Hello Innovators, Polymaths, and Entrepreneurs!
This is a micro episode on how the interviews work for The Polymath PolyCast.
Someone asked me how the operations go for the show, and I wanted to address this for everyone! I thought it would be useful to understand the process I go through for each episode of the interviews.
It is a weekly release schedule, with a little bit of sprints at the beginning/end of seasons. Still not sure at the time of this recording how I want to approach the end of this first season!
Since I started doing interviews, things have gotten more streamlined and optimized. I created more of a system, and even a PolyCast Guest CRM.
Since this is the first season with all three series showing up (not counting the rare regular polycast). Those being the Fireside Micro-PolyCast (like this episode), The interviews, and the OmniContent (my main series).
It took a moment to get into a rythym of how they all flow together.
Meaning by the end of this season there will be about 20 interviews released.
By my calculations there will be about 10 interviews released per season. I know that seems like a little, but I don't have any plans of taking a long break between seasons, if any for the 3rd upcoming one. Not to mention I still may do a little sprint the first week.
Anyways let me know if you have any questions!
The Polymath PolyCast with Dustin Miller
This show is for the polymathic, the entrepreneurial, the multipotentialites, and the Innovators!
Now on Season 4!
PolyInnovator (The overarching personal brand that the PolyCast is under), means Innovation Polymath, or future global changemaker. Created a Modular Degree curated with online courses and micro-credentials. You will find topics wide ranging in interests!
Between the OmniContent, and the guest interviews I have on the show, there are multiple formats for the #PolyCast. It can get a little confusing, so here is the series that you will see:
Bits of idea bursts, rants, explanations, and simply short form 3-10min episodes.
These don't happen often, but they are the medium sized episodes that may have a didactic feel to them. They are solocasts, with a bit of flare.
Each episode of the Omnicontent series starts with a blog post, turns into a slideshow, then a video, and with the video I extract the audio and turn it into a PolyCast!
The interview and guest arm of the show, these episodes tend to be much longer, as they are interview discussions. They have been great, and the nuggets of knowledge anyone can get from them have been insanely awesome. Go take a listen!
If you would prefer the video version:
All in all they keep a similar polymathic feel, and stay true to the "Niche".... However the subniches can be essentially anything. Meaning the topics could be as well, so don't worry if one episode doesn't fit the bill. I'm sure another one will hit it out of the park!
Don't call it a podcast, as it is much more than that. It's a polymathic audio experience!
Or in other words... a PolyCast!