I ask simple questions regarding complex subjects.
After all, in a Sea of Same, Weird Wins!
Weird Wins Podcast
Weird Wins Podcast
Weird Wins is a conversation exploring what makes an individual tick and what lies behind their passion. It champions the ‘weird’ in everyone – because, after all, in a sea of same Weird Wins. This podcast is an exercise in communication by Andrew Backhouse Design and always has the guests best intentions at heart.
On each episode, the exact same six questions are asked to the differing guests and a conversation will hopefully flow out of it.
At the end of every four months, four more episodes will be published.
Weird Wins commenced 1st May, 2021.
Season 1, Episode 4 | 32min
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About Weird Wins
- I need to demonstrate I’m a good communicator to potential clients and to existing clients
- I need to brush up on communication skills for work and as a human
I have had a few thoughts about starting a Spoken Word podcast in the past. These thoughts have been with me for a few months although I’ve been mulling them over, with no real direction.
I hope to become a better communicator and podcasting is a good avenue to explore this.
Whilst this podcast will set out to push the host, it will not be an exercise in vanity; there are under currents in the motivation for the podcast in that the side effect of Weird Wins is to celebrate weirdness and the creative flair that resides therein.
Meet The Host
This podcast will enable me to become a better communicator. I hope to break down a few barriers to who I am and also let people get to know me. Joining me on the journey will be the people I hang out with and know well. Hopefully we will be joined by people volunteering their time along the way… I started Weird Wins to make myself a better communicator. After all, what is Web Design if it isn’t in the Communication Trade?
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Like a lot of UX Designers my path into the field wasn’t exactly a linear one and hopefully this podcast will enable me to become a better communicator.