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Shibin Li, Co-Founder of CastBox on Empowering Decentralized Digital Content Ecosystem
The Inspiring Talk
access_time2 months ago
On this special episode, I invited Shibin Li- Cofounder of Podcast listening app CastBox to chat about how CastBox is transforming the digital content consumption space with the use of Blockchain technology. Enjoy the Conversation.  Download the castbox app.Read More about ContentBox.  Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram   One Last thing.... It really means a lot to me if you could subscribe to this podcast and write a nice review as I love reading them and hear from you: Apple Podcast | Castbox | Stitcher | Android
Don't Let Your Passion Die: Thursday Inspiration | TIT43
The Inspiring Talk
access_time3 months ago
On this episode, I share a powerful incident that has helped me rethink about the way I was living my life. This incident has moved me deeply.  Enjoy!  Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram   One Last thing . It really means a lot to me if you could subscribe to this podcast and write a nice review as I love reading them and hear from you: Apple Podcast | Castbox | Stitcher | Android Music: Infinity by Extan
Vidya Vox on Becoming YouTube Sensation and Following Her Heart: TIT42
The Inspiring Talk
access_time3 months ago
Vidya Vox shares her journey from being an immigrant kid in US going to psychology school to becoming YouTube sensation. She today amasses fan following of over 4.5 million subscribers with over 400 million views on her YouTube channel. Vidya is one of the top YouTube influencers coming from Indian origin. She is a singer and songwriter who flawlessly marries the western songs with traditional Indian classical and Bollywood songs in the form of cover songs and mashups. One can feel her amazing vibe and energy in every single song she has ever produced. Be it the costumes that she uses or the dance moves and facial expressions that she offers you can get simply enthralled with her performance. She is currently focused in creating more of her own original songs. She has released her own EP Kuthu Fire back in 2017 and since then she has never missed to leave her followers mesmerized with her originals. She has also been performing artist in YouTube FanFest India 2017.   Some Questions I ask Vidya: How did your Grandmother inspired you to follow your dreams? Who was the artist that you have grown up looking up to? How was your conversation with Mother like when you were leaving your job behind and following your passion in Music? How was that moment of uploading that first video on YouTube like? What your definition of success for the every song that you create? How do you prepare just before climbing up the stage for your live performances?   Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. Join my SIX weeks long online group podcast coaching program. Read More.   Time Stamps: 03:53 Vidya talks about her family background, culture she comes from and her life as an Immigrant Kid in US. 06:51 She shares how her grandmother pushed her and her sister to learn music and how she is living her dreams through Vidya. 08:30 She expresses her love for AR Rahaman and the revolution he has brought in Indian Music. She has seen Beyonce as her idol as a kid. 09:43 Vidya shares about the transition from Psychology school to the new world of Musical career. Meeting Shankar Tucker and going on tour with his band. 13:57 Conversation that she had with her mother before moving to India to learn music and follow her passion in Music. 17:58 Challenges she had to go through as an Immigrant teenager including bullying, being teased about culture and food. 21:20 She shares the story of creating and sharing first mashup for her YouTube channel. 24:42 Why finding two perfect songs for mashup is a puzzle and how Vidya and team solves that in hour one. 27:10 Why numbers of views doesn't matters to Vidya anymore? 29:49 She talks how haters and negative energy that came from creepy guys on club inspired name for her latest original Tamil Born Killa.  31:39 Vidya shares about designing the awe-inspiring costumes herself for music videos. 34:41 How she deals with the pressure to deliver best song every single time. 36:13 What sort of responsibilities comes along with rising popularity and why it is necessary to live with those responsibilities. 39:50 Challenges she has been through in Musical career and lessons she learnt. 41:59 Why it is integral to surround yourself with people who encourages and pushes you to the limit? 44:03 Her message to those afraid of following their heart.    Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram   One Last thing . It really means a lot to me if you could subscribe to this podcast and write a nice review as I love reading them and hear from you: Apple Podcast | Castbox | Stitcher | Android
Quit 9 to 5 Rat Race and Build Business Around Your Passion With Dev Gadhvi: TIT41
The Inspiring Talk
access_time3 months ago
Dev Gadvi is a Passionpreneur who has built his businesses around his passion and helps people do the same through his programs. He is Author of the book 80% Mindset 20% Skills, Life Transformation in 9 days. This book has been well received by people across the globe where he talks about getting out of the middle class mindset and building a millionaire mindset.   Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. Join my SIX weeks long online group podcast coaching program. Read More.  http://theinspiringtalk.com/podcastcoaching     Being son of a truck driver he has gone through a lot of financial challenges in his childhood. He struggled to communicate in English as a kid. To him, coming from lower middle class family there was an option to stay on his 9-5 job which he has been doing for 16 long years. He was making decent amount of money. But this comfortable job couldn't stop him from dreaming big and building life what he calls as SIX Sundays a week life.  In this episode we discuss on a wide range topics from: 1. Why Dev Quit his job after 16 long years of experience in Corporate life 2. How you can find your passion and build business around it or how you can become a Passionpreneur 3. His mission of helping 10 million people to find their passion 4. How you can quit the 9-5 rat race and much more.     Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram   One Last thing.... It really means a lot to me if you could subscribe to this podcast and write a nice review as I love reading them and hear from you: Apple Podcast | Castbox | Stitcher | Android   Music: Spheres by Nicolai Heidlas
Spreading Happiness Through Volunteering With Shalabh Sahai | TIT40
The Inspiring Talk
access_time4 months ago
Shalabh is co-founder and Director of  iVolunteer which is a social enterprise that brings volunteers and organisations together to share Time, Skills and Passion to promote country's social development.   He  is an alumnus of the prestigious Rural Management programme at IRMA. Shalabh has also Co-Founded JobsForGood which offers Recruitment and HR Advisory services so social enterprises are able to leverage human capital towards achieving their mission.   Shalabh is also credited with creating iVolunteer Awards, nation’s only awards aimed at inspiring, recognizing and establishing new benchmarks on volunteering.    Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer.      Shalabh, was instrumental in creating the ICICI Fellows program in 2009 and led it till 2013, following which he co-founded India Fellow, an intense 13-month leadership journey that sets young Indians on becoming socially conscious leaders of tomorrow. He has got prestigious fellowship such as Commonwealth Professional Fellowship in 2003 among many others.   In this episode we discuss about: 1. How did Shalabh got fascinated by Volunteering and why he thinks it is addictive 2. Challenges of working in social enterprise sector 3. The achievement he is most proud ot 4. Why Shalabh thinks failure is important in one's life and he talks about his failures in his life and much more. Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram   One Last thing.... It really means a lot to me if you could subscribe to this podcast and write a nice review as I love reading them and hear from you: Apple Podcast | Castbox | Stitcher | Android
Celebrate Smaller Things: Thursday Inspiration | TIT39
The Inspiring Talk
access_time4 months ago
How long it has been since you had that big smile on your face? When was the last time you laughed rolling down on the floor? It's easier to get caught at the moment and forget smaller things that matters. This week is all about celebrating those tiny things in your life. Enjoy! Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram Music: New Places by Nicolai Heidlas
Finding Hope In The Midst of Pain with Dorothy Anne: TIT38
