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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
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, I share my story of quitting my job and breakdown it into five steps process. Tune in if you'd like to quit the job to pursue your passion, follow your dreams and live life you want. Visit http://theinspiringtalk.com for more inspiration
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
Do you wish you were a part of a group that is on a similar journey as yours. And the people of this group totally understand your mission and your problems and encourages you to push your boundaries and celebrate your success?   That's your tribe. On this episode I am gonna talk about what exactly is a tribe, why should you be part of it and how you can contribute to your tribe.   The reason I am doing this is because last weekend, I attended one of the most amazing events of my life called Lifeplugin Summit in Shimla. On this event, about 140 people deeply passionate about personal growth and continuous learning just like me came together for three days of learning from the teachers and each other. The connections that we shared, the energy and vibe of that event just blew my mind. After that event, I came back not only feeling more inspired and more hungry for my personal growth but with a group of people whom I can call my family. They are as passionate as I am about personal growth. That;s what a tribe is.   Seth Godin put it very beautiful when he wrote:   “A tribe is a group of people connected to one another, connected to a leader, and connected to an idea. For millions of years, human beings have been part of one tribe or another. A group needs only two things to be a tribe: a shared interest and a way to communicate.”    If you are an entrepreneur find the tribe of entrepreneurs who have hunger and drive as you have. If you are a writer find a community where writers come together to talk about their failures and successes. Just go out there and find a community around what you love. If you can't find one- be a leader- Start one. This helps you in staying focused on your goal and learn from each other.
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
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!
Niraj was a community pharmacist for 7 years and I can relate to him as many of you know, I worked as a research scientist for a pharmaceutical company. Niraj was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis which causes long-lasting inflammation and ulcers in the digestive tract. He tried all sort of medication with no improvement in his health. That’s when he embarked upon a journey of profound healing and eventually broke free from the burdens of his illness without medication. He calls himself The Renegade Pharmacist and is a Founder of SOMA Breath where he empowers people with knowledge, tools, and techniques about breathing and healing. His teaching is backed by the scientific research and ancient wisdom of pranayama. In this episode, you will learn: The power of breathing. Creating the right balance of Oxygen in the body. Breathing techniques for living a long and healthy life. Nose breathing vs mouth breathing. Benefits of breath retention or Kumbaka and a lot. Want to start your own podcast? Join me on my FREE 90 Minutes Podcast to Profit Masterclass to learn how you can build your influence, authority and business using a podcast. Read More.  https://live.bijayspeaks.com/ptp    Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook http://theinspiringtalk.com/facebook  Twitter http://theinspiringtalk.com/twitter  Instagram http://theinspiringtalk.com/instagram  Read full show notes and resources:  http://theinspiringtalk.com/85
Anand has started his enterprise of Branded Handicrafts when he entered the second year of MBA. Established chain of retail showrooms on Designer Pooja wear and articles and now he is successful Facilitative Trainer, who has trained more than 150 companies, have conducted more than 800 workshops and have touched the lives of more than 40,000 people.   He was awarded as the Business tycoon of the year by Indian Education Society and Youth Icon by Lions clubs Intl (across 210 countries).   Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with an idea to publishing episode number one. Join my SIX weeks long online group podcast coaching program. Read More. http://theinspiringtalk.com/podcastcoaching   I have known Anand for over 3 years now and I must admit I have learned a lot from him about training, conducting workshops and facilitation. You will find him high on energy radiating amazing positive vibe wherever he goes.   On this episode Anand talks about starting his first business venture during his MBA, running a business on Autopilot, very important lesson he has learned from his father and lot more.   Join us for The Inspiring Talk live: http://theinspiringtalk.com/live    Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook http://theinspiringtalk.com/facebook  Twitter http://theinspiringtalk.com/twitter  Instagram http://theinspiringtalk.com/instagram  Check full show notes and resources: http://theinspiringtalk.com/68
