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Men's Mental Health // Ground Up 093

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Matt D'Avella (3 months ago)
Hope you all like this one! More from Dan here… Men’s groups & stuff: https://evryman.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/danieldoty/
Maxivious (3 months ago)
WTF Matt whats going on here......? Great way to join the hands of the Meetoo psychos. Soon men will be lowered to the standards of women. While society adopts a genderless living. All kinds of creatures roaming the city without a way to identify who is who. Really thought at the least you would steer clear from social politics. But thanks for showing us your true colors.
Akshat Chaturvedi (3 months ago)
+Cody Clips you can use Google Podcasts instead and you can turn off the screen there too
Rocky Desert Flower (3 months ago)
How did you know about the APA considering natural masculinity as "problematic" to say the least? Because you are a professional journalist?
Brandon Alvarez (3 months ago)
+Cody Clips Same here dude.
Cody Clips (3 months ago)
Can you start putting your podcast audio on Spotify? I tend to listen to most podcast up there and I can turn my screen off. I love the podcast just wanna have it in a more convenient place to listen Thanks
Richard Bourque (20 days ago)
FUCK DUDE HOW HAVE I NEVER SEEN YOU?! I fucking love the vibe of this show. your entire channel. color, sounds, topics. so chill man. good job.
Aemorion (23 days ago)
Dan talked about creating your own evry man group but i don't know if id be able to do it seeing as i live in canada. can anyone help with this?
Kristijan Fištrek (29 days ago)
This is it chief, more of this.
OpZii •YT (1 month ago)
Hi 👋 I’m 17 years old and I’m going through a lot. I didn’t want the internet to know this but I need more motivation lots of people motivate me and it seems like it isn’t working. I have depression and it’s sad I’m not going to school which is the worst thing you could do. I used to play baseball a year ago and left it, feel like depression took over. And everything I do I feel like not doing it. I also feel extremely bad when I’m in the house or outside because I don’t have my depression peels. Please help me. I feel like if I overcome this mentality killer I would find my future and succeed. It’s really hard especially for my age and any feedbacks are gladly appreciated
Nataliya Tsymbalista (1 month ago)
What a great theme on the emotions, would like to watch more videos on that! Thanks for your podcast, Matt!
MasterMind29 (2 months ago)
Also thanks a ton for talking man things.
MasterMind29 (2 months ago)
Good idea, matt. I see only 3 videos. Will add all the others as well?
Todd Gilligan (2 months ago)
Take away! Without a group you will only reach 35% of potential. Totally agree! That me at the moment
Lliam Bruce (2 months ago)
As a young Male Therapist I see how important it is to speak about things, Its so vital and important that us MEN talk about mental health.. And for us men, we prefer mostly to talk to another dude. I hope I can take away that stigma and shame we carry about opening up through my channel. But, I just wanna say Matt, great piece of content very pleased this is a discussion becoming more common and not hidden away. Guys we need to not be ashamed, we have so much pressure and hate from all directions. Lets use Counselling as a source of self development and not see it as a sign of weakness. Peace out. Lliam. Openup Counselling.
Tyler Guthrie (2 months ago)
Thank you so much! I really needed to hear that conversation!
Andy Scott (2 months ago)
the color correction you do is pulling out too much saturation in the reds, giving people unflattering blue lips
Colin Shelton (2 months ago)
I think Dan's mission at "Evryman" is super interesting. As a gay man, I feel like I see both worlds. I have my "gay" world but often hangout with my straight guys. Often, when hanging with this group, I see this group's disconnect for sharing emotions. I see how it hurts their relationships. Society has constructed this group to suppress their feelings, making it harder to be vulnerable. I totally agree with Dan, sharing is like a practice. Tying it back to how I'm labeled as gay, I feel like it's more the norm for me to share/show emotion. Just wanted to share, since I feel like I have the pleasure of seeing the world from a bit of a different lens. Great job Dan and Matt!
Egor N. (2 months ago)
I LOVE this! These ideas are so relevant to me and to the past couple decades of my life(practically all of it). I feel like Dan explained to me the thoughts I've been having for so long. Wish he opens an Israeli branch as soon as possible. I'll be the first volunteer, for anything.
k 5 (2 months ago)
Absolutely enjoyed it. Thanks for doing this man.
Zeoxin (2 months ago)
What is his ted talk?