The Inspiring Talk
access_time4 months ago
Dorothy is a singer and songwriter based in United states. She is inspiring people across the globe with her contemporary songs blended with hope and faith.   She has gone through a challenging time in her life when she lost her daughter soon after she gave birth to her. She captures a theme of hope in the midst of pain with her lyrics, pairing them with bright, catchy melodies and beautiful orchestrations.  Dorothy’s debut EP Always Hope is a collection of deeply personal songs. The single "Don’t Let Me Go" attracted high praise from fans on iTunes.      Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer.    Some Questions I ask Dorothy: How did you even got into singing? What's your story? Who was your childhood hero? What are some specific things your mom did or said to ensure that you followed your heart?   How many times do you write and re-write a song on an average?   Time Stamps: 05:07 Dorothy shares about her early days and getting into music. 06:37 She talks about her dreams as a kid including having a big family with many kids. 09:13 Dorothy shares some of her favorite artists that she grew up listening to. 10:14 How her mother helped her in following her heart and become a singer. 14:23 What inspired the name Always Hope for her EP and the sad story of losing her daughter. 21:17 She talks about her creative process and song writing schedule  25:30 Dorothy talks about the biggest challenge in releasing her EP and how she was able to raise money through crowdfunding. 28:25 She shares some tips on crowdfunding success   Enlightening round: What inspires Dorothy to do everything that she does: To help people that are hurting.  Which one daily habit has been game-changer for her: Journaling on Freedom Journal What book he thinks everyone must read: Way of the master. Things she thinks would have done differently:  Start sooner. Write More Worked in quarter  Online tool that she uses on regular basis: Canva   Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram   One Last thing.... It really means a lot to me if you could subscribe to this podcast and write a nice review as I love reading them and hear from you: Apple Podcast | Castbox | Stitcher | Android
Tap Into Your True Potential: TIT37
The Inspiring Talk
access_time5 months ago
Do you doubt on yourself and your potential? Are you yet to realize the innate potential that each one of us have? It feels so easy and natural to say yourself that you don't have potential to shine. I understand this, I have been there. I was getting goosebumps when Dr. Sukhi Muker  was sharing with me about the immense potential that each one of us have within ourselves. He has experienced that on his own life. From being a drug addict almost killing himself to becoming best-selling Author and Global speaker Dr. Sukhi has experienced a lot in his life. I bring you this short clip from a great episode with Dr. Sukhi Muker  for this week's Thursday Inspiration where he takes you on a deep dive to your potential. Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram Music: Miles High by SANDR
Bringing Social Change Through Trash With Mathew Jose: TIT36
The Inspiring Talk
access_time5 months ago
Mathew Jose is a social entrepreneur who runs an Organization called Paperman. Through this organization, Mathew's mission is to bring about a positive social change through trash. He has created a platform called trashfunding that helps people to convert their trash into an investment for social change. His expertise also lies in the key understanding he has about India's 1.5 million strong informal sector recyclers. He is passionate about improving their livelihoods through his innovations. Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer.  Mathew is also a multiple TEDx Speaker and pioneered the creation of innovative models of recycling that motivates people to recycle. He has been featured in various national and international medias such as BBC, Forbes, The Hindu among many others. In 2016 -Forbes Magazine has added mathew into the annual list of 30 people under age of 30 from India and Asia. Mathew has been awarded the prestigious Ashoka fellowship in 2015 and he is also most recently a Nelis Japan Member.   Some Questions I ask Mathew: What's is trash economy? How did you even got interested in all this. What's your story? What's so satisfying about starting a social enterprise? Which one thing you are struggling to overcome?   Time Stamps: 04:16 Mathew shares why there is huge opportunity in trash. 05:55 He shares how his internship with a non-profit organization inspired him to start his company, Paperman. 06:50 Mathew talks about his family background. 07:57 He shares about innovative ideas for engaging and promoting people to recycle their trash. 11:44 He talks about why starting a social enterprise is so satisfying. 13:03 Mathew shares his tips to someone looking to start a social enterprise.  16:15 He shares his idea of picking a mentor for him in his life and business. 18:35 Some challenges that are specific to social enterprise which might not be prevalent in for-profit organization. 23:24 Mathew shares about his another initiative OpenAct. 24:32 He talks about his morning ritual of Journaling and Meditation. 28:26 Enlightening Round Enlightening round: What inspires Mathew to do everything that he does: His peace with self Which one daily habit has been game-changer for him: Meditating every day What book he thinks everyone must read:  Power of Now- Eckhart Tolle Shoe Dog by Phil Knight Things he think would have done differently:  Engaged More Mentors early on. Would have focused building network. Worked better on Improving Communication Plan. Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram Music: Longest Road by Broken Elegance
Keep Moving Forward: Thursday Inspiration | TIT35
The Inspiring Talk
access_time5 months ago
Martin Luther king Jr. said, If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward. My friend life is not always about sunshine and rainbows. You might get knocked down or get hit on the face. You will be torn, betrayed and lost. People will leave you when needed you the most. Buy hey, do you stop? Do you Quit?  No my Friend. You muster all the courage, bounce back and face it. You grow stronger and learn. But you will not Quit. Because, Losing is Temporary but Quitting is permanent. All you need to do my friend is Keep Moving Forward. Visit Website: http://theinspiringtalk.com if you need help launching your own podcast.  Make sure that you share this inspiration with your friends and family. Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram
Modern Yogi's Journey of Finding and Spreading Happiness: TIT34
The Inspiring Talk
access_time5 months ago
Sarvesh Shashi was fairly born with silver spoon on his mouth. He had every opportunity to take easier route of taking care of his father's multi-million dollar businesses. He rather walked down the less traveled road of starting his own. At the age of 17, he started a chain of Yoga studios with unsecured loan from his Uncle. He is branded as youngest CEO in Yoga and Wellness sector by Bloomberg. He is also an INK fellow, TEDx Speaker and featured in many national media for his innovative work in Yoga. His studios presents 25 different forms of yoga such as basketball yoga, paddle boat yoga, brick yoga, etc. Some Questions I ask Sarvesh: What made you even turn up at the Yoga class for the first time? What are some of the tasks your Guruji has assigned  to you? Is there any logic behind doing maunbrat (extreme silence)  for 40 days? Why not 20 days or 60 days? What was the most important realization that came to you or best thing that you have learned in those 40 days? What is your suggestion to someone who is looking forward to follow their passion but are afraid or don't have resources or just making excuses? Time Stamps: 04:02 Sarvesh shares about his family background and childhood.  05:26 He talks about his introduction to Yoga and finding his Guruji. 11:27 Sarvesh shares about different sadhanas he did as a part of his journey. 16:57 He shares how 40 days of extreme silence has helped him navigate through his life and goal. 19:55 Sarvesh shares his story of starting his company- Zorba 29:11 Modern Yoga Sarvesh's company offers does not lose the essence of yoga.  32:57 Enlightening Round Want to start your own podcast or want help in editing your podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer.    Full Shownotes: http://theinspiringtalk.com/sarvesh-sashi Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram
Bouncing Back From Your Challenges and Thriving With Melissa Monte: TIT33
The Inspiring Talk
access_time6 months ago
