Ep. 20: Mihir Mehta

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.
We have as our guest today, Mihir Mehta, Investment Banker at Ashika Capital. In this episode, we plunge into 'The Investor' by Benjamin Graham.

In the second half we also discuss 'The Little Book that Beats the Market' by Joel Greenblatt, 'The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck' by Mark Manson and 'One Up on Wall Street' by Peter Lynch.

Mihir discusses the parameters for intelligent investment, the intrinsic value of a company, the market, success strategies in the financial market and how to choose your f*cks wisely. This episode will help all our listeners invest safely, highlight the importance of savings, and help manage finances prudently.

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Ep. 19: Mayank Gandhi

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

We have as our guest today, Mayank Gandhi, Author of Aap and Down, which we deep dive into for the first half of the podcast.

In the second half we also discuss My Experiments with the Truth by M. k. Gandhi, Autobiography of a spiritually incorrect mystic by Osho, Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramhansa Yogananda, and books by P.G. Wodehouse.

Mayank discusses the rise and fall of the Aam Aadmi Party with a detached and objective view, Osho’s self-appointed stature as Bhagwan, what today’s politicians can learn from Gandhi’s teachings and the life of the thought leader Paramhansa Yogananda.

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Ep. 18: Discussing The Work Of Yuval Noah Harari

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

Today we have a very special episode for all our listeners. In the first half of the episode we discuss the Power of Asking, followed by our super inspiring interaction with Yuval Noah Harari and a few of his 21 Lessons for the 21st Century which untangles political, technological, social and existential questions, and highlights how they impact the everyday lives of humans worldwide.

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Ep. 17: Siddharth Banerjee

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

Today as our guest we have Adroit Author Siddharth Banerjee, as in this episode we discuss his book 'Speechless' co-written along with Mr. Roshan Abbas.
In the first half of the episode Siddharth sketches out how he pioneered and conceptualized the book in a manner, that would reach and resonate with a huge number of masses.
In the second half of the episode we discuss 'Factfullness' by Hans Rosling, 'The Hero and The Outlaw' by Margaret Mark and more for a delineated understanding of writing. Tune in now.

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Ep. 16: Anirudh Kanisetti

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

Today as our guest we have Anirudh Kanisetti, Research Associate and host of podcast series Echoes Of India. In this episode we deep dive into Fate of Rome by Kyle Harper in the first half of the podcast.
In the second half we also discuss 'Ka' by Roberto Calasso, 'Against The Grain' by James C Scott, 'Political Violence in Ancient India' by Upinder Singh and much more. Anirudh further talks about History readings and why it is so essential to be referred to in today's times.

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Ep. 15: Alisha Rajpal

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

Today as our guest we have Alisha Rajpal Author of 'Has Everything Been Done?'
In the first half of the episode Alisha gives us a peak into her book and mildly touches upon the stories carved in it.
In the second half we swoop into the art of writing, the habit of reading, the inspirations and the favorites. Lastly we discuss a few classic books such as Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell, Just Kids by Patti Smith and more.
Tune in.

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Ep. 13: Anand Sivakumaran

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

We have as our guest today Anand Sivakumaran Author, Script Writer and digital Content Creator. In this episode we deep dive into his latest book 'Natasha Mehra Must Die'. It is a slick, taut, exciting read that will keep you awake till you have turned the last page.
In the second half of the episode Anand enlightens us how he was inspired by the different facets of various books that he read in youth and his favorite authors of all time. We also discuss 'Freedom At Midnight' by Larry Collins and Dominique Lapierre, Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari, Homodeus and a lot more.
To know further about the books we discussed, tune in to the podcast.

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and all major bookstores.

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Ep. 12: Shweta Shalini

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

We have as our guest today, Shweta Shalini, Official Bharatiya Janata Party spokesperson, advisor to the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. In the first half of the episode we deep dive into Rashmirathi, a striking poetry centred around the life of Karna, in the epic Mahabharata.

