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    • I think a lot of people really like the balance of intimacy that comes from listening to a podcast - it’s happening in your ear, and you get a truth that sounds different when you’re listening to a podcast, so I think we get a lot of good feedback because exploring empathy is meaningful. Historically we record it live, although we’re working on a second show now that’s more formatted in a booth, interview-style, but the live audience makes it interesting. The environment plays a role in the conversation, so when someone says something and you can hear the audience laugh, or a pin drop, it’s an important layer to empathize with the story in some way. And we’ve been fortunate to get an interesting cross-section of thought leaders who share vulnerably how empathy has or hasn’t shown up in the work they do.