The FMP is a short form podcast/polycast style audio series, that focuses on unique ideas or topics. Some things that just doesn't get talked about much, such as the future of social media, or perhaps I get overwhelmed with excitement about a topic. In one cause Notion or Nootropics for example.
The first season of The Polymath Polycast is an amalgamation of all of the audio content I had made up to that point. From the U.L.C. and OmniContent, all the way to the FMP first episodes. The latter being recorded on Anchor, and then painstakingly moved to Podcast.co when I joined it all together.
The next few seasons have more of a flow with the start of interviews, more OmniContent, and even medium length #Polycasts.
A Quick Rundown of the Series:
Since this is a new OmniBlog/PolyCast series I wanted to just kickstart it by sharing my intentions. I find that since my seasons don't have a set order of episodes for the most part; The likelihood of you or other subsribers finding my old episodes remains low.
However given that 80% of ALL of my content in the PolyInnovator Ecosystem is "evergreen", it means that no matter when you check out a post that it should still be relevant. Some details may not stick as well as if it was fresh, but me talking about Notion back in 2020 is still an interesting topic.
Or how Decentralized systems and platforms work, which is ever more important now. Maybe more so, since the Web3 is around the corner.
The way this post is structured is Title, embed of episode, maybe a description if calls for it, and the link to it.
Oh man this one is interesting because even back in January 6th of 2020, I was trying to create 100 pieces of content a day. Even further back since my ideal of the OmniContent was planned for 2019 even.
Being omnichannel and micro-content was the goal, and this episode talked more about a blockchain tool that no longer exists it seems. However the idea I wanted to share was that creating content for the blockchain in addition to traditional media platforms.
Zigurat / Smart City Development Degree
Literally my biggest motivator for starting PolyInnovator in the FIRST PLACE, was to document my journey through the Modular Degree or DIY Degree as I called it at the time.
I made that DIY degree because I couldn't find one for the topics I wanted to learn for my future career. That being working in Smart City Development. In around 2019 I found Zigurat in Spain that had a masters level degree in that field. I was super convinced in taking it. Although I was still trying to figure out how, and understand myself as why I was so excited.
Something that has always near and dear to my heart is that of philosophy. Zen is an interesting one as it has so many instances of common sense, that it is surprising how little sense most people have, including myself.
I found the Koans to be really intriguing, and I even thought about making an episode for each one. Maybe I still should.
The mindset of "emptying the cup", is something I employed later on when starting to do interviews on the PolyCast, so that my mind could be open!
What areas in life do we find progression, what actions or events bring us forward in our story?
Speaking of actions, the habits and systems of our life define the mental connections we have. Connecting the dots of neurons, and even the idea of connecting the dots looking forward is a topic I recently touched on.
I fail every day at my emotions, but I am confident in myself because I know that. However most people do not seem to be aware that emotions are taking control. The angry driver, the impatient person in queue, or even the emotional worker being mistreated.
The emotions that come are natural, and shouldn't be suppressed. However they do need to be understood, and the first thing to do is BE AWARE.
Notion (Second Brain)
Even two freaking years ago I was still obsessed with Notion for the concept of a second brain or life os, and this was the start of the PolyInnovation Operating System.
Obsessed for Success
It was around this time when I was making the first Fireside Micro-PolyCasts, that I also made corresponding Fireside Codex entries as well. As my mindset when creating either is slightly different, which gives the pieces a bit more context than either alone.
Trash or Treasure?
We waste so much in our global society, that is is honestly disgusting. People starve yet we throw away countless tons of food.
Not to mention commerce like Gamestop that literally destroy product that doesn't sell.
Learning about my own waves of FLOW, and the sprints of focus.
I have always sort of known where I wanted to go, just not how to get there.
Sharing the love of extroversion basically.
The duality of being a tech lover, but also being so into minimalism. How that plays out in my life.
A surprisingly super interesting episode. The underlying flow of the universe.
Future of Social Media
Future nodes of content for decentralized platforms. Perhaps DAOs now that I know about that concept/tool, it applies to my original hypothesis of the future of Social media.
In retrospect maybe I should have given these more interesting names or titles. Perhaps I'll go back and update them with more SEO optimized titles lol. However the point was quick share an idea while it was still fresh, and since I think I had to make the title before description. There was a rush to share more through text I guess!
A Start of Something New
I believe that every piece of content can be repurposed in some way, and while I wouldn't think a compilation of these micro-episodes would be ideal. The concept of a listicle does fit the concept well.
I have all of the seasons planned for release in the coming weeks, so look forward to seeing those too!
Each one of these I try to add more details, retrospectives, and sharing more on the thoughts going through my head when making them!
Plus it helps to consolidate them all in one place too.