The Flow Show: My 1st podcast Experience
Recently was a guest on a Podcast put on by my friend Drew Valenzuela and let me tell you: it was an amazing experience.
Having recently delved into my own personal artistic venture, I was curious and excited to participate in somebody else's. Too many people let their dreams remain dreams; I'm always delighted to hear that somebody is pursuing their passion.
Plus I can always use an additional creative individual to bounce ideas off of.
After the session, I asked him: What inspired you? What was the push to turn an idea into an action, to turn your dreams into goals and get this thing off the ground?
In his own words:
"It was basically me setting out to scratch my own itch. I loved podcasts and the whole idea behind them, but I felt like one that was directed towards a youthful aesthetic was missing from the game. One that wasn't so serious, had playfulness and fun all over it but still revolved around the right things. There is nobody I know younger than I am, doing what I'm doing. I was curious to see what people out there were doing and I wanted this to be a medium to express my curiosity and creativity."
THAT'S what I'm talking about. Somebody who felt something missed from the artistic world, and instead of sitting back and complaining about it, he DID something about it.
If only we could have more people like this in the political landscape nowadays.
I've been reading about creativity and pursuing a passion. I found two articles that inspired me and I'd like to share them with you here:
The First One: How to Find Your Purpose and Do What You Love. All about how to set a balance between society's idea of 'success' and your personal fulfillment.
The Second One: Choosing Between Making Money and Doing What You Love. The debate all of us creative yet responsible humans.
Final thoughts here. Do something creative