43 min

Ep 53: Share What You Make, Neetal Parekh, Founder @Innov8social Learn Educate Discover

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This is an in-betweenisode (term borrowed from the Tim Ferriss show), where we share how sharing your passion, interests, opinions and thoughts with people around you can slowly open up doors and opportunities for you, and help you build your tribe.

Our guest on this episode is Neetal Parekh, Founder @Innov8social, Author of the book "51 Questions on Social Entrepreneurship", and a regular speaker at various Social Impact focused events. She started with a blog on social impact, and today gets routinely invited to speak at events and conferences, including at places such as Stanford Law School, Santa Clara University Law School, The Good Radio Network, etc.

Some of the areas we touch upon in this episode include:
1. How and why Neetal started her blog
2. What stops people from sharing their work and interests, and how to get around this fear
3. The kind of opportunities that opened up for Neetal once she started putting her work out there
4. Importance of showing up and raising your hand
5. Your personal brand vs your project's brand

Thank you for listening!!

Follow the show on Twitter @LED_Curator
Website www.learneducatediscover.com/
Like us on FaceBook at www.facebook.com/learneducatediscover/
Email us at hello@learneducatediscover. We will reply!!
Subscribe to the show on iTunes itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/learn…ver/id1049159321

This is an in-betweenisode (term borrowed from the Tim Ferriss show), where we share how sharing your passion, interests, opinions and thoughts with people around you can slowly open up doors and opportunities for you, and help you build your tribe.

Our guest on this episode is Neetal Parekh, Founder @Innov8social, Author of the book "51 Questions on Social Entrepreneurship", and a regular speaker at various Social Impact focused events. She started with a blog on social impact, and today gets routinely invited to speak at events and conferences, including at places such as Stanford Law School, Santa Clara University Law School, The Good Radio Network, etc.

Some of the areas we touch upon in this episode include:
1. How and why Neetal started her blog
2. What stops people from sharing their work and interests, and how to get around this fear
3. The kind of opportunities that opened up for Neetal once she started putting her work out there
4. Importance of showing up and raising your hand
5. Your personal brand vs your project's brand

Thank you for listening!!

Follow the show on Twitter @LED_Curator
Website www.learneducatediscover.com/
Like us on FaceBook at www.facebook.com/learneducatediscover/
Email us at hello@learneducatediscover. We will reply!!
Subscribe to the show on iTunes itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/learn…ver/id1049159321

43 min

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