Talking about Cultural Differences

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I met Carl after Francesco D'Alessio shared my video The most simple and effective Evernote Tagging System back in 2015. Ever since the day we met, we are having somewhat of a bromance going on online. We share concepts, ideas and we are planning to meet (in "real life") this year in December to talk about future collaborations.

Carl is one of the most active Productivity YouTubers out there. In his videos he speaks about Working with Evernote, Working with Todoist, and Working with Productivity.  he has also written countless blog articles and has recently launched his second online course Supercharge Your Email Productivity on Udemy.com.

BIO

Carl Pullein is an Englishman in Seoul/South Korea. He is a personal productivity specialist, presenter and author of Your Digital Life and Working With Todoist: The Book.

Carl was educated in the United Kingdom, graduating from Leeds Metropolitan University with a Bachelors degree in law. 

After finishing his legal studies he spent a brief time working in a law firm before moving to Korea to teach English to adults in 2002. 

During his time in Korea, he has developed and implemented BCM Language Institute's revolutionary business English Programme, First Class Business.  He has also designed and written numerous courses specifically for the Korean business professional as well as authoring the book "Story Presentation" which was published in Korea in 2011.

Today, Carl runs his own communications company, Fandcorp English Solutions, specialising in international communication through presenting and writing as well as cultural training courses for all business people wishing to do business globally. He is also the founder and owner of Carl Pullein Personal Productivity, a consultancy helping people from around the world to become super productive, less stressed and to focus on the things that are important to them. 

Carl Pullein am also a Visiting Professor of Business Creativity at Kyung Hee University, Seoul where I teach students how to start their own businesses.

In the rare moments of free time, he enjoys running in marathons and watching James Bond movies over and over again.