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The Inspiring Talk

The Inspiring Talk

Author: Bijay Gautam: Self-Help Blogger, Motivational Speaker and Podcaster

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The Inspiring Talk is a weekly podcast show where host Bijay Gautam interviews today’s most successful and Inspiring personalities every week to help you realize your inner potential. These successful people ranges from Authors of best-selling books, Entrepreneurs, celebrities, sport-persons, thought leaders and personalities who has achieved some amazing things in their lives. New episode of this podcast is released every Monday with a very special guest who not only shares with you their success story but also the challenges and obstacles they’ve faced and how did they overcame them to finally achieve what they wanted.
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Vidya Vox on Becoming YouTube Sensation and Following Her Heart: TIT42
Vidya Vox shares her journey from being an immigrant kid in US going to psychology school to becoming YouTube sensation. She today amasses fan following of over 4.5 million subscribers with over 400 million views on her YouTube channel. Vidya is one of the top YouTube influencers coming from Indian origin. She is a singer and songwriter who flawlessly marries the western songs with traditional Indian classical and Bollywood songs in the form of cover songs and mashups. One can feel her amazing vibe and energy in every single song she has ever produced. Be it the costumes that she uses or the dance moves and facial expressions that she offers you can get simply enthralled with her performance. She is currently focused in creating more of her own original songs. She has released her own EP Kuthu Fire back in 2017 and since then she has never missed to leave her followers mesmerized with her originals. She has also been performing artist in YouTube FanFest India 2017.   Some Questions I ask Vidya: How did your Grandmother inspired you to follow your dreams? Who was the artist that you have grown up looking up to? How was your conversation with Mother like when you were leaving your job behind and following your passion in Music? How was that moment of uploading that first video on YouTube like? What your definition of success for the every song that you create? How do you prepare just before climbing up the stage for your live performances?   Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. Join my SIX weeks long online group podcast coaching program. Read More.   Time Stamps: 03:53 Vidya talks about her family background, culture she comes from and her life as an Immigrant Kid in US. 06:51 She shares how her grandmother pushed her and her sister to learn music and how she is living her dreams through Vidya. 08:30 She expresses her love for AR Rahaman and the revolution he has brought in Indian Music. She has seen Beyonce as her idol as a kid. 09:43 Vidya shares about the transition from Psychology school to the new world of Musical career. Meeting Shankar Tucker and going on tour with his band. 13:57 Conversation that she had with her mother before moving to India to learn music and follow her passion in Music. 17:58 Challenges she had to go through as an Immigrant teenager including bullying, being teased about culture and food. 21:20 She shares the story of creating and sharing first mashup for her YouTube channel. 24:42 Why finding two perfect songs for mashup is a puzzle and how Vidya and team solves that in hour one. 27:10 Why numbers of views doesn't matters to Vidya anymore? 29:49 She talks how haters and negative energy that came from creepy guys on club inspired name for her latest original Tamil Born Killa.  31:39 Vidya shares about designing the awe-inspiring costumes herself for music videos. 34:41 How she deals with the pressure to deliver best song every single time. 36:13 What sort of responsibilities comes along with rising popularity and why it is necessary to live with those responsibilities. 39:50 Challenges she has been through in Musical career and lessons she learnt. 41:59 Why it is integral to surround yourself with people who encourages and pushes you to the limit? 44:03 Her message to those afraid of following their heart.    Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram   One Last thing.... It really means a lot to me if you could subscribe to this podcast and write a nice review as I love reading them and hear from you: Apple Podcast | Castbox | Stitcher | Android
Quit 9 to 5 Rat Race and Build Business Around Your Passion With Dev Gadhvi: TIT41
Dev Gadvi is a Passionpreneur who has built his businesses around his passion and helps people do the same through his programs. He is Author of the book 80% Mindset 20% Skills, Life Transformation in 9 days. This book has been well received by people across the globe where he talks about getting out of the middle class mindset and building a millionaire mindset.   Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. Join my SIX weeks long online group podcast coaching program. Read More.  http://theinspiringtalk.com/podcastcoaching     Being son of a truck driver he has gone through a lot of financial challenges in his childhood. He struggled to communicate in English as a kid. To him, coming from lower middle class family there was an option to stay on his 9-5 job which he has been doing for 16 long years. He was making decent amount of money. But this comfortable job couldn't stop him from dreaming big and building life what he calls as SIX Sundays a week life.  In this episode we discuss on a wide range topics from: 1. Why Dev Quit his job after 16 long years of experience in Corporate life 2. How you can find your passion and build business around it or how you can become a Passionpreneur 3. His mission of helping 10 million people to find their passion 4. How you can quit the 9-5 rat race and much more.     Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram   One Last thing.... It really means a lot to me if you could subscribe to this podcast and write a nice review as I love reading them and hear from you: Apple Podcast | Castbox | Stitcher | Android   Music: Spheres by Nicolai Heidlas
