Woice is the official podcast of Ankur Warikoo, where he talks about entrepreneurship, startups, careers and personal growth. Warikoo has been creating video content for the past 4 years across all social media platforms and has a following of 1.7Mn people.
Through Woice, he brings his decade long experience as an entrepreneur, as the founder of nearbuy.com, as a public speaker and as an active student of life, risk and failure.
My Meditation Journey
I wanted to talk about meditation and dispel some myths. The biggest one of these is that meditation allows you to control your emotions. After practicing and reading a lot about meditation, I recognise that this is wrong.
The Wrong Kind of Relationship
Every single interaction we have in world has an impact on us. I'm often asked what differentiates a good relationship from a bad one. For better or worse, our relationship with our parents has a huge effect on us. In our culture we are accustomed to revering our parents. Sometimes we forget that they are people too and can be wrong.
Dont Scratch Your Own Itch
We often hear the phrase "scratch your own itch". It's often heard in entrepreneurial circles, and means that If you have a have problem, you think a product or company could solve, then you should start it yourself. In this episode, I tell you how this phrase is actually harmful.
How To Get Rich Before 30
I do a weekly AMA or ask me anything on Instagram and one of the questions I was asked was how to get rich before 30. In this episode, I give you three ways to actually become wealthy before the age of 30.
I Was Lost At 24
For the longest time, I wanted to be a space scientist. Enrolled in a PhD program in the US, I was well on my way to achieving this at 22, I realised that this was not what I wanted. The pressure of expectation was weighing down on me. At 23 I was unhappy with what I was doing and I had no idea what I wanted. Today, I want share something with those who might feel the same way.
I Keep Comparing Myself
In the emails I get everyday, one topic is predominant: comparison. Usually from people aged 18-24 comparing where they are in life with other people's success. Is this a recent phenomenon or something that's always existed? What does this comparison do to us? How do we think of this in a way that pushes us to move forward and better ourselves?
Ankur Warikoo has really blown up in the last year or so and I am so glad he is into podcasting as well. His thoughts are so clear and concise, which I hopefully can achieve one day. The podcast is short roughly around 11-12 min but each second is a total bang for the buck … If you are looking for a podcast to start your mornings look no further
Thank you Warikoo sir!
Clear, concise and positive thoughts!