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Episode 168 – Jason Kotecki – Adultitis / audio

adultitis

Jason Kotecki (@escapeadulthood on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss Adultitis. Who wouldn’t want to be a kid? We all would but growing up has a way of ending that. Thankfully, Jason is there to put a stop to Adultitis, a common ailment in adults that makes them take life too seriously. Of course, after taking the online quiz to see if he suffered from adultitis, it was not unexpected that Craig would have Stage 2 Adultitis: an aggressive and pervasive form of the disease. Together, Jason and Craig discuss how Jason’s latest book “Penguins Can’t Fly +39 Other Rules That Don’t Exist” can help those that suffer from Adultitis. They talk about eating dessert first, Jason’s desire, yet reluctance to buy redshoes due to Adultitis as well as random things like why Craig’s wife makes him sleep on certain sides of the bed at hotels, stormtrooper armor, digital art and much more.

In his enlightening book, Jason uncovers some of the most useless rules so you can shift perspective and start seeing the world with wonder once again. You can learn more about Jason and his book at http://rulesthatdontexist.com or just go and buy his book (out TODAY!) on Amazon.

APP BONUS – Read a preview of the book “Penguins Can’t Fly” in glorious full color! Download the app today!

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Episode 159 – Geoff Akins Hannah – Performing for Children / audio

Performing for Children

Geoff Akins Hannah (@BubbleGeoff on Twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss performing for children. Kids are not Craig’s thing. For the most part they seem like small annoying adults with little accountability and an enabler or two trailing behind them. He likes individual kids but not children and certainly not in large groups. Thankfully there are people like Geoff who have no problems with kids and in-fact seeks them out as his market as a speaker. Known as the Bubble Master, Geoff invited Craig to a performance while touring through Texas.  The two discussed Geoff’s start with developmentally challenged children, is there a Bubble Cabal as well as a slew of tips on how to interact, entertain and enlighten groups of children. He literally does hundreds of shows a years for thousands of kids and adults. If you want to understand performing for children better, this is the guy to talk to. Thankfully, he’s on the podcast so no need to figure out where in the country he might be today!

Geoff and his fantastic bubblemaking can be found at http://bubble-wonders.com

APP BONUS: Listen to the Bubble Wonders Show theme song “Anything is Possible!” by Jen Hannah.

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