Studio Renn was founded by husband and wife team Rahul and Roshni Jhaveri in 2018. While they define the approach to the materials with which they work as "agnostic," the use of concrete, as an example, in their fine jewelry collection, isn't the only thing that sets Studio Renn apart. It was thrilling to sit down with Rahul to learn about this couple's unique approach to the creative process, the ways in which they are challenging traditional perceptions of what's considered valuable, and to learn why they believe every project requires a leap of faith.
Political Breakfast with Denis O’Hayer
New Books in Intellectual History
Hints on the Art and Science of Government was the first treatise on statecraft produced in modern India. It consists of lectures that Raja Sir T. Madhava Rao delivered in 1881 to Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III, the young Maharaja of Baroda. Universally considered the foremost Indian statesman of the nineteenth century, Madhava Rao had served as dewan (or prime minister) in the native states of Travancore, Indore and Baroda. Under his command, Travancore and Baroda came to be seen as 'model states', whose progress demonstrated that Indians were capable of governing well. Rao's lectures summarise the fundamental principles underlying his unprecedented success. He explains how and why a Maharaja ought to marry the classical Indian ideal of raj dharma, which enjoins rulers to govern dutifully, with the modern English ideal of limited sovereignty. This makes Hints an exceptionally important text: it shows how, outside the confines of British India, Indians consciously and creatively sought to revise and adapt ideals in the interests of progress. The Progressive Maharaja: Sir Madhava Rao's Hints on the Art and Science of Government (Oxford UP, 2021) contains both the newly rediscovered, original lecture manuscripts; and an authoritative introduction, outlining Rao's remarkable career, his complicated relationship with Sayaji Rao III, and the reasons why his lectures have been neglected-until now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history
Hints on the Art and Science of Government was the first treatise on statecraft produced in modern India. It consists of lectures that Raja Sir T. Madhava Rao delivered in 1881 to Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III, the young Maharaja of Baroda. Universally considered the foremost Indian statesman of the nineteenth century, Madhava Rao had served as dewan (or prime minister) in the native states of Travancore, Indore and Baroda. Under his command, Travancore and Baroda came to be seen as 'model states', whose progress demonstrated that Indians were capable of governing well. Rao's lectures summarise the fundamental principles underlying his unprecedented success. He explains how and why a Maharaja ought to marry the classical Indian ideal of raj dharma, which enjoins rulers to govern dutifully, with the modern English ideal of limited sovereignty. This makes Hints an exceptionally important text: it shows how, outside the confines of British India, Indians consciously and creatively sought to revise and adapt ideals in the interests of progress. The Progressive Maharaja: Sir Madhava Rao's Hints on the Art and Science of Government (Oxford UP, 2021) contains both the newly rediscovered, original lecture manuscripts; and an authoritative introduction, outlining Rao's remarkable career, his complicated relationship with Sayaji Rao III, and the reasons why his lectures have been neglected-until now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Hints on the Art and Science of Government was the first treatise on statecraft produced in modern India. It consists of lectures that Raja Sir T. Madhava Rao delivered in 1881 to Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III, the young Maharaja of Baroda. Universally considered the foremost Indian statesman of the nineteenth century, Madhava Rao had served as dewan (or prime minister) in the native states of Travancore, Indore and Baroda. Under his command, Travancore and Baroda came to be seen as 'model states', whose progress demonstrated that Indians were capable of governing well. Rao's lectures summarise the fundamental principles underlying his unprecedented success. He explains how and why a Maharaja ought to marry the classical Indian ideal of raj dharma, which enjoins rulers to govern dutifully, with the modern English ideal of limited sovereignty. This makes Hints an exceptionally important text: it shows how, outside the confines of British India, Indians consciously and creatively sought to revise and adapt ideals in the interests of progress. The Progressive Maharaja: Sir Madhava Rao's Hints on the Art and Science of Government (Oxford UP, 2021) contains both the newly rediscovered, original lecture manuscripts; and an authoritative introduction, outlining Rao's remarkable career, his complicated relationship with Sayaji Rao III, and the reasons why his lectures have been neglected-until now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Investment Banking Recruiting Secrets of the Top 1%
Our client Rahul was caught off guard by the accelerated summer internship recruiting process but secured a small regional boutique offer. Not satisfied, he came to us for help with the full-time recruiting process, which was going to be even harder given the number of jobs available. He gives a ton of advice on what he did to end up with a much better offer, so make sure you check it out! Book a Virtual Coffee Chat with an Upperclassmen Who Secured an Offer: wallstmastermind.com/apply?utm_source=podcastep257
New Books in South Asian Studies
