool that I use on a daily basis and I’m learning a lot from the podcasts. As in how to structure it (on a blog post) so people actually listen.

    Thank you!

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      Hi Jonathan, thanks for the comment. Glad to see that you are running your own podcast. Audacity is definitely a great tool. And it’s FREE, so that’s always a plus. I’m not 100% sure what you mean when you say that it kind brings you down though. What brings you down, and in what way?

      All the best!

  3. Hey Leslie,

    I discovered your podcast no too long ago and I am listening to all of them, one per day. Great jog.

    I loved this podcast about pod-casting. I started blogging only two month ago, but sometime in the future, probably after I get my blog going with an audience, I will get into pod casting. I will put your information in a safe place and come back to it soon enough.

    For the moment, I want to let you know that your information is golden. Thank you so much.

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      Hi Alain,

      So great to hear that you are enjoying the podcasts. That’s awesome. Congrats on starting your blog. There’s so much you can do with a blog today.

      Stay tuned for many more podcast episodes 🙂

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