What is something you know now that you wish you knew when you started podcasting?

The amount of time it takes per episode to put out a quality show. There are multiple moving parts required taking more time beyond just recording the podcast.
The post production process of editing, uploading, distributing and marketing requires an investment of time and resources. This can lead to a strain on the podcaster’s bandwidth and finance if it is not planned out or worked into a budget. Underestimating the task line and time needed to release an episode can lead to abandoning what could’ve been a great show over time. It is best to have these outlined on the front end before you begin so you can set expectations for yourself and your listeners. One recommendation would be to start with releasing one or two episodes a month and then building up from there. Add more episodes as you become more comfortable with the process or have the budget to outsource it. “