James Taylor is an International Keynote Speaker, Author and an Entrepreneur. He travels around the globe to speak about Creativity and Innovation. As the founder of C.SCHOOL™ and host of The Creative Life Podcast and TV Show, he’s taught hundreds of thousands of individuals in over 120 countries through his online courses, books, videos and keynote speeches. James also organizes many international virtual summits on topics ranging from creativity to book writing and professional speaking.   He has worked with world’s most creative individuals and companies, ranging from Grammy-award winning music artists and best-selling authors to Silicon Valley startups and innovative multi-nationals. He is an in-demand creativity expert, he has been featured in countless media outlets and was the subject of a 30 minute BBC documentary about his life and work.   On this episode We talk about: How can you unlock your own creativity? How an organization can leverage creativity of their employees? Resources and tools James uses to put together his virtual summits 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
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. I love the way he derive analogies from the simple things from our day to day life and share  powerful lessons on his talks.  Before becoming a full time author and speaker in 2014, Prakash was  Managing Director of Kimberly-Clark Lever and in past has served in several leadership roles in different multinational companies such as PepsiCO, Hindustan Uniliver and so on. His latest book is You Too Can, where he takes you up close and personal with twenty Indian entrepreneurs as they share the lessons that they have learned.  Some Questions I ask Prakash: How do you think a great team is formed. What needs to happen? How do you derive lessons out of the smallest things such as leadership lessons from teabag or teamwork lessons from Matka fod? Do you have mentors yourself? What do you look in them before picking them as your mentors? What is that one vision of yours that you are very passionate about achieving? 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    Time Stamps: 03:55 Prakash talks about his family background and lesson he learned from his dad making him carry his bag to school at the age of five. 08:05 He recalls how he built confidence on speaking and writing during his formative years. 14:24 Selling Cola, Soap and Diapers while learning lessons of selling. 18:30 How Brian Tracy has influenced him and how he planned his exit from his job. 23:50 What is stopping people to quit their job? 25:45 Forming a great team for success of business. 33:44 How believing that there is greateness in other person helps him derive powerful lessons from people he meet. 37:08 Three things that sets great leaders apart from the others. 43:25 Dealing with Instant gratification. 50:05 Prakash's approach in picking a mentor for himself. 54:28 Making a leader bloom in this world- Prakash's mission 56:08 Enlightening Round   Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook http://theinspiringtalk.com/facebook  Twitter http://theinspiringtalk.com/twitter  Instagram http://theinspiringtalk.com/instagram  Read full show notes and resources: http://theinspiringtalk.com/56   
Imagine being arrested wrongly and you have to spend two months in jail for someone else's mistake. Well that's exactly what happened with my guest Chetan Mahajan few years back. He was put behind the bars for the case against his employer. After this episode, Chetan was terrified and had nightmares but he didn't let that define his life. He wanted to make something good out of the darkest phase in his life. He went on to write a fairly popular Book called The Bad Boys of Bokaro Jail published by Penguin.    Chetan has served in several corporate leadership roles in his life before he packed his bags and moved to a remote village in Uttrakhand with his family. He runs Asia's first writing retreat called Himalayan Writing Retreat which offers a wide variety of retreats and workshops for writers.   He is a TEDx speaker and passionate blogger. I met chetan at Professional Speakers Summit in Chennai where we both were sharing the stage and I was very Inspired after listening to his story and invited him to share the same with you all.  We chat about how Chetan landed up in jail, how was it like to be there, how he dealt with that phase of his life his story of moving to live in a village and a lot more. 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 Some Questions I ask Chetan: How did you land up in the jail? What was the moment like when you landed up in jail? How has that experience helped you in facing challenging situation in your life? What is your definition of freedom? Would you have discovered writing as your passion if you had not been to jail?    Time Stamps: 03:18 Chetan shares about his life in village and his writing. 05:15 He talks about what made him to live in village. 07:01 Chetan talks about the corporate roles that he has taken before starting on his own. 08:02 He shares how he landed up in jail for that case against his employer. 12:10 The confidence gained from going through this experience. 13:30 Chetan talks about the survival inside jail. 17:10 He shares how the journal he kept inside the jail later turned into a book. 19:48 Freedom is recognizing your constraints.  22:13 Dealing with people after coming outside jail. 23:32 Making a transition from Job to starting a Himalayan Writing Retreat. 29:21 Feeling proud and grateful for the past experience. 30:42 Message to people going through darkest phase in their life. 31:20 Enlightening Round   Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook http://theinspiringtalk.com/facebook  Twitter http://theinspiringtalk.com/twitter  Instagram http://theinspiringtalk.com/instagram  Read full show notes and resources: http://theinspiringtalk.com/60    
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
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!