Hints on the Art and Science of Government was the first treatise on statecraft produced in modern India. It consists of lectures that Raja Sir T. Madhava Rao delivered in 1881 to Sayaji Rao Gaekwad III, the young Maharaja of Baroda. Universally considered the foremost Indian statesman of the nineteenth century, Madhava Rao had served as dewan (or prime minister) in the native states of Travancore, Indore and Baroda. Under his command, Travancore and Baroda came to be seen as 'model states', whose progress demonstrated that Indians were capable of governing well. Rao's lectures summarise the fundamental principles underlying his unprecedented success. He explains how and why a Maharaja ought to marry the classical Indian ideal of raj dharma, which enjoins rulers to govern dutifully, with the modern English ideal of limited sovereignty. This makes Hints an exceptionally important text: it shows how, outside the confines of British India, Indians consciously and creatively sought to revise and adapt ideals in the interests of progress. The Progressive Maharaja: Sir Madhava Rao's Hints on the Art and Science of Government (Oxford UP, 2021) contains both the newly rediscovered, original lecture manuscripts; and an authoritative introduction, outlining Rao's remarkable career, his complicated relationship with Sayaji Rao III, and the reasons why his lectures have been neglected-until now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/south-asian-studies
In this episode we Welcome Kamal (@LumpofCFC) to the podcast. We break down the Dortmund win. We are enjoying the back 3 with stand out performances from Chillwell, Cucurella and Fofana. EVEN King Kai had a fantastic performance. Rahul shares his "love" for Raheem. Did we get a bit of luck with the penalty? We looked at Jude Bellinghams poor tackle and his comments after the game. Did you enjoy the Potter and Boehly hug? Ultimately Potter in or Potter out? We talk about our Womens win and Emma Hays and finally give our thoughts on Leicester City. Can we get 3 in a row? ▶️ Subscribe to The Premier Chels on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3wVCg4q
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In this episode we Jacky and Rahul literally cheer and celebrate with relief as Chelsea FINALLY get a win against Leeds. Graham Potter and the team can breath a little freely. We then cut short the high with a the Chelsea women who lose in the Conti Cup final. We discuss Eric Seven Hag and Man Uniteds shocking result to Liverpool. Finally we build up to Dortmund. Can we win? Tune in to find out. ▶️ Subscribe to The Premier Chels on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3wVCg4q
Welcome to PICU Doc On Call, A Podcast Dedicated to Current and Aspiring Intensivists.I'm Pradip Kamat coming to you from Children's Healthcare of Atlanta/Emory University School of Medicine and I'm Rahul Damania, from Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital. We are two Pediatric ICU physicians passionate about all things MED-ED in the PICU. PICU Doc on Call focuses on interesting PICU cases & management in the acute care pediatric setting so let's get into our episode:Welcome to our Episode about a 14-year-old male who collapsed on the baseball field.Here's the case presented by Rahul:A 14-year-old male athlete was playing in a high school baseball tournament when he was hit in the chest with a pitched ball. The impact caused him to collapse on the field. Bystander CPR was begun given his unresponsiveness and emergency medical services were immediately called. The patient was transported to the hospital. Upon arrival, he was unresponsive and had no pulse. An electrocardiogram (ECG) showed ventricular fibrillation, and advanced cardiac life support was initiated. After several shocks and cardiac compressions, the patient regained a pulse and was transferred to the pediatric intensive care unit for further evaluation and management.To summarize key elements from this case, this patient has:Been struck by a high-velocity object in the chestSuffered a cardiac arrest, likely due to an arrhythmia from the blunt chest traumaThe presentation brings up a concern for Commotio Cordis, our topic of discussion today!We wanted to create this educational episode in light of the recent medical event experienced by the Buffalo Bill's safety Damar Hamlin. His blunt chest trauma, which led to cardiac arrest, has been postulated to be due to commotio cordis. At the date of this record, we are glad that Damar Hamlin is on the road to recovery.Absolutely, let's dive in more into this topic, Let's start with a short multiple-choice question:The 14-year-old described in our case suffered cardiac arrest after blunt chest trauma. Based on the working diagnosis of comottio cordis, what is the most likely EKG finding which may be seen in this patient?A. Ventricular fibrillationB. Ventricular tachycardiaC. Complete heart blockD. AsystoleThe correct answer is A. In a study published in JAMA (2002; 287(9):1142-1146) which used data from the US Commotio Cordis registry maintained by the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation, reported that the most common arrhythmia out of the 128 confirmed cases, 82 of which had EKGs which could be analyzed was ventricular fibrillation. Three patients had Vtach, 3 had Bradyarrhythmia and 1 had complete heart block. Although 40 patients had asystole, this was unlikely to be the initial rhythm after impact. Interestingly, the majority of these rhythms were recorded at the scene.Rahul, What is the definition of Commotio...
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In this episode, The Bearded Mystic Podcast discusses the wisdom of Rahul's Guru - Baba Hardev Singh Ji. Baba Ji as He is lovingly referred to led a life that emphasized the importance of forgiveness, love, acceptance and oneness by knowing who you really are. I hope you enjoyed listening to the Wisdom of the Mystics series. If you want to listen to more episodes about Non-Duality and a deep dive into the Bhagavad Gita, please follow/subscribe to this Podcast.Thoughts on the Upanishads, Conversations with the Bearded Mystic, Guided Meditations, and much more only on Patreon, Buzzsprout Subscriptions, Apple Podcast Subscriptions and Supercast. Patreon: Support The Bearded Mystic Podcast and get ad-free, bonus episodes along with many more benefits:https://www.patreon.com/thebeardedmysticpodcastBuzzsprout Subscriptions: Support The Bearded Mystic Podcast and get ad-free, bonus episodes: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1800416/subscribeDirect & Unfiltered with The Bearded Mystic is a great format to ask The Bearded Mystic (Rahul) whatever question you have in your mind. Submit your question by completing this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/53PRQ33Join The Bearded Mystic Podcast Discussion Group on Whatsapp: https://chat.whatsapp.com/GcCnyrjQwLuEPHBaVA6q9LBe notified of my weekly virtual meditation session followed by a Q&A Discussion via zoom (Notifications only):https://chat.whatsapp.com/DcdnuDMeRnW53E0seVp28bIf you would like a one-on-one meeting with me via Zoom, book here:https://calendly.com/thebeardedmysticpodcast/1on1meetingsPlease rate and write a review for this Podcast: https://www.thebeardedmysticpodcast.com/reviews/new/You can follow me and contact me on social media:Website: https://www.thebeardedmysticpodcast.comTikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMdk3HPJh/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebeardedmysticpodcast/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheBeardedMysticPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/bearded_mysticFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Bearded-Mystic-PodcastSupport the show