Melissa was raped twice as a teenager, lost her friend to suicide and dad to cancer. She got addicted to drug, became alcoholic and suffered from severe bulimia for almost a decade. She has faced a lot of challenges in her own life. It seemed impossible for her to come out of all this. She was surrounded by wrong kind of people, dating a meth addict and going down the wrong path in life.  On this episode, Melissa shares her story of bouncing back and thriving. She is a certified Yoga teacher and reiki healer. She is also a host of Podcast called Mind Love where she discusses mindset shifts, energy frequencies and modern mindfulness through raw stories, personal experience and inspiring interviews.    Some Questions I ask Melissa: What was the first thing that you did when you wake up the morning  How hanging out with right kind of people helps you in one's growth? What are your non-negotiables while selecting whom you wanna spend time with? How do you get over your past? What does your visualization practice looks like?   Time Stamps: 03:55 Melissa shares how beautiful her childhood was. 04:24 She talks about traumas that hit her as a teenager. 06:50 How she kept planting seeds of hope and started on a new journey. 09:22 Melissa shares about the very first thing that she did on first day of her new journey. 11:18 She talks why letting go of people who are dragging you down is very important. 19:10 Melissa shares how she deals with the thoughts of her past and don't let it affect her present. 31:55 She shares how taking ownership in life helps you in not becoming victim of situation or challenges you faced in your life. 35:28 Her story of crashing into Obama's election dinner party. 40:12 Enlightening Round Want to start your own podcast or want help in editing your podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer.    Full Shownotes: http://theinspiringtalk.com/melissa-monte  Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram   Music: Point of View by Nicolai Heidlas
Trashing The Average Tag: The Inspiring Talk | TIT32
The Inspiring Talk
access_time6 months ago
I was a very average student while I was in school. Everyone said that. My parents always answered saying, Ya Bijay is just an average student, he neither fails nor Tops the class when somebody asked them about my study.   My teachers also always said that, and I was categorized as an average student. That statement kept coming over and over again from them. When it kept coming repeatedly for some years, I, somehow at that point in time believed on what they said and accepted that label of an average student all my schooling. Bijay is an Average student. I believed them and I had those Mark Sheets to reinforce those statements. I even recall myself saying several times while in school, I am doing just fine when someone from distance relatives or new people asked me about my study. I also remember going to toppers and saying you are amazing. I can't even think of topping in my life.  I think I was happy with what I had. The label of an average guy. Because that's what I have been told all my life right. Nobody ever said Bijay you are topper you can top the class. Never. Nor my parents nor teachers because they believed I cannot ever do that and made me believe as well over years. And I completed my high school and now was time for college. I moved to Kathmandu for entrance exam preparation. And I was not able to make it to the college that I wanted to as my teachers and parents expected. I don't know why but that incident stir something inside me. Not being able to clear that entrance means I had to adjust to an average college and be happy with average marks and lead an average life. Now, I got admitted to a college in Delhi NCR. And I remember very clearly saying to myself after coming to Delhi. Even if I was not able to make it to the best college, I am going to be the best wherever I am. I desperately wanted to trash the average tag I was given all my life. I no longer wanted to live with that Average Student label I was given by people around me. I somehow made myself believe that I can do that. I remember working so hard in my college. There were many challenges in front of me. I came from Nepal, so language was a barrier, I couldn't speak hindi, It was a huge cultural change, I had to adjust myself. I knew nobody and noone was there for moral support. But still I knew and believed I am not meant to be an average student. And Guess what? First Year- I topped the college, Second Year- I again topped the college and also awarded with the best student Award, Third Year- I was awarded with full fee waiver scholarship and Last Year- I graduated as a topper and got a placement at top company.  And on first three month of the on job-training at this top company, I was awarded with most outstanding candidate award from global leader.   Want to start your own podcast?  Let me help you right from coming out with idea to launching your first episode ever. Get in touch.   Remember, the average guy is now the most outstanding candidate. Because I believed that I could be one. Because I decided to trash the Average tag. That one thought of not accepting the tag given by people around me made that difference in my life. Imagine I would have been an average student all my life if I have not chosen to seek that potential within myself. Each one of us has got it within ourselves.   Guys, Louise Hay said If you accept a limiting belief, then it will become a truth for you. It's up to you whether you wanna live with label of an Average person given by people around you or trash that label and turn your identity as a outstanding candidate. It's just the matter of belief. If you believe you can than there's no force ever created that can stop you. because you have the power to become unstoppable and trash the average tag. Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram     Music: Just The Beginning by Extan
Eating Healthy And Staying Fit With Nutritionist Nidhi Mohan Kamal: TIT31
The Inspiring Talk
access_time6 months ago
Nidhi is a Nutritionist and Fitness expert based in South Delhi. She is director of Organization called Nidsun Wellness which helps people with non-invasive body shaping, diet plans and online fitness programs.    She’s a certified Fitness trainer with a specialization in training for special needs, she’s a Puma Athlete and trainer. She has been personal training many special needs clients one and one. In terms of fitness and exercise, she has been working out last 17 years and has learned Functional, weight training, Yoga and various dance styles. She’s the brand ambassador of Puma Do You in India along with Jacqueline Fernandez, Kalki Koechlin Liza Haydon, Sakshi Malik & others and was part of their Guinness World Record plank   You might have seen or read about Nidhi on national Newspapers such as Times of India, Deccan Chronical, India Times among many others. Some Questions I ask: What is your suggestion about meals. Is it good to have three big meals or several small meals?  You were among the first people bringing Cryolipolysis- or fat freezing technique in India. Could you talk about what it is and how this bodyshaping technique works and its benefits over liposuction and other surgical procedures.   why and how intermittent fasting is good for one? why and how intermittent fasting is good for you?  Time Stamps: 04:54 Nidhi shares why she carries yoga mat on her flight. 05:55 She talks about where she was 9 years back and what she was doing. 08:20 Nidhi talks about having impact of her father in body building and non-invasive techniques. 09:50 She shares why fat freezing often called as cryolipolysis is more better option for body-shaping. 16:03 Where can a newbie start on his journey of eating healthy and fitness. 20:50 What is Nidhi's suggestion on frequency of meal in a day. 22:20 Is fasting good for health? 27:25 How to build a business that celebrities would want to work with you? 30:17 What Nidhi's Organization Nidsun all about. 33:23 How to build lean muscle with Vegan diet? 38:18 Enlightening Round  Show Notes page: http://theinspiringtalk.com/nidhi-mohan-kamal Get One Free Audiobook on Audible: http://theinspiringtalk.com/audible    Want to start your own podcast or want help in editing your podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer. Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram Music: Let me be by Extan 
Power of Choices: Thursday Inspiration | TIT30
The Inspiring Talk
access_time6 months ago
You are making choices every single moment in your life. Whether it is to watch a movie or read a book, go on a party on weekend or build business. You are making those choices every moment. Your life at moment is reflection of all the decisions or choices you have made in the past. One good choice can transform your life just the way it did for Abdul in the story I have shared in this episode. Stop complaining and take responsibility because you were born to soar higher like an eagle not to quack and complain like the duck. Make that life changing choice, plan and stick to it. You will astound yourself. May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears. -Nelson Mandela     Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram
