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Episode #88 – The Children Are Our Future

[ 3 ] October 1, 2012 |

This week: I’m sharing a few thoughts whilst in the car once again, heading back from networking event for school kids.

Each year, I take part in a business networking event at a nearby school. It’s an unpaid arrangement; the value for me comes in not just helping to inspire the students in their education, but in having the chance to analyse the way I go about my work in the process of our many conversations.

Some quick links to things mentioned in this show:

Music featured in this episode is courtesy of Matt Stevens. You can check out more of his work here.


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  1. Barry Kidd says:

    I always love working with and for kids.

    At the experience of sounding shallow however, corporate photography is also one of my key areas on income. I do a good deal for children’s magazines, text books and trade publications for teachers etc.

    Now, there are two pro-bono gigs I do each year but neither of them is specifically about or for kids though kids are involved with one of them.

  2. Giles says:

    Thanks for the comment, Barry.

    It is true that we all have to earn our living… But I think a lot of people could do more to help inspire the next generation.

    Helping young people offers a great feel-good factor and often, when people say they don’t have the time, what they actually mean is they don’t want to make the time.

    Keep up the good work!

    • Barry Kidd says:

      I agree with you whole heartedly and now I nearly feel bad because I —- sound so greedy but I do with I do I guess.

      One of my pro-bono gig each year is to help raise money to buy proper helmets of kids that race motocross that can’t afford them.

      It’s fun. Any sales I/we make go to the kids including print sales on the spot and photos that might be licensed later.

      The other pro-bono gig I do is to help raise cash for our local fire department.

      Anyway, you have a great day. I’m up early and have a list of honey-do’s a mile long that need to get taken care of!


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