How did the idea of Smash Notes develop?
When Zubovsky started his podcast, he started interviewing interesting people. One person was Caspar Babypants. Kirill wanted people to listen to the interesting bits that Babypants had to share, and not able to find a good way to segment podcasts and share, he's created SmashNotes.
How does it feel to work for yourself, then go back to working for someone else?
Zubovsky states how he was never a big fan of working for someone else because it feels like there are obstacles in the way. He doesn’t find it rewarding to be particular deep in one area, but he wants to do a little bit of everything.
How has the Crazy Wisdom podcast grown?
Stewart Alsop III confesses that he is pretty bad at marketing because it took him a year for people to start listening. He hired a consultant and he told Alsop the best way to get people to listen to your podcast was to be on other people’s podcast as a way to self-promote.
Where does the best feedback come from?
It comes from people who accept what you’re doing. They don’t question what you’re doing. Instead, they assume that reality and help you get there to progress and grow. There will be people that don’t agree with your vision and won’t be a part of it, and that’s okay, too.