Online education is huge and these days, one of the primary sources for quality content is podcasting. Today, iTunes houses over 250,000 podcasts. Approximately 39 million Americans, or 15 percent of the over-12 population, listened to a podcast last month, up from 12 percent in 2013 and 9 percent in 2008.
And yet for many would-be podcasters, it remains a challenging medium. Why is that? Because it still requires some comfort with technical know-how.
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OneMind Podcast Reviews
Wonderful Podcast: Morgan, I love your show! I just started listening recently, as I’ve begun exploring meditation over the past year. I started with a couple of random episodes, but then found I really enjoyed the episodes no matter the specific topic, so I went to the beginning and I’m listening straight through.
As a beginner at meditation, I really draw inspiration from listening to more adept meditators on the show. It is frustrating at the beginning, having these ideas of what you want to or should accomplish from meditating. Hearing that everyone goes through this, and starts at these stages, is very motivating. Listening to some of the more profound experiences some people have had only helps me realize that I have barely scratched the surface of this practice, and makes me want to keep going.
I really like that Morgan has guests of all types on the show, which demonstrates that meditation is not just for the “yogi” or “hippy types” which is still a large stereotype surrounding meditation. Breaking down these stereotypes is essential to spreading these amazing practices, which really are necessary now more than ever in today’s materialistic society. Thank you so much Morgan for everything you do!