Guest: Juan Paolo Legaspi, President of 5EBI 103.1 FM in Australia (@jp.mabuhay)
“No, absolutely not. And it’s outrageous and offensive for you to insist on that line of questioning. I think radio is not dead. It is truly well and alive… Radio can take many different forms now. I like listening to podcasts for example on the train. It’s a very fine line between podcasts and radio, but I think the form of audio storytelling, it’s still very well alive.
Future of radio: Very specialised form of content…”
EXCERPTS: “I think a lot of issues relating to productivity, getting more done each day, happiness, and stress (among people), all stem from the usage of their phones.
If you put your phone down for a day and don’t check social media, (you’ll see) the crazy effects and changes on your mood, focus, and productivity.
I think people assume that they’ll become irrelevant online if they aren’t on social media all the time. The truth is, you can be away from it. You can take some time away and refocus. You’ll notice that it wasn’t as important as you thought it was.
For me, I really try and limit my time spent on social media. And when I’m on it, I’m intentional how I use it.”
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Topic: The Future of Gyms Post-COVID. Will people get scared of working out in gyms again while sharing machines and equipment with other people? Will a majority stick to home workouts instead?
Excerpts: “Yes there will be people who are going to be afraid to go due to the fact there will be a risk and there will be caution. But ultimately, I know, speaking to my clients, they are really keen to get back into the gym. They want to be in that environment and just be around other people.”
Excerpts: “You have to remember to separate religion and the religious and civil definition of marriage… I think the government should move more toward a secular form of government where they don’t follow any religious rules because we all have different types of religion.” “I have the right to be happy and to be with someone that I love for the rest of my life. I wanna be recognized for it. I want to have the same rights as everyone else. And who is to say that I shouldn’t have them as a human being.”