Culture-Hacking with Daniella Mestyanek Young
"Seeing" the World Differently--Blindness & Gratitude
Episode 2_ “Seeing” the World Differently—Blindness and Gratitude
We talk about the following:
How Kerry learned to ‘see’ the world differently
Technology and it’s potential to make the world more accessible
Activism for the blind
The idea that gratitude means keeping quiet and not continuing to speak about what can be improved
We all have more similarities than we have differences
About Our Guest:
Kerry is a 35-year-old blind writer, blogger and audio storyteller. She lives in Ontario, Canada with her literary pets: Dobby and Lumos.
Kerry’s Social Media
About Our Host:
Daniella Mestyanek (Mest-aa-neck) Young is an author, TEDx speaker and Organizational Culture-Hacker with fascinating life story and important insights into culture, socialization and group behavior. Daniella is the President of DMY Enterprises and the co-founder of cavnessHR.
Daniella was born and raised a third-generation member of the infamous religious cult the Children of God, known for promoting religious prostitution, pedophilia for God, and the end of the world. At 15, she escaped that life, moving to America and eventually becoming a US ARMY Captain.
During her journey, she was college valedictorian, served as part of the first group of women to conduct deliberate ground combat operations with all-male troops, deployed twice to Afghanistan where she also competed in, and won, a marathon, received the Presidential Volunteer Service Medal from President Obama personally, married an Army helicopter pilot, is raising a trilingual little girl in Seattle, WA and is hard at work on her forthcoming memoir, Uncultured.
Daniella’s Social Media:
Sign up to join the waitlist for my memoir, UNCULTURED at https://daniellamestyanekyoung.com/
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