Episode 78 – Don’t Give Up (Ft. Mike Spohr of Buzzfeed)

In this episode of the podcast Joe talks to Parenting editor (and founder of the entire parenting section) of Buzzfeed.com, Mike Spohr! They discuss Mike’s career, how he learned to not give up but to create the job you want to be in as well as how Mike and his wife, Heather, dealt with the loss of their child Madeline. It’s never easy to deal with the loss of a child but both Mike and Heather, were able to create a charity called “Friend’s of Maddie” which helps families in similar situations. It’s an episode filled with laughs and tears. You don’t want to miss this one.

We’ll be back with another episode next Monday, Enjoy!

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Joe was recently featured in the magazine Voyage Dallas:

You can find that article by clicking here:

Joe has also been announced as an official speaker at the Dad 2.0 Summit in San Antonio over February 21-23 of this year:

You can find out more about the conference HERE

And you can find out who else is speaking at this event HERE

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