Goodman Factory: Podcasting Is Like A Form Of Therapy
On the origins of the podcast, Malik explains that a focus on men’s mental health and self-care was always entwined with their product line; extending this message in a supporting podcast then felt like a natural progression:
“We’ve managed to create a safe space for men to just gather and talk to each other.”
Amongst Malik, Riz and Daps, the atmosphere is familial in a good way - sensitive and warm though energetic and fun. Their relationship which Daps describes as such, carries naturally on air:
“We’re essentially as close as brothers in everything but blood.”
The team applies an extremely personal lens to each podcast episode, igniting conversation around topics which they’d typically interternalise:
“It’s almost like a form of therapy - we get to talk and have an outlet”
On their plans for the future, Malik, Riz and Daps simply intend to continue the conversation they’ve already started:
“We’re just going to continue serving the people, that’s the most important thing.”
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