Anyhumans is a collective initiative within the “discover” phase of the process, aimed at capturing the thoughts of anyone willing to share their fundamental beliefs on their present understanding of good, life purpose, and problem solving approaches.
Anyone is welcome to either share their own thoughts (i.e., sign up to be a guest) or ask a friend or colleague (i.e., act as a host) using the structure below. The conversations will be recorded (video or audio, chosen by the guest) and compiled into podcast episodes.
Anyone averse to interviews may instead send in self-recorded answers to any questions.
Below are audio snippets from three recent conversations:
Due to a certain level of vulnerability involved and the importance of maintaining appropriate privacy, the full episode recordings will be accessible only to committed members of the community (i.e., those who also commit to share their own responses to the same questions), but guests have the option to designate segments of their episodes that can be open to the general public.
The following is a general structure for each episode:
|Bio and background of guest (by host)||1-2 mins|
|Personal introductions by guests||2-3 mins|
|Part 1. Host asks guest(s) a series of optional questions |
(see the list here) to be selected by guest in advance
|Part 2. Host asks guest(s) to talk about their “raison d’être” |
(see specific questions here)
|Concluding pitch/call to action |
(option for screensharing, providing links to resources)
Total estimated podcast episode time: 20-25 mins
If you would like to be a guest on this podcast, please schedule a time using Calendly. To send in your self-recorded answers or to pose these foundational questions to a friend, colleague, or family member, please email firstname.lastname@example.org at any time. Please be sure to follow the project on substack and spread word about it in your network. Thank you in advance for your interest!
Cover image was generated using this DALL·E 2 prompt: “An impressionist painting of a very old man in a brown hat with a long beard, holding a microphone, answering a question for a podcast, with plants in the background”