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Danny Koordi of Fabl Productions talks becoming an independent podcast producer in Singapore and taking a leap of faith

Podlovers Asia: All about Asian Podcasting

This time, a quick trip to Singapore to chat with podcast producer Danny Koordi!Danny is a fulltime podcast producer and founder of Fabl Productions, creating narrative shows for clients and companies who want to convey a message in podcast format. I've known Danny since the Asia Podcast Summit last year, and this was a good time to get an update on what he's up to, building up Fabl Productions and more.We talked about:The leap of faith from auditing at KPMG to fulltime podcastingThe mindsets, struggles and worries behind starting your own independent podcast businessWhy countries in Asia are not 'advertiser-ready' yet, plus growing trendsEnjoy!Timestamp02:57 - Meeting with Danny's first client and his origin story5:59 - "He sent a thousand Facebook messages": hearing about Happiness Initiative inspires him9:08 - Leaving KPMG: What was going through Danny's mind?15:32 - Building up Fabl Productions, how Danny captures opportunity17:51 - Danny shares tips on how to dive into podcasting as a business20:07 - "They're not looking for one way, they're looking for the best way" what aspiring podcasters look for in Asia21:00 - Podcasting for money in the short term and McDonalds23:34 - Comparing success to the best podcasters, and Joe Rogan's episode one24:51 - The intangible benefit of podcasting, according to Danny29:00 - What is on Danny's podcast playlist? Renegade Radio!33:50 - What Danny would like to see more of in the Asian podcasting scene?41:26 - BONUS! We chat freeform about my story, random stuff happening podcasting-wise and other shenanigans :)LinksFabl Productions websiteFacebook PageInstagramDanny's social media:LinkedInInstagramTwitterShows Mentioned青春抛物线 (Pillars Of Youth)The Anthropocene ReviewedPlanet MoneyFreakonomicsLike the show?Check us out on Podchaser!Join the discussion on Kyrie!Here's our main website!Buy me a coffee! :)

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30 Apr 2020

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28: Danny Koordi: Screwed up Moments

Psykhe Mental Wellbeing Podcast

In this episode of the Psykhe podcast Hannah is joined by Danny Koordi, host of the Screwed up Moments podcast. We discuss the power of stories of the worst mometns of people's lives and how both telling our own and sharing them can be beneficial. Danny shares the story of Rachel and her experience of psychosis and the stigma associated with mental illness. Danny shares a powerful extract from Julie Yip Williams, "to take an ugly tragedy and transform it into a source of beauty, love, strength, courage and wisdom", and discuss the strength of the human spirit. We also discuss the different types of happiness - everyday and long-term, and the benefits of mindfulness. Mentioned in this episode: Episode 2: Natalie Kristina: Desire doula and relationship renegade Episode 19: Jess Critchlow: The importance of soft skills Episode 21: Cassie Pigg: Postpartum mental health Voices in my Head - Eleanor Longden TED talk Julie Yip Williams How to fail podcast with Elizabeth Day The economics of happiness - Financial Times article My Story with Psychosis: Rachel - The Screwed up Moments Podcast The Happiness Initiative For more information on psychosis visit Rethink Mental Illness. Check out the Screwed up Moments podcast, and connect with Danny on facebook, twitter or instagram.  Follow our host Hannah @hannah.stainer on instagram or on twitter. Follow our podcast @psykhecoaching on instagram, twitter and facebook or visit our website. If you want to join in the discussion, you can also join our private community group on facebook: Psykhe Mental Wellbeing Community. This is a place to connect with like minded individuals who are also wanting to focus on their mental wellbeing. We would love to hear your feedback on the episode so please comment and share if you've enjoyed this episode. Please get in touch with us on socials, @psykhecoaching, and let us know what you think. You can also ask us a question and we will answer one question from a listener each week. Thanks for listening! Psykhe Podcast Team x--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/psykhe/message

54mins

1 Apr 2020

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070: Creating a Career That Fulfills You With Danny Koordi

