Going on walkabout

Before we begin, there’s a banner on the desktop version of the Podcode site that points to the DEC in the UK, who coordinate fundraising for disaster relief. Please consider donating to an organisation near you that’s providing aid to Ukraine. They could use a hand right now. Here’s where I’ll be donating.

I’m feeling called to something important. Something that will help people who don’t yet know what they’re capable of, or how much impact they can have.

That might seem a bit vague and formless for now, and those who’ve been with this newsletter for a while have seen a lot of change.

This is my way of saying that I’m going to take a break from regular newslettering for a while, as I explore some new possibilities of who, and how, Podcode can help.

It’s all good, positive stuff. I’m hugely excited by where this headwind is taking me, and if you ask me nicely I might even show you privately what I’m working on. 🙂

But for now I’ve lots of questions to ask of people who know way more than I do. I’ll figure out a way of sharing the interesting things I find, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, if you want to work with me, here’s where I can help:

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    If you want a half-hour session for free that'll go out as a podcast, you can book one of those instead!
  • 🔧
    For a comprehensive look at your podcast's performance, you can book a podcast audit.

This week in Podcode

  • 👩‍🎤 Next week I'll be putting live a course on using your voice, as part of Podcode+. It's delivered by a professional, award-winning voice actor. So, sign up now and you'll get a ping when it's ready.
  • If you need some advice, or your podcast needs a check-up, you can book a session in the Podcode Clinic.

Thanks as ever for travelling along with me. I’m excited to share what’s coming up.

Soon.

Look after yourself.
-Mx