So I asked her for tips on how to be helpful!

  1. How to comfort well
  2. How to listen well
  3. How to encourage others
  4. How to build trust

(Source: / Aishwarya Sadasivan)
  • Not the world.
  • Not other people.

Imagine you’re looking out a window at the night sky…

(Source: Matt Gross on Unsplash)

I never believed that saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words…”

Life is a big long balancing act…

(Source: Walt Disney Studios)

Starting a podcast is one of THE most effective networking tools I know…

And you DON’T need any fancy mikes or headphones 😉 (Source: Unsplash)
  • One-off meetings turn into a brand you can show off again and again
  • You have an incentive (fame) to offer the other person
  • And tools like make it easier than ever to get started 😀

Step #1: Choose a Theme (1/5 Difficulty)


And it slows production for EVERY device you can imagine.

Help others

Key Takeaways:

  • As a student, the world’s doors are open to you. This isn’t school. You CAN ask for help.
  • Find EVERY single way you can to test your ideas. Aim to make your validation process…

Key Takeaways

  • Look for problems in areas you’re uniquely interested in or that you’re uniquely aware of. The solutions will be all the more innovative.
  • Not having many resources at first is GOOD! It helps you…

Madhav Malhotra

Cofounder at The Plastic Shift. Learning how to create a sustainable planet. Linkedin:

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