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Did Australia try to sweep too soon? Why is KL Rahul under the scanner? How could the Indore pitch turn out? Karthik Krishnaswamy and Alex Malcolm return to discuss everything to do with the second Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Further reading: 'India's cheat code: lower-order muscle' - Karthik Krishnaswamy: https://es.pn/3xkdcps 'Death by a thousand sweeps a window into Australia's soul' - Alex Malcolm: https://es.pn/3Sy2ztc 'The ladders have gone, only snakes lurk in Rahul's Test path right now' - Karthik Krishnaswamy: https://es.pn/3IPVlNL
Political Breakfast with Denis O’Hayer
In this episode Jacky and Rahul build up to the Tottenham game. Tune in and pray for a win :) ▶️ Subscribe to The Premier Chels on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3wVCg4q
In this episode we Jacky, Rahul and Alex discuss the result and he feelings of being beat by bottom table Southampton. We debate if Graham Potter should stay or should he be sacked. ▶️ Subscribe to The Premier Chels on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3wVCg4q
Jacky and Alex connect today as Rahul cannot bare to talk about another loss We covered Dortmund review with first 11 Potter's performace Is Jose coming back? Alex will massage Pep Guardiola's head asap Southampton preview Is Arteta a fraud? Thanks for tuning in! ▶️ Subscribe to The Premier Chels on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3wVCg4q
Spatial Simulations with AWS SimSpace Weaver In this episode, Peter sits with Rahul Thakkar to discuss the revolutionary AWS SimSpace Weaver, highlighting its unique function and applications across several industries. Rahul Thakkar is the Director and General Manager of Simulation Technologies at Amazon Web Services. Before AWS, he held multiple executive roles at Boeing, Brivo, PIXIA, and DreamWorks Animation. He is an inventor, and global technology executive with a background in cloud computing, distributed and high-performance computing, media and entertainment, film, television, defense and intelligence, aerospace, and access control. His film credits include Shrek, Antz, and Legend of Bagger Vance. In 2002, he was part of the team that won an Academy Award for Shrek as the Best Animated Feature. Again in 2016, at the 88th Annual Academy Awards, Thakkar received a Technical Achievement Award. Notes AWS SimSpace Weaver enables customers to run extremely large-scale spatial simulations without having to manage any of the underlying infrastructure. It also removes the complexity of state management of entities as they move about the simulation. Previously, carrying out such simulations would be done sequentially, in a cumbersome manner over years but now it can be done in parallel in weeks. Different organizations have tried out this functionality for several scenarios and the results have been amazing. This value was largely made possible due to the approach of working with customer feedback. Rahul's interest in the cloud came much later in his career which started initially in the R&D department of the Motion Picture industry where he created many of the complex graphics in movies. He later moved into a small start-up that was developing technologies for satellite imagery and mapping, and from here he moved to aerospace. Generally, he observed the problem that it is very expensive for companies to maintain their infrastructure when dealing with simulations. It also would drain resources and distract from the main focus of the company. Eventually, knew he had to use AWS, and now he works with them. All the other primitive tools within AWS are being consumed to build the service. There is also the ability to write to S3 so that customers can write the simulations out. This helps customers to remember how the simulation played out. Relating this new service to the metaverse, Rahul believes that when it comes to the metaverse, each organization has its vision of what it should be. However, AWS built the tools to empower these organizations to build their metaverses. Despite the possibility of having competition from Azure or GCP, the focus of AWS would remain on the customer and their needs, innovation on their behalf. Identifying new problems that the service would be very applicable for is a great challenge that AWS relies on customers for, to help AWS envision where they want to go with the service. There are definitely many companies running simulations but it is hard to predict how many would migrate to the AWS SimSpace Weaver because it is still a new product. Nonetheless, a lot of industries are interested in this new service. These include smart cities, organizations ranging from local to federal or international, logistics and supply chains, large-scale event planning, or any situation where there is a need to simulate a large problem with digital replicas of the real world. Top Quotes
Revenue Generator Podcast: Sales + Marketing + Product + Customer Success = Revenue Growth
And puts a person in Hell if he Worships someone else while Bhagwan is Large Hearted?
With Rahul Gandhi aka Pappu ji calling Yogi Adityanath a common thug, it is clear that all his claims of spreading love is just a pretence. Of course, how it is going to impact his party is another question. Sanjay Dixit shows Rahul baba the mirror.
