Chief Pfaffing Officer at the Himalayan Writing Retreat


Holding the attention of an audience is an art. It starts with understanding who your audience is. As my friend Senthil says, “Starting a talk without knowing your audience is like starting a love letter with “To whom it may concern””.

But even after you have understood your audience, it takes much effort to craft a great message, which is relevant, funny, and insightful.

Way too many people expect this expertise to be offered free. I’ve done many of those, but now I prefer working with people who truly value the effort & expertise and are willing to pay for it.

You can see some of my talks are shared below. To get in touch with me, please fill out this form.

A fun 4 minute talk about moving to the mountains at WPP Stream Asia
TEDx Talk: Why getting laid off can be a good thing
Speaking at HCL Tech about the experience of writing a book in Jail .

To connect for a speaking assignment, please click here.