Entertainment & Sports
About Your Company
I interview like-minded, experienced, and successful artists, coaches, celebrities, influencers, therapists, and heroes from the community to have a great conversation with me (Scods the podcaster). I want to share bucket list challenges like Oprah Winfrey's experience on a podcast that people can relate, later on, and enjoy stories e.g. skydiving and interviewing a skydiver. So that they will at least know and have a taste to the wild side of life from someone else. In the end, everyone realizes we all can be different. We all can have experience. And realize THIS IS A GREAT LIFE.
My audience will be adults and mid-teens that want to listen to a relatable and funny podcast. The audience is an open-minded, curious, spiritual, global audience, can understand English, low-to-medium income, rich in wisdom, aims to want wisdom and experience from life from the things mentioned on the show, values optimism and differences, spiritual, wellness, goodful, and likes insider scoops on how to live a good life from challenges and failure lessons. LIKE GOALCAST.
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Creative should NOT use
funny, but hate, definite, silly
The show presents itself continuously, growing, maturing, and learning to laugh at oneself when we had mistakes or weird fears exposed. It's sorta comedic.
Top 3 Things
Inspiring & Wise, Insightful, Comedic
I actually was planning to name the podcast 'Bucketlisters or Bucketlist Challenge.' It just sounds cliche.
For a long time, I wanted to do a podcast. I see potential in people and see that they are special and inspiring. To me, they are visionaries in their field and it makes me want to interview and ask them more questions. That's a show!
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