My name is Tom and this is The Enthusiasm Project! Join me each week for deep dives exploring the world of what it means to be an independent creator on YouTube, starting your own creative business, and keeping a positive, enthusiastic mindset along the way.
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Now that the RODECaster Pro II has been officially released, lets talk all about it (and use it for this episode)! more
In the word of Simpsons supervillain Hank Scorpio, "Cant argue with the little things, its the little things that make up life." more
It’s the first episode of Season 7 and there’s no better way to kick things off that with special guest Peter Lindgren! But instead of a remote interview from the comfort of our own studios on opposite sides of the planet, we’re hanging out in my own... more
Ever so often there is a show that is worth listening since three years. Some stop, some get annoying and some are Tom and are just the guy who you want to have as a friend. more
I found Tom on YouTube a few years back when I was upgrading my studio and have been a loyal follower ever since. Now I’m on to binging up the podcast. Keep up the great work Tom. more
I’m so happy I found this podcast. It has a very refreshing take on YouTube, influencers and the whole scene. This show will not sell you stuff you don’t need, but will give a lot good advice and food for thought.
I wanted to like this podcast as I’ve enjoyed Tom’s chats with the Buzzsprout crew. However, I turned on his episode that was supposed to be about his channel analytics, but half the episode was about microphone comparisons. This podcast is the first I’ve ever listened to at 1.5x speed and I was still unable to make it to the end because of all the irrelevant filler. Perhaps Tom could do a future episode titled “Your podcast shouldn’t be 55 minutes if you only have 15 minutes of content.”
I found Tom looking for help with the RCP. Through that brief intro I stuck around and truly enjoy his content.
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The Enthusiasm Project launched 3 years ago and published 118 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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