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In this episode, Swati who is born and raised in the capital city of India talks about what led her to becoming a counselling psychologist and later on a pioneer in the Corporate Wellness space in India. Here you can get to know what are the prospects of studying psychology, sociology, getting into the corporate wellness space and how this area looks like on a regular basis.  Being a psychologist, Swati also speaks about what really matters, how conditioning plays a very important role in how we are as a human being and what can we do to be a better self. Hope you enjoy it!
Shiwali is born and raised in India and pursued a career as a teacher before moving to Germany to become a certified nutrition and fitness coach with one the leading fitness platforms - Fittr. As for educational qualifications, Shiwali is Mphil in English literature, Bachelor's in Education along with Expert level NF certification from INFS, Pre natal, post natal, Lactation certification from LMU( Ludwig Maximillian University, Germany). At the moment, she is pursuing PT course with Menno Henselman. In this episode we talk about how a regular day in this profession looks like, how can someone embark on this journey, how does the fitness culture in India and Germany differ and some general advices on how to keep yourself healthy.  For reaching out to her, you can reach out via Instagram at @fittrwithshiwali or facebook at Shiwali Rana
Rushi, born in Ahmedabad, India is a globe trotter. Not only has he travelled in multiple places around the world, but he has also worked and lived in multiple countries including India, UAE and Germany.  In this episode, we are talking about his role as a security consultant at AWS. We will also cover how he paved his path from becoming a network engineer to the current position. Rushi also shares the work dynamics in India, UAE and Germany and how they differentiate from each other. Another interesting thing is his take on "all work and no play makes jack a dull boy". Listen to this episode to see if this profession is your calling! You can reach out to him via his LinkedIn account or through Instagram.  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rushirajsingh/?originalSubdomain=ae Insta: https://www.instagram.com/rushirajsingh/  
In this episode, Sonal shares everything about user research, user experience, design thinking in the product design space. Learn how is the work space in this sector different in India, Singapore and Germany, how does a typical work day for a UI/UX researcher look like and what are some key things you should like if you are wanting to or are pursuing career in this space. She can also be reached at her instagram handle: sonal_not_at_work.
Karan has been born and raised in India but has made his mark in many countries including France and Germany. Growing up, he knew what he wanted and never shied away from expressing his opinions. This also shows in his career trajectory where he moved from being a civil engineer to a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) consultant and provides independent freelancing services. If you are interested to know how the CRM space looks like, the skills that will help you shine, how to manage your stress in high pressure situations, as well as the details on perusing Master in Business from Germany, then this is the episode you need.  For reaching out Karan directly, follow his Instagram handle @krtibdewal
Born and raised in a small town in India, Vidhi realised very early on that events and logistics is her calling. She quickly steered her career and found herself doing things she absolutely enjoyed for work i.e., film making. Vidhi is associated with one of the most successful Indian movie directors, Mr. Rohit Shetty and is one the 3 chief ADs in the team. Having worked across many stories and genres, Vidhi has been kind enough to share her journey and also the intricacies of the profession as such. Listen to this episode to understand how does the life for an assistant director in the Indian film industry look like,  the challenges as well as the perks of this profession and many more interesting learning from Vidhi's life.   You can reach out to her via Instagram. Her handle is @vidhighodgaonkar
In this episode we are speaking to Samarth Bansal who was born and raised in the capital city of India, Delhi. Samarth has learnt his life lessons really early in life and knows how to balance uncertainty that life throws on us, pretty well!  Tune into this episode to learn the mechanism of journalism, how a typical institutional journalism looks like and how is it different from independent journalism, get to know the good and not so good side of this profession and last but not the least take some very good advice on stress management and planning your moves in life.  Hope this episode gives as much to you as it has to me!
Ashima hails from a small city in India named Agra. She is currently working as the deputy director Income Tax in Agra. This episode talks about the highs and lows of her journey to clearing one of the most difficult exams in the world - Indian Administrative Services. Ashima talks about her struggles during the journey as well as shares many valuable advices that any can take. Listen to this episode to get pumped and be motivated to achieve your difficult dreams.
This episode is a short collection of advices that Priyanka has gathered over her 27 episodes journey.  It talks about 5 suggestions that anyone who is looking for career advice or life advice in general can benefit from. So, what are you waiting for? Spend your most constructive 10 min listening to this episode from People's Stories. 
Parul is born and spoilt in India, primarily in North India and is working as an Academic Excellence Manager (Sr.) in Jaipur, India. She has graduated as an engineer but found her calling in the academic industry and good so for her cause she is killing it. Curious to know how academic programs are developed, teachers are trained, how building an exceptional and effective education system looks like, this is the episode for you.
