CL138: How To Find Your Purpose In Life – Interview with Geeta Nadkarni

Geeta Nadkarni

Geeta got her first paid (and international) writing gig at age 12 and in the more than two decades since, she’s worked for the CBC, CNN, Reader’s Digest, Asia Pacific Broadcasting (and more) producing print, TV, radio and new media. She currently contributes to Inc, Entrepreneur, and Huffington Post. Geeta was voted “Best TV Personality” by the readers of the Montreal Mirror and has been featured in the Montreal Book of Everything. She is the founder of Baby Got Booked, an online course designed to help visionary entrepreneurs use uncommon PR strategies to create exponential growth in their companies. Her students have grown six- and seven-figure businesses often in their first 12 – 18 months by learning how to get in front of millions of their ideal prospects and then leverage that media exposure for fun and profit.

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In this episode, we cover:

  • Being a storyteller
  • Why your gift may not be your life purpose
  • Asking great questions
  • Children are curiosity poured into shoes
  • Opening and closing loops
  • Golden seed clients
  • Jesse Itzler
  • Sara Blakely
  • Indian men and fake wedding rings
  • Physualizing
  • Storytelling as a means to an end
  • Helping people be more possible
  • Starting a movement
  • Do what you can’t – Casey Neistat
  • Be More Possible
  • Falling in love with the process

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