What does knowing what you want your podcast to look like have to do with hiring the right podcast editor?
Well, arguably, we're going to tackle a pretty broad topic today, and not every bit of it will apply. But I'm going to ask you to allow yourself the opportunity to expand your perspective a bit, because we're going to dig into that perfect magic wand future that we talked about in the last episode, and start to identify what's standing in our way.
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