It was an out-pour of comments & messages. Around 1200, no kidding! Most were cute, some were philosophical, many were emotional but the stellar ones were the ‘funny & crazy ones’.
In these 10 years (20s to 30s); I have seen people going to any extent to avoid doing what actually needs to be done! As a Motivational Speaker in India – 90% of the stuff which I receive in emails or as messages on my Social Media is what I am going to SHARE in this blogpost. All I am going to do is – ‘Take the hindsight of those thousands of messages & try & make it your foresight’.
Below are 10 ways in which people screw their lives in their 20s & regret it after 30s. As always- No Gyaan. Just pure- reality check. Intention is only one :- To help you understand ‘How to live a super inspired life in your peak youth years’. Read More
As you live life forward; many many TRAPS will attract YOU. Some people fall into them out of excitement & then spend a lifetime in recovering…
I am so tempted to warn you about one such trap; which is becoming a big suction point for the youth of today. If you are young, ambitious & seeking solutions for an awesome career – read on…
I am an English enthusiast. Love this language. So much so that in my early college days- I could memorize the entire Oxford’s dictionary (forgotten much of it with age though).
‘Powerful English’ is a deep desire with almost everyone who I meet; wherever I go. It is like the makeup of the bride (very few genuinely understand it, but it looks good). Hence, this effort at making ‘learning english’ simpler and more enjoyable!
“Akash! You can come in T-shirt, shorts & slippers to do your talk at Google” – the words of Manish (My host at Google) relieved me; as I had exhausted wearing all my formal clothes during my back to back, daily corporate events & trainings in the last 7 days.
Sigh! – my first reaction. Immediately my next reaction was:- “Really ??” Or is this some dude trying to act super cool.
India is perhaps the only country where the largest numbers of people first become Engineers / MBAs and then decide ‘What they want to be in their lives’. We usually pick up trends / road most travelled because — it is safe, tested & gives us an illusory feeling of ‘belonging to the mainland’.
This blog has the Video of my TEDx talk — ‘The Road Less Travelled’ at SIBM, Bangalore. I share my story of having done a PG in Fashion from NIFT, New Delhi & then going on to become a Motivational Speaker & a Corporate Trainer.