You are the
You have a passion for delving into research, analyzing ideas, and presenting them to the masses through your unique perspective.
Trevor Noah exemplifies this approach on The Daily Show, skillfully bringing us the news.
But, you don't have to be an extrovert - or on tv - like trevor.
Academics and writers are often "Translators." Notably, Cherríe Moraga and Gloria E. Anzaldúa demonstrated their expertise while editing the anthologt "This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color" that amplified the voices of feminists of Color as well as their own.
Closer to home, Femily, the founder of Future Thought Leader, showcases her "translation" abilities by illustrating anti-oppression concepts, and by discussing deep data and research in a pop culture context, like at SXSW.
If you enjoy re-mixing, analyzing, contextualizing, and/or amplifying others' research and/or ideas, consider launching a platform where you can add your own spin to the conversations happening within your area of passion/focus.
This could take the form of a podcast, a written or video interview series, a journalism project, or even a curated anthology.
You could explore avenues like a paid newsletter on platforms like Substack.
If you found value in this, don't miss the opportunity to elevate your skills alongside like-minded peers in the January 2024 Future Thought Leader program by Femily
sign up now at https://www.femilyonthego.com/ftl.