212: Doruk Gundogan | From Lawyer To Actor, Observation, Questioning Everything, And Life Shifts

You might know of Doruk Gundogan from his lawyering (word I just made up) after studying law at Cambridge, or you may know of him currently as an actor in the United States. Doruk joins us on episode 212 of the show to let us know about his story and perspective, and how an observational style gives a sense of self.

Show notes:

  • why observation is a big basis for how you understand others and develop your own style in response
  • how the small details of a person’s actions and behaviors can say a lot about who they are in a short period of time
  • how not being too concerned with your success in a category gives you a big advantage in the category
  • what kind of risk it is to change up your living situation or profession in a world where these things are commonly fixed in place
  • how the visceral response to the uncomfortable leads to the expression of our internal humanity that was there the whole time
  • why it is very valuable to question all that is around you
  • how Doruk had a long-term plan to shift to his current acting role that felt more appropriate as a thing
  • battle between me and Doruk inspired by no one else who was there

Glad to have Doruk on the show~