Who do you think you are ?

It was February in Hanoi, in this bustling southeast asian city where modernity meets tradition and there are more scooters and motorbikes than cars and traffic is a nightmare. We were nearing the end of our trip around Vietnam. My partner and I only had 24 hours to discover this city. We wanted to avoid spending time

Why Some of us Don’t Have One True Calling | Emilie Wapnick | TEDxBend

No comments needed, you only MUST watch this 12 minutes video that says everything I want to say and sums up the philosophy behind this blog.   And please share with anyone you know who might be a multipotentialite… Check out Emilie Wapnick’s website Puttylike   Love what you're reading? Share it…FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestemailPrint

It’s time for some fun!

Today is Saturday and I’ve decided it was time to have some fun. Actually this is not exactly how this happened. It is Saturday and I haven’t published anything on the blog yet. I thought long and hard all week about what I wanted to share with you guys, and inspiration never really came. And this morning I

Ella Saltmarshe: polymath

Trained as an anthropologist, Ella Saltmarshe has spent the last decade working on communications innovation in international  development, media and social policy. She is a screenwriter, journalist, strategist, campaigner and entrepreneur. She is one of the founding directors of The Point People, a company that harnesses the power of those who work across disciplines &