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I am interviewing multipotentialites all over the world, what moves them? How do they control their lives in a system that doesn't fit? This project is all about the non-visual connections we have with other people all over the world. Cross-culture, cross-religion, cross-age, cross-gender, cross-pigment, cross -believes. We give ourselves a label to explain to other people why we are as we are, so we fit into a model of understanding. This non-visual connection is so strong, so powerful, and with so much love. This project is to show how we can create peace and love because we understand each other and we feel connected.

The Multipotentialite Dude Perry K Multipotentialite

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I am interviewing multipotentialites all over the world, what moves them? How do they control their lives in a system that doesn't fit? This project is all about the non-visual connections we have with other people all over the world. Cross-culture, cross-religion, cross-age, cross-gender, cross-pigment, cross -believes. We give ourselves a label to explain to other people why we are as we are, so we fit into a model of understanding. This non-visual connection is so strong, so powerful, and with so much love. This project is to show how we can create peace and love because we understand each other and we feel connected.

    Scott Mason and his view on people escaping "the box".

    Scott Mason and his view on people escaping "the box".

    Scott’s life story is one of profound resilience, peserverence, and triumph against challenge.  He was born in England but adopted by and raised as the son of a Midwestern civil servant and a factory worker. As a bookish biracial child raised by African-Americans in a conservative rural community, he never encountered others like him to look up to or act as mentors,  And so he grew up playing with crawdads and turtles alone in a nearby creek, looking up at the moon from the backroads in wheat fields — knowing there had to be more. 

    Kids like Scott weren’t supposed to make something of themselves.  And on his journey, he faced tremendous — almost overwhelming — odds, including physical violence and obstacles presented by those who did not believe that he could or should succeed.  But thanks to a few inspiring teachers who believed in him, a lot of hard work, and a dash of luck, Scott eventually made it to New York City, where he graduated from Columbia Law School, and where he has lived ever since.

    Scott’s history and triumphs against adversity led to unlikely and unexpected success as an attorney, government official, nonprofit executive, entrepreneur, and community leader in one of the toughest cities on earth. His journey has flown in the face of those who believed that individuals like him — working folks, people of color, and members of the LGBTQ+ community — could not and should not succeed, let alone lead. His ability to jump over barriers, consistently perform at the the highest levels across professional sectors, and repeatedly reinvent himself have given his message genuine authority and intellectual heft.  And it has given him a zealot's passion for ensuring that others never lose the internal fuel that will rocket them to ultimate levels of personal satisfaction and achievement. 

    You can follow Scott here: https://www.purposehighway.com/

    • 28 min.
    Yoka Brouwer, 80 years old and a facilitator of change.

    Yoka Brouwer, 80 years old and a facilitator of change.

    Yoka Brouwer, a holocaust survivor about discrimination and having a happy life. "You have to follow your own path, without hurting anyone." she said.

    She is an NLP trainer, Psychotherapist, Applied Kninesiologist, published writer, Wise old woman, traveler, Card reader, Mom, curious, lifelong learner, and a Book in "the Human Library".

    You can connect with Yoka using her profile page on PickMyBrain: https://www.pickmybrain.world/profile...
    She only does free calls, all the administration and taxes are too annoying to charge money.

    She is also a book at the wonderful organization "The Human Library", you can find more information here: https://humanlibrary.org/

    • 36 min.
    Eugenie Drakes a non-linear talent scout connecting the dots.

    Eugenie Drakes a non-linear talent scout connecting the dots.

    Eugenie is a Modern Elder. She has lived, loved, lost. She has given, grown, gained. She is curious, conscious, creative. She has stressed, stretched, soared. She has wealth, wisdom, worth. A Mentor, Momtor, Movement Maker.
    The purpose of Eugenie's life has always been to be of service, grow people and projects, inspire and drive change, to make the world a better place.

    She has worked in the Creative Industries for over 35 years with many different genres. For the last 30 years, the focus has been on the handicraft sector which involved working with remote rural, peri-urban, and urban crafters and teaching basic business skills, market-driven product development, and access to market through my retail store, piece, as well as other avenues. The focus was to retain heritage, highlight and celebrate our different cultures and to pay tribute to the makers by creating sustainable enterprises. 
    She has been blessed to share on various international platforms such as Vital Voices Global Leadership Programme, Goldman Sachs 10 000 Women Programme and as a result, have a 'global family'. She has consulted to WK Kellogg Foundation, Technoserve, World Bank amongst others.
    Her story has been made so much richer as a result of the stories of those who have crossed her path - and the time is now for these stories to be told. 

