Well it still is, I think.
Dan and I recorded a podcast mainly discussing the future.
If you listen to it you know that we tackle the quality content vs the content for content sake discussion.
And the time it takes to put a podcast together.
Then there’s the matter of throwing something into the void and hoping someone hears you.
But if nothing comes back to you it becomes like screaming into a void, eventually you get tired.
The thing is I’m not just talking about podcasting either.
I have a blog (which you’re reading).
I love creating content for people but I’ve come to realize that I’m not a content creating machine, at least not in the literal sense.
Like many podcasters who recently took hiatuses, like Sean & Greg & Jennifer, I realized I need to take time for myself and things I enjoy rather than focusing all my attention on what others may want to hear about without actually knowing for sure.
I am not a factory if my heart’s not in it people can tell so I need to focus on quality of content rather than quantity of content.
So, for now, or forever, podcasting will be lower on the priority list (for me anyway).
Things could change however.
-Send feedback whether it be on the podcast or my blog.
-Send topics, again whether it be on the podcast or my blog. It’s a lot easier to create content if you have a topic you know someone(s) is interested in hearing about.