Presenting “Conversations for Deeper Context”
So, as most of you probably know, one of the ways that I’ve been spending my time the last few years is through Deeper Context, a freelance thing I started back in 2011. The tagline for DC is “Let’s get together and talk about what drives you. For you, for the web and for your people.”, which I think describes what I’m trying to accomplish.
I’m very much avoiding as much of the Marketing and Social Media aspects of what is going on in culture today as possible. I’ve written plenty about what I think of “content creation for marketing” elsewhere on this site, so I will not bore you with another rant. Suffice it to say that this is not that.
I’ve been in a bit of a lull with DC as of late. Other things have taken over my time (dealing with my father’s death, etc). Recently, I had the opportunity to start some things back up, and get unstuck on some aspects of the organization that I wasn’t in love with. I feel comfortable moving forward in some small ways.
To that end, I’m happy to announce the debut of Conversations For Deeper Context, a semi-regular podcast interview series which serves two purposes:
- It allows me to have conversations with people that I find super interesting
- I get to demonstrate how a Deeper Context project might go, to people like you who might be interested in collaborating with me.
So, for the sake of avoiding paragraph-long descriptors…
Here’s what Conversations For Deeper Context is:
- Conversations with people about their curiosity and how they’re applying it in their lives and their work (however that may manifest in their lives)
- Personal, heart-prioritized conversations
- About an hour per-episode
- Irregularly updated
- Hosted by me (Jeremy Meyers)
Here’s what Conversations For Deeper Context isn’t:
- A place to hear about marketing, social media, sales or business. Seriously. That’s not what this is about, and if it comes up, it’s accidental.
- A place for people to spend an hour plugging their latest projects
- A place for self-help folks to hawk their books
- A sales pitch for Deeper Context. These conversations are meant to stand on their own, and I hope they are valuable to you.
Episode One is live now and features Megan Elizabeth Morris from Ideaschema.
You can also, of course, subscribe via iTunes.
Please enjoy, and I’d love your feedback. Also, if you’d like to have a CFDC conversation, please feel free to get in touch.