Mark Steadman has a lot going on. He helps people make podcasts (that sound better than this one), he writes fiction for kids and adults, he edits a newsletter, he improvises, he plays the piano (pretty well) and the guitar (very badly). His mum would say he's running out of pies to keep fingers in.
Join Mark on a journey through life’s gentle inclines, and try not to get too tangled up in tangents.
This is the latest in Mark’s continued exploration of the journal podcast, so if you don’t know or like him, you’d probably be happier listening to something a little more considered.
But if you’re up for lacing up and heading out, Mark will always be glad of your company.
Record more voice notes
In which I remind you that your voice is a splendid thing, and it's nice to hear messages from people in their own tongue.
Also a little life update from the last couple of weeks.
Life stationary – an update from the kitchen
I'm not outside today, but I've still got lots of things to share!
Bramble is alive
Just a quick one to let you know that Inside Bramble, the audio diary for my new media hosting platform is now up. You can search your podcast app for Inside Bramble or hear episode one on the web.
Proof of life
I’m still alive. Here’s a little of what’s been going on, and what’s to come.
40 just happened to me
It’s snowing and I’m out here talking about turning 40, managing my attention, and continuing my plan to earn £10k a month.
How I plan to make £10,000 a month
It started with me having some down time and brainstorming around goals. It finished with a new higher ticket community offering and a bold sales target.
By this time next year, I plan to be making £10,000 a month. Follow along to see how I succeed; or fall on my arse.
Friendly, Funny & Absolutely Heart-Warming
Mark’s voice has a soothing nature to it, as does his willingness to laugh at himself - it makes me feel less alone in how I view the world, & feel my way through it. His candid, cheery perspective is a ray of hope that I look forward to many others enjoying.