"Do not be interesting, be interested." Siddharth Anantharam is a master at curating meaningful conversations that help people connect deeply with themselves, and with each other.   Asking powerful questions is his superpower and he uses it as often as possible to help people discover theirs. As the Founder of Life Circles, Siddharth hosts transformational spaces that combine meaningful conversations, games and unforgettable experiences to help communities find clarity and seek new perspectives. ⁣   Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with an idea to publishing episode number one. Join my SIX weeks long online group podcast coaching program. Read More. http://theinspiringtalk.com/podcastcoaching   ⁣He is also the Business Head of Evercoach by Mindvalley - the world's hottest personal growth company, a TEDx speaker and a Life Coach. In a world that is hyper-connected yet lonely, Siddharth is on a mission to build healthier communities where people have conversations that matter, shed their mental weight and live a lighter life.⁣   Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook http://theinspiringtalk.com/facebook  Twitter http://theinspiringtalk.com/twitter  Instagram http://theinspiringtalk.com/instagram  Connect with Siddharth on: Instagram Life Circle IG Life Circle Website   Read full show notes and resources: http://theinspiringtalk.com/77
If you have heard Ron Malhotra on Episode 63 (http://theinspiringtalk.com/63 ) you know Ron has a great understanding about life and success. He is extremely successful and is living the life of purpose. His message hits home for a lot of people and has helped a lot of people find their true purpose in life and become successful. Ron told me he has his new book is launching today and I wanted to share it with you.  Get your copy of Impossible to fail here: https://amzn.to/2Vujr70  If you buy the book on the 17th of April 2020 and send the receipt to info@ronmalhotra.com you will receive Ron Malhotra’s Smash your Limits 12 keys to success audio program worth $297 as a gift. This is 12 hours of powerful insights on how to create massive success in life. When you do this don't forget to mention that you are a listener of The Inspiring Talk. 
Journaling is one of the most common habits among the guests I have interviewed on The Inspiring Talk podcast.  After I was recommended to do this by many guests, I started to journal regularly since almost a year now and I can say this is one of the most powerful habits to start your day with.  Three reasons to Journal: 1. Journaling helps you get Clarity of your Thoughts: The simple act of writing down your thoughts on paper clears your mind from muddy, maddening or confusing thoughts and let you see your day through clear lens.    “Once we get those muddy, maddening, confusing thoughts [nebulous worries, jitters, and preoccupations] on the page, we face our day with clearer eyes.”  Julia Cameron, Author of Book- The Artist's Way   2. Journaling helps you reconnect with your goals and dreams: Journaling helps you reconnect with your goals and dreams  and vision every single morning. It is very important for us to get aligned with our goals and vision to achieve them. When you reiterate your goals every single morning by writing it down, It's just so powerful that you know what exactly you should be doing today to get a step closer to your goals. And also, it's opportunity to do course correction if you are drifting away from your goals.   3. It helps you Keep your mind positive: One of the most powerful things I do as a part of my daily routine is counting my blessings. Which means recording gratitude. Every single morning I make it a point to feel grateful and happy for what I have. These things not necessarily be materialistic things i posses but as simple as the food I have, the oxygen that i breathe, or the roof over my head. The health that i have, my parents. As simple as it might sound, but counting your blessings has a very powerful positive impact on your mind. You will feel much happier with your life while everyone else is complaining about what they don't have in their life.    Resources: Journal that I recently bought. Five Minutes Journal   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   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
“You are an average of the five people you spend the most time with.” -Jim Rohn You might have heard this zillion times already but this is so real. You cannot take a leap in your life by surrounding yourself by criticizers, losers and complainers.  The fastest way to move forward is by making friends with people who have already gone through what you are going through right now. Learn from their mistakes and their experience. By doing so you not only develop a greater sense of confidence but also avoid those mistakes and save a lot of time. Most successful people even Tim Ferris or Indra Nooyi have their inner circle of people whom they can tap into and learn and help each other.  If you don't have someone who is encouraging and uplifting enough in your circle, find someone who can fire you up and inspire you every single day. You can find them on Facebook Groups, Events or in Community.    Send your audio feedback to us: http://theinspiringtalk.com/speak Listen to Vidya Vox's episode: http://theinspiringtalk.com/vidya-vox   Want to start your own awesome podcast? Get in touch. 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
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.  Time Stamps: 01:47 Manish Pharasi on how to create long lasting permanent changes. 07:20 Kiruba Shankar on why most people are afraid to take a leap of faith in jumping from job to entrepreneurship. 09:15 Chitra Jha, Author of book, The Art and Science of Meditation on Clearing your mind from inner chatter. 15:55 Akshay Nanavati shares his insights on overcoming your fear and thriving. 21:09 Melissa Monte talks about navigating through difficult situations in your life. 25:00 Serial entrepreneur Avelo Roy shares the most misconception millennials have about entrepreneurship.  29:22 Shalabh Sahai, founder of iVolunteer talks about the importance of failure and his personal failures. 36:00 Dorothy Anne shares her insights on crowdfunding success. 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    Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook http://theinspiringtalk.com/facebook  Twitter http://theinspiringtalk.com/twitter  Instagram http://theinspiringtalk.com/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 | Google Podcasts | Castbox | Stitcher    http://theinspiringtalk.com/itunes  http://theinspiringtalk.com/google   
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
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  
On this special episode of The Inspiring Talk podcast, we bring you the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon (ADHM) coverage. We let you live the experience of half marathon. We are sure you'd want to hit the streets after listening to this episode. Also you will get to know: How Procam International (the organization behind ADHM) makes sure that air pollution on its running track. What kind of preparation goes behind putting together events like this one? Several reasons on why people run. Maybe this episode could be the one for you! The excitement and buzz of the race day. Feeling of people completing race.    Check out Vinee's Podcast Run2Vin.   Credits: Music:Intro: https://www.purple-planet.com/ Outro: Harsh Davda Edited by: Bijay Gautam Producers: Vinee Ajmera, Bijay Gautam Special Thanks to: Procam International for letting us do this.
