Introducing My New Podcast

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Creating a new podcast is exciting. There are so many fun decisions that have to be made – what topic to cover, the format of the episodes, who to interview and on what subjects, the look and feel of the podcast, the description, the title. And, of course, the all-important first episode.
 
As I’ve been working on the new format of my podcast I’ve been lucky that so many people from my Facebook community have been willing to help me answer these questions. It has been great to hear people’s thoughts and opinions on the various questions I’ve asked them. And, if you were one of those who chose to be part of the conversation, please know you have my sincere thanks.
 
If I were Fiji I’d be wagging my tail and jumping up and down right now as I share with you that the first episode is finally here. You can listen at http://iono.fm/e/1164792
 
My plan for the A Different Way of Seeing podcast is to interview guests on a range of topics related to disability. But I wanted to do something different for the first episode, so asked friend and fellow podcaster Jeff Thompson, of the Blind Abilities podcast to interview me about my plans for the new podcast. It was fun being in the hot seat and facing the questions on my own podcast.
 
If you’re interested in a podcast that discusses all things disability, you’ll find the A Different Way of Seeing podcast wherever you usually listen to your podcasts, or you can find us at https://iono.fm/rss/chan/3715
 
I hope you’ll join me and my guests as we talk all things disability. Whether you have a disability yourself, know someone living with a disability, or are simply curious to know more about the tools and techniques we use to live our lives, then you’ll want to give A Different Way of Seeing a listen. Because there is lots of great content coming up!

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