This was supposed to be a show in which I told you all of HSS’s secrets…

It started out like that, at least.

You may have noticed a lack of podcast last week. The reason I chose to not publish a show last Friday, was because it violated one of the key components of my process when it comes to publishing anything He Spoke Style.

And that part of the process is when I ask myself: how is this going to be useful to someone?

The focus of the episode was to walk you through the creation of a a style post of the site – from concept to styling to shooting to writing to publishing. Granted, explaining this in great detail – as I had done initially – might possibly be useful to you if you happen to publish a site yourself.

(If that’s you, don’t worry, there’s still a bit of that in the episode.)

But, I’d wager that the majority of you all out there are not in the digital publishing business and, therefore, would have found the second half of the episode monotonously dull and pedantic.

Part of that had to do with the very process of recording the podcast.

So today on the show, we’re talking about – you guessed it – processes. Is having a process good? Is it boring? Do you have to love it? How and when is it important to be able to switch that process up?

These answers and more in a self-reflective (and infinitely more useful) episode of That’s It.

Thanks for listening.

Stylishly Yours,

Brian Sacawa
He Spoke Style

That’s It is edited by Mack McLaughlin.


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