Robert Hayes (2 months ago)
For me I find the podcast to long. ( not your fault) I have often thought maybe you could try 30 -40 min podcast. Maybe you would get more positive comments maybe not. Just my opinion do with it what you will
Nathan Wisniewski (2 months ago)
This is just what I needed at the time. Thanks for everything you do
IcazoTheWolf (2 months ago)
You really should have uploaded the whole backlog onto the new channel
Charlie B (3 months ago)
36:45 reminds me Louis C.K. hates against smartphones : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HbYScltf1c
Barath ML (3 months ago)
Hi Matt, Life goes smoothly and clam. Clearly organized and meaningful but some times in life. We all have this sleepless nights with lots of thoughts running inside our mind. We really don't want it but sadly we can't control it. Everything seems to be very meaningless. We sit in search for answer, solutions, ways but we could not do anything about it. Not just sleepless nights but even the unproductive day time. We try to concentrate on present works but our mind keeps on jumping from this and that thoughts. May be one particular things or about your desire, past love stories, vision, goals, business name for company, humanity, speculation, society, health, color for designing logo, even about sleeping and waking up. These are all stuff running in my mind. Noted I generally don't have these kind of cluttered mind. Some times it happens like now. Why this disconnect happens inbetween our minds? How to put our thought, words and actions in one clean straight line?
Saif Khan (3 months ago)
Thats a great idea.
Miodrag Stanisavljevic (3 months ago)
is that 30 or 50mm lens?
L Chen (3 months ago)
"there is something so liberating about not having to choose every single thing everyday". Totally agree, like the Bandersnatch episode, found it quite stressful
TerraMC YT (3 months ago)
You can really tell that Dan is passionate about this, amazing podcast, really enjoyed it.
Xavier Escalante (3 months ago)
Is that the old school photo of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson hanging on your wall behind Dan?
Alfred Claimor (3 months ago)
timecodes pls
Aleksandr Zhylinskiy (3 months ago)
What a nice guy, I wish I could have such friend. Great podcast. Keep it up!
Tiffany Rose (3 months ago)
This is an amazing podcast! My father has experienced so much pain throughout his life that no amount of medication or alcohol has been able to keep him numb. It destroys me to see him struggle to find a purpose to live, and I'm overwhelmed by a deep sense of hopelessness that he might attempt suicide again. I've been searching for ways to help him, help himself; but there seems to be few books or resources out there that acknowledge the true emotional needs of a grown man or offers sound advice and affective help. I'm going to share this podcast with my dad and I hope that he will be receptive to what it offers. <3 I want him to live a long and happy healthy life that leaves him feeling fulfilled, --not alone and dead in a ditch with a belly full of alcohol.
Fallen Angel (1 month ago)
Hey I hope your father is doing well!
E Kawarimono (3 months ago)
Recommend the Scene on Radio podcast series entitled Men.
TRTCreations (3 months ago)
Loved this podcast. Even though I’m not a man, I found that this content reaches females too. As a fellow creative, I found all of your podcasts very helpful. What’s funny is that most of the motivational quotes I hear from this show about achieving your goals and following your dreams etc. are quotes and ideas that I already know. However; there’s something about hearing you and all of your guests reiterate those ideas that keeps drawing me back to your podcasts. With all that being said, Thank you!
Out Chillin Media (3 months ago)
Simply INCREDIBLE podcast
TJ Somethinornothin (3 months ago)
Matt, you probably know this already, but that link to ground up show is not working. This was a great podcast. I found camaraderie in a men's chorus when I moved (at 52) to a new town half-way across the world. There's a special magic to work with a diverse group of men towards a common goal, in my case an artistic expression. Keep up the great work!
Joseph McCrossan (3 months ago)
This was so interesting to listen to this and I learnt a lot
Joseph McCrossan (3 months ago)
Went to try and sub to your new channel but it's telling me that the channel can not be found =/
Larkin Jackson (3 months ago)
Ever since the New Year your channel has not shown up in my sub feed. I hit the Bell... Missed you sir.
The Questioner (3 months ago)
I'm a girl and I totally support this. A lot of guys I know are not expressive, as if they were robots, and when they do they are shy about it. Please, be you.
