Mark is all about being a positive interruption to the status quo.
Instead of hiding behind his screen, he aim’s to do the exact opposite – testing what’s possible through social media with distinctively unique experiments. In one, he sends personalized videos to every single one of his Facebook contacts once per year on their birthdays (all 2,900 of them)!
It’s not about being different. It’s about pushing the limits of digital humanity, and using social media to deepen our connections – which helps Mark gather invaluable data and examine relationship building fundamentals.
Don’t forget all of these awesome guests end up in our journaling app and mental fitness tool KYŌ to help guide you through your daily reflection. Take it for a spin in the Apple App store and let us know what you think.
If you’re a regular listener of the podcast there may have been times where you wanted to share a specific clip of the conversation but realized that it’s not possible. I’m happy to say now this is possible!
As a listener of the show you can gain access to their free private beta iPhone app.
Sign up for early access through the link air.io/kyo.
Airr lets you capture the moments that stand out to you while listening, and then send these clips to your friends or share them on social.
If you use Airr and tweet your favourite moment from the latest episodes and tag @KyoApp , you might just appear on one of the episodes!
Thanks as always for listening and have the best day yet!
Music: Clouds – Joakim Karud