Spreading Happiness Through Volunteering With Shalabh Sahai | TIT40
Shalabh is co-founder and Director of  iVolunteer which is a social enterprise that brings volunteers and organisations together to share Time, Skills and Passion to promote country's social development.   He  is an alumnus of the prestigious Rural Management programme at IRMA. Shalabh has also Co-Founded JobsForGood which offers Recruitment and HR Advisory services so social enterprises are able to leverage human capital towards achieving their mission.   Shalabh is also credited with creating iVolunteer Awards, nation’s only awards aimed at inspiring, recognizing and establishing new benchmarks on volunteering.    Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer.      Shalabh, was instrumental in creating the ICICI Fellows program in 2009 and led it till 2013, following which he co-founded India Fellow, an intense 13-month leadership journey that sets young Indians on becoming socially conscious leaders of tomorrow. He has got prestigious fellowship such as Commonwealth Professional Fellowship in 2003 among many others.   In this episode we discuss about: 1. How did Shalabh got fascinated by Volunteering and why he thinks it is addictive 2. Challenges of working in social enterprise sector 3. The achievement he is most proud ot 4. Why Shalabh thinks failure is important in one's life and he talks about his failures in his life and much more. Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram   One Last thing.... It really means a lot to me if you could subscribe to this podcast and write a nice review as I love reading them and hear from you: Apple Podcast | Castbox | Stitcher | Android
Finding Hope In The Midst of Pain with Dorothy Anne: TIT38
Dorothy is a singer and songwriter based in United states. She is inspiring people across the globe with her contemporary songs blended with hope and faith.   She has gone through a challenging time in her life when she lost her daughter soon after she gave birth to her. She captures a theme of hope in the midst of pain with her lyrics, pairing them with bright, catchy melodies and beautiful orchestrations.  Dorothy’s debut EP Always Hope is a collection of deeply personal songs. The single "Don’t Let Me Go" attracted high praise from fans on iTunes.      Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer.    Some Questions I ask Dorothy: How did you even got into singing? What's your story? Who was your childhood hero? What are some specific things your mom did or said to ensure that you followed your heart?   How many times do you write and re-write a song on an average?   Time Stamps: 05:07 Dorothy shares about her early days and getting into music. 06:37 She talks about her dreams as a kid including having a big family with many kids. 09:13 Dorothy shares some of her favorite artists that she grew up listening to. 10:14 How her mother helped her in following her heart and become a singer. 14:23 What inspired the name Always Hope for her EP and the sad story of losing her daughter. 21:17 She talks about her creative process and song writing schedule  25:30 Dorothy talks about the biggest challenge in releasing her EP and how she was able to raise money through crowdfunding. 28:25 She shares some tips on crowdfunding success   Enlightening round: What inspires Dorothy to do everything that she does: To help people that are hurting.  Which one daily habit has been game-changer for her: Journaling on Freedom Journal What book he thinks everyone must read: Way of the master. Things she thinks would have done differently:  Start sooner. Write More Worked in quarter  Online tool that she uses on regular basis: Canva   Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram   One Last thing.... It really means a lot to me if you could subscribe to this podcast and write a nice review as I love reading them and hear from you: Apple Podcast | Castbox | Stitcher | Android
Bringing Social Change Through Trash With Mathew Jose: TIT36
Mathew Jose is a social entrepreneur who runs an Organization called Paperman. Through this organization, Mathew's mission is to bring about a positive social change through trash. He has created a platform called trashfunding that helps people to convert their trash into an investment for social change. His expertise also lies in the key understanding he has about India's 1.5 million strong informal sector recyclers. He is passionate about improving their livelihoods through his innovations. Want to start your own podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer.  Mathew is also a multiple TEDx Speaker and pioneered the creation of innovative models of recycling that motivates people to recycle. He has been featured in various national and international medias such as BBC, Forbes, The Hindu among many others. In 2016 -Forbes Magazine has added mathew into the annual list of 30 people under age of 30 from India and Asia. Mathew has been awarded the prestigious Ashoka fellowship in 2015 and he is also most recently a Nelis Japan Member.   Some Questions I ask Mathew: What's is trash economy? How did you even got interested in all this. What's your story? What's so satisfying about starting a social enterprise? Which one thing you are struggling to overcome?   