PODCASTS WE LOVE
You've probably heard this before, but one of the things I liked the most about listening to the podcast from the the beginning -when you were still struggling with the audio and production technicalities- is how real and honest it felt. The first episodes sounded more like drafts or prompt responses, raw and unfiltered, like things that come out from the profound need to tell a story (most likely your individual need to create and share). As you keep going, the episodes, as well as the writing, get more crafted, more polished, and you sound more comfortable on your own roles as hosts and storytellers. At the same time the stories have grown more open, more daring and vulnerable. I've really enjoyed witnessing that evolution.