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    
"You are the average of five people you spend the most time with." You must have heard this quote from Jim Rohn for over a zillion times. But this one piece of advice can transform your life for good.  When I worked as a Research Scientist, I was surrounded by people who'd always complain and were not happy with their life. As a result of this environment, I lost passion and eventually became frustrated with what I was doing. That was the moment when I realized I need to change my circle.  I started my podcast to pick brain of most successful and inspiring people. I was blown away by the mindset at which these people were playing. On my job, I had people around me who were complaining about the food in the cafeteria, their boss and salary. And during the nights and weekend, I was chatting with people who would talk about their vision to impact people's lives.  Their insights and vision radically transformed the way I'd show up in the world. And within fifteen months of starting my show, I got enough courage to quit my job.   When I look back today, it was those interviews and people that I surrounded myself with that helped me find my true purpose in helping people tap into their true potential.   Enjoy the episode! Facebook http://theinspiringtalk.com/facebook  Twitter http://theinspiringtalk.com/twitter  Instagram http://theinspiringtalk.com/instagram  Read full show notes and resources: http://theinspiringtalk.com/72 Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
Neeta Bhushan is the best-selling author of the book, Emotional Grit where she talks about building the emotional resilience to help people discover their true potential. She is the Co-Founder of Global Grit Institute.   Neeta is a known advocate of emotional intelligence and using the power of your story to discover who you are.  On our conversation, we explore the power of owning your story, when to share it, how it can act as a medicine for others, how you can develop self-compassion, become more vulnerable and a lot more.  Want to start your own podcast? Join me on my FREE 90 Minutes Podcast to Profit Masterclass to learn how you can build your influence, authority and business using a podcast. Read More.  https://live.bijayspeaks.com/ptp  Time Stamps: 01:07 Bijay introduces the guest, Neeta Bhushan 02:46 Neeta talks about the power of your story 03:50 How to start embracing your story and share it? 08:19 What stops people from sharing their story with others. 14:24 How can you put yourself first? 15:55 How can you serve people even if you are not CEO? 18:29 Neeta shares how her perspective about pain changed after dealing her own pain in life? 24:05 Becoming more self-compassionate. 27:50 How Neeta’s understanding about resilience has evolved over the years? 31:12 Neeta’s message to 19 years old self. 32:30 Developing EQ 40:10 Enlightening Round   Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook http://theinspiringtalk.com/facebook  Twitter http://theinspiringtalk.com/twitter  Instagram http://theinspiringtalk.com/instagram  Read full show notes and resources:  http://theinspiringtalk.com/92
Sidra Jafri is an international keynote speaker who travels extensively to share her insights on awakening principles, highly successful energy healer and founder of School of Awakening- (a global online school and consciousness hub). Sidra runs her retreat called Soul Spa around the world to help people shift the issues holding them back and transforming lives of many in areas such as wealth, relationships and overall well being of their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual self. On this episode, Sidra demonstrates how you can let go of your non-supporting thoughts and replace them with empowering one using her highly effective tool called ABC- Access Your Body's Consciousness, we also talk about the power of asking questions to your self, how you can raise your awareness and a lot more. Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with an idea to publishing episode number one. Join my SIX weeks long online group podcast coaching program. Read More. http://theinspiringtalk.com/podcastcoaching Some Questions I ask Sidra: Could you please put in simple terms what is awareness and how can one improve their self-awareness? How do you define Awakening? What do you mean when you say ask quality questions? Give us some examples of quality questions. How to manifest one's dream? Could you share something people can start implementing immediately? Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook http://theinspiringtalk.com/facebook  Twitter http://theinspiringtalk.com/twitter  Instagram http://theinspiringtalk.com/instagram  Read full show notes and resources: http://theinspiringtalk.com/73   
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