Nerd (3 months ago)
Good choice to move the ground up show to another channel. :) Both are good, but they are very different and it is weird getting the ground up videos in my sub feed when I am used to your other videos. Also when you see some of the other youtube greats this is what they do. And look at big companies that brand out for every product. Smart. :)
josh (3 months ago)
I’m trying to work on myself and heal from the pain others have caused me I’m not perfect myself but I know I’m a good person and I’m just staying strong 🙏🏽❤️
Mandy Ashley (3 months ago)
This was amazing. I love that, without being a filmmaker, a digital artist, musician or a guy in this industry or some awesome motivational mentor, I as a female hairstylist can take away a monumental amount of information and inspiration from your podcasts and the amazing people who have arrived to share this knowledge. Thank you, Matt. Ps. If you know a womens version of this man that would be amazing! Haha
Abhay Shirole (3 months ago)
I usually get laughed at when I talk about mental health issues, especially with other men. I am so happy to see this!
Jeewoong Chang (13 days ago)
I have a different experience but the fact that I'm in a circle of shameless libtards (me included) probably has something to do with it.
PratikAte (15 days ago)
I'm really happy this topic is seeing the light of day
Victoria Argañaras (3 months ago)
I just wished your podcasts could have Spanish subtitles. I want to share them but I'm the only only one that speak English fluently in my group of friends. I hope in the future it could be possible. Love your content!
Samuel Castro (3 months ago)
Hey dude I am happy to watch all your vids really I enjoy a lot and at the same time I improve my English language Skill. Viejo mucha gracias!!! Sigue hacia adelante. Hope you can understand me in spanish.
Jacob Meen (3 months ago)
I'm trying so hard to fight toxic masculinity within my friendship group! I'm not doing much but I make a lot of uncomfortable conversation and then ask why it's so bad. Every little thing helps even if I get shit for it lmao. Hopefully the future is so much better for mens emotions cause I think emotions get so much shit for just existing when they're inevitable
Annlaug Maria Tolo (3 months ago)
Ti old at 35?!35 is late in life?? No way! I've needed every year until now to become even half able to really do the cool stuff! Learning skills, learning from life: it takes time! At 35/40we are in our skill and life prime. I belive the most important years in life are the years between 40 and 60. During this time we are physically maybe still young enough to enjoy life and move and have fun and yet we are old enough to hopefully have learnt a lot from life.
Akshay M (3 months ago)
Hey Matt.. I have fallen in love with yr vloggs...i immediately subscribed 👋....u r an inspiration 💙.. thumbs up , from Delhi (India)💖💖
Jonathan Poon (3 months ago)
only noticed the framed Dwayne Johnson picture after 39 mins, i guess that means the video was good
Alec Butler (3 months ago)
This video reminded me of how some of us run from our problems and even our emotions when its not healthy. A lot of us run from self disclosure because really it is scary to disclose and at times its a lot easier to just let it fester and not do anything about it.
Amy (3 months ago)
Alec Butler Seeing your comment made me think about those who use drugs or alcohol to numb their feelings/emotions. I myself am not a user or addict, but I do try to hold compassion for those who have been down that road. Life isn’t easy, especially if you bring mental illness into the mix as it heightens your emotional state sometimes
Ranek Inpinewoods (3 months ago)
What are you a FAAAAAAAG!?
Bastian S. (3 months ago)
out of all the podcasts i listen to, jesus christ, this is my favourite! amazing talks :)
June Twenty (3 months ago)
László Hajba (3 months ago)
Here is a very specific view of men's health and touch deprivation which might be an interesting read for both straight and gay men: https://medium.com/@remakingmanhood/touch-isolation-how-homophobia-has-robbed-all-men-of-touch-239987952f16
Simon Leon (3 months ago)
Matt are you going to move all the podcast overthere even those you already posted here?
Jay Jay Jay (3 months ago)
Excellent podcast and subject matter. Big thumbs up.
Shruthi Rao (3 months ago)
First thing I loved your channel is there is noooooooooo advertisement♥️😀😀😂👍
Sage Snaphunt (3 months ago)
I am 22 and turning 23 this year. I stopped giving a shit on the thoughts negative self-image early in life. Hope it turns out great.
Colin Webb (3 months ago)
Such an important topic. Thank you for making this.
J J (3 months ago)
american culture is so closed. Western culture in general is closed. not much interaction with neighbors or families. No one cares for others much. Just very closed to seek help and give help. We need to go back to our basic human instincts and reach out to people to ask for help and give help.
theasikeTV (8 days ago)
J J you know, I am from Kazakhstan, which is Asia and I can’t really say that our culture is so opened
Thomas M Webster (22 days ago)
thats why other places in the world with 4rd world poverty have a better happiness rate and physical health record than us!
