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Changing Course and Paving Your Own Path

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Quddus Pourshafie has paved his own way in the legal industry after recognizing the traditional pathways were failing to align with the future practice of law. Since his admission, he has dedicated to solving the legal industry’s biggest problem, transitioning into a future of law brought about by technological disruption. Known for his ability to think laterally and connect the dots, Quddus has positioned himself to bridge the various protagonists in the legal industry to bring about the necessary transformation, making it his mission to assist those who are ready to tread the path.

He also believes it is the first time in recent history where young graduates can change their value proposition in the market as a digital native. Lending from his creative DNA as a musician and various entrepreneurial ventures, Quddus continues to grow futurelab.legal and its projects with partners around the world to accompany firms, university, legal tech companies, and regulators of the legal profession and prepare them for the future of law.

I interviewed Quddus Pourshafie on Oct. 25, 2020.

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Choosing Meaningful Work to Make an Impact

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This week’s episode is with Adam Greenberg. Adam is in his 30s and was most recently working with the Peace Corps along with his girlfriend, Lianne. What I really enjoyed about talking with Adam was the way that he expressed his thought process. As he shared his journey with us, Adam’s had some interesting experiences living in multiple countries and cities in the US.

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Choices and Challenges of Individual and Collective Data Use

In this episode of Changes Big and Small, I interview sociobiologist Rebecca Costa. Rebecca D. Costa is an American sociobiologist and futurist. She’s the preeminent global experts on the subject of fast adaptation and recipient of the prestigious Edward O. Wilson biodiversity technology award.

For more information you can visit rebeccacosta.com.

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How to Take Small Steps To Create Big Changes

Kim Cofino is the first guest on Changes BIG and small. Kim is an amazing person. She’s very familiar with change, having lived in the US, Germany, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan. Her job titles have included technology coordinator, entrepreneur and powerlifter. She inspires us to make big changes, one small change at a time.

Kim wears many hats, including power lifting, entrepreneur, coach. Join us to find out how she made the transition from teacher to entrepreneur and how she got into power lifting. Our conversation also includes a reflection on the losses and gains that happened with change, how she manages the different parts of her varied day, her strategy for supporting changes and encouraging them in her life and her advice for you if you’re struggling with change in your own life.

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