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1:55 Are you a Cat Person or a Dog Person?
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Here is Moll-e, named after Wall-e, one of my favorite Pixar movies. She’s a hoot:
From my point of view, this third episode of Analytics For You had a couple of interesting things that I want to share with you:
I was traveling and I did not bring with me the wonderful microphone that I have been given to do these podcasts. Everyone says that this microphone makes my voice sound much better and not having it made me feel a bit self-conscious 😬😂. Funny how little things like a microphone can change your perspective about a single task, but don’t worry, I made it through just fine, no mental scarring occurred 😝.
We talked about our pets. I mentioned that I have had many pets during my lifetime and as I’m sure with all of you, these creatures have really impacted me in a positive way. Pets really do teach us a lot. For example, growing up, we had a bunch of turtles and we even made a pretty big enclosure for them with their own swimming space and sand area. Within a year of building the space, they laid eggs and we became turtle parents. Mind you, we had these turtles for a few years by then, but it wasn’t until they had sand and space that they started procreating. Ain’t nature grand?
This is the first podcast that we did in two languages. Mariel surprised us by once we were done with the English version, asking us to record a Spanish version. We had never talked about doing this in two languages, so it was a complete shock, but we rolled with the punch and got it done. You’ll see that we actually had a hard time doing the language switchover. You would think that doing it in Spanish would’ve been easier for us, but it turns out that we have conditioned ourselves to do this in English and as such, the Spanish part was harder.
This is our BTS (behind the scene) portion of our series, and as so, I will share something that many of you might not have experienced in the past.
While recording this podcast I had a power outage in the middle of the recording process.
Swiftly, I activated my hotspot on my phone to continue. Additionally, I figured a way to connect the microphone with my iPad. Needless to say, the transition was smooth and not even my peers noticed I was out for a couple of minutes.
Now, we did record in Spanish, and now our Spanish speaking audience can hear us in our native language. We noticed it was a bit challenging switching between languages. However, it was so fun and we had many laughs (right Mariel?!).
BTW, this is Firu (Firulais), the stray dog I rescued while she was pregnant with 7 poppies, as you can see she had 1 of each color.
Our third episode! It feels so interesting to get here. Each recording brings a new discovery for each and one of us, for example, this time we decided to record in Spanish too. It was incredible how my mind did not want to reconnect again with my Spanish, which is my own language and the one I obviously speak BETTER. A simple greeting became a challenge, and this made me realized how our minds can get used to everything very quickly, how words stay in your head and, with so little time, they reprogram our behaviors.
Enjoy our third episode, here is a photo of Bonita, my playful dog.
In this episode the cast talked about one of my favorite topics, pets!!!, and just like Rubén, I have a super loving and expressive cat.
I am very proud of the development of the team and how to have the inclusion of the Spanish language version opens up the opportunity for many more users to listen to us.
From a planning perspective, we continue to adjust to incorporating all the elements of this new challenge into our daily objectives.
Here are some photos of my cat Sushi so called because she is black on the back and white on the belly when she was a kitten she used to sleep rolled up and looked like a sushi roll.