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Paul talks to Kyle Stevenson, a “young lad” on a mission to discover why the world he lives in is so keen to put labels on everything, and why human beings seem to need to categorise everything in their lives.

As Paul says, “labels are for jars, not people”, and after listening to this fascinating conversation, you’ll realise that there’s far more to someone than just the label they’ve been given.

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About Kyle Stevenson 

Kyle describes himself as a ‘young lad’ and someone who doesn’t believe in all that society seems to have on offer.  He has a deep curiosity to see why the world has to put labels on everything and why it all has to be categorised and pigeon-holed.

He believes there’s a lot more on offer in life, rather than just obeying society’s roles and rules.  Kyle also propounds that there is so much to be had, other than just working 9-5 for someone else; believing everyone could truly become successful if they were to find that ‘tick’ that keeps them going.  He asserts he is on a mission, to uncover alternative ways of life and see what options someone like him can find for the future; so that he can prosper and live a fulfilling life – one not based on labels or stereotypes.

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