Click Your Fortune is an interactive, choose-your-own-adventure style series that literally feeds questions from students to knowledgeable experts around the world.
This episode features the professionals listed below answering dozens of questions submitted by students from all over the world. Got a burning question? A hero you'd like to see interviewed? A career you would like to see explored? Suggest and vote up ideas for future click your fortune videos here: https://community.ed.ted.com/teded/topics/suggest_questions_careers_and_people_for_the_next_click_your_fortune_episode
Gillian Martin Mehers: Learning Practitioner
Nate Mook: TEDx Organizer; Founder of Localist, BetaNews
Tokunbo Ajasa-Oluwa: Head of GoThinkBig; Social Entrepreneur
Jennifer Healey: Research Scientist, Intel
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4. You review and reflect
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