Three Habits That Can Transform Your Life: Thursday Inspiration | TIT 29
The Inspiring Talk
access_time7 months ago
I am keen in deconstructing successful people and get deep into their habits. In this episode, I present you three most common habits of successful and inspiring personalities I have interviewed for this podcast.   Episodes and Resources Mentioned: Chitra Jha's Episode Jogesh Jain's Episode Praveen Wadalkar's Episode Meditation App- Stop, Breathe and Think The Five Minute Journal App Audible- One Free Audiobook and one month free trial My reading list for 2018- 60 books I am reading this year.   Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram
Start Your Business With Zero Money With Serial Entrepreneur Avelo Roy:  TIT28
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access_time7 months ago
What? You think you need a lot of money to start a business? Wait my friend. You need ZERO money to start a business of your dreams and turn it into a multi-million dollars venture. Avelo Roy has done the exact same and he shares how he was able to do that in this episode.  Avelo is a serial entrepreneur who has built seven businesses in US with Multi-Million dollars worth of products and services in wide range of segments from consumer electronics to food science to healthcare process automation and so on.   Avelo started his first company at the age of 19 while he was still in college with almost Zero money of his own. within three years, he was able to turn that company to a million dollar in valuation.  He has won more than 70 awards in US, Canada and India and is also regarded as one of the 40 must follow people in Indian Startup ecosystem by bizztor. He is also multiple TEDx Speaker and Currently, Avelo runs the largest startup incubator in East India called Kolkatta Ventures with 350+ startups out of which 272 has already started making money.     Some Questions I ask Avelo: Where was this thought or seed of entrepreneurship planted on your mind at that very young age? I was wondering if you could share any other specific events or memories from your childhood or conditioning from your parents that you think has helped you in having a growth and risk-taking mindset as you grew up?   What is your approach in getting top-notch millionaire or billionaire mentors for yourself? What do you think is the most millennial don't understand about entrepreneurship and whats your advice to them? Time Stamps: 05:25 Avelo talks about how the seed of business planted on him and writing an email to Bill Gates. 07:13 He shares how growing among leaders in his own house has helped him sub-consciously to develop leadership qualities. 10:53 Avelo shares how his mother brainwashed him to be best at what he does.  11:43 How Avelo got into understanding of Shreemad Bhagvad Geeta and how it has helped him in coping up with tough phase in his life. 14:30 Avelo shares about his first business. Everything from conceptualization to launching the product. 19:48 The biggest mistakes Avelo made in his entrepreneurial journey and lessons learned. 23:03 Avelo Shares his tips for entrepreneurs to nail the pitch. 27:41 What is his approach to get access to Millionaire or Billionaire Mentors. 32:56 Qualities Avelo looks in a mentee before he takes them up for mentoring.  34:33 This is what most millennial doesn't understand about entrepreneurship.  39:15 Avelo shares about his company Kolkatta Ventures. 43:48 How Avelo comes back to track when he feels overwhelmed or low in his life. 46:13 Enlightening Round  Show Notes page: http://theinspiringtalk.com/avelo-roy  Get One Free Audiobook on Audible: http://theinspiringtalk.com/audible    Want to start your own podcast or want help in editing your podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer. Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram Music: Meteor by Extan
Manoj Vasudevan World Champion of Public Speaking: Master The Art of Public Speaking: TIT27
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access_time7 months ago
Manoj Vasudevan was not always a world-class public speaker but with consistent practice and endless determination he was able to win the coveted World Championship of Public Speaking in 2017. At one point in time he was not promoted by his organization to the next level as he lacked what it took to be at next level. That was the moment when Manoj decided to excel in Leadership and Communication skills. He quit his job, started a company and started to work on building these skills.  Manoj is a Global Next level Leadership expert. He is the CEO of Thought Expressions, an organisation that helps you take your speaking to World Class standards. He was crowned as a world champion of public speaking in 2017 leaving behind over 35,000 aspirants from 142 countries in World’s largest speech contest. He was also among the top-25 stand-up comedians at the International Comedy Festival in Hong Kong. He holds an MBA from Imperial College London and his books include international best-seller Mastering Leadership The Mousetrap Way. Some Questions I ask Manoj: What are some of the perks of being world champion of public speaking? Is there anything about public speaking that you yourself feel that you haven't mastered it yet? Are there some speakers in present or from the past that you yourself look up to or learned lot from?    We have all listened to great speeches from Martin Luther King Jr. to Steve Jobs. What makes a great iconic speech like those or what are the common qualities these iconic speeches have? Time Stamps: 04:08 Manoj shares about the sense of satisfaction that comes from achieving goals. 05:47 He talks how teaching public speaking to students has helped him get clarity of his speech.  07:17 Manoj shares about his journey of how he got into public speaking. 08:52 Five cores skills to master in life. 11:47 He talks about leaving his job and starting his company to master the skills. 14:35 How can one eliminate the fear of public speaking? Three milestones of public speaking  20:45 Why  continual learning is important to Manoj? 29:02 How did Manoj got into comedy?  36:40 Why Manoj thinks leadership is about creating more leaders? 39:21 How taking ownership of job at hand can help you develop leadership qualities? 42:33 Enlightening Round  Show Notes page: http://theinspiringtalk.com/manoj-vasudevan-interview  Want to start your own podcast or want help in editing your podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer. Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram Music: Never Forget You by Extan
Take Life Changing Decisions | Thursday Inspiration: TIT26
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access_time7 months ago
The Inspiring Talk podcast turned SIX months and it all started with a decision to inspire people. I have learned a lot along this journey and got opportunity to interact with amazing people who has reached milestones. In this Thursday Inspiration I talk about decisions and how taking right one can transform our life for forever. Enjoy the show! Episodes Mentioned: Dr. Sukhi Muker's Interview Lena Kay's Interview Sean Douglas's Interview   Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram   Music: A New Day by Nicolai Heidlas
Making Decisions That Shapes Life With Sean Douglas: TIT25
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access_time7 months ago
