Casting Broadly At Brothers Campfire

Hello, Benjamin from Brothers Campfire here!

So, with the encouragement of the


a former radio broadcaster,

and a movie star,

I tried what I think is called a live podcast.

It is short, at two and a half minutes long and I mostly speak about my insecurities.

Being live, and afraid of what people would think, I couldn’t continue.

This is kind of funny, because my food video was a piece of cake…. I mean, bologna.

Live is real.

Really real. So real that if I try again I am probably going to keep it unlisted and right here at Brothers Campfire.

Author: Benjamin

Benjamin Thiel is a community leader, urban farmer, and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. He might know a guy...

34 thoughts on “Casting Broadly At Brothers Campfire

  1. For the Love of Books says:

    You need to relax and just be you. You can pull it off. On top of that you should go public with this. People like real. You might be surprised at the response you get. My guess is your podcast will grow even faster than your blog. People love you, they will love you even more in person. I’m an experienced viewer, I know these things. I’m a podcast junkie. lol

      1. Cassa Bassa says:

        It was still humorous, It brought me joy. It was hard to balance safety and new attempt. I am glad you drove safely. 😁

  2. mattsnyder1970 says:

    Ben you have a calm cadence to your voice, I think you could comander a podcast or a livecast via YouTube just don’t do another while driving. As I said before don’t be so hard on yourself, your voice is perfectly fine 😁 said the podcaster who you consider to be world famous.

  3. Terveen Gill says:

    You did great! Enjoyed both videos. And yes, a mix of Kermit and Ernie. Brought back good memories. Haha! Keep going! 🙂

  4. Adelheid says:

    Your voice definitely doesn’t sound like Kermit, although I love Kermit. You did great! 😉😉😉

  5. Herb says:

    Good job, I thought. I’m not sure if doing it while driving should be a regular thing but you have seen some pretty interesting things on your drives to and from work, so I don’t know.


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