In this episode Jacky and Rahul come together to discuss Chelsea's performance against West Ham We cover the starting 11 Poor performances from Cucu and Kai Encouraging signs from Jaoa and Enzo Graham Potter and his time so far Dortmund build up UpTheChels --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/premierchels/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/premierchels/support
Revenue Generator Podcast: Sales + Marketing + Product + Customer Success = Revenue Growth
Revenue Generator Podcast: Sales + Marketing + Product + Customer Success = Revenue Growth
Dear Listeners & Peds ICU community, WE are back on air!Welcome to PICU Doc On Call, A Podcast Dedicated to Current and Aspiring Intensivists.I'm Pradip Kamat coming BACK to you from Children's Healthcare of Atlanta/Emory University School of Medicineand I'm Rahul Damania from Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital and we are two Pediatric ICU physicians passionate about all things MED-ED in the PICU.PICU Doc on Call focuses on interesting PICU cases & management in the acute care pediatric setting.As we turn into a new year, we would like to introduce Season 2 of PICU Doc on Call. Yes Pradip, I am super excited for this year & I want to take this moment to thank YOU all, our listener community for making PICU Doc on Call such a success as we share our passion for medical education thru this forum!This episode will give you a quick layout of how we will be organizing each episode of PICU doc on call this year. We will also highlight some tips and tricks on how to best learn from a medical podcast. Our goal in this episode is to provide you a framework on some best practices in medical podcasting and how to retain information from a podcast. Especially for our past & future episodes, we hope you can use this audio learning platform to assist you in applying the knowledge at the bedside when you are working in the acute care setting.Let's get into our first learning objective,Rahul, did you know that learning via podcasts can actually benefit your brain & change the neural chemistry.In fact, a 2016 med ed study published out of UC Berkeley concluded that listening to narrative stories from podcasts can stimulate multiple parts of your brain such as the limbic system and can enhance mood as it modulates dopamine and serotonin driven neural pathways. Think about listening to your favorite true-crime podcast — the suspense actually allows for you to stimulate centers in your medulla that increase the amount of endorphines, dopamine and serotonin that keep you on the edge of your seat.That is so unique, so based on this, I do want to highlight some of the key elements which will make our podcast or any medical podcast you listen to beneficial. These pearls will also help you if you are developing a medical podcast of your own!The first concept here is that many podcasts provide narratives.When it comes to medical podcasts, narratives are in the form of medical cases which allow for you to retain content knowledge as a patient case invokes emotion and this can help you remember information more robustly.When listening to a podcast, you have to use your imagination to picture what's going on. For example, if I painted a 2 yo M with a history of rhinorrhea at home for about a week who now presents to the ED with subcostal & intercostal retractions that then progresses to intubation in the PICU, you not only are envisioning a patient in front of you, but also are shifting your mind across settings. Our brain has to work at the pace of the audio, so hopefully your mind doesn't wander off like it does when reading a textbook page. And because you have to...
First, Indian Express' Manoj CG joins us to talk about the latest controversy in the parliament on the Adani-Hindenburg row. Second, Indian Express' Amrita Nayak Dutta explains India's struggle in paying back Russia its defence dues. And in the end, Indian Express' Partha Sarathi Biswas tells us why the Union government announced a budget for digitizing the rural credit system. Hosted by Rahel Philipose Produced and Scripted by Utsa Sarmin, Anwiti Singh, Shashank BhargavaEdited and mixed by Suresh Pawar
Rahul Gandhi launched a scathing, Adani-themed attack in Lok Sabha and PM Narendra Modi. The Print Editor-In-Chief Shekhar Gupta on the game of allegations and counter-allegation as Parliament debate sizzles in a long time. In episode 1170 of 'CutTheClutter'.
Gurmehar Kaur brings you the news from Delhi, Parliament, Supreme Court, Turkey, and Syria.Produced by Chanchal Gupta, edited by Hasan BilalWe have a new Sena project on the crisis in Joshimath and how Uttarakhand may have many calamities waiting to happen. Contribute now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today, we're joined by Rahul Alim. Rahul is the Founder, President, and CEO of Custom Creators, a digital marketing agency from Los Angeles, California. Rahul is here to discuss how you need to put yourself out there and talk about what you do, how you can network at scale with social media, and how sales isn't a bad word. Rahul Alim's Facebook: @RahulAlim Rahul Alim's Instagram: @rahulalim Rahul Alim's LinkedIn: @RahulAlim Loans On Demand Website: www.loansondemand.io Luke Shankula's Facebook: @LukeShankula Luke Shankula's LinkedIn: @LukeShankula I Love Mortgage Brokering: www.ilovemortgagebrokering.com Find out more about BRX Mortgage: www.rookietorockstar.ca Find out more about the 10 Loans A Month Academy: www.10loansamonth.com
To many in Srinagar, Rahul Gandhi's flag hoisting in Lal Chowk was just another political display. Post abrogation of article 370 in 2019, Kashmiris have 'lost faith in Delhi parties', analysts say.----more----Read the article here: https://theprint.in/politics/theres-a-political-vacuum-in-kashmir-and-rahuls-bharat-jodo-hasnt-bridged-it/1348323/
Because there usually isn't a specific revenue amount associated with talent acquisition, it is often viewed as a cost center. However, as today's guest explains, there is a direct positive revenue impact to each hire that is made in a business, and it is so important that TA leaders make others aware of this fact. Rahul Yodh is the VP of talent acquisition at New Western, a company that operates a marketplace for investors to (quickly) find homes to rehabilitate. After completing his third year of law school, Rahul realized he was on the wrong path and made a decision to pivot to talent acquisition. Tune in today to hear what Rahul's current role consists of, some of the goals he hopes to accomplish, and advice on how to change the way talent acquisition is viewed within organizations. Key Points From This Episode: The project that Rahul is in the process of closing out. Rahul's philosophy on interviews. How the New Western business model works. Rahul's original career goal. An overview of Rahul's career trajectory to date. What Rahul's role as VP of talent acquisition at New Western consists of. What Rahul's early days in the talent acquisition industry were like. Rahul's greatest strength (according to the Gallup CliftonStrengths Assessment). What drew Rahul from staffing to the executive search space. The impact that TA has on company revenue. Rahul's advice for scaling down. How to ensure that the impact of TA is better understood. The importance of building cross-departmental relationships. Tweetables: “I want to have a candidate who is well prepared and can be at their best during an interview as opposed to worrying about gotcha questions and nervously trying to navigate through a minefield.” — @rahulyodh [0:04:12] “We're trying to fuel the economy through lower price inventory for home buyers and small business owners.” — @rahulyodh [0:07:13] “As a TA leader, you've got to think like a revenue org leader, like a COO, like a chief marketing officer, chief sales officer, and you've gotta really sharpen your business IQ, and be able to demonstrate quantifiable terms that your team is providing.” — @rahulyodh [0:16:58] Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Rahul Yodh on LinkedIn New Western CliftonStrengths Assessment Talk Talent to Me Hired
Gurmehar Kaur brings you the news from J&K, Delhi, Lakshadweep, Australia, and Ukraine. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
As Bharat Jodo Yatra concludes, ThePrint Editor-In-Chief lists the 10 ‘good' takeaways for Rahul Gandhi & Congress from the Yatra. We also look at the formidable challenges that lie on way to electoral success as evident in data on PM Modi's popularity as shown in the latest India Today Mood of the Nation (MOTN) poll. Watch episode 1163 of #CutTheClutter ----more---- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Off The Cuff with Prashant Kishor : https://youtu.be/NSmSgGVJXPE --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- https://www.indiatoday.in/magazine/co... --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- https://www.indiatoday.in/magazine/co... --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- https://www.indiatoday.in/magazine/co...
