Not Defending Nomad Life
Most importantly I am not defending nomad life in this podcast. Some people think that is what I do. My response is here in Not-Defending-Nomad-Life-Bob Davis Podcast 1081.
Secondly a friend recently said the podcasts make him sad because I defend nomad life too much.
Therefore I reviewed my recent content.
And I couldn’t disagree more.
Above all in this introspective podcast I talk about the nomad experience.
However I put this life in perspective.
Furthermore in my review of content I concluded there’s enough variety.
In addition I talk about a writing project in Not-Defending-Nomad-Life-Bob Davis Podcast 1081.
Attention and Energy
Specifically writing about difficult subjects requires a great deal of attention and energy.
Top Of Mind
So the podcasts aren’t necessarily top of mind every day.
What Needs To Be Said
On the other hand there are few things I feel need to be said.
To clarify I like complicated subjects.
As a result my podcasts about the current economy make me happy.
Even more recent podcasts about winter celebrations and their value to our humanity also make me happy.
Moreover there’s always content about life experience.
No Back Slapping
In short I don’t do back slapping inside humor types of podcasts
No Boring Interviews
Similarly my experience has been most people don’t make good interview subjects.
And so called experts usually regurgitate the stuff they say everywhere else.
Finally The Bob Davis Podcasts are about my experiences and my internal reactions to those experiences.
People Places and Things
That is to say people I’ve met, places I’ve been and things that have happened.
But fair criticism is accepted.
Once a Broadcaster Always A Broadcaster
To sum up I think former broadcasters tend to be more critical. It’s okay. It goes with the territory.