That is a good question, and in reality the best thing I can say is that I am trying to #MAKEACHANGE. My entire life I’ve only ever wanted to do that. Learn more on the About page, but in essence what I want to do is create new innovations. First and foremost I am working on creating a Modular Education Platform, using the Modular Degree concept I’ve been pursuing myself for years. I realized that others would benefit from that, and so I started working on making it an innovation in education.
Secondly, there are a multitude of multidisciplinary people that have been stiffed by our society. These polymaths, multipotentialites, and everyone else on the spectrum; They’re all told you need to focus on one thing, or niche down, or just one degree. The problem is that it is unnatural for us, and in reality most human beings if you look at the history of our species. We are multidisciplinary creatures, and that is how we evolved. So knowing this I started interviewing people I felt fell under that umbrella, on The Polymath PolyCast, as well as created the Multidisciplinary Spectrum for people to identify with. To feel as if they are part of a tribe of people, which we are. I’m even creating a community for such individuals.
When you support me, then you support these causes, and help me pay for bills while I’m focusing on working on PolyInnovator. I’ve literally worked three jobs just to pay my rent, so that I could come home and work on this stuff. Even today as I write this, I got home, and went straight to working on all of this. The more help I get the less stress I will have to go through, that I have living paycheck to paycheck.
Not only do you help me live the life that I dream of, but you help me on the journey of becoming a Polymath of Innovation. So that I can truly make a change in the world!
If you are interested, then you can find me @polyinnovator on BuyMeaCoffee, Patreon, Bitpatron, and more. Or use one of my Affiliate links to send me a commission each time you buy that product/service. This truly helps me, and from the bottom of my heart I thank you. -Dustin M. PolyInnovator