As B. J. Neblett once said, "We are the sum total of our experiences." Instead of having a single fixed identity, we are the product of the world around us. This is especially true when working in the charitable and human rights sector. Understanding what you would have wanted to see growing up gives you a clear idea of what others need to succeed.
These ideas are at the centre of this very special episode of The Hum, where hosts Gilad Cohen and Andrea Rodriguez interview … hosts Gilad Cohen and Andrea Rodriguez. Sharing a surprising amount in common, Andrea and Gilad speak in detail about how their experiences have shaped them into who they are -- from having to correct people about their cultures, the frustration that comes from constantly having to accommodate, and the definitive moments that motivate the work they do today. This episode covers a broad range of topics and is a unique opportunity to learn about the lives that your hosts lead beyond the podcast.
Join our hosts as they chat about mental health in the workplace, growing up with immigrant mothers, and what it's like to meditate for 10 days straight.
Image: Gilad Cohen/The Hum Podcast
Theme music created for The Hum by Jeff Morrow.
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