Though I am really excited about the podcast industry – and listens to dozens of hours of podcasts each and every week – I am struggling to figure out the social solution to this space.
One thing I have been doing more and more often is exposing myself to viewpoints that are the polar opposite of my existing beliefs. While challenging, and often a hit to my personal ego, I find this exercise to be immensely valuable for a number of reasons.
One trend I have been watching (somewhat) closely over the past 6-12 months has been the meteoric rise of e-sports onto the main-stage. While I am certainly no expert on the industry, nor am I an avid e-sports gamer myself, I am a big believer in the long term success of the genre.
I was watching this “inspirational Youtube video” the other day and took away an interesting message.
This may sound like a dumb/naive/foolish idea today (2018), but I think humans will build heaven soon enough. My friend and I were talking about this thought the other day…
Every so often, I get really obsessed with certain problem-areas and types of content.
As I have been traveling, I find myself listening to more and more podcasts across a wide variety of genres. I used to listen to a ton of audio books, via audible, but recently, for some reason or another, I have gravitated my listening towards podcast consumption.
Though I generally write and publish all of my articles from the convenience of my laptop, I have recently been experimenting, while I have been traveling, with using my iPhone as my writing device.