Real Talk with OSYL Podcast: Rona Episode 12

Welcome to episode 12 from our “RONA” series of the Real Talk Podcast from Our Stories Your Legacy.


Though this can be a breezy short read, there are a couple ways to listen to the podcast. For the audio portion of the podcast, you can listen below or download directly here: https://realtalkwithosyl.buzzsprout.com/


The podcast will also be on other platforms like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, iHeart Radio, Google Podcasts and InTune Radio! Just search for OSYL!



In this episode, we answer 12 random questions (that includes that college related question above) in a fire round that gives us all about a minute only to answer. This episode features the usuals: Steven, Tyler, and Zvon. Each of them ran with the questions and provided a quick and thoughtful response to them. These 12 questions are:


  1. Do you want to write a book?

  2. Do you shop at locally owned businesses?

  3. How much does/did life in school intersect with your life outside of school?

  4. How far would you go for fashion?

  5. Do presidential candidates need to be good debaters?

  6. Do you have a signature clothing item?

  7. Are you a brand?

  8. How necessary is a college education?

  9. Does social media campaigns stunt, or stimulate actual change?

  10. Should schools offer cash bonuses/incentives for good test scores?

  11. What role does TV play in your life and the life of your family?

  12. Is TV content, or visual content in general, stronger than ever, or becoming obsolete?

One question regarding college education that we answer is that a college education isn’t always necessary in this day and age. Though it can help provide many opportunities for some, there are other possible venues that can provide you the same education or more. From experience, college impacted our lives positively. Reminiscing on it, there were probably some more efficient ways we could have pursued the same dream.


Throughout the episode, we find that some questions are fun and quick to answer, while others take more time to think through before speaking. The latter episodes struck a chord in that we can expand on those questions to a larger episode where we feature special guests to join us in the discussion. Overall, this was a fun episode that continues to share more of our thoughts, and provide insight into who we are.

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