Time Stamps: 04:16 Mathew shares why there is huge opportunity in trash. 05:55 He shares how his internship with a non-profit organization inspired him to start his company, Paperman. 06:50 Mathew talks about his family background. 07:57 He shares about innovative ideas for engaging and promoting people to recycle their trash. 11:44 He talks about why starting a social enterprise is so satisfying. 13:03 Mathew shares his tips to someone looking to start a social enterprise.  16:15 He shares his idea of picking a mentor for him in his life and business. 18:35 Some challenges that are specific to social enterprise which might not be prevalent in for-profit organization. 23:24 Mathew shares about his another initiative OpenAct. 24:32 He talks about his morning ritual of Journaling and Meditation. 28:26 Enlightening Round Enlightening round: What inspires Mathew to do everything that he does: His peace with self Which one daily habit has been game-changer for him: Meditating every day What book he thinks everyone must read:  Power of Now- Eckhart Tolle Shoe Dog by Phil Knight Things he think would have done differently:  Engaged More Mentors early on. Would have focused building network. Worked better on Improving Communication Plan. Follow the Inspiring Talk on Facebook Twitter Instagram Music: Longest Road by Broken Elegance
Modern Yogi's Journey of Finding and Spreading Happiness: TIT34
Sarvesh Shashi was fairly born with silver spoon on his mouth. He had every opportunity to take easier route of taking care of his father's multi-million dollar businesses. He rather walked down the less traveled road of starting his own. At the age of 17, he started a chain of Yoga studios with unsecured loan from his Uncle. He is branded as youngest CEO in Yoga and Wellness sector by Bloomberg. He is also an INK fellow, TEDx Speaker and featured in many national media for his innovative work in Yoga. His studios presents 25 different forms of yoga such as basketball yoga, paddle boat yoga, brick yoga, etc. Some Questions I ask Sarvesh: What made you even turn up at the Yoga class for the first time? What are some of the tasks your Guruji has assigned  to you? Is there any logic behind doing maunbrat (extreme silence)  for 40 days? Why not 20 days or 60 days? What was the most important realization that came to you or best thing that you have learned in those 40 days? What is your suggestion to someone who is looking forward to follow their passion but are afraid or don't have resources or just making excuses? Time Stamps: 04:02 Sarvesh shares about his family background and childhood.  05:26 He talks about his introduction to Yoga and finding his Guruji. 11:27 Sarvesh shares about different sadhanas he did as a part of his journey. 16:57 He shares how 40 days of extreme silence has helped him navigate through his life and goal. 19:55 Sarvesh shares his story of starting his company- Zorba 29:11 Modern Yoga Sarvesh's company offers does not lose the essence of yoga.  32:57 Enlightening Round Want to start your own podcast or want help in editing your podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer.    Full Shownotes: http://theinspiringtalk.com/sarvesh-sashi Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram
Bouncing Back From Your Challenges and Thriving With Melissa Monte: TIT33
Melissa was raped twice as a teenager, lost her friend to suicide and dad to cancer. She got addicted to drug, became alcoholic and suffered from severe bulimia for almost a decade. She has faced a lot of challenges in her own life. It seemed impossible for her to come out of all this. She was surrounded by wrong kind of people, dating a meth addict and going down the wrong path in life.  On this episode, Melissa shares her story of bouncing back and thriving. She is a certified Yoga teacher and reiki healer. She is also a host of Podcast called Mind Love where she discusses mindset shifts, energy frequencies and modern mindfulness through raw stories, personal experience and inspiring interviews.    Some Questions I ask Melissa: What was the first thing that you did when you wake up the morning  How hanging out with right kind of people helps you in one's growth? What are your non-negotiables while selecting whom you wanna spend time with? How do you get over your past? What does your visualization practice looks like?   Time Stamps: 03:55 Melissa shares how beautiful her childhood was. 04:24 She talks about traumas that hit her as a teenager. 06:50 How she kept planting seeds of hope and started on a new journey. 09:22 Melissa shares about the very first thing that she did on first day of her new journey. 11:18 She talks why letting go of people who are dragging you down is very important. 19:10 Melissa shares how she deals with the thoughts of her past and don't let it affect her present. 31:55 She shares how taking ownership in life helps you in not becoming victim of situation or challenges you faced in your life. 35:28 Her story of crashing into Obama's election dinner party. 40:12 Enlightening Round Want to start your own podcast or want help in editing your podcast? I can help you launch your very own podcast right from coming out with idea to publishing episode number one. See the details of the services I have to offer.    Full Shownotes: http://theinspiringtalk.com/melissa-monte  Subscribe, Rate and Review the show on: Apple Podcasts Stitcher CastBox on Android Play Music Follow The Inspiring Talk podcast on Facebook Twitter Instagram   Music: Point of View by Nicolai Heidlas
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Nitin Joshi