Aban Usmani brings you the news from Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Jammu and Kashmir, and the US.Produced by P Madhu Kumar, edited by Satish Kumar. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Gurmehar Kaur brings you the news from Jammu and Kashmir, the Supreme Court, Delhi, Karnataka, and US. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Rahul Khatri is the CXO and Co-Founder of Stoggles where he leads brand growth and the end-to-end management of all their social marketing efforts as well as managing their in-house Customer Happiness team. Together with his co-founder Max Greenberg, the pair are building Stoggles into a globally recognized and trusted brand that offers a product unlike any other in the marketplace today. Prior to Stoggles, Rahul was Creative Director and Partner at ROAV Inc., a DTC sunglasses company.In This Conversation We Discuss: [00:00] Intro[01:05] What are Stoggle's products[02:26] Why Rahul started on Eyewear[05:28] Stoggles was a marketing play for ROAV[06:43] Crowdfunding as a go-to-market strategy[08:26] Niching down to a more specialized product[11:06] The realization of customizable safety wear[12:17] Sponsor: Electric Eye electriceye.io/connect[13:14] Sponsor: JSON-LD for SEO jsonld.app[14:29] Sponsor: Wayflyer wayflyer.com/ecomm/honest[15:32] Shifting the focus from ROAV to Stoggles[18:24] Niches are where the money is[20:44] Having a “test-and-learn” mindset[22:01] The new types of customers for Stoggles [23:28] Bringing people together to the Ecom community[24:11] Connections gives a greater brand impact[24:56] Where to find StogglesResources:Subscribe to Honest Ecommerce on YoutubePrescription safety glasses that do everything for people who do everything stoggles.comConnect with Rahul linkedin.com/in/rahul-khatri-080a84b0Take the first step towards Shopify success electriceye.io/connectGet your free structured data audit for your store jsonld.appFunding a better way wayflyer.com/ecomm/honestIf you're enjoying the show, we'd love it if you left Honest Ecommerce a review on Apple Podcasts. It makes a huge impact on the success of the podcast, and we love reading every one of your reviews!
Join Ben (https://gideonasen.com/our-team/benjamin-gideon/) and Rahul (https://www.psbr.law/ravipudi.html) for their conversation with renowned Dallas, Texas trial lawyer, Brent Walker, one half of the firm Aldous & Walker. Brent talks about growing up with a trial lawyer mother and his journey to partner with legendary Texas trial lawyer Charla Aldous. Brent discusses how the two of them have built a firm focused on individual clients and taking on important causes, like Texas' challenge to school mask mandates and sexual assault at a Jesuit school. Brent describes how he and Charla have teamed up at trial to achieve an incredible string of verdicts in a diverse set of cases. This is a great episode that you won't want to miss. About Brent Walker Sharp. Protective. Trial Attorney. Some attorneys focus on different areas of law, building a practice around specific kinds of cases and concentrating on them. But I don't work like that. Instead, I try all kinds of cases. My job as a Dallas trial attorney is to go into court and stand up for my clients, whether the client is a person with a personal injury case or a corporation locked in a legal battle with another business. Whatever your case, I can plead your cause in court. The experience of representing individuals and businesses as both plaintiffs and defendants gives me a unique perspective and helps me better serve clients of the firm. At the same time, my extensive appellate experience allows me to work on cases before and during trial with an eye toward possible issues in the event of an appeal. Courtroom Experience Before coming to work with Charla and the team at Aldous Walker—then Aldous Walker—I worked at one of Dallas' leading healthcare law firms, as well as one of the nation's leading personal injury firms. Over the years, I've gained significant experience in personal injury cases involving catastrophic injuries and wrongful death, as well as commercial litigation claims involving breach of contract and misappropriation of trade secrets. But the most important thing to remember is not that I've tried this kind of case or that, but that I have, in fact, taken them to trial. I've stood up in court, argued cases to judges and juries, and persuaded them to my clients' point of view. In an age where some young attorneys never even see the inside of a courtroom, that makes me rather unique.
It's the final final! The last Soggy Bottom Girls podcast of 2022, and, a very special one at that! The girls record this episode IN PERSON for the very first time. They discuss all their recent holiday bakes, praise all things Kim-Joy, and celebrate the unsurprising season 9 win by Rahul.
Talent Acquisition Trends & Strategy
Rahul Yodh, Vice President of Talent Acquisition, shares how New Western hit their hiring plan while doubling the size of the company. How he implemented an optimized revenue approach to talent acquisition. New Western was just recognized by Glassdoor as a 2023 Best Place to Work. Our host James Mackey, SecureVision CEO Listen to our full episode list here:https://www.talenttrends.io/Follow us:https://www.linkedin.com/company/82436841/Our YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/@securevision1677#1 Rated Embedded Recruitment Firm on G2!https://www.g2.com/products/securevision/reviewsThanks for listening!
