Be vulnerable, write down three anxieties a day. I can’t be true to others if I’m not true to myself.
My guests are the way I learn. That is why I do a podcast.
Making money is easier than most people think—knowing why and what for, and not being driven in the wrong direction to get it? Much harder.
When I hear elitist arguments akin to Ryan’s, I can’t help but think of the scene in Forrest Gump when all the kids keep saying “this seat’s taken,” when clearly there’s room for a new person to sit down.
I am down on copycats and trend followers. I like podcasting too much and value my own sanity (and the sanity of other awesome people) too much to think that the world needs us to collectively waste time on other people’s self-indulgent personal brand building.
If you’re the type who wants to learn a little bit while you get creeped out, Lore is the perfect podcast for you.
If you haven’t heard yet, podcasts are the new thing to obsess over.
When you need a break from your favorite podcast, you listen to a DIFFERENT podcast.
Whether I was commuting on Pennsylvania’s rock-ribbed highways, escaping the teeth-grinding stress of graduate school, or just trying to feed my creativity, these podcasts have always been there to me grounded and focused.
While some people listen to podcasts for news, updates, and for the latest episodes of their favorite shows, some still tune in for music.