Episode #01 Introduction

 

Wholesome Communication and Interaction

In their first podcast episode Steven and William discuss their motivations for asking the age-old question 'Who am I?' and how best to go about their quest of exploring possible paths to an answer.

Sections in this Episode:

  This Introduction
  Wholesome Communication
  Social Interaction
  Creativity and Writing

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Transcript (Introduction):

William: Hi everybody, and welcome to Who Am I Podcast. This is William from Who Am I Podcast, together with Steven, discussing today our motivations for putting together this podcast, for discussing questions around personal identity, and why we chose this medium, and why it is important to us to have this creative output for you. So enjoy our discussion.

 

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