Superb

Jun 22nd
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Devansh goyal

Sir one question I wanted to be a entrepreneur. I am in 10th standard. I asked my teacher about that she said me that u should prefer commerce in 11th and 12th. Is she correct sir.

Jun 15th
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Devansh goyal

Devansh goyal Or i would say that i want to be a passionprenuer

Jun 15th
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Devansh goyal

Devansh goyal Should i do this

Jun 15th
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Devansh goyal

Next interview will be mine

Jun 15th
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Devansh goyal

Awesome sir

Jun 15th
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Manish kumar Chohan

inspiring talks are simply Incredible

May 17th
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Manisha

Thank you so much for sharing this. I needed to hear this. This episode is just so powerful. Everyone must listen to this.

Apr 20th
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Kalpesh

Really inspiring and to many things to learn 👍 great

Mar 28th
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Bijay Gautam

Kalpesh I am glad you learned something from this episode 😊

Mar 29th
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hari krishna

that was amazing interview i loved it alot. the kindof questions you ask bijay are so valid and to the point.

Mar 16th
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hari krishna

Bijay Gautam sure :)

Mar 16th
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Bijay Gautam

hari krishna I am so glad that you derived value from that Episode. I have compiled all techniques shared on this episode as a report on website. Make sure to download it. 😊

Mar 16th
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hari krishna

naveen was just straight to the point. really loved the interview.thanks bijay.

Mar 13th
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Arvind Sharma

I have been listening to this podcast for a while now and I absolutely loved every single episode. Bijay is an amazing host who brings pure value to listeners. I have learned a lot from this podcast. Keep up the great work. Thanks

Mar 11th
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Bijay Gautam

Arvind Sharma Thank you so much 😊

Mar 16th
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manzar ahsan

Great piece of work Bijay...keep bringing such story to us.

Mar 10th
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Bijay Gautam

manzar ahsan thank you 🙏

Mar 13th
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Manisha

Really enjoyed listening to this episode. Such an inspiring journey and a lot to learn from you guys. I can't stop myself from binge listening to all your episodes. I can say this podcast is by far the best I have came across. Thank you for greatt work.

Mar 10th
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Manisha

Bijay Gautam you are on 🔥

Mar 20th
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Bijay Gautam

Manisha I am so glad you enjoyed the episode. 😊

Mar 13th
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pradeep kumar

Simply wow !!! and thank you for all the information and insights’

Mar 6th
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Bijay Gautam

pradeep kumar I am so glad that you loved the Podcast. make sure to subscribe 😊

Mar 6th
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Manish Kumar Chohan

amazing

Oct 18th
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Manish Kumar Chohan

amazing

Oct 18th
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Manish Kumar Chohan

Thank you Bijay for arranging such kind of talk

Oct 14th
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Bijay Gautam

Manish Kumar Chohan I am glad you loved it 😊

Mar 17th
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Manish Kumar Chohan

Absolutely Amazing. really uplifting story

Oct 14th
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Manish Kumar Chohan

great talks

Oct 14th
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Manish Kumar Chohan

absolutely Amazing

Oct 14th
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