    Her life journey has been living in 2 realities that are worlds apart and it is time for those worlds to move closer and this can be done through connection and the power of story

    If you want to meet Eugenie, please connect with her on her PickMyBrain page: https://www.pickmybrain.world/profiles/eugenie-drakes

    • 40 min.
    Marc W. Halpert, exceeds expectations, helping serious professionals look "amazing-er", on LinkedIn.

    Marc W. Halpert, exceeds expectations, helping serious professionals look "amazing-er", on LinkedIn.

    What a fun conversation with Marc W. Halpert, he found his non-linear specialism and uses his multipotentialite brain to help others to better explain their brand positioning on LinkedIn. 

    He is a very high-energy LinkedIn trainer and speaker, especially for practice firms, entrepreneurs, small businesses and corporate departments, and of course to nonprofit professionals. It's his passion to translate your story into an amazing LinkedIn profile.

    As a coach, he helps people to look "amazing-er" on LinkedIn. Just by connecting the dots, and really listening to his clients. He has authored numerous articles on LinkedIn techniques for self-branding and blogs every business day on a LinkedIn topic in our everyday business life. Since 2020, he has been recognized as one of the highest-ranking LinkedIn coaches in growth of number of followers in the world. 

    He wrote "LinkedIn Marketing Strategies for Law and Professional Practices" and "You, Us, Them: LinkedIn Marketing Concepts for Nonprofit Professionals Who Really Want to Make a Difference" (I know I do!)
    Check out his book here at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Marc-W-Halpert/e/B07DHWJXGM

    You can even Pick his Brain using his PickMyBrain profile page: https://www.pickmybrain.world/profiles/marc-w-halpert

    And finally, of course, you can connect with Marc on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marchalpert/

    • 40 min.
    Nusrat Durrani, The End of Cultural Imperialism?

    Nusrat Durrani, The End of Cultural Imperialism?

    "Pop-culture can change the world"
    "We live in an electric time- of uncertainty and upheaval- but also of unprecedented opportunity to create radical, systemic change for a better future." 

    Nusrat Durrani is a pioneering media executive inspiring and leading teams to create and launch transformative, multiplatform content and branded entertainment for commercial and social impact. Nusrat kept MTV front and center of innovation in the global youth marketplace in senior leadership roles for two decades by boldly creating change and advancing the conversation around race, color, gender, and sexual identity. 

    His global worldview produced provocative new formats and platforms for untapped audiences. 

    I would describe Nusrat with the words: MTV, many things, empathy, connecting, global, love & inequity. 

    His golden rules:
    - personal branding
    - living a wholehearted life
    - achieve your goals in unconventional ways

    • 34 min.
    Fix ourselves with the inspiration-medicine called: Katy Jon Went.

    Fix ourselves with the inspiration-medicine called: Katy Jon Went.

    Katy Jon is a writer, commentator, educator, keynote and conference speaker, and activist, on social justice, equality, diversity & inclusion (JEDI or DEI), intersectionality, politics & culture, language, literature, theatre & the arts, history & social sciences, religion & philosophy, LGBTIQ+, sex and gender, mental health and wellbeing, human rights, DASV, photography, and many more things besides, ie she is a multipotentialite who has studied and worked in many fields and sees the bigger picture, she hopes, and the intersectionality of ideas and causes.

    And so much more! ...... I really enjoyed this interview where we discuss how we can contribute to a better world.

    "How f****d up is the world? Fix the world and fix yourself and do it at the same time... make intelligent mistakes... be vulnerable, real, transparent, honest... model imperfection be human... weaknesses cease to be with awareness... control, security, safety are an illusion... people are my drugs... be the change and keep changing... know someone's why more than their what... surround yourself with diversity... be present with your fear and do the shit anyway... to be human is to be afraid... and so is curiosity, discovery, play, risk... don't say don't...do, do, do... have no regrets... teach discovery... how to pick the right kit for you... identify your mountain... focus on discovery not fixing"

    Plus marriage, Romanian, other halves, Dutch, 7000 books, Arabic bartering, unconscious bias, 1000 strangers, Cantonese, bipolar, missionary, colour, happiness, medication...

    If you want to know more, please go to her website and find it all!
    http://www.katyjon.com/​
    And you can pick her 🧠  brain at:
    https://www.pickmybrain.world/profile...​
    And on social media at: @katyjonwent

    • 52 min.

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