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Laid-back, (hopefully) funny, and oftentimes inquisitive, Frndship Time is a weekly opportunity for Parth and Ratik to hang out with each other and explore new ideas. Each week, the boys talk to each other about their experiences and lessons they learn as they navigate this thing called life. New episodes every Friday!

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Laid-back, (hopefully) funny, and oftentimes inquisitive, Frndship Time is a weekly opportunity for Parth and Ratik to hang out with each other and explore new ideas. Each week, the boys talk to each other about their experiences and lessons they learn as they navigate this thing called life. New episodes every Friday!

    Ratik wants to be a YouTuber

    Ratik wants to be a YouTuber

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    Ratik has been feeling the itch to give YouTube a go again. Parth has a lot of thoughts. Ratik is being his own worst enemy. Parth likes a lot of Ratik's ideas. Why is YouTube so frickin' hard?

    Links from the episode


    Ratik's YouTube, Parth's YouTube
    Becca "Farsace"
    The Gap by Ira Glass
    Sam Angl
    Ratik's infamous Bootloop vid

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    • 46 min
    Sports and other shared interests: what unites us and what divides us?

    Sports and other shared interests: what unites us and what divides us?

    Parth, Ratik, and the first non-K9 guest on Frndship Time, Aananya talk about their love for football, the feeling of belonging in a group of strangers, loving things and how to love them in this episode. This has been one of my favorite episodes to edit and put together from start to finish, and I only hope that you enjoy it just as much as everyone involved did. 

    Links from the episode


    John Green's "How to Love Things" video
    Neon - acoustic
    Advaita
    Ray Hudson commentary

    Sorry, no time jumps for this one. The episode was one long conversation, and if possible, should be enjoyed as one!

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Leading an Archetypical Life

    Leading an Archetypical Life

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    Bonus episode to the conversation from Episode 12!

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    • 5 min
    The Transformative Power of Good People

    The Transformative Power of Good People

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    Do you have people in your life that have fundamentally shifted how you conduct yourself or how you look at the world? Conversations with these people inspire you. You're left energized when you talk to them. You learn new things whenever you interact with them.

    In this week's episode of Frndship Time, Parth and Ratik talk about the strange power that Good People™️ have that transforms folks around them. Strap on! This will be an emotional ride.

    Not too emotional though, there is ample silliness too of course. This is Frndship Time after all!

    Links from the episode


    Wait but why dot com
    The Cook and the Chef
    Pocket
    Outro Music — Consequences, one of Ratik's beAtZ

    Timejumps


    00:57:19 FT Derby Review...NOT
    02:44:19 Welcome, welcome!
    05:30:24 What kind of people transform our lives?
    06:06:15 Importance of a Good Teacher
    14:45:16 Good Friends & Family
    30:31:23 Good Managers at Work
    35:01:00 "Archetypes"
    39:55:06 Closing

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    • 44 min
    Committing to your workplace long-term

    Committing to your workplace long-term

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    On part 2 of the 'commitment' episode, Parth and Ratik talk about staying in a particular job for a 'longer than usual' period of time, why the guys hate the concept of conventional wisdom, and the importance of trusting your instincts.

    Links from the episode


    Adam Ragusea's science video
    Seth Godin

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    Timestamps


    00:38:00 Introduction to job context
    01:22:06 R's experience working for 3 years at a startup
    02:17:18 Empirical evidence vs conventional wisdom
    05:33:18 The cost of ramping up
    12:45:18 Trust your instincts
    16:19:18 Knowing your team for a while
    20:29:18 Being influenced by the right people
    22:49:18 Outros

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    • 28 min
    Committing to your hobbies long-term

    Committing to your hobbies long-term

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    On part 1 of the 'commitment' episode, Parth and Ratik talk about why they've found it hard to commit to their hobbies and skills, why it might be a good idea to commit long-term, and how to get over the 'I feel like I've plateau-ed' problem. 

    Links from the episode


    3 Mics
    Vulfpeck
    Reddit post
    Music by Blanks
    Austin Kleon

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    • 36 min

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