The robots are coming! Actually, they're already here. Every day there's a new story in our newsfeeds about how AI technology is disrupting everything from education to healthcare to the workplace. Remarkably, one of the greatest benefits of AI is its ability to improve human communication. AI communication assistants are quickly becoming our trusted advisors, stealthily upgrading our language skills and making us sound like bona fide geniuses across all of our digital platforms. But according to Rahul Roy-Chowdhury, we haven't even scratched the surface of what's possible. He should know. Rahul spent more than 14 years at Google, where he served as the company's VP of Product Management, and today is the Global Head of Product at Grammarly, one of the most popular and advanced AI communication assistants. Grammarly's platform reaches more than 30 million users and 50,000 organizations worldwide. It uses natural language processing and AI to check written digital text for grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors, and it can even give you suggestions for improving your tone, sentence structure, and clarity, and help you make your writing sound more engaging. Rahul joins the podcast to talk about how AI communication assistants like Grammarly won't replace human communication but, rather, through improving our communication, give us the capability and confidence to be our best selves.
The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
How To Raise a Venture Capital Fund Over the last 4 years, I have raised around $400M across different vehicles from many different types of investors. Today I am going to break down the early stages of how to raise a venture capital fund and then stay tuned for a follow-up to this where we will break down a fundraising deck for a fund, what to do, what not to do etc. But to the first element. Your Fund Size is Your Strategy: The most important decision you will make is the size of fund you raise. So much of your strategy and approach will change according to your fund size target (LP type, messaging, documentation, structure etc). Remember, your fund size is your strategy. If you are raising a $10M Fund, you are likely writing collaborative checks alongside a follower, if you are raising a $75M fund, you will likely be leading early-stage seed rounds. These are very different strategies and ways of investing. MISTAKE: The single biggest mistake I see fund managers make is they go out to fundraise with too high a target fundraise. One of the most important elements in raising for a fund is creating the feeling of momentum in your raise. The more of the fund you have raised and the speed with which you have raised those funds dictate that momentum. So the smaller the fund, the easier it is to create that heat and momentum in your raise. LESSON: Figure out your minimum viable fund size (MVFS). Do this by examining your portfolio construction. In other words, how many investments you want to make in the fund (the level of diversification) and then alongside that, the average check size you would like to invest in each company. Many people forget to discount the fees when doing this math and so the traditional fund will charge 2% fees per year and so across the life of the fund (usually 10 years), that is 20% of the fund allocated to fees. Example: We are raising a $10M Fund. 20% is allocated to fees for the manager and so we are left with $8M of investable capital. A good level of diversification for an early-stage fund is 30 companies and so with this fund size, I would recommend 32 investments with an average of $250K per company. That is the $8M in invested capital. Big tip, I often see managers raising a seed fund and are only planning to make 15 investments, this is simply not enough. You have to have enough diversification in the portfolio if you are at the seed stage. No one is that good a picker. Likewise, I sometimes see 100 or even 200 investments per fund, this is the spray-and-pray approach, and although works for some, your upside is inherently capped when you run the maths on fund sizes with this many investments. A big element to point out in this example is we have left no allocation for reserves. For those that do not know, reserves are the dollars you set aside to re-invest in existing portfolio companies. Different funds reserve different amounts, on the low end there is 0% reserves and on the high end some even have 70% of the fund reserved for follow-on rounds. In this example, given the size of the fund being $10M with a seed focus, I would recommend we have a no-reserves policy. Any breakout companies you can take to LPs and create SPVs to concentrate further capital into the company. This is also better for you as the manager as you then have deal by deal carry on the SPVs that are not tied to the performance of the entire fund. So now we know we know $10M is our MVFS as we want to make at least 30 investments and we want to invest at least $250K per company. Great, next step. Set a target that is on the lower end, you can always have a hard cap that is significantly higher but you do not want the target to be too far away that LPs question whether you will be able to raise the fund at all. This is one of the biggest reasons why many do not invest in a first time fund, they are unsure whether the fund will be raised at all. The Team: Alongside the size of the fund, the team composition is everything, simply put, LPs like managers who have invested in the stage you are wanting to invest in moving forward. They like to see track record. IMPORTANT: I see so many angels write checks into breakout Series B companies and then go out and try and raise a seed fund with this as their track record. Do not do this, this does not prove you are a good seed investor but merely shows you have access at the Series B. These are very different things. With regards to track record, in the past, TVPI or paper mark-ups were enough, now there is a much greater focus on DPI (returned capital to investors). LPs want to see that you have invested before at that stage and they also want to see that the team has worked together before. You want to remove the barriers to no. If you have not worked with the partners you are raising with before, LPs will have this as a red flag, and as team risk, it is that simple. Navigating the World of LPs (Limited Partners) The size of the fund you are raising will massively dictate the type of LPs that will invest in your fund. MISTAKE: You have to change your messaging and product marketing with each type of LP you are selling to. A large endowment fund will want a very different product to a Fund of Funds. Example: If you are a large endowment, you will invest in early funds but you want the manager to show you a pathway to them, in the future, being able to take not a $10M check but a $50M check from the endowment. Whereas the Fund of Funds will likely want you to stay small with each fund. So when discussing fund plans, it is crucial to keep these different desires in mind. If you are raising a $10M fund, you will be too small for institutional LPs and will raise from individuals and family offices. An LP will never want to be more than 20% of the LP dollars in a fund and so the size at which an institutional LP (really the smallest fund of funds) would be interested is when you raise $25M+ and they can invest $5M. Generalisation but a good rule of thumb to have. LP Composition of Your Fund: Speaking of one LP being 20% of the fund dollars, it is helpful to consider the LP composition you would like to have for your fund. The most important element; you want to have a diversified LP base. A diversified LP base is important in two different forms: No LP should be more than 20% of the fund at a maximum. That said you do not want to have so many investors in your fund it is unmanageable. LPs need time and attention and so it is important to keep that in mind when considering how many you raise from. Some LPs will want preferred terms or economics for coming into the first close or being one of the first investors, if you can, do not do this. It sets a precedent for what you will and will not accept and then for all subsequent investors, they will want the same terms and rights. You want to have a diversification of LP type (endowments, fund of funds, founders, GPs at funds etc). Why? In different market cycles, different LPs will be impacted and so if you only raise from one LP type, if a market turns against that LP class, then your next fund is in danger. Example: We will see the death of many mico-funds ($10M and below). Why? The majority raised their funds from GPs at larger funds and from public company founders. With the changing market environment, most GPs are no longer writing LP checks and most public market founders have had their net worths cut in half by the value of their company in the public