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The Multipotentialite Dude
37 minutes | Jul 16, 2021
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/
40 minutes | Jul 8, 2021
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 storyIf you want to meet Eugenie, please connect with her on her PickMyBrain page: https://www.pickmybrain.world/profiles/eugenie-drakes
41 minutes | Jul 8, 2021
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/B07DHWJXGMYou can even Pick his Brain using his PickMyBrain profile page: https://www.pickmybrain.world/profiles/marc-w-halpertAnd finally, of course, you can connect with Marc on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marchalpert/
34 minutes | May 12, 2021
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
53 minutes | May 1, 2021
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 fucked 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
46 minutes | Apr 14, 2021
Eran Thomson in Australia, Wordsmith - Idea Machine - Joy Pusher
An amazing person down under, Eran almost died 32 times and did a comedy show about it. He creates amazing stuff including Laugh Masters Academy (a comedy school), PowerProv ( a corp. training business) and he writes and hosts the One Word Suggestion podcast - it’s only 3 minutes long, but it can be your personal toolbox full of ways to help you craft a more mindful and meaningful existence. And he’s writing books, created a game called Song Saga, and and and and OMG he is a multipotentialite++https://eranthomson.comhttps://song-saga.comhttps://onewordsuggestion.nethttps://powerprov.com.auhttps://laugh-masters.com.auhttps://dysexlic.comhttps://eranthomson.com/the-near-death-experience/https://eran.cohttps://writeranddirector.comhttps://zuper.com.au
26 minutes | Apr 14, 2021
Mark Walsh with his very active brain teaching embodiment to the world.
This interview with Mark, who is an amazingly active, and inspiring octopreneur , tells a bit more about how the busy brain functions in a grounded body in normal life. With more than 500.000 people who have joined his embodiment conference, you could say he is "the embodiment man". I was wondering if the embodiment is the ultimate challenge for a hyperactive brain. It is very interesting to listen to a true multipotentialite with a strong commitment to teaching the world about your own body. He is an octopus, but with one extra strong tentacle. If you want to know more about Mark and his work, please visit the following link:https://embodimentcourses.com/special/
47 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Christian Visser, creatief directeur van the Others, multipotentialites. (in Dutch)
Hoe bijzonder is het wel niet om een heel bedrijf met alleen maar multipotentialites te hebben? Eerst maar eens duidelijk krijgen wat een multipotentialite eigenlijk is. Eén ding is zeker, Chris is er zeker één!Perry Knoppert (The Multipotentialite Dude) in gesprek met Christian Visser over hoe het zo gekomen is om een dreamteam te ontwikkelen met alleen maar creative helden met meer dan 5 poten. "Het is net al voetbalplaatjes sparen" aldus Visser, "Uiteindelijk heb je de perfecte collectie".Zijn advies om in Nederland snel duidelijk te krijgen wat een multipotentialite is: "de EO-Jongeren dag kapen!". We spraken over vuig werk, en waar hij trots op is. Eén ding is zeker, dit is een master in "mensen raken", iets waar multipotentialites natuurlijk erg goed in zijn!
42 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Anne Rodenburg, ik wil niet doen wat de rest doet (in Dutch)
Ik zag Anne bij het programma "First Dates" en dacht meteen 'haar wil ik spreken'. Een multipotentialite, hoe denkt ze? Hoe werkt het in haar hoofd?Anne is 25 jaar oud, is opgegroeid in een expat gezin en woont weer in Nederland. Het interview gaat over haar ADHD, het alles willen doen en snel verveeld raken......
50 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
CEO Maxine Cunningham from PickMyBrain.world about the secrets of her brain...
An amazing interview with the successful SuperBrain Multipotentialite Maxine in Vancouver Canada about her key ingredients to make her start-up a huge success. It has to do with 12 different secret elements:I will share a little bit with you:1. Rebel Parents2. Multipotentialite3. Sports4. Education, - finance5. Understand the flow of wealth6. Fearless7. Economics, why we do what we do8. Together9. It's ok enough for now10. Solve the paperwork11. Trust me12. Think Maxine predicts "within 5 years, the best-paid job is the multipotentialite one". We agreed to have a yearly interview, on Valentine's day, so we can monitor the progress of "the multipotentialites".You can connect with Maxine at her website, this is her profile so you can directly pick her brain! :https://www.pickmybrain.world/profiles/maxine-cunninghamDo you want to pick my brain? you can find me here: https://www.pickmybrain.world/profiles/perry-knoppert
53 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
Dustin Miller (PolyInnovator) Midwest, USA, talking with Perry. Polymath vs Multipotentialite.
