I have spent most of my life on podcasts, and it’s a beautiful thing.
I’ve listened to a lot of good podcasts, read a lot more than I usually do, and have been a big fan of the way that they cover topics that matter to me.
But in the last few years, I’ve realized that there’s a lot to be said for podcasting as a whole, and in particular for podcasts that don’t take itself too seriously.
There’s a huge amount of great content out there, but I think most of it is either taken for granted or treated like it’s something that can be taken for the sake of being taken for a joke.
It’s not, in my opinion.
I was a big podcast fan as a kid, but my love for podcasts started to fade when I started watching more television and saw the rise of streaming and other forms of media.
I started listening to podcasts for entertainment and social purposes, and that’s still the majority of my listening, though.
I can’t think of a better way to spend my time on podcasts than to take time to learn about what they’re all about.
There are a lot who are frustrated that their podcasts don’t keep up with the times and that they don’t make it to the next level.
That’s the same thing that I hear from my friends who are listening to their favorite podcasts but feel that their favorite podcast has disappeared into the ether of the Internet.
And I’m one of them.
So I decided that I would listen to podcasts on my phone.
And when I finally did, I found that I found a great community of listeners who were really into the same topics and who had a lot in common.
I got to meet a lot people from all over the world and spend time with people who are just like me.
The biggest difference between podcasts I’ve made over the years is that I’ve never spent more than a couple hours a day listening to them.
And that’s pretty much it.
My podcasting has not taken me too seriously, and I think that’s because I love the fact that I’m surrounded by other podcasters.
They’re the ones who are constantly talking to me and asking me questions, and they’re the only ones who can give me a really honest opinion about my life.
And the best part is that they’re doing it all in the context of one great community.
It also means that they get to learn from me, and you can’t ask for a better podcast than that.
And now, as I sit here with my headphones on, I feel like I’m a new person in the world.
It took a lot for me to realize that, and so I’m hoping that the next time you want to ask me a question, I’ll answer it for you, too.
I want you to ask my advice, because it’s been a lot harder than I expected to write this post, and my life has been a bit different.
In a few years time, I might want to start podcasting again.
And there are a ton of podcasts I want to make that have no chance of succeeding because I can no longer do the work that I love.
And what happens if I can only get my podcasts out to people who really care about them?
That’s not the best way to get the most out of podcasts, but if I ever decide to go back to them, I’m going to need a new podcast.
I’m just not sure what that’s going to look like yet.
But I hope this post will be of some use to you.
So, tell me about yourself: What are your favorite podcasts?
What is the best podcast out there?
What podcasts do you miss the most?
I’m open to your questions.
I’ll be back next week.