So this might be long winded, or short, I don't know yet.
I had this podcast saved for like a year since I'm a huge Warren Huart follower (both on YouTube and his PLAP Academy) and he had mentioned this podcast. I never thought about it much, but that's life.
About three weeks ago (today is 11 March 2019), I decided to listen to the #28 with Warren, and I absolutely loved it. Then I listened to the next, and had to stop.
Instead of only listening from the most recent episodes, I went to #1 and basically binge-listened from back to front and saving all of those nuggets of truth being laid out for us.
And oh my God, it's the best podcast ever. I literally have not learned this much in my 3 years of having my home studio. Brian H00d made me feel like a punk by saying (loosely) that you shouldn't only work when you're inspired, rather make it a routine.
I seriously cannot recommend this enough to my friends that are in this industry, trying to make something of themselves. I currently have six books that are waiting to be read because I know Chris and Brian highly recommend it and it helped them earn 6-figures for their home studios.
Whatever you do, make sure to listen to EVERY episode, as it'll improve your knowledge base ten fold, and literally remove the GAS you have right now for that cool new compressor in your Sweetwater cart, along with that laundry list of plugins you want to buy because it'll "make you a better mix engineer".
Work on yourself, then you'll see the improvements.
Thank you Chris and Brian for improving the business side of my currently non-existent studio, becuase I know now what I'm doing wrong, and am actively making the changes to go on the path towards a six figure home studio.