If I could count how manny people I've met, Lessons I've learned and friendships that have became from Dumb It Down, That would take some time. Because there is not a number that high. I was just a kid peer pressured by my parents to talk into a microphone. I had everything I could possibly need to succeed, but only I could flip the switch and make a podcast. And that was STILL hard to do, But once I did, I never looked back. I got so much wisdom from the best people in the best places, I got friendships from the friendliest, most welcoming people on earth, I got connection, I got money, and I got listeners, I got to travel too, I got to speak and sell for some of my dear friends and families companies. I knew I could never match that feeling of happiness again. My point is, as a twelve year old with tens of thousands of listens from all over the globe. My life was and still is AMAZING! And I know this is super cliche' but none of that feeling wood happen without, The support from my parents 24/7, the guests who took time out of their busy schedule to talk to some kid with a microphone and all my listeners, and every single one of you have built up my heart and my inspiration to keep creating. There is no feeling quite like being listened to by that many people.Ya'll have heard me laugh, and you have heard me cry, you might of heard me tell a terrible joke, but most of all, Ya'll have heard me grow. So THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!! Thank you for every memory, every good comment on my website, Every word of inspiration, every hour you would take out of your day to listen to me. Your love is not un-noticed and deeply appreciated. Dumb it down will always be marked in my book of life. But it is time to close the show. This was the podcast that built me, this is what I did to be happy. Over the last year or so, I lost that happiness and did not have the same feelings for podcasting as I did before. But I am back, And I couldn't cling to an old podcast. I still love it, But doing something new always fixes a feeling of boredom. To keep the same love I had, I had to do something new. My new approach is "Just have a good time" Interview the right people and spread to more people like you. Alright, Im out.