I think it would be really great if we could all encourage each other to think deeply and outside of the box. On my podcast I enjoy connecting with unique individuals that the podcast listener can learn from. I believe we all have something to share with the podcast listener and our community. A single experience shared on the podcast for the listener can truly be powerful. It's not just about accomplishments of famous people. I'm more interested in the experiences of everyday people. I believe we all have great ideas and tips to share with each other and I will continue to bring these types of unique experiences and ideas to how they did it and why podcast. One week of listening to how they did it and why podcast will give you a wide variety of topics in one podcast. The subject matter of each podcast episode should be a lot different than the last. I hope that by listening to how they did it and why podcast your will learn some random facts you didn't know or find a new way to look at something you already know. Are you a creative thinker? If your not you can be. Creative thinking might mean devising new ways to carry out tasks, solve problems, and meet challenges. It means bringing a fresh, and sometimes unorthodox, perspective to your though process. Creative thinking is a skill that anyone can nurture and develop. Podcasts are a great way to lean and grow. A 2016 study out of UC Berkeley concluded that listening to narrative stories (much like podcasts) can stimulate multiple parts of your brain — so whether it's that adrenaline rush you get from true crime podcasts or a comedy podcast that boosts your endorphins, there's truly something out there for everyone. Podcasts aren't only good entertainment, but also great education. The time you'd normally spend doing those mindless chores or exercising can be used to help you prepare for the next phase of your career. There are a ton of shows out there that teach you about specific fields of study and career paths. On How they did it and why podcast my goal is also to encourage small business owners, those who are venturing into creative career paths big and small and those with unique hobby's. I hope that how they did it and why podcast is entertaining and thought provoking to the listener. I want to present the information in a no frills and fluffy way. The goal here is just to be informed. Not to dazzle my podcast listeners with an audio display of fake sound effects and highly polished monotony.
"Researching unfamiliar topics and analyzing unusual systems is a source of delight for most creative people." While undertaking unknown concepts, with the intent to fully understand, can be scary, it's necessary if you want to learn, what you have set out to learn. This thing has to be self-realizing or self-serving, it cannot be what someone else wants you to learn, or what you think someone else thinks you should know, you have to want to learn it. Being self aware and realistic with what you want out of your learning journey and individual podcast journeys will help podcast listeners get the most out of the podcasts they subscribe to. Because you might reach a learning curve doesn't mean you should abandon this journey. Conflict or tension is present in almost everything in my opinion. During your process of learning, it's important to be honest with yourself.
I think it's important to have a wide variety of interests to some degree.. I believe it makes for a well rounded individual. I believe this thought is especially important in unraveling biases and ignorance. Ignorance can at times be insulting. Having a wide range of topics on a podcast and in an individuals brain store house will makes for a well balanced society.
Someone here on the internet says"...an artist who has a background in literature, geology, archery, music and history can make more connections than a narrow-minded specialist." Stewart makes being a specialist sound unworthy, while it can be the opposite, however, creative people have the propensity to learn about various different areas of life. This assortment of knowledge enables us to make more connections. It's important while learning to make clear goals for your self and organize effectively. - I agree with this!
Attentiveness to others and realizing that every experience is valuable is what I hope listeners of this podcast and viewers of the how they did it and why YouTube channel understand. Creative people pay attention to seemingly minor details." My belief is that many things and events are interconnected. Pay attention to the details in this podcast, they're how you get to a functional big picture. Seeing the similarity among seemingly disparate parts has often sparked a creative breakthrough. Connection seeking is key to evaluative thinking. Hopefully how they did it and why podcast can help you connect some dots surrounding the topics of culture, society, science, history, tech, human behavior and more.
Once you put all your acquired knowledge you have to build on it. "Creatives and innovators value existing knowledge. Scientists build upon old ideas to extend their work, sometimes transforming those older ideas and creating something new.
On how they did it and why podcast you can expect interviews and discussions from a wide range of podcast guests with something unique to share. You will also experience solo podcast episodes for product reviews. This podcast will also present random history, facts on science, random life tips and more.
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