Taking on a campaign, depending on the scope, is basically like signing up for another part or full-time job. Just like taking a new job, there’s a lot to learn and an adjustment period where you have to re-learn the art of balancing your schedule and figure out how to juggle your competing responsibilities.
For the last 60 episodes, our listeners have been expanding their knowledge of campaigns by tuning in to our weekly interview podcast. With over 30,000 downloads, our listeners have been overwhelmingly supportive of what we’re doing!
Interviews are great, and we’re going to keep doing them, but we had a number of requests for a shorter podcast that regularly shared important campaign tips. Something that you could listen to while you’re coffee is being made in the morning or while you’re getting dressed.
That was the thought that developed into the My Campaign Coach Minute. In 60-90 seconds, we’ll kick off each weekday with an important campaign tip that will point you in the right direction!
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Merry Christmas, Y’all! All of us at My Campaign Coach hope y’all are having a blessed holiday season and enjoying some great time with family and friends.
Wanted to give y’all a little look behind the scenes at how the past year has been and what we’ve got coming up in 2018!
Have a wonderful Christmas and we’re excited to be back with you in the New Year!
We’re back again this week with our new podcast format, diving deep into some subjects that folks have asked for us to cover on Facebook. Today we’re talking about Vetting Candidates, building your campaign calendar, the campaign logistics framework for a strong campaign and different ways to contact voters.
With Roy Moore’s defeat in the Alabama Senate this week, lots of people are wondering how the secrets of his past weren’t discovered earlier. His case is an aberration since it’s hard to keep those kinds of things hidden for so long, but there are some common sense steps that people can take to make sure that candidates they support won’t surprise them.