A few months back, we took a survey with some questions on gender equality and based on the responses we received, we summed them up in a collegial environment amongst 3 friends. The responses we received were really insightful and so is the conversation. If you are interested to go through all the questions and the responses, you can find them on https://www.peoplesstoriespodcast.com/.
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Akshay has seen it all!
From being born and raised in New Delhi in India to graduating in mechanical engineering from the USA and working there, to moving to Germany and eventually working as a business manager, Akshay brings a very extensive professional and personal experience along with him. In this episode, Akshay has explained his transition from technical to managerial and how do his typical work-life looks like. Along with a full-blown job, he is also involved in expanding his family business which takes most of his free time. But that does not stop him from enjoying his life to the fullest.
How does he manage all of this? Listen to the episode and find out.
Kapil has some quirky choices and as he calls himself "Jack of many...". I would also call him master of many. Wondering how do these 2 worlds combine together? Then tune in to this episode of People's Stories. Kapil hails from India, has done a bachelor's in electronics and a master's in HR but is currently nailing a totally different professional path. There is also some tip shared for you towards the end so earn your reward.
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Born and raised in north India, Aditya is currently working as an impact consultant which is similar to a management consultant in the social space. With an MBA degree from oxford and past experience in the finance sector, Aditya is currently pursuing his passion to become a catalyst for some social reforms.
He brings his skill sets of managing people and resources in the most efficient way to create an impact, which he always looks forward to. In his personal life, he is an avid football fan along with other interest in gardening and reading.
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People's Stories brings to you another sales journey but this time a little different than usual. In this episode, we are going to talk to a partnerships specialist - Mr. Kunal Vaid. Kunal has been born and brought up in Northern India and has extensive experience in multiple industries within the sales domain. Apart from work, Kunal is into quizzes, likes reading, and is super amazing to talk to. In the episode, we have discussed how does his personal and professional life looks like, what skills are expected from someone who is in sales, and have tried to break some typical stereotypes associated with this area of the professional world. If this is interesting for you then tune into this short yet informative episode of People's Stories
Himan is born and brought up in northern India, loves to play guitar, and loves to spread happiness and joy around him. As a kid, he wanted to be a scientist but destiny had a different plan and he eventually landed up in a profession that is super unconventional but very rewarding. He is keen on providing the best of surprises to people and is constantly motivated by the joy on people's faces when a surprise is successfully executed. Interested to know more about Himan and the surprise planning setup? Then tune in to this episode of People's Stories.
Earth has been born and raised in Thailand, but his dreams were not restricted to his country of birth. He took the leap and explored the professional world in both the technical setup as a sales strategy and operations manager and in the consulting world as an engagement manager. Very early on Earth realized that career is not a few months thing that you do and get over with. It is a lifelong journey and therefore must be decided and thought through. Particular to note are the things that excite you and that you naturally associate with. Earth is also passionate about coaching since it has been very useful in his professional life and is happy to share his take on life, and choosing a profession in this episode of People's Stories.
Shreya talks about how she traced her path to being a creative strategist at TikTok. Born and raised in Delhi, Shreya has had a very immersive experience in the digital marketing space and has thoroughly enjoyed it. Not only is Shreya brilliant in her professional life but she also is an excellent baker and is on a mission to give Carrot cake the due it deserves. If this has intrigued you then tune into the episode to know more about Shreya and her journey.
Vedika has been born and raised in the city of lights - Kolkata, India. A food enthusiast, Vedika realized very early on that her place was not behind the counter in the kitchen but rather in front of it. 3 years ago, Vedika founded the company called scoopski and has grown it leaps and bounds since then. If this has enticed you and you would like to know more about her journey, then tune into the episode to listen to her story from her.
Rohit has an inspiring journey and many learnings to share from his own personal experience. Born and brought up in a small village in Uttar Pradesh, India, Rohit has not only achieved a prestigious position in his professional life (physician turned allied Indian Administrative Services officer) but has a very interesting personal life too. A trained Scuba diver, air rifle shooter, and badminton player, Rohit loves to spend long hours on his desk earlier studying and now working. If you are interested to get into how an IAS aspirant thinks, what is important eventually in life and some interesting insights into Rohit's life then tune into this episode of People's Stories.