3 Reasons I Won’t Be Starting A Podcast
Not long ago I appeared on Michelle Moran’s podcast, People I Almost Know. It was an awesome experience that I really enjoyed. Each week I look forward to the next guest that she hosts and get really excited when it’s someone who I almost know through the Internets.
One of my friends, I believe it was Chad Jones, suggested that I begin my own podcast. That is an extremely flattering compliment, however it’s not something that I think I can do at this point in my life. Here are three reasons why:
1. The first reason is really the easiest for why I won’t begin a podcast. I live in an area that has poor internet. I can’t even get cable TV, much less the awesome, unlimited internet they can provide. My only two options for television are Dish Network or DirecTV. The internet I have doesn’t allow me to stream Netflix. Technology is working against me in creating podcast content.
2. I am extremely limited regarding time right now. I write this blog. I work 40 to 50 hours per week. I’m involved in my church and some ministry around. My son is playing football, which requires a great deal of time. Then there the everyday, ordinary issues of life.
3. The final reason is simple: I have absolutely no idea what kind of topics I would tackle on a podcast. I’ve gotten adequate at producing content for this blog, but a podcast would be another animal.
There you have it. That’s why there won’t be a Deuceolocast, or whatever it would be called, anytime soon.
How about you? Have you ever thought about doing a podcast? What would it be about? If you do one, what is it?