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337: Does Increasing Your Reach Mean Compromising Quality?

By Sean McCabe and Ben Toalson

I've said in the past: I don't want a trade paper version of Overlap to exist. This past weekend, I was in Franklin, Tennessee speaking at Tribe Conference. While I was there, I met a smart lady who works in publishing. She asked me about my goals for Overlap. I told her I wanted the message to spread as much as possible. She said, "What if I told you your quality restrictions are working against your ability to accomplish your goal." I said, "I'm all ears. Push back." The punchline was that she strongly recommended I consider making a trade paper version of Overlap. It would be more economical, more accessible, and would facilitate the spread of Overlap. Going into this episode, I haven't made a final decision. You'll get to hear me and Ben figure this one out on the air.

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