Tis the season for a lot of people (up in the northern hemisphere) to start thinking about the upcoming gardening season. Naturally, this also gets more people thinking about composting. As such, it is also a great time for would-be entrepreneurs to test the waters with some sort of vermicomposting business.
This is a topic a lot of people seem to have an interest in, but one I haven’t really written all that much about it here. With the upcoming release of a new course all about this, I decided this was the perfect time to stop procrastinating and put together a special podcast/report and make it freely available to the RWC community.
The podcast is definitely longer than my usual “Q&A” sessions (more than twice as long, in fact) – but hopefully making the written version as well will help those who don’t like sitting through long audio programs.
Just so you know, I also have plans to create one more podcast on this topic – and it WILL be in the “Q&A” format, so be sure to add your questions as comments down below or simply email them to me (use a subject like “worm biz questions” so I’ll recognize it).
If you think you might also have an interest in the course (and you are not a member of the WFA or an Easy Vermicomposting Course customer who joined before the end of last September), make sure you are on either the RWC e-mail list or the “7 Fun Ways to Make Money With Worms” list, so you know when it goes live (important since the price will start low and increase every couple of days until “regular price” is reached).
NOTE: If the podcast player doesn’t show up (or download button doesn’t show up on player) try refreshing page. If it doesn’t work on a mobile device try it on a regular computer. My apologies for the audio quality – for some reason my microphone doesn’t seem to be working as well as it used to.
*** You can access/download the written version (not exact transcripts, but covers same material) >>HERE<< ***
If this is a topic of interest, you may want to check out my new course: Worm Profits
UPDATE: You may also want to listen to the follow-up podcast – Worm Business Podcast #2