market and so likewise, are no longer writing LP checks. In this case, the next funds for these funds will be in trouble as their core LP base is no longer as active as they used to be. We are seeing this today. Prediction: 50% of the micro-funds raised in the last 2 years will not raise subsequent funds. Going back to the question of diversification, my preference and what we have at 20VC, the majority of dollars are concentrated from a small number of investors. Of a $140M fund, we have $100M invested from 5 large institutions. These are a combination of endowments, Family Offices, a High Net Worth Individual and a Fund of Funds. The remaining $40M originates from smaller institutions or individuals, for us we have over 50 making up that final $40M. For me, I really wanted to have a community around 20VC Fund and so we have over 40 unicorn founders invested personally in the fund as LPs. Bonus Points: The best managers select their LPs to play a certain role or help with a potential weakness the manager has. For example, I was nervous I did not have good coverage of the Australian or LATAM startup market and so I was thrilled to add founders from Atlassian, Linktree, Mercado Libre, Rappi and Nubank as LPs to help in regions where I do not have such an active presence. If you can, structure your LP base to fill gaps you have in your ability. Status Check In: Now we know our minimum viable fund size, we know the team composition we are going out to raise with, we know the LP type that we are looking to raise money from and we know how we want our desired fund cap table to look. Now we are ready to move to the LPs themselves. Fill Your Restaurant with Friendlies: As I said, the appearance of your raise having heat and momentum is important. Mistake: The biggest mistake I see early fund managers make is they go out to large institutional investors that they do not have an existing relationship and spend 3-4 months trying to raise from them. They lose heat, they lose morale and the raise goes nowhere. Whatever fund size you are raising, do not do this. Fill your restaurant with friendlies first. What does this mean? Go to anyone you know who would be interested in investing in your fund and lock them in to invest. Create the feeling that progress is being made and you have momentum. BONUS POINTS: The best managers bring their LPs with them for the fundraise journey. With each large or notable investor that invests in your fund, send an email to the LPs that have already committed to let them know about this new notable investor. This will make them feel like you have momentum, they are in a winner and many will then suggest more LP names, wanting to bring in their friends. MISTAKE: Do not set a minimum check size, some of the most helpful LPs in all of my funds have been the smallest checks. Setting a minimum check size will inhibit many of the friendlies from investing and prevent that early momentum. The bigger the name the incoming investor has the better. You can use it for social validity when you go out to raise from people you know less well or not at all. Different names carry different weight, one mistake I see many make is they get a big name invested in their fund but it is common knowledge to everyone that this LP has done 200 or 300 fund investments, in which case, it does not carry much weight that they invested in your fund. Be mindful of this as it can show naivety if you place too much weight on a name that has invested in so many funds. Discovery is Everything: The world of LPs is very different to the world of venture. 99% of LPs do not tweet, write blogs or go on podcasts. Discovery is everything. When I say discovery I literally mean finding the name of the individual and the name of the organization that is right for you to meet. This can take the form of several different ways but the most prominent for me are: The Most Powerful: Create an LP acquisition flywheel. What do I mean by this? When an LP commits to invest in your fund. Say to them, “thank you so much for your faith and support in me, now we are on the same team, what 3 other LPs do you think would be perfect for the fund?” Given they have already invested, they already believe in you and so 90% of them will come back with 3 names and make the intro. Do this with each LP that commits and you will create an LP acquisition flywheel. Bonus Point: The top 1% of managers raising will already know which LPs are in the network of the LP that has just committed and will ask for those 3 specific intros. They will then send personalized emails to the LP that has just committed. The LP is then able to forward that email to the potential LP you want to meet. You want to minimize the friction on behalf of the introducer and so writing the forwardable email is a great way to do this. The Most Likely to Commit: LPs are like VCs. When one of their portfolio managers makes an intro and recommendation to a potential fund investment, they will place a lot more weight on it than they would have otherwise. So get your VC friends to introduce you to their LPs, it is that simple. Remember, you have to remove the friction from the introducer. So, make sure to send the email they can forward to the LP. Make this personalized and concise. Mistake: Many VCs do not like to introduce other managers to their LPs as they view it as competition. This is moronic. If the manager asking for the intro is really good, they will raise their fund with or without your intro. If they are not good, then you can politely say it would not be a fit for your LP and move on. Do not be too protective of your LPs from other managers. The Cold Outbound: I am not going to lie cold outbound for LPs is really hard. Here is what I would suggest: Pitchbook: It is expensive and many cannot afford it but if you can, it is worth it for LP discovery. They have thousands of LPs of different types on the platform all with their emails and contact details. Those are less useful as a cold email to an LP is unlikely to convert but just finding their names and the names of their organization is what is important. You can then take that to Linkedin to then find the mutual connections you have with that person and ask for a warm intro. Linkedin: Many LPs have the funds that they have invested in on their Linkedin profiles with the title “Limited Partner”. If they are invested in a fund that is aligned with the strategy that you are raising for, there is a strong chance they might be a fit. For example, I invest in micro-funds and have invested in Chapter One, Scribble, Rahul from Superhuman and Todd's Fund, and Cocoa Ventures, so you see this and see I like sub $25M funds with a specific angle. Clearbit: Often you will know the name of the institution but not the name or position of the person within the institution that you are looking to raise from. Download a Google Chrome Plugin called Clearbit. With Clearbit you can simply insert the URL for the organization you would like to speak with and then all the people within it will appear and you can select from title and their email will be provided. Again, if you do not want to cold email, you now have their name which you can take to your community, to ask for the intro. MISTAKE: LPs invest in lines, not dots. Especially for institutional LPs, it is rare that an institution will meet you and invest in you without an existing relationship and without having followed your work before. A mistake many make is they go to large institutions and expect them to write a check for this fund, it will likely be at best for the fund after this one or most likely the third fund. This does not mean you should not go to them with your first fund but you should not prioritize them and you should not expect them to commit. I would instead go in with the mindset of we are not going to get an investment here, so I want to leave the room understanding what they need to see me do with this first fund, to invest in the next fund. The more detailed you can get them to be the more you can hold them to account for when you come back to them for Fund II. Example: If they say, we want to see you are able to price and lead seed rounds and we are not sure you can right now. Great. Now when you come back to them in 12 months' time, you can prioritize the fact that you have led 80% of the rounds you invested in, and their core concern there has been de-risked. In terms of how I think about LP relationship building, I always meet 2 new LPs every week. I ensure with every quarter, I have a check-in with them and ensure they have our quarterly update. This allows them to follow your progress, learn how you like to invest, and communicate with your LPs. It also really serves to build trust. Doing this not in a fundraising process also removes the power imbalance that is inherent within a fundraise and allows a much more natural relationship to be created.
