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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I love this tip: "When we first moved onto the podcast I made a point of writing down every single suggestion that listeners gave to us and in a month that list was 300 items long, which was no longer useful to anyone. I became more selective about which things to put on the list. We get a lot of suggestions that are great and then we get some that are so specific to a particular person that it would not work. Or it’s something that we can’t find information about. That happens a lot. I became a lot more selective about curating that list and that’s a list that I turn to pretty often when I’m choosing a topic. I also imagine the world of subject matter as a giant dartboard with the stuff that we’ve talked about recently covered up, and just throwing a dart at the board to find something outside of that area to make sure we get a broad selection of topics." I would love to be more informed by the interests of the members of GOOD. What do you think is the best way to reach out to people to ask them about what they want to see on our site?