A pandemic, a few unfortunate events, and a lot of hesitation later,
I am launching my Podcast! 🐣
The wait is finally over. Presenting to you my podcast- What's Brewing. A podcast that'll bring you some interesting people in their early career with an inspiring story.
Episode 7: What's it like to be a Private Chef in India w/ Kairavi
I've Kairavi Mehta with me who's a Private Chef. In this fun episode, Kairavi will talk about what's it's like to be a private chef in India. You'll also find her talking about her experience as a Private Chef to Ranbir Kapoor and now to the Akkineni family. If you're into food or anything related to food then I'm sure you'll love this episode and in the end, Kairavi will also talk about various non-conventional career options in this industry. Thanks for tuning in!
Episode 6: Normalising not knowing your career goals from day 1 w/ Sarthak and Nawrin
In this episode of What's Brewing, I've Sarthak and Nawrin with me who'll be talking about their start-up journey. Before getting into entrepreneurship Sarthak switched many careers and wasn't sure of what exactly he wants to do. However, he took the risk and followed his heart, completed LLM in the end. Nawrin on the other hand chose a traditional career path of engineering but later joined Sarthak in this journey. Hope you enjoy this fun episode where I explore more about the ups and downs of their entrepreneurship journey and get to know the ABC of a start-up. Thanks for tuning in!
Episode 5: Candid Conversations w/ Sabah
To complete one successful month of What's Brewing I had to experiment a lot, make mistakes in the process and learn from it in the end. In this episode, I am having a conversation with my friend Sabah who's into advertising. We talk about her internship and fellowship opportunities in the lockdown and some of her experiences in the past where she made some mistakes and got to learn from it. Join me in this episode where I'm having some candid conversations with my friend and get into knowing some of her life lessons. Thanks for tuning in!
Episode 4: Take a break and listen to your heart w/ Rrishika
Hey everyone! Thanks a lot for being with me on this journey where I chose to listen to my heart and do this podcast.
In this episode of What's Brewing, I have Rrishika with me who did exactly what I did a couple of months back. When she found herself complaining about the job she wasn't enjoying, she decided to take a break. That break got her engaged in dancing and following her heart. We talk about the importance of taking breaks, breathing space and following your heart. Thanks for tuning in!
Episode 3: Inspiration and Motivation w/ Afroz
Hi everyone! Thanks for being here after the first two episodes of What's Brewing. In this episode, I've Afroz Ahmed as my guest. He's a freelance graphic designer and photographer. He's very creative with his work and has been freelancing for a while now. However, his health took a toll 2 years back and he got diagnosed with Bone Tuberculosis first and later with fourth stage of Lymphoma Cancer. After a very exhausting treatment procedure, Afroz has fully recovered now. Throughout his treatment, he stayed strong and kept working. Join me in this inspirational yet fun chat with Afroz where he talks about what kept him motivated throughout. If you find this episode interesting, then don't forget to like and share it with your friends. Thanks for tuning in!
Episode 2: Non-conventional courses, internships and career in Social Science w/ Kasturi
In the second episode of What's Brewing, Kasturi Mishra is my guest. With a background in Social Science, she'll be talking about her experience of making a different career choice. In the episode you'll listen to her talking about gaining transferable skills through holistic internship experiences and why she chose to study abroad for her higher education in the field of Social Science. By the end of this episode, you'll be able to get an idea of the non- conventional courses, internships and career in this subject.
If you find the podcast interesting, then don't forget to like and share it with your friends. Thanks for tuning in!