I'm always trying to get the ideas for new content topics, especially ones that people haven't seen before, that I can fit into the content I'm creating the most. You can do that by looking at the people who have already created content, and brainstorming about who may have a good idea for a topic that you can use as a starting point for a podcast.

What do you look for in a good podcast?

It's not just something that you want to have every week, it's something that you want to be able to do consistently. I take a lot of inspiration from other podcasts, not just from actual interviews, but from other sources, like books, movies, TV shows, web series.

What do you enjoy the most about podcasting?

I love podcasting because the freedom it gives you. It's a great way to express yourself, to talk about topics that you care about, without having to worry about what other people think about it. And it's a way to connect with people, whether you're in a small group or a big group, whether you're an online person or in person, whether you're a guy or a girl.

What's your favorite part about being a podcaster?

Being able to create content that people enjoy, that they've found interesting enough to be interested in, that they want to listen to for the rest of their lives.

What's your favorite podcast to listen to?

Probably the one that I've listened to the most, which is called The Best of The Week. It's hosted by Brian Brushwood. He's a comedian, but it also has a very knowledgeable and passionate listener base. They've been making this podcast for about 15 years, and I think it's one of the best podcasts I've ever heard.

What's your favorite podcast to follow?

I've been following the show The Best of The Week for quite a while now. It's hosted by Brian Brushwood and it's a weekly podcast where the guests are funny and interesting people. I really like it, and the guests keep coming back.

What are your favorite podcasts to listen to on your commute to work?

I do listen to a lot of podcasts on my commute to work, but I like listening to the best of the week on my commute. I prefer them because I find them more interesting and entertaining than the ones I listen to when I'm on the road.

What's your favorite podcast to listen to when you're bored?

My favorite podcast to listen to when I'm bored is The Best of The Week. I was listening to it a couple of weeks ago, and I'm not really sure why. It was kind of a random choice. I thought it was a great show because it's so entertaining.

What's your favorite podcast to listen to when you're getting ready to go out drinking?

Podcasts that I listen to when I'm getting ready to go out drinking are usually the ones that are hosted by comedians. I'm not a huge fan of drinking podcasts, so I listen to the ones that I think are more interesting and have a bit of a joke in them.

What's your favorite podcast to listen to when you're writing?

I think that podcasts that are written by people who are really passionate about their subject matter are the ones that I like the most.

What are your favorite podcasts to listen to on social media?

I like podcasts that are interesting and that people are going to enjoy listening to. I'm a big fan of The Best of The Week, which I've been listening to for about 15 years now.

What's your favorite podcast to listen to in bed?

I like podcasts that are focused on the kind of content that I'm interested in. I think that's what I like the most when I'm sitting in bed. I listen to podcasts that focus on topics that I'm interested in.

What's your favorite podcast to listen to while you're on the toilet?

I like podcasts that focus on the kind of topics that I'm interested in. I'm a big fan of the categories of podcasts that I find interesting, which are called thought leaders, that focus on the topics that I'm interested in.

What's the best advice you've ever been given?

I probably have the best advice about how to create content that I've ever been given. I've always been able to put together a lot of content that I've created, but I always had to get the ideas to put it together.

What's the worst advice you've ever been given?

The worst advice I've ever been given is to just sit down and do whatever you want: make a podcast, make a book, make a video game. It's just not going to work. You can't.