The University of Life & Jamie White, 25th Episode, Season Recap.

In this podcast, I wanted to take some time out from interviewing and go over what I’ve learned from The University of Life as a Podcast to date. It’s been 25 interviews and just over 7 months since I first went live.

 

In the beginning of this I wanted to talk about what I’ve learned about podcasting in general, there’s a lot more to it than I first thought. A few pointers that I talk about in this are as follows:

Knowing Why You’re Doing It & What You Want From It Is So Important

Simplicity In Set Up Is Key

Having A 2-3 Weeks of Episodes Done Upfront Is Essential

There Has To Be Reason & Value Behind Each Interview

 

I then talked through each interview, what we talked about and what I learned along the way. There’s been a lot of them:

The University of Life & Drew Lawrence,

The University of Life & Justina Victoria,

The University of Life & Pat Falvey,

The University of Life & Paul Walsh

The University of Life & Gary Cunningham

The University of Life & Niall O’Murchu

The University of Life & Thomas McCormack

The University of Life & Emma O’Toole

The University of Life & Will Meara

The University of Life & Joe O’Brien

The University of Life & Becca Gillen

The University of Life & Daragh Stewart

The University of Life & Darren Kennedy

The University of Life & Dr. Fionnula McHale

The University of Life & Siobhan O’Hagan

The University of Life & Kevin Boyle

The University of Life & Sean Treacy

The University of Life & Sinead Bailey Kelly

The University of Life & Natasha Vavasour

The University of Life & Abby Wynne

The University of Life & Anthony Flynn

The University of Life & Joe Doyle

The University of Life & Sarah Lucey

The University of Life & Aoife Nic Canna

 

In every conversation I’ve taken and learned so much. Its genuinely been a life changing experience for me and one that I’m looking forward to continue on.

Here’s to the next 25 episodes.

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