More Than Corporate

About the Guest:Hello, my name is Danny and I help entrepreneurs and small businesses strengthen their brands by sharing their stories through podcasts. Everyone has a message to sell, a story to tell, or accomplishments to show. Yet, not everyone has the time or the knowledge to do this effectively, I can help show you how.I started podcasting in May 2017 as a way to help Singapore's budding scene develop and flourish. Through my journey I have founded an online community for local independent producers, been featured in the local news, been asked to moderate and be on panels on the subject of podcasting, and was also a judge for the inaugural Asia Podcast Awards 2019.However, it was only in May 2019 that I discovered my true purpose. I was seated in a small room, hunched over at attention. It was an event called Screwed Up Moments organized by the Singaporean Social Enterprise Happiness Initiative. One by one, 3 speakers came up to the front, and opened up about the worst moments in their lives. It was heart-wrenching, moving, and completely absorbing. The entire audience was hanging on their every word, and suddenly this thought came to me:"Why isn't this on a podcast?"After that event, I put together a proposal, went through a bunch of meetings, set a plan and a timeline, started production work, and by Oct 2019 the Screwed Up Moments Podcast was launched, a space where these incredible stories could be found and accessed by anyone online instead of just the people in the live audience.I discovered my purpose then, to help others share their stories through podcasts.On This Episode:Learn the differences between various cultural education systems.Discover the importance of trusting the process.Danny Koordi:E-Mail: dkoordi@fablproductions.comFacebook: facebook.com/fablproductionsInstagram: instagram.com/fablproductionsPodcasts That Danny has Produced:Screwed Up Moments: https://spoti.fi/2ssg8Tj#TRYEVERYTHING: https://spoti.fi/2Rl3MEYEconomical Rice Podcast: https://spoti.fi/2FRgiH1Podcast Spotlight: https://spoti.fi/2QWW2dp Join Amber at Thrive: https://afuhriman--thriveevent.thrivecart.com/thrive-2019-general-admission/Connect with other incredible people looking to break out of the corporate mindset by joining the More Than Corporate Facebook group: http://bit.ly/2MuWn53 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 5mins

23 Mar 2020

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PS#16 Danny Koordi gets interviewed on his own show

Economical Rice Podcast

Welcome to the 16th podcast episode of this side series, the Podcast Spotlight. In this special episode, Effy Yu (wife of the host) interviews Danny Koordi (usual host) about his podcasting journey and what goes on behind the scenes of the Economical Rice Podcast.Economical Rice PodcastIf you don’t know much about the Economical Rice Podcast and the type of content that we produce, then this episode wouldn’t probably be the best place to start. However, for long time listeners curious about what goes on behind the scenes of producing the episodes, then this episode would be the best place to get insight.I’ve been on several other podcasts to talk about the podcast, and over the course of my podcasting journey I’ve been asked on numerous occasions about how I got started and how I produce my show, but oddly enough this interview with Effy interviewing me is likely the most comprehensive set of answers that I’ve ever given. For casual listeners this won’t really make much sense other than to get a deeper perspective from the producer’s side of the podcast, but if you are a budding podcaster there might be some bits of insight that could help you along your own journey. For what it’s worth, if you ever do produce a show, please, please, please, send me a link, I’d love to check it out. =)Some of the episodes we talked about include:The Economics of: Freezing Office Air ConditioningPS#6 Ling Ling talks about The Human Voice and DuolingoP.S. ALSO, I do drop a few updates regarding the podcast, what’s been happening, what’s going to happen, etc, at the end, so if you are listening I hope you will look out for that.99% InvisibleIn this podcast spotlight, I recommended 99% Invisible, a prominent showpiece of the stellar Radiotopia network. The premise of this show is simple. In each episode, enigmatic and super nerdy host Roman Mars (pictured above) looks into how elements of design are integrated into our daily lives. On the surface they are deep dives into why buildings or roads are structured a certain way, the practicality and functionality of household items like clothing and furniture, and so on. But at its core, much like the vaunted Freakonomics, 99% Invisible is more than just about the esoteric or hidden nature of its subject matter. In fact, I would argue that the real strength of the show is in it’s storytelling ability. How it finds relatable threads through every episode, how it weaves rich narratives, and how it is able to hook in any listener from the seemingly niche topic of design.Besides this, the execution is what I would consider as the Podcasting Gold Standard in narrative storytelling. Each episode is interspersed with all these moving parts of sound beds, sound effects, music, interviews, producer discussions that I’m somewhat baffled about how it all comes together in such a clean and polished way. This is one of the podcasts that fed my early craze with the medium, and truthfully speaking I really couldn’t have stumbled across a better option out there.In fact, the episode that I recommend here is one of my all time favorite podcast episodes, and it is exemplary of all the things that I’ve mentioned above. I’m surprised that it took 16 editions of the podcast spotlight before we finally go to 99% Invisible, but I’m glad to be the one to introduce it nonetheless. You can check out the episode here.Music by:Pandrezz: Takin’ you for a rideBroke for Free: Beyond DazedSpecial thanks to my wife Effy for being on the episode. I initially wanted to interview her but she insisted that this would be something more substantial. In any case, I actually thought she did a great job with the questions and the conversation! I might actually make a podcaster out of her yet. Also, if you’ve listened to the end of the episode, yes the Podcast Spotlight will be going on hiatus. It has been a truly gratifying ride, but other projects take precedent at the moment. Will it return? Who knows? Maybe? We shall see.The post PS#16 Danny Koordi gets interviewed on his own show appeared first on Economical Rice Podcast.