Thomas M Webster (22 days ago)
hear hear mate!!
Living Image (3 months ago)
This was an important episode for me. Never was in touch with my emotions but seeing groups like this exist makes me want to change. Might be seeing myself in one of these soon. Thanks Matt and thanks to your guest Dan.
Samm Sidney (3 months ago)
What Microphones does he use for the podcasts? Amazon Link anybody?
Samm Sidney (3 months ago)
+Colby Spring-Morash thank you very much bro.
Colby Spring-Morash (3 months ago)
Shure SM7B Dynamic Microphone
Joe Stois (3 months ago)
This was fantastic. Something that really captivated me and aligned with what I have going on right now. Much appreciated.
Nikita Koynov (3 months ago)
Alone at Home (3 months ago)
If you suffer from any mental barriers hopefully this can help at least one person. https://tinyurl.com/y8uvz6nd
Alfaaz Kurban (3 months ago)
Like your contents! Keep the good work up it is very interesting!
Daniel_81 (3 months ago)
to be honest ....I have never felt comfortable in a group of men....I feel way more easy when women are around as they are often more open and less competitive than men...plus straight men just do not share their emotions or feelings very willingly, and as a gay men I often felt cut out from their "world"...
jz4461 (2 months ago)
Have you read No More Mr. Nice Guy by Dr. Robert Glover? What you describe is a key signal of being a Nice Guy. It's a great book.
NPC 01001011 (2 months ago)
Unless they're feminist
Thinking of A Name (3 months ago)
Daniel_81 what do u mean by exceptions?
Daniel_81 (3 months ago)
+Thinking of A Name I can understand from where you are coming from. I guess different upbringings, different experiences and a different mind/body set, make such a huge difference in the way we perceive ouselves and the others. I have always felt prone to communicate and embrace the other ....and often men, gay and straight men alike, seem not equipped to operate in this way...I also believe that there are for sure plenty of exceptions :-). All the best man!
Thinking of A Name (3 months ago)
Daniel_81 I’ve always felt u comfortable around guys, always assume one guy wants to fight, this is my social anxiety lmao, I always have to be ready to fight if there’s ever a bigger guy around, taller or musclier and I’m instantly on the defensive. I can feel fine in a group of friends obviously. But I’ve never been comfortable around girls, now this is coming from a guy who had no mother and was thrown Into boys only schools since 10, so u can understand why I wouldn’t be comfortable.
Phil Schultz (3 months ago)
Such a great topic. I lost it when I found out he’s from North Dakota. That’s where I’m living now!
Ryan Finkbiner (3 months ago)
This one makes me uncomfortable and likely for the very reason it's been recorded. *deep cleansing breaths*
Stewart Hines (3 months ago)
Gotta say, I love that you say "ground up show" and "ground up show" pops onto the screen in the bottom left as you speak it. Well done.
I'm bias, but this is my favorite podcast so far!
josh (3 months ago)
Depression Talks With Immanuel true same we should have a phone call about it are you from the uk?
+josh Mental health is a subject that's VERY close to my heart. So anytime it's talked about, I'm in favor of it
josh (3 months ago)
Depression Talks With Immanuel why are you bias ?
Chris Ofsthun (3 months ago)
Scared Folks (3 months ago)
I just watched this guy on JRE yesterday, what a coincidence! Opening up about my Mental Health has been very hard but has helped me a lot to hear other people are going through the same thing and wanted to share it as well but were to afraid to mention it. Men aren't really allowed to be depressed or anxious in our society but that's not fair. Its very humbling when you see how many men have mental health issues and we're not as alone as we may think we are.
Alex Hansen (3 months ago)
You're looking buff, Matt. No homo.
Alexis Claudio (3 months ago)
I watch all of your videos Matt, they are all so Inspirational, educational & entertaining. Thank you Matt!
Shreyas Raghavan (3 months ago)
Omg do till the 100th podcast here and then switch over to the new channel😂 (adding to the confusion ;)
Jason Thompson (3 months ago)
Fuuuuuuuuuu... Why are the podcast topics always on time Matt!!! 😁👊🏽💯
Robert Kinski (3 months ago)
I'm writing this comment in the half of this podcast, crying like a baby understanding the background of the state that I am in right now. Perfect timing Matt, it opened my eyes. I suppose it's time to open my mouth now. Thanks for great work.
