Prakash is a Best-selling Author of Books like The Habit of winning and The secret of leadership. He is also a speaker who speaks extensively about leadership, teamwork and winning. He has already given multiple TEDx talks on those topics.
Last Thursday, I quit my job as a research scientist at a MNC to pursue my passion in Podcasting and inspiring lives. It was not a easy decision to make but you have to often times take tough decisions to grow.
On this episode, you will learn from overcoming your fears to silencing the chatter of your head as I bring you the best of The Inspiring Talk podcast from past one year. Thank you for your support and love.
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.
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.
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.
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.