282: Answering 28.2 Questions About The Show And My Perspective

We switch it up on The Armen Show every so often. On this episode #282, I will be answering 28.2 questions about myself and the show, as far as my perspective and responses as though I am being interviewed. I find it to be fairly informative.

The first 9 questions, and one later one, are made up by myself, and the other 19 questions are taken from a 19 Podcast Interview Questions article online. It is a mix of my own material and that from outside.

Here are the questions answered on the show:

  1. When did you start this podcast?
  2. What does it mean to you to have a podcast?
  3. What kinds of topics do you most like to cover on the show?
  4. How does a podcast work?
  5. What are some goals you have for the show?
  6. What styles of podcasts do you most relate with outside of your own?
  7. How would you describe 2020?
  8. What books do you recommend for someone wanting to read something new?
  9. What do you most like to see for others?
  10. What’s something people seem to misunderstand about you?
  11. What should I ask you that I didn’t know enough to ask?
  12. What is something you have learned in the past year that has been important?
  13. Tell me about a patient that touched your heart, and tell me about a patient that changed your practice.
  14. What makes you feel inspired or like your best self?
  15. What is one thing that your program did for your client that you didn’t expect?
  16. If you could have a billboard with anything on it, what would it be and why?
  17. If you could turn back the time and talk to your 18-year old self, what would you tell him/her?
  18. If in 150 years sciences fails to save us & all that is left is a book about your life….What would the title be and what would the blurb tell us about “INSERT NAME”.
  19. What does being Ridiculously Human mean to you?
  20. If you had £100million to spend on health tech and no red tape, how would you spend it
  21. What’s the most important thing you’ve learned in your life? What was your life like before learning it? What was your life like after learning it?
  22. What is your best tip for making the world a better place?
  23. If you can do anything to improve health and healthcare in rural America, what would you do?
  24. If I could remove all barriers and constraints what project would you do and would you want to be known only by that project
  25. What is the best compliment you have ever received?
  26. How would your parents describe what you do for a living?
  27. If you could have dinner with any 3 people dead or alive who would it be and why?
  28. What would you pick for a last meal?
    28.2. This 0.2 questions is in the show~

It is almost like a self-interview. We mix it up here on the show, and sometimes we reach from sources outside of the show. Glad to have you as a listener.