Institute of Corporate Directors is a not-for-profit organization that inspires directors to make meaningful contributions in the boardroom. The conversations that take place in the board rooms are very important for any organization. As the CEO, it's your job to make sure that every chair is aligned with each other. Join Douglas Nelson as he talks to the CEO of the Institute of Corporate Directors, Rahul Bhardwaj. Join in the conversation to learn more about governance and how it can be improved in the social profit sector. Find out what makes effective relationships between board members and CEOs. Know how to engage with your board today so you can lead your organization to success.
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Rahul Shah is the Chief Executive Officer of Next Quarter. Shah has more than 15 years of experience as an accomplished CFO and COO. He founded the company in 2016 and leads the overall corporate direction and strategy at Next Quarter. He has an extensive background in financial planning, sales analytics, and operational management. Prior to Next Quarter, Shah served as the CFO for Global Industry Verticals, a DXC Technology company, managing an $8B+ P&L at CSC and was also responsible for setting up a Global COE for Revenue and Sales Analytics. He's held other leadership positions at Covansys, Infosys, and PwC. During the show, we discuss: The one question that keeps CFOs awake every night The factors to look into for higher revenue The information that should show on your KPI's How financial planning & analysis professionals can rescue their CFOs and solve challenges The importance of sales forecasting for the financial services industry How to build a sales forecast The 5 ways to streamline your sales process and hit sales forecasts The reasons why strategic account planning matters for your business The 5 better ways to present 2022 revenue forecasts to your CEO The best key account management tools for sustained business growth What revenue leakage is and how companies can fix it How hypergrowth companies grow their sales organizations Account planning best practices you need to know right now Game-changers for financial planning and analysis for organization's growth Show resources: https://nextq.ai/
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One of the blessings (though it sometimes feels like a curse) of hosting Grand Tamasha, Carnegie's weekly podcast on Indian politics and policy, is that our host Milan Vaishnav ends up reading a ton of books and interviewing many authors. In what we hope will become an annual holiday tradition, Milan has made a list of his top three India reads of the year, based on some of the books we've highlighted on the show's recently wrapped eighth season. Our Grand Tamasha top three books of 2022 (drumroll, please): Desperately Seeking Shah Rukh: India's Lonely Young Women and the Search for Intimacy and IndependenceBy Shrayana Bhattacharya. Published by HarperCollins India.The Progressive Maharaja: Sir Madhava Rao's Hints on the Art and Science of GovernmentBy Rahul Sagar. Published by Hurst/HarperCollins India.The Newlyweds: Rearranging Marriage in Modern IndiaBy Mansi Choksi. Published by Atria/Icon/Penguin Viking. In this episode, Milan talks about why he loved each of these books and includes short clips from his conversations with Shrayana, Rahul, and Mansi. Think of this bonus episode as our little holiday present to you, our listeners. We'll see you in January.
It is an all-Newslaundry panel this week as Basant Kumar is joined by Ashwine Kumar Singh and Akanksha Kumar. Ashwin talks about his story on layoffs in the news industry, specifically at Zee Media, and the reasons for it. He points to the role of India's weak labour laws and Big Tech in rendering media jobs precarious. The discussion then moves to Akanksha's story about a missing DDA official. Akansha explains the chronology of events and the still unresolved mysteries. "Puzzles are solving but not forming a clear picture," she says. This and a lot more as they talk about what made news, what didn't, and what shouldn't have. Tune in.Timecodes00:00:00 - Introduction00:04:44 - Media layoffs00:09:25 - Missing DDA Worker00:26:50 - Media layoffs00:43:19 - RecommendationsRecommendationsAkankshaIndia: A day at Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra The Bharat Jodo Yatra allows Rahul to be himself Bharat Jodo Yatra: History In The Making Saurabh Kirpal on media trials and the government ‘sitting tight' on his HC elevation | NL Interview AshwineToday's Truth Khakee: The Bihar Chapter BasantKISAN ANDOLAN : GROUND ZERO Produced by Madhu Kumar, recorded by Anil Kumar, edited by Tehreem Roshan and Parikshit Sanyal. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.