Sean Douglas was suicidal at one point of time due to heavy drinking habit and series of negative thoughts. He has grown in alcohol and abusive environment at his home. This had deep negative impact in his life and he himself became alcoholic. But this is not what he wanted for himself in his life. One fine day he said to himself, "I am so done with this. I need to change the way I am living my life." He turned to timeless wisdom of great books and people who has shown him the way. He shares decisions we make in our life at the moment has impact in our future.  Today, Sean is a TEDx Speaker, owns a company The Success Corps to help other transcend their limits, Author of the book Decisions- The Power To Overcome Self-Defeating Behaviors. He is a United states Air Force Veteran deployed to multiple locations worldwide and has performed multitude of duties all over the world.  Some Questions I ask Sean: How was growing up in alcohol dominated and abusive environment at your home like? And how did that impact your thought pattern as a kid? Sean you spent four years as a Drill Instructor in Air Force Basic Training. What did you learn from that opportunity or experience in your life? What is the message you wanna give out to people who are hitting rock-bottom in their life like you did? Can you talk a bit about how can one hack his brain for success? What is one thing you are still struggling with? Time Stamps: 03:40 Sean Shares about his recent work and mission of his life. 04:37 He shares how he learned to get out of his own way to success while he was a drill instructor in Air Force. 05:41 Sean talks about how unstable and rough childhood he had and getting into alcohol addiction and family. 07:22 He shares about darkest phase in his life including almost killing himself. 11:39 How he was able to come out of alcohol addiction and suicidal thoughts turning to wisdom of books. 15:50 Sean's message to people hitting rock bottom- You have power to rewrite your own story. 17:27 How you can hack your brain for success. Sean gives an example. 22:53 Sean shares what self-defeating behavior is and how is book Decisions can help you come out of those behaviours. 29:24 He talks about his organization The Success Corps. 33:00 Enlightening Round. Show notes page: http://theinspiringtalk.com/sean-douglas  Attend Podcast Launch Workshop.: http://theinspiringtalk.com/workshop  Use Coupon code INSPIRING while checkout to get jaw dropping discount. Get free Audiobook on Audible. Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram  
Don't Let Criticism Shake You
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access_time7 months ago
When I came across this story that I grew up listening to from my teacher in school, I couldn't stop sharing it with you. You might have heard this but still is so relevant even today. Enjoy the show! Show Notes page: http://theinspiringtalk.com/kill-criticism Attend Podcast Launch Workshop: http://theinspiringtalk.com/workshop  Use Coupon code INSPIRING while checkout to get jaw dropping discount. Get free Audiobook on Audible. Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram    Music: Modern Theme by Nicolai Heidlas
Be Comfortable on Your Own Skin with Storyteller Praveen Wadalkar: TIT23
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access_time7 months ago
Praveen Wadalkar robbed his six years old son’s piggy bank to go for a business meeting. His first business was a complete flop show and he had no money left as he and his wife both had left their job to start that business. Praveen has been to the stage where quitting the entrepreneurial dream was much easier option than to continue. But he kept moving forward to start another venture which flourished and is now spread across many nations in Asia. Praveen is co-founder and CEO of Techizer Tech Solution, a highly specialized healthcare IT consulting firm whose presence is felt in over hundred companies across the Asia. He is a storyteller by passion and has shared his stories in different platforms including two TEDx talks. His talk on Someone’s watching Me (SWM) disease- a condition where we change our decision just because we think what people will think about us has been well received by viewers. He is also an author of the book, Stop Taking Medicines where he explores the issue of medicine non-adherence to raise awareness. Some Questions I ask Praveen: You said in your TEDx that you didn't tell people that your dad was a rickshaw driver. What did you say when somebody asked what does your dad do? What are some of the very important traits or qualities that you acquired from your dad and want to pass on to your kids?  Why do you think we are so concerned about other's opinion? Where did you get that inspiration of starting your own company? Please talk about the biggest failure or challenge that you have faced in your life and the most important lesson learned from that. Time Stamps: 04:37 Praveen shares about his childhood from failing in 9th Standard and running away from home. 07:32 He shares about his parents and excuses he made to hide from people that his father was a rickshaw driver. 09:57 He talks about the most important lessons learned from dad including never giving up attitude. 14:10 How he builds upon important values and invincible mindset on his son Arnab. 18:55 Praveen shares how Someone’s Watching Me (SWM) impacting many lives and not allowing people to tap into their full potential 25:16 Praveen’s story of living well-settled life in Mumbai doing job to quitting and starting first venture. 34:00 How he enjoys instability and practice that on his office. 42:50 Praveen share about his book Stop Taking Medicine 46:50 Enlightening round See the show notes page : http://theinspiringtalk.com/praveen-wadalkar/  Attend Podcast Launch Workshop.: http://theinspiringtalk.com/workshop  Use Coupon code INSPIRING while checkout to get jaw dropping discount. Get free Audiobook on Audible. Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram
Build Winning Mindset
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access_time8 months ago
I have realized that there is a trait in every successful people that loser and quitters lack by interviewing successful and inspiring personalities every week. They have winning mindset. They believe on their vision and dreams more than anyone else and keep pursuing unless they turn that into reality. Another such quality is to stand up back tall more determined and more focused than ever after every fall.  Enjoy my take on winning mindset! See the show notes page : http://theinspiringtalk.com/build-winning-mindset/  Attend Podcast Launch Workshop.: http://theinspiringtalk.com/workshop  Use Coupon code INSPIRING while checkout to get jaw dropping discount. Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram  
Become The Invincible Giant With Entrepreneur Jigna Tanna: TIT21
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access_time8 months ago
Jigna Tanna is a construction entrepreneur, author, keynote speaker, change catalyst, and most sought after performance excellence strategist. Jigna comes from a family of business background with open mind but she eventually got married to family where women's freedom was not as widely accepted. She along with her husband had to take a hard route of starting the business all over again. She recalls her partner cheating her in business and having to burn all savings and selling her jewelry to pay lenders. She has learned most important lessons of life during that stage of her life. Some Questions I ask Jigna: How do you manage all the things that you do? What are some of the initial challenges you've faced on starting your business? What is invincible giant all about? How building good relationship matters in business? Time Stamps: 05:12 Jigna shares everything that she is doing at the moment. 07:30 She talks about how the fire within her keeps her going. 10:00 Jigna shares how she started her new venture by borrowing money from her friend, what she learned from her backstabbers. 16:15 She shares the most important lessons that she has learned as an entrepreneur and her message to women across the globe. 19:40 Jigna talks about performance milestone gateway chart that she maintains as her ritual every morning that has transformed her life and helped her achieve goals faster. 27:40 She shares how she reflect her day every evening and shares a story how reflecting back and journaling has helped her. 30:40 She shares why each one of us are invincible giants. 35:25 The right way to connect with people and building stronger relationships with people in business. 44:05 Enlightening round Attend Podcast Launch Workshop.: http://theinspiringtalk.com/workshop  Use Coupon code INSPIRING while checkout to get jaw dropping discount. Jigna Tanna's Website: http://jignatanna.com Click here to Stand a Chance to win one-on-one power session with Jigna.  Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music 
Knowing Your Uniqueness With Amit Giri: TIT20
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access_time8 months ago
Amit Kumar Giri found his passion in helping students find their strengths and uniqueness while conducting free sessions for poor kids. He wanted to do something about it but had no idea at all about where to start. He quit his well-paying job at media house of repute to start his company Brain Gateway. First few months were not something you'd want to happen in your own life. Everything he has saved was burning out and there was no hope of getting the show going. He has stopped believing that people would love investing in his idea and something interesting happened that he shares with big enthusiasm that helped him get his business off the ground. He saw a stranger at coffee shop smiling at him who eventually helped him scale his business. Amit today is Founder of Brain Gateway, a company that helps children to analyze and identify their strengths using technology and counselling. Amit is also a certified dermatology consultant and strategy consultant to top media houses. A man with awakened inner conscience trained, mentored and motivated students across the globe including countries like Dubai, Sri Lanka, Bangkok, Singapore and Nepal. He always strived to dig deeper into matters related to children psychology. Attend Podcast Launch Workshop.: http://theinspiringtalk.com/workshop  Use Coupon code INSPIRING while checkout to get jaw dropping discount. Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/amit-giri  Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music 
