68 episodes

Absolutely Write, is a graphology podcast where host Aditi Surana deploys her superpower of handwriting analysis to unravel some traits and characteristics. Graphology is an effective method that combines the science of graphology with the art of coaching to provide an insight for better understanding. If you think you already know our fascinating guests, then wait until you hear some free-flowing, vulnerable and candid conversations. In every episode, Aditi will explore some hidden personalities in a friendly, funny yet profound way.

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Absolutely Write, is a graphology podcast where host Aditi Surana deploys her superpower of handwriting analysis to unravel some traits and characteristics. Graphology is an effective method that combines the science of graphology with the art of coaching to provide an insight for better understanding. If you think you already know our fascinating guests, then wait until you hear some free-flowing, vulnerable and candid conversations. In every episode, Aditi will explore some hidden personalities in a friendly, funny yet profound way.

    Ep. 67: What makes relationships work feat. Radhika Bapat - Psychologist

    Ep. 67: What makes relationships work feat. Radhika Bapat - Psychologist

    In this week's episode of #AbsolutelyWrite, host Aditi Surana is joined by Radhika Bapat. Radhika has been practicing Psychology for the last few years and has been awarded the “Young Emerging Psychologist” by the International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS). She graduated from the prestigious Leiden University, Netherlands and has trained at the Albert Ellis Institute, New York. She blends her training from the West and the East into cross-cultural frameworks that use mechanisms from neuroscience, socioeconomics and philosophy into psychological science.
    Aditi and Radhika talk about her professional journey as a psychologist and how people should acknowledge their discomfort and talk about it. She also shares her love for mythological stories and how this unique way of storytelling helps in connecting with her clients at a deeper level. Radhika talks about her reluctance to trust graphology but takes the leap of faith and let Aditi analyze her handwriting and answer some questions on her personality. Aditi analyzes and explains which stroke from Radhika's handwriting depicts her perfectionist behavior, social relationships and values. They also discuss various aspects of Marriage and Relationships. All this and much more on this episode of Absolutely Write.
    In this episode, Radhika shared some insights on:1. Why did she choose psychology as a profession?2. How she used storytelling as a way to work with adults as well as children?3. Also tips on - What keeps a marriage or relationship thriving? When is it the time to quit in a relationship?4. Along with this, She asked Aditi three specific questions on graphology. Did she agree or disagree with her analysis? Let's find out.
    You can follow Radhika on social media: (http://www.radhikabapat.com/)Instagram: @psychotherapybar (https://www.instagram.com/psychotherapybar/)Twitter: @radhikasbapat (https://twitter.com/radhikasbapat)
    Get in touch with our host Aditi Surana on Twitter and Instagram: @aditisurana(https://www.instagram.com/aditisurana)(https://twitter.com/Aditisurana)
    You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
    You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Ep. 66: Turning rejection into redirection

    Ep. 66: Turning rejection into redirection

    In the 66th episode of Absolutely Write, host Aditi Surana speaks about how we can redirect our rejection with 5 easy and effective ways. She shares her personal encounter around rejection. Do listen to this episode to know how by adapting a few mindset changes, it can lead you to a more evolved path.
    This short episode includes:1. How does it feel when we are rejected?2. What are the different myths around rejection?3. 5 effective ways to turn rejection into redirection.
    Tune in to find out more on #AbsolutelyWrite with Aditi Surana.
    You can download the funsheet here: http://www.aditisurana.com/podcast
    Get in touch with our host Aditi Surana on Twitter and Instagram: @aditisurana(https://www.instagram.com/aditisurana)(https://twitter.com/Aditisurana)
    You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
    You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/

    • 10 min
    Ep. 65: A small town Indian boy revives one of the most iconic fashion brands in Paris featuring Ramesh Nair

    Ep. 65: A small town Indian boy revives one of the most iconic fashion brands in Paris featuring Ramesh Nair

