💁🏻♀️Introducing our guest: Kevin Lee
Kevin is the COO and Managing Partner for China Youthology. He is a strategic consultant at the executive level in the areas of brand strategy, marketing and product innovation for many global and well-known companies. China Youthology is a leading innovation consultancy that offers China cultural foresights and youth driven change to help purposeful businesses create value and meaning.
Kevin is a frequent speaker at international summits and a contributing writer at Forbes.com. He also writes genYchina, a blog that discusses the changing interplay between tech, media and culture in China.
Outside China Youthology, Kevin is working on Positive Psychology Education, Parents, Families and Networks-of-Families. With years spent researching these areas, Kevin designs and produces Thrive - an original podcast that identifies traits, faculties and skills of individuals needed to thrive in the modern world.
Kevin is a native Canadian and has spent the last 15 years in China.
📣Recommendation Three: The Maps of Meaning Series from Jordan B Peterson Podcast
1. Kevin strongly recommends the Maps of Meaning Series from Jordan B Peterson Podcast, though these episodes haven’t been discussed in great details by us in the interview due to time limit. You can either listen to or watch the series; if you just want to spend a short period of time getting some gists, you may consider brief summaries done by websites providing abstracting services.
2. If Maps of Meaning sound too complex and profound to you, Kevin suggests trying Episode 22, aka. Adam and Eve: Self-Consciousness, Evil & Death, which deciphers myths and mystique of biblical stories and extends to the realistic human life. You can also watch the lecture here.
3. A piece from the New Yorker in 2018 describing and explaining the phenomenon of Jordan Peterson.
📣Recommendation Four: Thrive Podcast by Kevin
1. Link to listen to Kevin’s Thrive Podcast; its Chinese version is also available under the same link.
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(First published on Dec 13, 2019)