Rajat hails from Rajasthan, India and loves what he is doing. Despite facing immense challenges, he never lost sight of what he loves the most- acting. In this episode, we are going to listen from him about the film industry, what is the most streamlined way to get into it, what will take you the long mile and what must you definitely keep in mind when you are aiming to get into this beautiful yet challenging industry. So, stay tuned and learn about acting as a profession.
Ami hails from Bombay (present day Mumbai), India and has found her happiness in observing people.  In this episode, we are going to talk about everything that is psychology related and Ami is also sharing some of her life lessons that she has gathered after reading through so many people. Tune into the episode to become a little more aware of the whats, hows and whys in the field of psychology.
A few months back, we took a survey with some questions on gender equality and based on the responses we received, we summed them up in a collegial environment amongst 3 friends. The responses we received were really insightful and so is the conversation. If you are interested to go through all the questions and the responses, you can find them on https://www.peoplesstoriespodcast.com/. Tune in to listen to the talk!
Akshay has seen it all! From being born and raised in New Delhi in India to graduating in mechanical engineering from the USA and working there, to moving to Germany and eventually working as a business manager, Akshay brings a very extensive professional and personal experience along with him. In this episode, Akshay has explained his transition from technical to managerial and how do his typical work-life looks like. Along with a full-blown job, he is also involved in expanding his family business which takes most of his free time. But that does not stop him from enjoying his life to the fullest. How does he manage all of this? Listen to the episode and find out.
Kapil has some quirky choices and as he calls himself "Jack of many...". I would also call him master of many. Wondering how do these 2 worlds combine together? Then tune in to this episode of People's Stories. Kapil hails from India, has done a bachelor's in electronics and a master's in HR but is currently nailing a totally different professional path. There is also some tip shared for you towards the end so earn your reward. If you like this episode, then you can listen to more episodes on our website and leave a review at: peoplesstoriespodcast.com  
Born and raised in north India, Aditya is currently working as an impact consultant which is similar to a management consultant in the social space. With an MBA degree from oxford and past experience in the finance sector, Aditya is currently pursuing his passion to become a catalyst for some social reforms.  He brings his skill sets of managing people and resources in the most efficient way to create an impact, which he always looks forward to. In his personal life, he is an avid football fan along with other interest in gardening and reading. If you want to uncover his journey and this profession, listen to this episode If you like it then, please leave a review on the apple podcast, podbean, or on our website: peoplesstoriespodcast.com. Please also share it with your friends and family, so that it can reach people who want to know about this profession and could be of help.   
People's Stories brings to you another sales journey but this time a little different than usual. In this episode, we are going to talk to a partnerships specialist - Mr. Kunal Vaid. Kunal has been born and brought up in Northern India and has extensive experience in multiple industries within the sales domain. Apart from work, Kunal is into quizzes, likes reading, and is super amazing to talk to. In the episode, we have discussed how does his personal and professional life looks like, what skills are expected from someone who is in sales, and have tried to break some typical stereotypes associated with this area of the professional world. If this is interesting for you then tune into this short yet informative episode of People's Stories
Himan is born and brought up in northern India, loves to play guitar, and loves to spread happiness and joy around him. As a kid, he wanted to be a scientist but destiny had a different plan and he eventually landed up in a profession that is super unconventional but very rewarding. He is keen on providing the best of surprises to people and is constantly motivated by the joy on people's faces when a surprise is successfully executed. Interested to know more about Himan and the surprise planning setup? Then tune in to this episode of People's Stories.
Earth has been born and raised in Thailand, but his dreams were not restricted to his country of birth. He took the leap and explored the professional world in both the technical setup as a sales strategy and operations manager and in the consulting world as an engagement manager. Very early on Earth realized that career is not a few months thing that you do and get over with. It is a lifelong journey and therefore must be decided and thought through. Particular to note are the things that excite you and that you naturally associate with. Earth is also passionate about coaching since it has been very useful in his professional life and is happy to share his take on life, and choosing a profession in this episode of People's Stories. 
Shreya talks about how she traced her path to being a creative strategist at TikTok. Born and raised in Delhi, Shreya has had a very immersive experience in the digital marketing space and has thoroughly enjoyed it. Not only is Shreya brilliant in her professional life but she also is an excellent baker and is on a mission to give Carrot cake the due it deserves. If this has intrigued you then tune into the episode to know more about Shreya and her journey.
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