Show 021 Quick-Guide
- Peanuts are angry. Almonds are happy nuts.
- Discussion of learning to love criticism.
- And Chelsea Handler comes into the conversation.
- Being nice keeps criticism at bay? But what’s the pay-off?
- The problem with giving feedback on someone’s personality…
- We have a small commercial break without a commercial so Jess can answer the door.
- People don’t listen to podcasts because they could not own property – wait – what?
- Does psychology and cultural mind-set play in women stepping into new technologies?
- Sons of Anarchy and women’s podcasting power.
- Breaking through cutural mindsets and psychological obstacles as women dealing with tech.
- It’s our responsibility to start to shift perpectives through the conversations that have.
WHY WOMEN DON’T LISTEN TO PODCASTS
- Education – people still don’t know what it is.
- Tech adverse/ignorance.
- Love routine – they stick to what they know – can’t be bothered.
- Value people’s opinions – we tend to do what our friends tell us more – and our friends don’t really share too many podcasts
Why do YOU think there aren’t more women listening to podcasts?
What’s prevented you from listening to a podcast? Ladies, ask other women.
Why DO you listen to podcasts ladies?
Links mentioned by Jess and Elsie!
- Cate tells Jess peanuts have an angry energy in this Episode of Lady Business Radio
- Learning to Love Criticism article from the NY Times
- Sons of Anarchy
- Jason Van Orden
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