Under Podcast U, we have taught almost 200 women to start and grow their podcasts!
You’re a busy mom. Believe me, we get it – we are right there with you! That’s why we designed this course to be as absolutely time-efficient as possible, for every type of learner:
This course includes 10 video lessons if you are a visual learner.
Each lesson is also available as an MP3, so you can listen on-to-go!
If you prefer speed-reading, lessons come with a full transcript.
Homework after each lesson helps you take action.
Copy & personalize our templates to fit your show.
Watch tutorials of our workflow, editing set up, and podcast host.
Having friends who are also podcasters has been invaluable to us as we've grown our shows. (See some of our favorites pictured here!)
In the Podcast U Facebook group, you can...
... and so much more!
At the end of September, Podcast U is forever closing enrollment. Get your courses now while you can, so we can support you as you learn to podcast with confidence!
"I'd wanted to start podcast for over a year, but the entire process intimidated me. I didn't know where to begin or where to do once I did find a place to start. And then I found Podcast U. Monica and Rachel created a clear, one-step-at-a-time path for me to get from where I was (full of ideas and passion with no plan) to where I wanted to be (my podcast set up and launched) within just a couple of months! Plus, they offered both logistical and emotional support throughout the process. Podcast U is the reason I was able to launch as quickly and easily as I did. I'm so grateful! "
"Podcast U is broken down into easily digestible chunks so the process doesn't feel too overwhelming. Monica and Rachel are so great about giving their expertise freely, but also being real and honest."
"I am so happy that I made the choice to work with Rachel and Monica at Podcast U! Not only did they give me super useful tips and resources for launching my podcast, but they helped me establish my ‘why’. This was a very important step and helped me go forward without fear of the process."