Travel can be a great part of entrepreneurship. It can also hurt your content production — but only if you let it.

You don’t have to choose between travel and content productivity. Whether you need to record podcasts or videos, you can stay on schedule with the right tools, the right tricks, and the right approach. Best of all? You don’t have to sacrifice one bit of quality.

Our intrepid host Omar would know. 

He’s traveling all week, despite having to record an interview, give an interview on another podcast, and shoot some marketing video. It’s not our first time producing content on the move, and we’ve got it down to a (conveniently mobile) science. 

Today, we’ll discuss the travel-friendly recording equipment we use to keep the content coming, no matter where we are. We’ll explain how to find and set up the right space for good audio and visuals. We’ll also tell you what to do before you travel, so you can get clean, professional results. 

Don’t let traveling mess with your content schedule — or vice versa. Click Play!


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