What are some tips for women who want to keep better track of their days and emotions?
We constantly wear masks in the world to protect ourselves, but journaling is the place to remove them and be your truly unedited self. When you ask yourself a good question, you’ll likely get a good answer from your intuition. My tip is to think of journaling as a scavenger hunt to discover things about yourself.
Why do you enjoy the format of a podcast? What do you think podcasting offers people that books, tv, movies or interviews do not?
What I love about podcasting is that it is such a mobile medium. People listen in their alone moments like commuting, cleaning, or getting ready. And I think it creates an intimacy with the host and listeners because you’re with them on good days and bad days in these private moments. By contrast, TV and movies are all-consuming, you’re not usually multitasking.
Like music, I can remember the exact street corner I was when I heard a line from a certain podcast episode. You can take your time while recording a podcast episode, be a bit messy, and meander while you’re making. I think all of that is human and natural, which makes the medium more organic, gentle, and forgiving. The community of listeners is forgiving too. Quality is important, but above all my listeners expect honesty. It’s hard to hide yourself when you are speaking for a couple hours.