For the past two years, I have been thinking about solutions to a specific problem: Making episodes of Getting Work To Work more searchable and discoverable. It took me two years and a realization that I would probably have to do something drastic. Translation: a ton of work. Two weeks ago, I couldn’t get the idea of creating a dedicated site for Getting Work To Work out of my mind. I decided to move all of the show content from a subsection of my production company website to a dedicated site for the podcast. Not only was it a massive data migration project that had issues along the way, but it was also a huge learning opportunity. I saw firsthand how much has changed over 446 episodes. I also had a few epiphanies on how I can move forward. In this episode, I’m going to share what I learned through this exploration and how you can explore your body of work for growth opportunities.

5 things I learned in exploring the evolution of GWTW:

  1. The show is a time capsule of my life.
  2. My process has evolved and streamlined over time.
  3. Tools have changed.
  4. My vocal delivery has improved.
  5. Broken media links for the first 59 episodes.

The main question I’m asking myself is: Where do I go from here?

Show Links