The act of creating content changes lives — it’s one thing for us to say as maybe we’re biased. But for someone else to say it from their experiences, we listen. That’s exactly what we talk about in this Content Matterz episode.
Mark Metry, an important voice for social anxiety and mental health was a featured guest on the Entrepreneur Perspectives podcast. You can listen to both his episodes here:
Social Anxiety, Bullying, and Meditation
We also featured a segment from these podcasts on how “podcasts saved his life“.
We’re obviously big believers in content creation so hearing this story about how creating content changed Mark’s life had us nodding along and listening. Because it’s true — creating content changes lives. I talk about how reading, writing, and listening had an impact on me before, during, and after building KazSource (and still today).
You don’t know how the content you create will benefit you–or someone else. It’s something you can’t measure. And sometimes it has nothing to do with any sort of measurement. And other times, the measurement is far greater than anything you could have ever imagined!
In case you haven’t noticed, we love podcasts. In fact, yeah, you should have one. We’ll even build it for you. A podcast that is. Simply contact us here – we’ll get your podcast published, fast.
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- Thank you for listening to this Content Matterz podcast episode, “Creating Content Changes Lives”.
- About Mark Metry (as heard in this episode): Mark is an essential voice for mental health — he is the host of the Social Anxiety Society Podcast, he is a 2-time TEDx speaker, he is an entrepreneur, and he is someone who has dealt with social anxiety. Today, Mark Metry helps people manage their social anxiety – he does this through his book Screw Being Shy, talks, posts, coaching, and conversations (just like this one!).
- This podcast episode exists because of KazCM. The content production company inside KazSource, Inc. Our rallying cry: “content brings people together”.
- We would be grateful if you subscribed to this podcast on your favorite podcast player. Search: Content Matterz (with a z!)