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Chris Do

In this two part series, the roles are reversed. Our guest, and Futur Pro Group member Anneli Hannson, will interview Chris. Think of it like a deep dive into the mind of Mr. Do. The person, the businessman, and the educator.

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Chris Do’s Origin Story — Part 1

If you’re a regular listener of the show, then you know our format: Chris Do talks with an interesting guest while carefully poking and prodding them with questions. All in hopes of learning as much about their experience as humanly possible.

But today, we’re flipping everything on it’s head.

In this two part series, the roles are reversed. Our guest, and Futur Pro Group member Anneli Hansson, will interview Chris. Think of it like a deep dive into the mind of Mr. Do. The person, the businessman, and the educator.

In part one, we get to hear Chris’ origin story. About how an introverted refugee became the confident teacher and YouTuber you admire today.

It’s easy to make assumptions about people, especially when you haven’t walked in their shoes. And this is probably the closest you can get to wearing Chris’ sneakers.

He shares personal stories about his family fleeing Saigon, living life as a cultural outsider, and why it’s so important to have—and to follow—your own internal compass.

Thank you to Gusto for sponsoring this episode.

Jan 20

Chris Do’s Origin Story — Part 1

How an introverted refugee became the confident teacher and YouTuber you admire today.

If you’re a regular listener of the show, then you know our format: Chris Do talks with an interesting guest while carefully poking and prodding them with questions. All in hopes of learning as much about their experience as humanly possible.

But today, we’re flipping everything on it’s head.

In this two part series, the roles are reversed. Our guest, and Futur Pro Group member Anneli Hansson, will interview Chris. Think of it like a deep dive into the mind of Mr. Do. The person, the businessman, and the educator.

In part one, we get to hear Chris’ origin story. About how an introverted refugee became the confident teacher and YouTuber you admire today.

It’s easy to make assumptions about people, especially when you haven’t walked in their shoes. And this is probably the closest you can get to wearing Chris’ sneakers.

He shares personal stories about his family fleeing Saigon, living life as a cultural outsider, and why it’s so important to have—and to follow—your own internal compass.

Thank you to Gusto for sponsoring this episode.

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Greg Gunn is an illustrator, animator and creative director in Los Angeles, CA. He loves helping passionate people communicate their big ideas in fun and exciting ways.

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How an introverted refugee became the confident teacher and YouTuber you admire today.

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