The IndieHackers podcast is a treasure trove of knowledge, insight, wisdom, and inspiring stories. I'm wondering how do others consume all of the episodes. Do you...
listen to the latest episode whenever you get a chance? or
all episodes in some order? or
look for episodes by certain people or industry? or
look for episodes on some topics (SaaS growth, audience building, etc.) or
just randomly click on one and hope it's relevant :)
I've done some combination of all of the above. I haven't been keeping up with the pod recently because I've challenge myself to consume only what's absolutely relevant to me. This leads me to categorize the episodes whenever I listen. For example, "good to listen for info-product makers", or for "course creators" or for "SaaS acquisition", etc. And I often go way back, all the to the beginning. I am wondering would people be interested in me sharing a resource that would help you find the right kind of episodes relevant to what you care about?
My hunch is more people can benefit from IH pod in general. (Listening to it on BART during my commute to/from SF led me to make career decisions that led me to where I am now).