In the second half we also discuss Karma Yoga by Swami Vivekanada, Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, Secret by Rhonda Bryne and Blue Ocean Strategy by Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne.
Our conversation with Shweta Shalini reflects on the valuable lessons of unconditional love, loyalty, leadership as stated in the Mahabharata. How every action has a reaction and we must bear the consequences of our actions, How her father has been a great inspiration in her life and how we need to find the blue strip of ocean in the red ocean of competitors.

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Ep. 11: Dr. Marcus Ranney

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

We have as our guest today, Dr. Marcus Ranney, General Manager at Thrive Global, anInitiative by Huffington Post. In the first half of the podcast we deep dive into Homo Deus byYuval Noah Harari and our interaction with Prof. Harari during his visit to Mumbai.

In the second half we also discuss A brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking, Extremes by Dr. Kevin Fong, Inner Engineering by Sadhguru and Famous People’s Famous Speeches.

In the conversation with Dr. Ranney, we discussed his experience as a medical officer at NASA and the Royal Air Force, his immense love for fitness and well being, his interactions with Sadhguru and his take on spirituality. And Yes! How he won the Guiness Book of World Record for backwards running.

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Ep. 10: R. Sridhar

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

We have as our guest today, Mr. R. Sridhar, Author of 'Unlock The Real Power of Ideation' which we deep dive into for the first half of the podcast.

In the second half we also discuss Obvious Adams by Robert Updegraf, Zen and The Art of Making a Living by Laurence G Boldt, Creativity Inc. by Ed Catmull and Measure what Matters by John Doerr.

Our conversation with Mr. Sridhar focuses on Creativity. How one must measure our KRA’s and immediate goals to reach our bigger objective, how a good team can make a mediocre idea better as opposed to a mediocre team that can ruin a great idea and how analysis presupposes thinking.

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Ep. 09: Katie Bagli, Author of 'The Mysterious Lovables'

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

We have as our guest today, Katie Bagli, Author of The Mysterious Lovables and other such children’s books. In this episode we deep dive into her book, discussing her love for nature and passion for the wild.

In the second half we also discuss The Less Liked Lovables by Katie Bagli, A book of Simple Living by Ruskin Bond, My family and other animals by Gerald Durell, Man Eaters of Kumaon by Jim Corbett.

Although Katie writes fiction books, these tales come with a hidden moral around the beauty and magnanimity of the Wild. Our conversation with her reflects on how the human mind is conditioned to believe that certain animals like the snake, lizard, owls, bats are harmful or unlucky, how mankind needs to co-exist with nature and its wilderness without encroaching into their territory, her love for trees and more.

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Ep. 08: Anjali Raina

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.
We have as our guest today, Mrs. Anjali Raina, Executive Director at Harvard Business School. In this episode we deep dive into the book Play to Win by Larry Wilson. In the second half we also discuss How Will You Measure Your Life by Clayton Christensen, The Opposable Mind by Roger Martin, Imagining India by Nandan Nilekani and Trust by Tarun Khanna.

Our conversation with Mrs. Raina reflects on timeless concepts narrating how life is often played to not lose rather than to win, the paradox of meaningful relationships, integrative thinking, re- imagining India and building trust in existing business structures.

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Ep. 07: Tara Khandelwal

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

We have as our guest today, Tara Khandelwal, Editor, Writer and Founder of BOUND. In this episode we deep dive into the book Creative Habit by Twyla Tharp. In the second half we also discuss Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi, The Art of Happiness by Dalai Lama, Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert and Lust for Life, a biography on Vincent Van Gogh.

Our conversation with her reflects on making creativity a habit, nature vs nurture, the profound meaning of life and death, change being the only constant, letting fears co-exist with passion and the battle against loneliness.

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Follow Tara on twitter @tarakh489

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Ep. 06: Diksha Dwivedi

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project- Ep 6

Diksha Dwivedi, Author of Letters from Kargil, a book that speaks about the martyrs of Kargil war including her beloved father Late. C.B. Dwivedi , deep dives into her book for the first half of the podcast.

