Mathias Antonsson

Random subjective observations of what's on my mind

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I’ve lived on four continents and have had the world as my workplace. Working for big multilateral actors with project management, ICT’s and communication in every role imaginable from donor, broker, recipient and implementer. It’s been a very rewarding journey both professionally and personally. More than anything I’ve had the pleasure of meeting great people from across the globe that in different ways are part of the solution; making the world and our communities a better place. People are the key. Their stories inspire and gives me hope that we can achieve a better tomorrow. Together and for everyone. So how do you get their stories out? Well, one way is through a podcast.

 So I started the Plurrify podcast.

The larger question Plurrify pursue is; are there any patterns as to why the social entrepreneurs interviewed on the show have been successful where most fail? Is it down to personality? Organisational philosophy? Stubbornness? Drive? Innovative minds and ideas? Serendipity? Fifty other things? A mix? Or none of the above?

Realising and supporting the idea that the collective mind is greater than the individual, I decided to make these discussions public through a podcast series. This allows us to attempt to solve the greater issue together. Add your expertise, perspective, professional experience and knowledge to the process. I want the Plurrify podcast to be a journey we embark on together.

I’ll use this space to post reflections on the conversations in the podcast. Staying true to the tagline “random subjective observations of what’s on my mind”, there will be blog posts when I find it relevant, or am inspired. Stay tuned.

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Author: Mathias Antonsson

Founder & CEO of Plurrify. Started & got @UN to critical mass. Advisor to Ushahidi & Fellow at Making All Voices Count. Previous Sida ICT4D expert. Music, sports & politics fan. PM & Comms specialist. Views expressed here are mine.

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