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A podcast with three friends—Deepansh, Yuvraj and Chiranjeev—asking the right questions, one episode at a time. The idea is simple: we talk about the hard questions, casually.

We believe that friends usually have all the answers in their anecdotes and banter. All it takes is a question. All it takes is asking. So, let's ask my friends.

Let's Ask My Friend‪s‬ Let's Ask My Friends

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A podcast with three friends—Deepansh, Yuvraj and Chiranjeev—asking the right questions, one episode at a time. The idea is simple: we talk about the hard questions, casually.

We believe that friends usually have all the answers in their anecdotes and banter. All it takes is a question. All it takes is asking. So, let's ask my friends.

    What's Up, Man?

    What's Up, Man?

    For the last episode of this season, we decided to talk about the most important question: what's up, man?

    The idea is simple, we talk about our lives, what changed throughout the year, how the pandemic changed our lives and perspectives. We also talk about our families with a whole lot of banter, our experiences with work and relationships.

    This episode is longer than our usual because it's just three friends talking. The banter would check out too, and you'll see it's dialed up in this one. We decided to do one of these at the end of each season so this is a tradition now. It's also a way to say that we're definitely coming back after a short break.

    We sincerely hope you liked what we brought you for these thirteen episodes. We also hope we added some value to your life. All in all, we'll be back and with more thoughtful but awesome conversations soon enough. What a wild ride this has been! It all started from a Whatsapp group chat.

    Also, we mentioned in the episode that we're revamping our Patreon. As of the release of this episode, the revamp is pending, but it will be live along with the second season.


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    • 53 min
    What Are Your Priorities?

    What Are Your Priorities?

    Priorities are something that most people don't talk about much. We often claim to have priorities that our actions go entirely against. It's typical behaviour.

    For example, someone who says that financial freedom is their priority and yet fails to contain their splurging is not in sync with their real priorities. You can think of countless examples from so many lives you're privy to, including your own. Most of us falter at some point when it comes to priorities.

    In this episode, we wanted to touch upon our current priorities, how we prioritise, what our understanding of the entire idea is, how we avoid errors, how we fail at it and so on. We hope you enjoy our little discussion!

    Also, we're on Patreon now so if you feel we're doing a good job, feel free to support us!




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    • 27 min
    What Do Boundaries Mean To You?

    What Do Boundaries Mean To You?

    Boundaries are important. They're important not just for individuals but for all social relationships in an individual's life. When boundaries are enforced correctly, be it in personal, professional or social situations, they help us live our lives as per our comfort and understanding.

    There's also a downside when the boundaries get too stringent. We explore all of that and more in this episode. We talk about our experiences with both enforcing and breaking boundaries, why we find boundary-setting difficult, how we actually define boundaries and so on.

    We hope you'll like this episode!

    Also, we're on Patreon now so if you feel we're doing a good job, feel free to support us!


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    • 26 min
    How Often Do You Overthink?

    How Often Do You Overthink?

    Are you a chronic overthinker? All of us are guilty of overthinking. Most of us have a friend who says, "Damn, man. You think too much," or maybe, we are that friend for many people. So, we decided to ask the same thing.

    During this episode, we talk about our individual experiences with thinking about things and then thinking about thinking. We try to answer how we define what "over" is for all three of us. We also share what works for us, what has worked for us in the past, things and tools we use to cut our thought from going into that spiral.

    We think you'll like this episode. If you don't, we'll keep thinking about it, going in circles, wondering what happened.

    Also, we're on Patreon now so if you feel we're doing a good job, feel free to support us!


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    • 20 min
    What is Fitness to You?

    What is Fitness to You?

    Fitness is important. We won't bore you with clichés and quotes on how a fit body leads to a fit mind. However, we touched this topic because fitness is also very toxic, if not one of the most toxic topics out there. The reason is because people don't understand what fitness is to them.

    It means different things to different people. Fitness for an athlete and a programmer are bound to mean different things. Yet, they go to the same gym and get the same trainer. It's a lot of hullabaloo without much consequence when it comes to getting fitter. That's why most people quit.

    In this episode, we talk about our experiences and journeys towards finding our definitions for fitness. Spoiler alert! It means different things for all three of us. We hope we can help you find what it means to you as well.

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    Note: This episode is slightly more explicit than our usual episodes. We felt it better to let you know here even if the Explicit E is already on it.


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    • 28 min
    How Do You Deal With Failures?

    How Do You Deal With Failures?

    Everybody fails. There’s no lie about it. Failure sucks and hits hard, and usually when we’re already down. It can be difficult to get out of a failed situation. It could be a failed business, a failed relationship, or even a failed task. There’s no scale here. It’s all equal.

    However, in failure lies learning. In failure, lies hope to try again. Therefore, we wanted to ask each other how we deal with failures. What motivates us to get out of our slumps, what struggles we’ve had, and how failure and the act of failing has made us who we are over the years.

    Also, we’re on Patreon now so if you feel we’re doing a good job, feel free to support us!


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    • 24 min

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