I interview Brinda Ramaiya, founder of Samadhi Solutions.
Brinda is a power house who is both at home in a corporate environment and in a yoga studio. Join us for a thought-provoking conversation!
Some of the many interesting things we talked about:
- how extroverts and introverts can get along and understand each other better,
- extrovert problems and introvert problems,
- the importance of relationships in anything we do,
- how business can be a force for good, and
- what it's like to be a corporate dropout.
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Confessions of a Corporate Dropout Article
How to Improve Your Professional Relationships
(I didn't mention this article in the show but it's related to the discussion we had:
Is This an Example of Business as a Force for Good?)
Uncharitable - TED Talk by Dan Pallotta
Drive - Book by Daniel H. Pink (also available as an Audiobook on Scribd)
Barking Up the Wrong Tree - Book by Eric Barker (available on Scribd)
Stumbling on Happines - Book by Daniel Gilbert (also available as an Audiobook on Scribd)
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Brinda Ramaiya has fifteen years of experience as a director leading product management, marketing strategy and business development initiatives at a variety of corporations. Having studied strategy and sustainability during her MBA, she is an advocate of social good business leadership practices.
She currently works as a growth consultant, serves as an entrepreneurial startup advisor and is exploring social good VC and impact investing.
She loves to travel, actively scuba dives and is passionate about nutrition, the environment and maintaining a healthy, balanced lifestyle. She is an active yoga and pilates instructor and loves sharing her mindfulness experiences with others.
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