Our conversation with Diksha, included stories of bravery, love and leadership by martyrs like Major Adhikari, the fact that the biggest leaps in progress are vertical not horizontal, the secret and law of attraction and how man has evolved over time and in hindsight history is unpredictable.

To know more about the books we discussed, listen in to the podcast.

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Available on Amazon and all major bookstores and retailers.
'Letters From Kargil: The Kargil war through our soldiers' eyes":
https://www.amazon.in/Letters-Kargil-through-soldiers-eyes/dp/9386228432

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Ep. 05: Shveta Raina

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Welcome to Episode 5 of Paperback.

On this episode Shveta Raina, CEO of Talerang, deep dives into HBR’s 10 Best Reads on Managing Yourself, for the first half of the podcast.

Our conversation with her reflects on how a founder of a company can drive the organisation positively or negatively, how Talerang has imbibed feedback analysis in their work culture, how co-founders should divide their roles and duties but work towards a common goal, how to take initial risks and how CRAZY is a Compliment!

To know more about the books we discussed, listen in to the podcast.

You can find more details about The Open Library Project on www.openlibrary.in

Ep. 04: Ambi Parameswaran

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project- Ep 4

Mr. Ambi Parameswaran, Author of Sponge: Leadership Lessons I learnt from my clients, deep dives into his book, for the first half of the podcast.

Our conversation with Mr. Parameswaran included leadership lessons that he learnt over 2 decades working at FCB Ulka, his interviews with stalwarts like Ratan Tata, Aziz Pemji amongst others and what the abbreviation SPONGE really stands for.

To know more about the books we discussed, listen in to the podcast.

Also stay tuned to listen to a snippet of our conversation with funnyman Cyrus Broacha when we were on his podcast 'Cyrus Says'. FInd the complete episode here: https://ivm.today/CS-327

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https://amzn.to/2EIkd9u

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Ep. 03: Dr. Swati & Swaraa Lodha

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project- Ep 3

Dr. Swati and Swaraa Lodha, a mother-daughter duo and also the authors of the book “54 Reasons Why Parents Suck", deep dive into their book which aims to decode the parent-child relationship.

Our conversation with them reflects on parenting as a role, concepts like Hindsight Bias, Parent, Adult, Child ego states, learned optimism and the fear of regret i.e. fear of failure which dissuades most entrepreneurs from taking risks.

To know more about the books we discussed, listen in to the podcast.

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Available on Amazon and all major bookstores and retailers.

54 Reasons why Parents Suck and Phew! - Dr. Swati and Swaraa Lodha

Ep. 02: Raj Raman, Author of The SMElting Cauldron

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

Raj Raman, CEO of MarketSpan Consultants and Author of The Smelting Cauldron, deep dives into his book for the first half of the podcast.

Mr. Raman speaks about 18 industry accounts in this book, of which we’ve touched upon taxing times, debts and don'ts, and the cash 22 situation which is, as you rightly guessed, to do with cash flow and other such challenges faced by Indian SMEs.

To know more about the books we discussed, listen in to the podcast.

You can order Raj Raman's book here: https://amzn.to/2UCFnLE

You can find more details about The Open Library Project on www.openlibrary.in

Ep. 01: Apurva Damani, Director at Artha India Ventures

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Welcome to Paperback by The Open Library Project.

A glimpse of 50 years of advertising in 15 minutes!

Apurva Damani, Group Director of Artha India Ventures, speaks at length about Nawabs, Nudes and Noodles by Ambi Parameswaran.

Our conversation with Apurva takes us through various topics, starting with a nostalgic view of the Indian Advertising industry through the ages, moving on to music, and eventually even the science of space and space travel.

To know more about the books we discussed, listen in to the podcast.

You can find more details about The Open Library Project on www.openlibrary.in"

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