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.
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
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.
These three habits are repeated in several episodes by different guests and I wanted to put them together and present you so that you can use them to succeed in your own life.
There is only one way to avoid criticism, Do nothing, say nothing and be nothing. -Aristotle
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!
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!
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?
Nine Powerful Lessons I have Learned in 2017
I am sharing with you the most powerful lessons I have learned in 2017. As we start brand new year 2018, these lessons might be useful for you to navigate through your own true potential and make impact in this world in 2018. Here I present you these nine lessons.
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.
Lena 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.
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.
One good habit I installed back in 2011 was listening to podcasts. I didn’t know they were called Podcasts back then. I continued listening because of pure value I got out of those audio materials.
Further, there were no ad breaks in between (I could skip them even if there were any) and I could download them and listen them at my convenience, unlike with radio where I have to be there at the time of broadcast.
Today, podcasts are hotter than ever. Podcast listeners are growing beyond expectation every single year. Thanks to Serial Podcast that caused breakthrough in podcasting in 2014.
If you do not listen to podcasts then you are missing on with lot of awesome content out there.
Here are my five top 5 Reasons Why You Should Start Listening to Podcast Today:
“With every failure, you become a better person, you become sharper and wiser.” 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.
“Our limiting belief leads to inaction and inaction is the biggest enemy of achievement.” 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. Manish 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.
“If you have a desire to find out a way, nobody can stop you” 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.