To charge? Or Not to charge?

I am not sure. There’s always a sense of tension, doubt and excitement with this. When do you draw the fine, bold and upfront line between free and paid? I’ve asked myself many variations of these questions. What would be the value I’m adding to the customer? – charge that! How are my peers going about it? What am I not willing to do for free? Let me know

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Pick yourself

The stage isn’t limited to the dais anymore. With a tap this piece of glass that you are reading this very blog on can become your stage. It’s in your palms!

This is exciting and overwhelming. But it means you don’t need to wait to be picked by a coveted platform, organisation or event.

The world isn’t your audience. Instead, find the smallest viable audience and begin serving them.

They are waiting to hear from you!

Start now, pick yourself.


Icebreakers are everywhere!

Puneeth’s blog: Icebreakers are everywhere!

A bride hiding the groom’s name in her Mehendi, a 5-minute speech about your formative years or even just a ’Hi!’

We are surrounded by ice breakers!
These break the tension, initiate a conversation and rejuvenate relationships.

Some have become rituals. Some are practised as cultural norms and a few demand extra effort.

Find unique ways to spark a conversation.

Break the status quo. The ice will take care of itself.

Icebreakers are everywhere!

Puneeth’s blog: Icebreakers are everywhere!

A bride hiding the groom’s name in her Mehendi, a 5-minute speech about your formative years or even just a ’Hi!’

We are surrounded by ice breakers!
These break the tension, initiate a conversation and rejuvenate relationships.

Some have become rituals. Some are practised as cultural norms and a few demand extra effort.

Find unique ways to spark a conversation.

Break the status quo. The ice will take care of itself.

Complete the consequences

When making a decision we tend to look a step or two ahead. If it’s positive, encouraging and acceptable to us then we go ahead and make that decision.

We rarely take 3 steps(79 more words)

Complete the consequences

When making a decision we tend to look a step or two ahead. If it’s positive, encouraging and acceptable to us then we go ahead and make that decision.

We rarely take 3 steps(79 more words)

Practising gestures.

Puneeth’s blog: Practising gestures.

The gestures you practice a few times are to make you comfortable on the stage during the initial stages.

But only till your stage anxiety settles down, as the gestures you have practised 1000 times takes over, you don’t require the former ones.

This is how you normally speak, gesture and emote.

Allow your natural movements to come about. They may seem weird to you yet they are perfectly fine and an authentic extension of you.

When to speak?

Puneeth’s blog: When to speak?

Many speakers speak because it’s their turn!
They’ve been waiting, thinking about what to speak, structuring it in their head, freezing the opening and closing sections of their content.
Instead of waiting
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The how matters.

How matters more than we give it the due credit. In a while, people will unscramble it. Will their findings change the way they think of you? More than others, it’s about you and the decisions you make. It reflects the values you stand by. Cause, we aren’t judged by our words, but by the actions we take. It’s easy to compromise a little on one corner. It’s hard

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