44 min

E46 - Roshan - The New Reason to Work Inspire Someone Today

    • Self Help

Roshan Paul has spent his life questioning the status quo and built a career around connecting global citizens to solve social problems across boundaries. He co-founded Amani Institute in 2011 with these values in mind. Raised in Bangalore, India, Roshan has a Master’s in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, a Bachelor’s in International Political Economy from Davidson College (a degree he self-designed), and a certificate in Creative Leadership as one of the founding participants of THNK: The Amsterdam School for Creative Leadership. He has guest-lectured at over fifty universities and other institutions around the world, including Harvard, Georgetown, and the World Bank. He served a term on the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Future Council on Behavioral Science (2016-2018), was awarded a Leadership in Education award by the World Education Congress, and was named one of the Asia Society’s “Asia 21 Young Leaders” in 2018.
In this episode we discuss,
Roshan’s journey to Impact workMaking of Amani InstituteStart-up & co-founder chemistry 3 Impact stories from Nairobi, Sao Paulo & BangaloreNew Reason to workTimestamps 
Early career of Roshan - 1:45Amani Institute - 10:51Chemistry of co-founder success - 16:053 social impact stories from - 21:01Extracts of “The New Reason to Work” - 29:51IST Message - 42:10Quotes
People will be more fulfilled when they make a differenceNetworking is not about what you get but what you can give - How may I help you?No matter who you are you have a role to play in the Impact sectorTake the first step today, make a move - beautiful things will happen.Connect with Roshan: Website, Book, and LinkedIn 
Do not miss to check out our new website and share your love https://inspiresomeonetoday.in/
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Do stay tuned for new episodes every alternate Friday. Next episode - Feb 18 '22.

Roshan Paul has spent his life questioning the status quo and built a career around connecting global citizens to solve social problems across boundaries. He co-founded Amani Institute in 2011 with these values in mind. Raised in Bangalore, India, Roshan has a Master’s in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, a Bachelor’s in International Political Economy from Davidson College (a degree he self-designed), and a certificate in Creative Leadership as one of the founding participants of THNK: The Amsterdam School for Creative Leadership. He has guest-lectured at over fifty universities and other institutions around the world, including Harvard, Georgetown, and the World Bank. He served a term on the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Future Council on Behavioral Science (2016-2018), was awarded a Leadership in Education award by the World Education Congress, and was named one of the Asia Society’s “Asia 21 Young Leaders” in 2018.
In this episode we discuss,
Roshan’s journey to Impact workMaking of Amani InstituteStart-up & co-founder chemistry 3 Impact stories from Nairobi, Sao Paulo & BangaloreNew Reason to workTimestamps 
Early career of Roshan - 1:45Amani Institute - 10:51Chemistry of co-founder success - 16:053 social impact stories from - 21:01Extracts of “The New Reason to Work” - 29:51IST Message - 42:10Quotes
People will be more fulfilled when they make a differenceNetworking is not about what you get but what you can give - How may I help you?No matter who you are you have a role to play in the Impact sectorTake the first step today, make a move - beautiful things will happen.Connect with Roshan: Website, Book, and LinkedIn 
Do not miss to check out our new website and share your love https://inspiresomeonetoday.in/
Subscribe, follow, and leave your comments to help me get better with my episodes. Available on all podcast platforms, including, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox, RadioPublic, TuneIn, Gaana Jio Saavn, Audible
Do stay tuned for new episodes every alternate Friday. Next episode - Feb 18 '22.

44 min