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Honey Kapoor

@Findingyourself
 · 9mo ago · 2:58
AMA on Swell -@Findingyourself

"…Why can't you work on your passion part time and continue to do what you have to do until you can do what you want to do? I also have a nine to five job fulltime job. Plus I am working on my podcasts which is solely maintained by me from writing, recording, editing, promoting. I also do volunteer work with Australia's leading youth mentoring organization as a mentor to young adults from 13 to 15 years of age. And I'm also studying life coaching.…"

Podcast is all about Finding yourself,what sparked the idea?? #AMAonswell#motivational#inspiringpodcast . https://s.swell.life/SSzfHBIojkfafKD

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Honey Kapoor

@Findingyourself
 · 9mo ago · 1:19

"…So the next question is how do you decide what each episode will focus on? Well, when I started this podcast, the idea behind it was always to encourage people to follow their passion, listen to their instinct. You always know, you always know what you're good at. We as humans just tend to focus more on our weaknesses than strengths.…"

How do you decide What each episode will focus on?

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Honey Kapoor

@Findingyourself
 · 9mo ago · 2:31

"…So the episode is all about who is your star person in your life? Could be anyone, parents, sibling, friend, partner, colleague, someone who not only helps us realizing our dream, but also becomes a very important part in achieving it and leads our path through encouragement. Like, you know how it said that God puts people in your path for a purpose and the journey together on that path leads us in achieving that purpose together.…"

An Intresting story from your Podcast episode Link- https://s.swell.life/SSzfKyiVnFTI8V7

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Honey Kapoor

@Findingyourself
 · 9mo ago · 2:33

"…Then work hard on that vision. You are never too young to know what you really want to be. I see now so many in their 20s have achieved so much more than I could have ever imagined in my 20s. So it's never too early and it's never too late. It's all dependent on you. How much are you willing to put in? That's why it is said it's not what happens to you, but how you react to it.…"

Some words of wisdom to Gen Z that you'd like to share ...#takethatchance#grabthatopportunity#inspireyourself

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gaurav chauhan

@Gaurav1106
 · 9mo ago · 1:39

"…What is that one advice you would like to give me in particular, where I can start building it small and probably reach to a level where something I do on a daily basis, which can help me reach to a level where I know that I'm taking out time for myself, my dreams, my passion, and everything on a daily basis. Thanks.…"

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Swell Team

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Ramya V

@Ramya
 · 9mo ago · 1:35

"…Hi, honey. I really loved listening to this AMA of yours. And I had one question. So these podcasts episodes that you spoke about and how you go about coming up with topics, it actually made me wonder. So do your podcast episodes generally draw a lot from your personal experiences, or do you have other sources like the RND that you do, or do you spotlight other people, their life experiences, their stories?…"

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Karan Dev

@Karan.Dev
 · 9mo ago · 0:19

"…Hey, honey. Thank you so much for the ZMA. I was wondering if you could point out some of the people that inspired you or if there are books or pieces of work that you keep going back to over time which help you stay grounded and remind yourself of who you truly are.…"

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Shashank Sehgal

@SSS135
 · 9mo ago · 1:43

"…So the purpose of recording this audio is just that there might be a lot of students or people who don't know what passion is or who don't know how to find it. I don't know how to find it. Mine as well. But maybe by trying, by explaining, experimenting, by starting something. Maybe we read someday to our passion, to who knows? So that was my story. Thank you for listening.…"

#sayitonswell

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Sreeja Vijayanathan

@Sreeja
 · 9mo ago · 1:02

"…And I think in a greater sense, also moving beyond just you and looking at life around you and how you can inspire them and how you can help and serve in many ways, which is what you are doing. You are affecting and inspiring so many lives around you. So wonderful to hear you're voice on swell. Thank you.…"

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Olivia Debroy

@itsoliviaaaa
 · 9mo ago · 0:24

"…Hi, honey. So your AMA was as Swift, sweet and dense as your name. It was superb, incredible, and most of all, it was amazingly knowledgeable. There were a lot of points that connected to me on a personal note, and I love each and every part of it. Great job, and I hope to hear more from you. Thank you so much. I'm.…"

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Honey Kapoor

@Findingyourself
 · 9mo ago · 4:17

"…Probably an answer that you've been looking for or something that will give you a lot of comfort. It really helps me to calm myself down. It really has always helped me. I've been doing this for years so try this once. I'm sure it'll help you. But my only suggestion to you would be do not overburden yourself. Don't think you're wasting time. You're sleeping 910 hours. 8 hours and you're wasting that time. No, it's not a waste.…"

@Gaurav1106

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Honey Kapoor

@Findingyourself
 · 9mo ago · 2:12

"…For those whom you lost and for those who are still there and who want you to get up again and those who are gone, you know that their bless souls are watching you and they want you to succeed and do what you're supposed to be doing. So topics like these and sharing my personal state of mind, I think, really helps me connect with people more. The more real and genuine it will sound, the more people would benefit from it. That's my message to everyone. Yeah.…"

@Ramya

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Honey Kapoor

@Findingyourself
 · 9mo ago · 0:49

"…Hi Olivia, thank you for your feedback. I really appreciate you listening to my AMA and providing me some feedback. So thank you very much. I'm really happy that you liked it and you could connect to it. And one thing I would request you that if you haven't already, then do subscribe to my podcast as well.…"

@itsoliviaaaa

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Honey Kapoor

@Findingyourself
 · 9mo ago · 1:26

"…Hi Sritzha, thank you so much for your message. I'm really glad that you liked it and you found it motivational. Yes, indeed. Doing this is a lot, a lot motivational for me than any anything else and fulfilling for me than anything else that I've ever done.…"

@Sreeja

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Honey Kapoor

@Findingyourself
 · 9mo ago · 2:27

"…But I must tell you this that I haven't met anyone for a very long time who would come and say that I'm engaged in so many things. So what you're doing is incredible. Sometimes you find things when you're not looking at all, so stop looking for it. You're using every small and big opportunity that's coming your way and that is the very best way to move forward. You can't even imagine how much it is.…"

@SSS135

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Honey Kapoor

@Findingyourself
 · 9mo ago · 1:56

"…Hi, Karen. Thank you very much for that question. And I really appreciate you listening to my AMA. So I would say that the way I look, I sound, I talk it's all. My dad, he was was an incredible man and immensely motivating. And I love reading books. And that's mainly because he was an avid reader. So what keeps me grounded and motivated is that I have a vision and I know what I want in life.…"

@Karan.Dev

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Shashank Sehgal

@SSS135
 · 9mo ago · 0:54

"…Hey Emma, thanks for replying. Actually, I wanted to know whether I'm doing it right or not of indulging in so many things at this point in time. But you actually replied you actually told me that yes, it is fine. And this will leave me a lot. Also, I want to tell you that I am not into finding a passion. And do you know why?…"

#sayiton swell

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Sasha Runyen

@sasharunyen20
 · 9mo ago · 1:06

"…Hi swell. I just wanted to come on here. I thought that this post was really interesting and something I've been hearing a lot lately is short term pain for long term happiness and I think that is a good idea. But I also wonder what people think that is working really hard and maybe having some roadblocks along the way worth getting to where you want to be? Or should we find a way to reach our dreams that is maybe less painful or less roadblocks along the way?…"

Short term pain for long term happiness?

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