Benji Simson (3 months ago)
+Robert Kinski you've got this g <3
Robert Kinski (3 months ago)
It ended up in my fiance telling me that she loves me but she's not sure whether she wants to stay with me. Fuck this is a great start of the year...
Mohamed Omar (3 months ago)
I love your podcast but I had to cut this ep off early, it was overtly heteronormative.
Kristen Lionheart (3 months ago)
I wish all YouTubers were as organized as yours. Many of my favorite YouTubers post everything on the same channel, and frankly, I don't care about their families or children. I just want to see their organization tips.
Mateusz Kazberuk (3 months ago)
What a fantastic episode! Great insight to our issue, brilliant ideas and such a good flow in your conversation this time! Thank you for making it! It brang a lot of thoughts in to my mind. I have also noticed what I have to work on and how I can help in my community.
Mtg Csual (3 months ago)
You look so bored bro..haha
Temuun D (3 months ago)
Dan, you are more the welcome to come here to Mongolia!!!
Marga (3 months ago)
I'm sooo glad to see such a video up! I always encourage the men in my life to talk about how they feel and try to provide a safe space for that (without pushing of course). It helps so much and I hope a mentality like this spreads more and more.
TheSquadsGoalsYT (3 months ago)
why am I subscribed to you, I have never watched this channel before.
Hide Myass (3 months ago)
TheSquadsGoalsYT bye
WhenIGoCrazy0 (3 months ago)
What ? Lol thts crazy 😂😂😂
Mahmoud Tokura (3 months ago)
Wow, is about time some said this things. When i lost my daughter, people told me that my wife had more right to grief than i did so i should forget my pain and "be there for her", when all i really wanted to do was sit in corner and cry. The world is so confusing for men these days. So much Flipping expectations from everyone around us. Wife expectations, mother expectations living up to dads idea of what a man should be. Having to be chivalrous all the fucking time is so tiring. Dealing with a partner that believes her issues are more important than yours The fear of being called lazy. The fear of walking away from a marriage that some of us hate because we don't want to be known as the "father that walked out" or "see our kids hurt". Every fucking thing is a mans fault. And who the fuck decided what it means to be a "real man" anyway. I cant even talk about my issues without it devolving into a "gender slug-fest", it always ends with "Women have it worse". Rather than viewing every fucking thing trough the gender lens, how about we view everything through the humanize lens. If a person is hurting (Man or Woman) just help that person. Don't wait until he or she becomes suicidal before their issues become important.
Paul LeMay (3 months ago)
Thank you for sharing another great podcast. 😎🇨🇦❄️
Takeshi Kovacs (3 months ago)
Its really refreshing to find quality content like this on youtube between all the clickbait videos which are exactly 10 minutes long to get some revenue. Its like most people dont even try anymore and dont do the videos because they love what they do, but to get a few bucks. Thanks for beeing you.
*I think one day you'll find that you're the hero you've been looking for. ×*
Tzvi Shalmiev (3 months ago)
Enlightening podcast, thanks for both of you. *thumbsup*
Cecily Erker (3 months ago)
A lot of men are deeply traumatized from unhealthy childhood family dynamics and need most of their adulthood to unpack it and heal from it if they even gain awareness of it. If you don’t gain awareness of it and heal it from within, you will perpetuate the abuse that was inflicted on you when you couldn’t defend yourself. Don’t feel bad for being a man, just take full responsibility for your actions and their consequences. You must live and love authentically and let go of the fear of loss that compels you to lie or hide.