Conquer Your Fears: Thursday Inspiration
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access_time8 months ago
What if I fail? What if she says NO? What if he gets angry? What if they judge me? I might loose all my money. Are these some of the questions that comes to your mind before doing some task, taking risk or asking someone for their help? Is fear of failing or being rejected stopping you from executing on your idea or plan that you believe will transform your life and life of people around you? When you are in this situation next time ask yourself these three questions: What is the worse that can happen as a result of this task or action that I am about to take? Even if the worse possible happens to me, can I bounce back to where I am today? What is the best thing that could happen if I do this? Register for podcasting workshop in Delhi: http://theinspiringtalk.com/workshop Read Full show notes: http://theinspiringtalk.com/take-action Follow The Inspiring Talk on: Facebook Twitter Instagram
Make You Action Louder Than Your Excuses: Thursday Inspiration
The Inspiring Talk
access_time8 months ago
Make your action louder than your excuses. There's no other way around for action except putting on work and taking action. You already have what you need and you already have enough information on what to do and how to do. The only ingredient that's lacking in your success journey is taking action. It's time to take some actions. Download your free powerful self-talk PDF http://theinspiringtalk.com/free Register for podcasting workshop in Delhi: http://theinspiringtalk.com/workshop Read Full show notes: http://theinspiringtalk.com/take-action Follow The Inspiring Talk on: Facebook Twitter Instagram
Have Powerful and Positive Self-Talk: Thursday Inspiration
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access_time9 months ago
How often we hear we are not good enough, we are not capable of doing or we are not worthy of the experiences from people around us? Should that matter at all? Hell No! Stop listening to those noise and most importantly stop telling yourself those negative stuffs. Have powerful and positive self-talk every single day.  Download your free powerful self-talk PDF http://theinspiringtalk.com/free Register for podcasting workshop in Delhi: http://theinspiringtalk.com/workshop Read Full show notes: http://theinspiringtalk.com/have-positive-self-talk    
Nine Powerful Lessons I Have Learned in 2017: TIT16
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access_time9 months ago
Nine Powerful Lessons Learned: Invest in your learning Invest in experiences Invest time with people that matter Get in good mind set Plan everything Take actions Grow every single day Inspire people around you Don’t Hesitate To ask Register for Podcasting Workshop: http://theinspiringtalk.com/workshop  Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/nine-powerful-lessons-learned Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music
Stop Making Excuses and Transform Your Life With Lena Kay: TIT15
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access_time9 months ago
In her mid 20’s Lena Kay found herself living in a homeless hostel, depressed, overweight with a brain tumour and living on benefits. Suicidal thoughts became prominent at one point of time in her life. She thought her life has no meaning to be alive. She never thought she could come out of that trap of her own thoughts.  She discovered neuroscience, quantum physics, meditation and law of attraction, used the knowledge to transform her life and helped many people on her journey as she organically fell into coaching. Lena today is an International speaker, Transformational Coach and Trainer based in London. She is also a TEDx talk speaker with powerful message to transform the world.  Time Stamps: 04:20 Lena shares about her morning ritual. Her morning drink to wake her organs up. 07:35 She talks about her moving from Iraq to London and first memory of UK.  10:10 Lena had speech impediment and struggled to communicate as a kid. 11:35 She talks about culture crash as what she believed was right and learned as middle-east kid was wrong in UK. 13:50 She talks about dropping out of university to work for gambling establishments and she shares about her fascination about money. 16:30 Lena shares about the most horrible and embarrassing phase of her life as her boyfriend and his friends were arrested by police. 19:00 She talks about various jobs and titles she has taken up in her life from moving to business banking and being promoted very soon. 21:30 How having toxic relationship with her partner and parents ruined her life. She talks about lowest point in her life. 27:50 Lena shares how did her transformational journey started. She talks how her fascination about law of attraction changed her life.   34:43 Lena shares how building your positive beliefs can help you change your life dramatically. 40:48 Life responds to your beliefs, focus and to your emotions.   45:21 How does Lena gets her creative juices flowing? 48:54 How journaling has helped her in achieving her goals and remain balanced in her life. 53:44 Enlightening Round Get your Free Audiobook on Audible.  Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/lena-kay   Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music 
Stop Fooling Yourself And Create A Life Of Your Dreams With Dr. Divya Ghai: TIT14
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access_time10 months ago
Dr. Divya Negi Ghai left her decade long job as academician to pursue her passion in writing and empowering young people. She got stuck for a while when she was making this change. She was confused whether to get back to job that she didn't loved anymore or start on completely new journey. Dr. Divya's book Stop Fooling Yourself will wake you up to face the simple realities of life, which you have conveniently chosen to ignore. It delves deep into your psychology, in the context of four main ingredients for a happy and successful life: abundant money, ample time, a positive mind and a lively body. She also runs a NGO called Youth Rocks!   Time Stamps: 03:45 Start here if you'd like to jump directly inside interview. 07:02 Dr. Divya shares how did she managed to figure out her true calling while she was stuck in her life. 11:10 She shares how writing on diary as a teenager helped her in writing her book. 14:00 Dr. Divya talks about how our conditioning from family, friends and people around is making us feel more fearful about failing. And how you can stop fear of failure and rejection. 18:31 she talks about how you can keep yourself away from negative thoughts. How to avoid toxic people and implement on new ideas. 23:51 How did writing a book helped her in clearing her mind and transformed her. 28:11 How listening to oneself consciously can help you to avoid fooling yourself. 39:20 Why does Dr. Divya think it is important to teach a child emotional intelligence, soft-skills, self-talk, goals, life etc. 51:40 She talks about one goal she is willing to achieve before she leaves this world. 53:03 Enlightening Round    Register for Podcasting Workshop: http://theinspiringtalk.com/workshop  Get Dr. Divya's book Stop Fooling Yourself Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/divya-ghai Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music 
Step Up And Take Charge of Your Life with Gemini Dhar: TIT13
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access_time10 months ago
When she needed the most Gemini’s father left her for forever when she was 16. Responsibility of not only taking charge of her own life but also to earn bread for family came to her shoulder. It was not easy for her to fight the challenge life has thrown but she managed to come to the next side of it by overcoming it. Gemini Dhar is take-charge expert, fashion entrepreneur and Author of the book 9 ways to empower. For over 24 years she has been working with an extensive range of people including celebreties, CEOs, home makers and children to help strengthen their core belief systems and bringing balance in their life. Gemini is an extraordinary speaker whose talks empower individuals to combine creativity and knowledge to enhance their abilities.   Time Stamps: 03:03 Gemini talks about her younger version. 05:08 She shares about her world turning upside down as she lost her dad. 14:35 Gemini shares about starting her own business with 40,000 Rupees and turning it to over hundred crore. 22:35 She shares why she didn't settle down having good income and started on journey to empower other women. 31:17 She talks how lack of awareness stops most people from taking charge of their own life. 39:30 Gemini shares how you can find your mentor and someone who can help you in your journey. 53:14 Enlightening round. Get Gemini's Book 9 ways to empower. Get free Audiobook and one month free trial on Audible.   Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/gemini-dhar Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music     