Dustin has his own show and interviews like me interesting people to talk about being a polymath and innovation. In this conversation, we discuss a little bit about our views that hopefully give you an insight into our world of thinking. What is a Polymath vs a Multipotentialite? Are we really flaky? Can we learn to become a Mulitpotentialite? The grass fields of exploration and combining all your knowledge to become an amazing person. Happiness, success, and progress.Do you want to know more about this PolyInnovator?Check out his website: https://polyinnovator.spaceHis podcasts: www.pod.co/polycastHis LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/polyinnov...And his IG: https://www.instagram.com/polyinnovator/His next guests? For sure it will be me. And on his wishlist are the Dalai Lama and Gary Vaynerchuk.
44 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
Hashem Elassad in Jordan talking to Perry about being a hybrid researcher.
Is spending 10.000 hours to become a specialist the only way? And do specialists surpass generalists in profit and happiness? Hashem appreciates both sides of the generalist-specialist spectrum. He is a specialist in his “how” which is research. However, he is more of a generalist when it comes to the “what” of research. That can be quite a diverse range including finding & researching emails, people, ideas, articles, opportunities, and data. The fields he’s interested in are numerous including education, psychology, career development, and languages. He sees himself as a hybrid, between a generalist and a specialist.Hashem ElAssad is a University of Toronto psychology graduate with Honors. Using his research and analytical skills. Research for Hashem is an obsession, seeking after a very specific or hard-to-find item, such as concepts or theories, is a skill that he not only enjoys but finds difficult to stop once started. To learn more about Hashem visit his blog: https://paradoxicallyparadoxical.word...His article Zoom-in vs Zoom-out: Resources for the Generalist-Specialist Trade-Off: https://www.socialsciencespace.com/20...You can find him on LinkedIn.com: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hashemela...His e-mail address: email@example.com
48 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
Multipotentialite interview Marja van der Ende, it's all about multi-focus.
Today, Marja van der Ende and her 4 elements:1) Knowledge2) Skills3) Behavior4) Contacts Her book: https://www.bol.com/nl/f/vrij-en-blij...Her FB Page "Fietsen voor mijn eten": https://www.facebook.com/groups/14925...Her FB Page Multipotentialites Nederland: https://www.facebook.com/MultiPotenti...Her Websites:www.vrijenblijzelfstandigondernemen.nlwww.SuXeed.nlwww.blogsdieraken.nlwww.fietsenvoormijneten.nl
33 minutes | Dec 31, 2020
Dr. Gayatri in India talking with Perry. The avadhāni is a multipotentialite!?
So many people in India who are not aware of being a Multipotentialite. Amazing and unique talents are wasted when we only focus on being a specialist. We also spoke about the Avadhanam, a literary performance popular from the very ancient days in India. Avadhānaṃ originated as a Sanskrit literary process and is revived by poets in Telugu and Kannada in modern times. It involves the partial improvisation of poems using specific themes, meters, forms, or words.The avadhāni is a multipotentialite!?Dr. Gayatri on LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/dr-gayatri-m-42921a12aWebsite (blog): mg3krish.wixsite.com/srishti
26 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
"Why do they always think we are arrogant?" with Christine Charitonos in London
Born in New York, Christine never feels like an outsider but knows so well how it feels to be misunderstood. Talking about the world, how it could be a better place. Being completely honest with each other, connect, and be "raw". Are you alone in the world? No, you're not, I know...It seems that multipotentialites always have had an extremely difficult life. Why is that? How can we change that?"When I think too much, I overthink"You can find Christine here:- LinkedIn.com: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christine...- IG: https://www.instagram.com/whatdoesnot/- URL: https://www.whatdoesnot.com/
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