Should you podcast or make videos?

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Tim Ferriss's advice on starting a business or podcast | Tim Ferriss

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The first 500 people to sign up will receive a 2-month free trial. Go to: to start your trial now! In this episode, we go back to the beginning of time to explore the ancient Sumerian civilization and attempt to uncover all of the mysteries surrounding them. We also take a look at the ancient astronaut theory proposed by Zecharia Sitchin which includes the fascinating tales of the Anunnaki and the planet Nibiru. Could this explain where we came from as well as how we have the knowledge about life that we do today? Sumerian Discussion Starts: 21:15 We'd LOVE for you to Subscribe to MHP for more episodes: SUPPORT MHP by leaving a rating or review on iTunes :) Links: CLOUD N9NE Products *Make sure you enter promo code MileHigher at checkout for 20% OFF Order* Get 10% off MONQ via this link Intro/Outro: Marshmello - Silence Ft. Khalid Redbone - Childish Gambino Welcome to the Mile Higher Podcast hosted by Kendall Rae and Joshledore. We created this podcast with the sole purpose of opening minds and sharing information about a wide range of topics that often doesn't get mentioned by the mainstream media. These topics include current events, true crime, science, mysteries, conspiracy theories, and of course aliens. Consider supporting our podcast and channels by becoming a Patron at Thanks to our STELLAR PATRONS for their continued support! Joscelin B Elizabeth B Rebekah H Brittni M Salena M Marie C Jake C Gavin P Raja B Kaileyn M Ben S Subscribe to this channel for new podcasts EVERY MONDAY and prepare to take your mind a mile higher! Listen to the podcast at or on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, and TuneIn! You can also listen at You can follow us on all the things: Instagram: YouTube: Kendall: IG: TW: YT: Vlog Channel: Josh: IG: TW: YT: ✉ Send Us Mail✉ Josh & Kendall 8700 E JEFFERSON AVE PO Box 372061 DENVER, CO 80237

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Behind-the-scenes GEAR video:

You’re starting to realize that while writing blog posts is nice, and engaging with your audience on Facebook and Twitter is great, you really need to start expanding and reaching your audience in new and more engaging ways that will hold their attention for more than a few seconds.

Right now, podcasts and videos are big. But which one is better? What should you branch out to next?

I’m going to break down the pros and cons of podcasts and videos, which one is better, and where you should start. You'll also get to see all of the gear I use.

Canon 5D Mark III
Canon 35mm f1.4 L
Lilliput 7-inch LCD Monitor
Rode NTG3 Shotgun Microphone
Zoom H4N Recorder
Shure SM7B
Logic Pro X

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