Transcend Your Boundaries: Go Beyond Body Beyond Mind With Dr. Sukhi Muker: TIT12
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access_time10 months ago
When he was 18, Dr. Sukhi Muker after severe three-day drug binge almost pulled the trigger of loaded gun to kill himself. That was the lowest point he has ever been in his life. He never thought he’d ever come out of drug addiction, violence and crimes at that point. But with strong desire to heal his own brain and body Dr. Sukhi has come a long way. He today is an Award-Winning Doctor, Best-Selling Author and Global Speaker. He has not only recovered himself but today he helps professional athletes, CEO’s and high powered entrepreneurs as a master mindset coach in expanding their 7 - 9 figure enterprises. He not only transcended the boundaries of his mind but also of his body by becoming a 7 time Ironman Finisher and completing challenging 100 mile ultra-marathons with successful podium finishes.   Time Stamps: 3:20 Dr. Sukhi shares about his origin, parents, migration and family. 7:07 He shares about his 18 years old self who was surrounded by drugs, violence and crime. 11:52 Dr. Sukhi talks how he came out of drugs, suicidal thoughts and started on his transformational journey. 25:01 He shares how the tougher inning of his life helped him shape his own life for better. 33:04 He talks about how our emotional guidance system guides our decisions and choices in life. 36:52 How can having a conscious intention attracts your dreams and turn that into reality. 41:25 Dr. Sukhi shares how becoming an ultra-endurance has helped him prosper in all areas of his life. 45:54 He shares what his book Beyond Body Beyond mind is about and the nine strategies he talks in his book. 54:47 Enlightening round Get Dr. Sukhi's Book Beyond Body Beyond Mind.   Get 51% off on Web-Hosting with Bluehost using coupon code TIMEOUT following this link.   Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/sukhi-muker Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music 
Embracing Your Fears for Success with Akshay Nanavati: TIT11
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access_time11 months ago
Akshay Nanavati almost gave his life to suicide at one point of time. He struggled with drug addiction, PTSD from fighting the war in Iraq with US Marines and alcoholism in his life. He overcame all those challenges and has since explored the most hostile, and awe-inspiring environments on the planet, started a nonprofit foundation and built a business helping people live limitless lifestyles.  Combining his life experience with years of research in science and spirituality, he wrote a book called "Fearvana: The Revolutionary Science of How to Turn Fear Into Health, Wealth and Happiness." Of the book, The Dalai Lama said "Fearvana inspires us to look beyond our own agonizing experiences and find the positive side of our lives."    Time stamps: 04:00 Akshay shares how running has helped him in his salvation and what is his mission. 05:46 He shares about his life journey and the dark phase in his life including addiction to drug, binge drinking and suicidal thoughts. 08:30 Why Akshay thinks there are no bad or good emotions? 13:37 How can throwing yourself more on face of fear can help you in your growth and rise above the ground. He talks about overcoming one fear at a time. 15:55 Akshay talks about LMNOP method of overcoming fear. 23:03 Akshay shares what his book Fearvana is all about and how can it help you in your personal development journey. 29:46 Enlightening round Get Akshay's Book: Fearvana   This episode is brought to you by audible – get a FREE audiobook download and 30 day free trial.  http://theinspiringtalk.com/audible   Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/akshay-nanavati Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts http://theinspiringtalk.com/itunes Stitcher http://theinspiringtalk.com/stitcher CastBox on Android http://theinspiringtalk.com/castbox Play Music http://theinspiringtalk.com/google
The Art of Memorizing With Guinness World Record Holder Memory King Krishan Chahal: TIT10
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access_time11 months ago
Krishan Chahal was fascinated by the art of memorizing at younger age. In his quest to experiment on the power of his brain he memorized the value of pi upto 43000 decimal places breaking his own Guinness world record of 33000 decimals. Apart from this, he holds other two records one of them being remembering the sequence of several decks of playing cards. He says he was not the best as a kid but learning and experimenting on his brain led him to have exceptional brain power. His feats are acknowledged by Guinness Book of World Records, Limca Book of Records, Record Holders Republic, Open Record Book and Pi World Ranking. Krishan is widely referred as Memory king by Media for his exceptional demonstration of memory skills and showing to the world what human brain is capable of. His books Art of Memorising and Art of Studying Well are well received by his readers. This episode is brought to you by audible – get a FREE audiobook download and 30 day free trial.    Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/krishan-chahal Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: i-Tunes Stitcher TuneIn Play Music
Building Relationships That Matters with Business Relationship Expert Divya Parekh: TIT09
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access_time11 months ago
It was 2008 when world’s economy trembled and Divya’s life changed. She was well payed and having good corporate job, living her dream. With this falling economy, she saw her dear friends being laid off by her company. She was praying every single day asking god to save her job. She was not fired but she fired her job to take new journey of entrepreneurship. Divya went to become certified Coach training thousands of leaders, CEOs and achievers across the continents. She authored books that got well accolade from her readers. Her latest book Entrepreneur’s Garden went to became Amazon #1 bestseller internationally. Her work is focused primarily in business relationships. She teaches business leaders and entrepreneurs nine elements of relationships they should be mastering to become successful in business and life. She has been featured in BBC.com, CBS News, USA today, Daily Mirror among others for her work.      Time Stamps 04:30 Divya talks about her current work and five tenets of the message she shares with world 07:26 She shares about turning point in her life. Time when she quit her job to follow her entrepreneurial journey. 19:25 Divya shares how did she jumped out of her job. She shares what went behind that jump. 27:00 She shares about finding your purpose in life and how this helps you in your success. 33:35 How does Divya looks at relationships? She shares about nine different types of relationships everyone should be mastering to be successful. 47:50 She shares how you can deal with tough people in your life.   Get Divya's Book: Entrepreneur’s Garden   This episode is brought to you by audible – get a FREE audiobook download and 30 day free trial.    Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/divya-parekh Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: i-Tunes Stitcher TuneIn Play Music      
Slow Down and Take a Deep Breath With Chitra Jha: TIT08
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access_time12 months ago
She is a Holistic Healing coach, Author of five books and Motivational speaker. She has been grounded in Allopathic, Homeopathic and Ayurveda principles. She has also mastered the art of reiki, past life regression, inner child work and lot more. Her articles and books has been featured in almost all national newspapers. Her book “Achieve Your Highest Potential” and “The art and science of meditation” has received tremendous accolade from her readers and critics. In this episode we talk in greater detail about Meditation. Who is this for, why should lot people should be meditating, biggest myths about meditation and Chitra Jha shares a very simple meditation technique for beginners.   Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/chitra-jha Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: i-Tunes Stitcher TuneIn Play Music
