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So, no kidding, here’s the story of this episode. When I was still just imagining what this podcast could be, I ordered a bunch of equipment. Microphones, pop filters, etc. When my portable lapel mics came in the mail, I opened up the package, plugged them into my phone, and went looking for someone to test them on.

And no kidding, my oldest daughter was in her room, sitting on the floor, reading Social Excellence: We Dare You.

That’ll work!

I sat down and started recording. I honestly didn’t think I’d ever use it. It was the first “interview” I had done. But after listening to it (and I might be a little biased), I thought it was podcast gold! Try to see the world through a kid’s eyes. Try to imagine their point of view. Remember the simplicity of friendship as a kid, and how it started to get complicated in late elementary school, middle school, and high school.

I hope you find some simple and meaningful lessons in this episode. It also includes an audio excerpt from the TEDx talk I did a couple of years ago that features a story about my kid.

Thanks for listening to this special bonus daddy-daughter episode of The People People Podcast!

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