    In this week's episode of #AbsolutelyWrite, host Aditi Surana is joined by Ramesh Nair who is the Artistic Director in Paris, that had been dormant for 30 years before Ramesh was asked to revive it by the LVMH group. Ramesh was born in a small village in Kerala to a father who worked in the army, he struggled his way through many schools around the country being an undiagnosed dyslexic & was part of the very first batch of the National Institute of Fashion & Technology (NIFT) in 1988. After graduating he created one of the earliest fashion labels in India and paved his way to the fashion capital of the world, where he worked with Hermes for 10 years.
    Aditi and Ramesh talk about his journey of how a boy from Kerala made his way to work with the most iconic brands in Europe. Aditi decodes his personality by looking at his handwriting and talks about his unique process of decision-making ability and much more.
    Do listen to this episode if you want to know about:1. What did Ramesh learn from his experience of working with his mentor Martin Margiela for almost ten years in Hermes?2. Why does he believe that ‘pursuit of excellence’ is an innate quality & no school, no teacher can teach you that?3. How his handwriting depicts a specific decision-making trait that often confuses by most of his colleagues?
    Tune in to find out more about graphology on #AbsolutelyWrite with Aditi Surana.
    You can follow Ramesh on social media:Instagram: @rameshnair_ (https://www.instagram.com/rameshnair_/)Linkedin: (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ramesh-nair-9440125/)
    Get in touch with our host Aditi Surana on Twitter and Instagram: @aditisurana(https://www.instagram.com/aditisurana)(https://twitter.com/Aditisurana)
    You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
    You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Ep. 64: Knowing When to Quit

    Ep. 64: Knowing When to Quit

    In the 64th episode of Absolutely Write, host Aditi Surana talks about the decision of 'quitting' and shares a few questions we should ask ourselves before quitting. She also shares her perspective on why do people generally think about quitting. If you are going through a tough time moving on or quitting anything, this episode will give you some clarity. Do listen.
    In this short episode, Adit explains:1. Why do we choose the option of quitting in the first place?2. What are the actual reasons to quit?3. What comes after quitting?
    Tune in to find out more on #AbsolutelyWrite with Aditi Surana.
    You can download the funsheet here: http://www.aditisurana.com/podcast
    Get in touch with our host Aditi Surana on Twitter and Instagram: @aditisurana(https://www.instagram.com/aditisurana)(https://twitter.com/Aditisurana)
    You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
    You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/

    • 10 min
    Ep. 63: Defining square peg into a round hole feat. Matthew S. Kressy

    Ep. 63: Defining square peg into a round hole feat. Matthew S. Kressy

    "We observed that skills can be taught, but character is something which is very difficult to change" says Matthew S. Kressy.
    In this week's episode of #AbsolutelyWrite, host Aditi Surana is joined by Matthew S. Kressy, founding director of the MIT Integrated Design & Management (IDM). As an entrepreneur and founder of Designturn, he has designed, invented, engineered, and manufactured products for startups, Fortune 500 companies, and everything in between.
    Aditi and Matthew talk about his journey and challenges. Aditi explains what stroke of his handwriting depicts his value for others, questioning the norms, being a critical thinker, choosing the right path and his hunger for adventure. Matthew also talks about how he started this program for misfits, who wanted to create something unique and extraordinary and much more on this episode of Absolutely Write.
    In this episode, they talk about:1. Why does Matthew consider compassion as the most important quality in any entrepreneur, designer or person?2. When is the right time to quit? How should you decide between staying resilient & quitting?3. How one interview became instrumental in his journey as an entrepreneur?
    Tune in to find out more on #AbsolutelyWrite with Aditi Surana.
    You can follow MIT IDM Program on social media:Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/mit_idm)Twitter (https://twitter.com/idmMIT)
    Get in touch with our host Aditi Surana on Twitter and Instagram: @aditisurana(https://www.instagram.com/aditisurana)(https://twitter.com/Aditisurana)
    You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
    You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/

    • 56 min
    Ep. 62: What, Why & How of building resilience

    Ep. 62: What, Why & How of building resilience

    In the 62nd episode of Absolutely Write, host Aditi Surana talks about Resilience, which is our ability to mentally or emotionally cope with a crisis and quickly recover from it. She talks about why it's necessary to be resilient in these challenging times and how it can be built in 6 effective ways.
    In this short episode, Aditi explains:1. What does it mean to be resilient? Why does it matter?2. Are you born with it or can you build resilience like a muscle?3. 6 ways on how to do it.
    Tune in to find out more on #AbsolutelyWrite with Aditi Surana.
    You can download the funsheet here: http://www.aditisurana.com/podcast
    Get in touch with our host Aditi Surana on Twitter and Instagram: @aditisurana(https://www.instagram.com/aditisurana)(https://twitter.com/Aditisurana)
    You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
    You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/

    • 11 min

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Amazing podcast

Waiting for your next episode once I finish listening one..

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