Kicking Your Job and Living Life of Your Dream with Entrepreneur Kiruba Shankar: TIT07
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access_time12 months ago
Kiruba Shankar had several reasons to settle down for an ordinary life. He got fired from his job when he needed it the most. He lost 10 Lakhs (1 Million) rupees in a deal where his client absconded after he delivered his commitment. But this man was never to give up trying to pursue his dreams. He says the best lessons of your life are learned when you are down and dusted. He sat down with me to share these hard learned lessons of his life in this episode. Kiruba Shankar is an entrepreneur, speaker, author, a fellow podcaster and a farmer. He is the CEO of BusinessBlogging, a social media consultant firm. He also heads Vaksana Farms, a farming venture and a book publishing house. He has authored 4 books: ‘Copy Right and Left: Understanding Creative Commons‘, ‘Wikipedia – A Beginner’s Guide‘, ‘Crowdsourcing Tweet’ and ‘Unconference‘. He has been a technology columnist at The New Indian Express, Business Standard and Financial Express. He is a professional podcaster and hosts Kiruba.TV where he interviews global achievers. BusinessWorld magazine once ranked his blog Kiruba.com as one of India’s top blogs. Some Questions I ask Kiruba: Kiruba you are an entrepreneur, educator, podcaster and Farmer. How do you balance these all? There are many people who don't know what their passion is and are not very excited about life. How can they find their passion?  We have situations in our life where we need to make hard choices. How do we make these choices? Out of all your achievements, what is it that you are most proud of? You have interviewed and spoken to so many high performers from around the globe be it for your book, blog or podcast. What do you think drives them or fuels them? Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/kiruba-shankar Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: i-Tunes Stitcher TuneIn Play Music
The Key to Your Financial Freedom and Wealth Creation with Manoj Shrivastava: TIT06
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Manoj Shrivastava is an IT Leader who has learned the art of wealth creation the hard way. With no formal financial education in his school and college he was tied between his temptations to consumerism and his desire to create wealth for himself and his child. More often than not the temptations won over the desire. After a decade of work he had no more than 10 grands in his bank account and he got red faced when his father needed some money for an emergency and he had to deny due to unavailability of funds. Not only his parents but he too was surprised with what little he achieved. That was his moment of reckoning and he did some serious introspection. Some Questions I ask Manoj: What is the difference between saving and wealth creation? Do you think it is possible to save and be wealthy? What is it that most people don’t understand about finance? What exactly is water-wheel model that you talked about on your book? What do you think is the biggest barrier for people not to create wealth in their life? Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/manoj-shrivastava  Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: i-Tunes Stitcher TuneIn Play Music
Unveiling the Incredible You and Living Everyday as Your Best Version With Manish Pharasi: TIT05
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Manish Pharasi is personal development coach, NLP master practitioner and facilitative trainer. He has been into developing and coaching people for larger part of his life. He has helped thousands of people to live their lives as the best version of themselves. He has traveled around the globe teaching people his IncredibleU principles which he has now put together in amazon best-seller Unveil The IncredibleU book.   Some questions I ask Manish: Why do you think for any organization change is necessary? Why is change so hard? Is there a way that one can build lasting permanent change? What role having positive or negative belief has in one’s success or failure? Why self-talk is so important for one to be successful? If you have to boil down everything that you have ever learned to one message, what that message would be? Make sure you review, rate and subscribe to this podcast on i-Tunes, Stitcher or Tunein. Read full show notes at http://theinspiringtalk.com/05
Power Wealth Formula for your Personal and Financial Mastery with Maruti Makwana: TIT04
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Maruti Makwana started out as a freelance trainer after he quit his first job after 9 months. It was a big challenge for him since he studied in Gujrati medium and had very limited skill in English. People won’t believe a 23 year old kid asking for training engagements in corporate giants but somehow he managed to get his first client. Since then there is no looking back. He’s so proud of that decision he has taken in his life. He now has published an amazon best-seller Power Wealth Formula where he shares the system that worked for him to generate wealth and he’s confident that it will work for others as well. This book got best-seller on the day of its launch. He has proved that creating wealth is easy if you follow a system and he has shared some of those in this episode.   Make sure you review, rate and subscribe to this podcast.   Read full show notes at http://theinspiringtalk.com/04
Follow Your Passion and Do What you love with Author Jogesh Jain: TIT03
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Jogesh Jain decided to quit his well-paying job at multinational company of repute to follow his passion of helping youth to become more employable. Jogesh has trained thousands of students the skills they need to crack their job interviews and has published the book “How to Get That Job” where he shares how one can land his/her perfect job. His programs help job seekers to build Confidence, Courage and Competence. Make sure you subscribe to this show and leave a review on what you think about this show. Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/03 You can write to me at bijay@theinspiringtalk.com Do something Inspiring!
Designing Your Life With Brig. Sushil Bhasin: TIT02
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He is an ex-army Brigaider  turned master trainer, Author of Book Design your life and empowering educator. He helps people to move from where they are to where they could be. At the age of 54 after serving for Indian army for more than three decades, he has realized his life purpose of helping students succeed in their lives. His book Design Your Life is out on market and has been featured in Times of India, Hindustan Times, Indian Express among others. He is one of the best trainers out there with his expertise in outdoor and experiential learning and his clients include companies like Tata indicom, JP Morgan, Microsoft among others and has successfully completed hundreds of training programs for companies like these. Make sure you subscribe to this show and leave a review on what you think about this show. Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/02 You can write to me at bijay@theinspiringtalk.com Do something Inspiring!
Challenging Your Obstacles With Navin Gulia: TIT01
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Navin Gulia’s life changed when he was taking part in a sport activity while in army. He fell down from height and broke down his neck- bone leaving his body paralyzed. But, that couldn’t stop him from making his life iconic. He set out on life-threatening, all-terrain driving adventure to Marsimik (one of the highest mountain passes in the entire world) driving from New Delhi for 55 hours non-stop to the top that is 1400 feet higher than Mount Everest base camp. His record remains unbeaten for 13 years now. Make sure you subscribe to this show and leave a review on what you think about this show. Read full show notes on http://theinspiringtalk.com/01 You can write to me at bijay@theinspiringtalk.com Do something Inspiring!
About The Inspiring Talk podcast and Bijay Gautam
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Hi, My name is Bijay Gautam. I am founder and host of this podcast where I interview today's most successful and inspiring personalities every week to help you realize you inner potential. In this episode, I talk about what is a podcast, what all The Inspiring Talk is about, what inspired me to start this podcast, what is my vision and a little glimpse on my personal life. Make sure you subscribe to this show and leave a review on what you think about this show. You can see full show notes at http://theinspiringtalk.com. You can write to me at bijay@theinspiringtalk.com Do something Inspiring!
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