1hr 3mins

16 Aug 2019

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PS16 Danny Koordi gets interviewed on his own show

Economical Rice Podcast

Welcome to the 16th podcast episode of this side series, the Podcast Spotlight. In this special episode, Effy Yu (wife of the host) interviews Danny Koordi (usual host) about his podcasting journey and what goes on behind the scenes of the Economical Rice Podcast.If you don't know much about the Economical Rice Podcast and the type of content that we produce, then this episode wouldn't probably be the best place to start. However, for long time listeners curious about what goes on behind the scenes of producing the episodes, then this episode would be the best place to get insight.I've been on several other podcasts to talk about the podcast, and over the course of my podcasting journey I've been asked on numerous occasions about how I got started and how I produce my show, but oddly enough this interview with Effy interviewing me is likely the most comprehensive set of answers that I've ever given. For casual listeners this won't really make much sense other than to get a deeper perspective from the producer's side of the podcast, but if you are a budding podcaster there might be some bits of insight that could help you along your own journey. For what it's worth, if you ever do produce a show, please, please, please, send me a link, I'd love to check it out. =)Some of the episodes we talked about include:The Economics of: Freezing Office Air ConditioningPS#6 Ling Ling talks about The Human Voice and DuolingoP.S. ALSO, I do drop a few updates regarding the podcast, what's been happening, what's going to happen, etc, at the end, so if you are listening I hope you will look out for that.99% InvisibleIn this podcast spotlight, I recommended 99% Invisible, a prominent showpiece of the stellar Radiotopia network. The premise of this show is simple. In each episode, enigmatic and super nerdy host Roman Mars (pictured above) looks into how elements of design are integrated into our daily lives. On the surface they are deep dives into why buildings or roads are structured a certain way, the practicality and functionality of household items like clothing and furniture, and so on. But at its core, much like the vaunted Freakonomics, 99% Invisible is more than just about the esoteric or hidden nature of its subject matter. In fact, I would argue that the real strength of the show is in it's storytelling ability. How it finds relatable threads through every episode, how it weaves rich narratives, and how it is able to hook in any listener from the seemingly niche topic of design.Besides this, the execution is what I would consider as the Podcasting Gold Standard in narrative storytelling. Each episode is interspersed with all these moving parts of sound beds, sound effects, music, interviews, producer discussions that I'm somewhat baffled about how it all comes together in such a clean and polished way. This is one of the podcasts that fed my early craze with the medium, and truthfully speaking I really couldn't have stumbled across a better option out there.In fact, the episode that I recommend here is one of my all time favorite podcast episodes, and it is exemplary of all the things that I've mentioned above. I'm surprised that it took 16 editions of the podcast spotlight before we finally go to 99% Invisible, but I'm glad to be the one to introduce it nonetheless.Music by:Pandrezz: Takin' you for a rideBroke for Free: Beyond Dazed--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/economicalricepodcast/message

1hr 3mins

16 Aug 2019