Bball Biopic (22 days ago)
Vegeta SAN that’s great I’m pleased you’ve already implemented some of these that help me too. We are social creatures so getting out and talking to people and socialising is very important, isolation and loneliness is the worst as your with your own thoughts. Same with school or work keeping yourself busy can sometimes be the best thing. If you ever need a chat, feel free I’m here man :)
OpZii •YT (22 days ago)
Bball Biopic yes I read it made me feel a lot better someone took there time to help me thx a lot for everything you wrote it means a lot. But don’t worry I’m not backing down that easily😁 I’m attending school more and doing exercise. Also I have been going out more and been watching a bunch of motivation videos which has helped me a lot. And I think I know what I want to do for my future. Thank you for everything really appreciate it. GOD BLESS YOU🙏🏽 And I will take on all your advice. Once again thx🙏🏽
Bball Biopic (22 days ago)
Vegeta SAN coming out of depression can be difficult. If anything you need to find something you love doing if it’s baseball focus yourself into that find a hobby, something that excites you and do it. Eating, exercising and sleep can really help you to feel better even if you start off slow just 30 minutes a day can be great for your mental health. Lastly something I have found major benefit in stabilising my mood and not getting too low is nofap sounds strange but this can really effect your hormones and mood. Lastly caffeine can effect your anxiety and can make you more anxious and obviously stay away from alcohol. I would say try coming off the meds allow yourself to overcome these emotions, talk to people you trust about how you feel. Lastly time is a healer it won’t happen overnight but putting good habits into place can build your resilience snap out of he depression cycle and hopefully not return. If you read this, I wish you the best of luck and hope you overcome this, take care. :)
OpZii •YT (1 month ago)
Hi 👋 I’m 17 years old and I’m going through a lot. I didn’t want the internet to know this but I need more motivation lots of people motivate me and it seems like it isn’t working. I have depression and it’s sad I’m not going to school which is the worst thing you could do. I used to play baseball a year ago and left it, feel like depression took over. And everything I do I feel like not doing it. I also feel extremely bad when I’m in the house or outside because I don’t have my depression peels. Please help me. I feel like if I overcome this mentality killer I would find my future and succeed. It’s really hard especially for my age and any feedbacks are gladly appreciated.
Dream Scorcher (3 months ago)
Love your comment. It's lack of education and understanding that makes people never accept that they have something wrong about themselves that prevents them from healing themselves and hence the trauma continues through generations.
Haylz Aldz (3 months ago)
My most favourite podcast episode by far!! Just awesome content and ideas!!!
Beauty Beholder (3 months ago)
This is such an incredibly important topic. I wish there’s one for women as well because contrary to believe, women are not that great at expressing ourselves in an appropriate and effective way either. We also avoid talking about how we feel because we are so afraid of hurting other people’s feelings. I also feel that there’s not enough sharing between the sexes that we often misunderstand each other. Understanding men really helped me in understanding the other half. Great show, Matt!
Mandy Ashley (3 months ago)
Yes I totally agree!
The REAPER Blog (3 months ago)
as an audio person I can't take my eyes off the microphone. I've never seen an SM7B without filter switches on the back. That is really strange to see. BTW there are lots of low frequency thumps that are distracting
Paulooping (3 months ago)
Thanks matt for this video!
Ruben Medel (3 months ago)
This episode was great!! This actually seems like the mastermind groups. Thanks Matt!! I'm really interested on create one of this type of groups.
karma (3 months ago)
Mainstream vs Matt D'Avella
Ahmed Khames (3 months ago)
"You know?" . Love the content Matt "you know" I subscribed this morning "you know". JK I really appreciate Dan and his work.
Jennie M (3 months ago)
I think this has been my favorite episode that I've watched so far. Really important information and articulated very well.
Katie Nemaric (3 months ago)
Hey Matt, if you have time (I know you are v busy) you could consider editing together the highlights of all your previous episodes and call them Espresso Episodes or something haha! That way you can upload all your original previous content to the new Ground Up channel. But mainly, it would be good because I subscribed to you after you had already made 70 episodes and although I don't have heaps of time to go watch them all, I would love to see highlights of them in 70 different episodes. It could also be good for you because you can get content on the channel without production-time-investment only editing time. Probs could help your algorithm with uploads, plus the newer subscribers won't have seen the content yet, like me. Would love highlights!! Love from Melb, Australia
shaunak deshpande (3 months ago)
Brady Wade (3 months ago)
My dream would be to star on this podcast one day. ✊
Cody Clips (3 months ago)
Can you start putting your podcast audio on Spotify? I tend to listen to most podcast up there and I can turn my screen off. I love the podcast just wanna have it in a more convenient place to listen Thanks
Dara Gm (3 months ago)
Cody Clips (3 months ago)
+Ilan Michel link?
Cody Clips (3 months ago)
+Dara Gm link?
Ilan Michel (3 months ago)
Cody Clips it is on spotify
Dara Gm (3 months ago)
Cody Clips it is on Spotify actually! I listen there a lot of the time.

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