In this episode, we discuss the highlights of the podcast from 2020, Ali shares some of the advice he's received about how to be better with women, and we try and figure out how to create a members community for listeners of the podcast.
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As this is a very broad discussion about the episodes from the past year, there are no specific talking points.
We do discuss Nat Eliason’s article ‘Not A Full-Time Creator’ where he argues that "Once your art becomes a business, it stops being as artful" and we are keen to adopt this approach to this podcast. Whilst we appreciate that thousands of people listen to the episodes, we don't have numerical targets for downloads and this helps keep the podcast interesting and enjoyable.
In the New Year, we'll have more of a studio set up and we will restart uploading more clips and video content to social media. Please subscribe to the podcast on YouTube if you'd like to access these videos.
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