Summary: When an encounter happens between strangers, new ideas sprout. But what's so special about our conversations? The crispness and the guarantee that with every 20 minute episode you listen, your life gets a little bit more on "The Way" That's what happens at DaWae with Zairik and Varun, a show where two college students who are out to meet and have impact-full conversations with great minds of our generations in various fields to get a head start with their academics, work, lifestyle and life in general.
For the 7th episode we decided to get Pranav, an experienced investor and a "hustler". He is the most experienced we have interviewed yet and he has dropped some crazy tips and tricks on how students can keep up their grind during the pandemic and not be left behind. Give the episode listen, it's an investment.
Got a little bored with the regular episodes so we decided to record one with Niyati and had a conversation with her about the a couple of murder cases. Hope you guys enjoy it :)
Listen to us have an in depth conversation with Tirthak about about what it means to have and build a brand and network with people the right way. This was one of the best conversation we have had in our short podcast journey as we got to explore different viewpoints. Tirthak is an an Engineer, Environmentalist, and Entrepreneur whose career ranges from NASA to electric utilities to clean energy start-ups in the US. A Forbes 30 Under 30 winner. We dive deep into these topics and explore the contemporary and hence the length of the episode you guys may listen to in parts XD
For the fifth episode of this season, we decided to have a conversation with Siddhant Rai, who is a Radio Host, DJ, MC, and a hardcore Individualist. Listen to us have a conversation with Siddhant about individualism, it's misconceptions and it's critiques, and as well as talk about the future of a dying industry, "the radio".
For the fourth episode of this season, we decided to get PRADO, a person who's traveled most of India and Nepal before 21 and on his own terms. He has freelanced his way throughout his late teens and always focused on self-growth and gaining knowledge. Today he runs the GOAT BOOK CLUB, a club in which the members get to connect directly with the authors and learn with/through them. He also releases one of our favorite newsletters, the PRADOLOGUE.
Listen to Pawan Rochwani, co-founder of Platform for artists, author of the newsletter "Relatively Correct" and an extremely extroverted person, who is trying to build a financially potent Artist community in India talk about the Artist economy and content curation.
We are launching a new sub-stream, which is going to be a series of tiny episodes of us with our friends and people we know. To begin this sub-stream, we got someone who has been smart about managing his money and getting started with investments. And he is Vaastav Parikh, a friend of ours and an Entrepreneur. Unfortunately, personal finance is not a required subject in most high schools or colleges. This lack of basic financial education leaves many young adults clueless about managing their money, applying for credit, and getting or staying out of debt. This episode will get you started with your personal finance and early investments. To know more about his work, check out "The Purple Money."
For our second episode, we decided to get King Sidharth, a designer, an entrepreneur, and someone who has been in the field for more than ten years. He has given 40+ talks at colleges and spoken at TEDx twice. Listen to him talk about his experience and learning from the past 10+ years put in a crisp and short format of 37 mins. To know more about him, simply Google “King Sidharth.”
For our first episode, we decided to start with a person who aims to create an impact on society by getting everyone to stay physically and mentally fit. She is a Yoga Instructor, dietitian, an advocate of optimism, and a future doctor. She runs a Youtube channel and is the founder of the Instagram page, VEDANI, an initiative she has taken to accomplish her goals.