Figuring Out with Raj Shamani

The PROBLEM With Indian Society ft. Daksh Tyagi | Figuring Out EP 26

March 11, 2022 Raj Shamani
Figuring Out with Raj Shamani
The PROBLEM With Indian Society ft. Daksh Tyagi | Figuring Out EP 26
Show Notes

In this Podcast-

  1. Why don’t we question things even when we know something is wrong?
  2. When did we started putting men above women?
  3. What are the questions one should ask themselves before choosing the right candidate as their leader?
  4. How to stay away from people who follow the herd and affect your opinion?

Timestamps:

00:00 - Intro

00:24 - Nation of Idiots

04:00 - Truth Behind  Racial Attack in Australia 

11:18 - The Unknown Need of Indians

13:45 - Indians Don’t Question Much

23:41 - When Did We Start Putting Men Over Women?

26:00 - Problem With our Generation

31:55 - Easiest way to Make People Follow You

33:25 - How Indians Choose Their Political Leaders?

40:48 - How to Avoid Idiots?

43:26 - Outro

In today's episode of Figuring Out, we have Daksh Tyagi with us. Daksh is the author of “A Nation of Idiots” and “Tripping Abroad”. 

This first book is gonna give you an understanding of Indians at heart, like why do we follow certain rules without even questioning for once. It’s a must-read for entrepreneurs, businessmen in India because they’ll get to know their potential customers/ clients very well.

The second book is about a student through the thick and thin, but mostly thin, of his experience abroad.

Daksh was there in Australia when the racist attacks took place, but he shares that it is not completely true. And it is a classic case of isolating facts and exaggerating them, by Indian media.

We will be having a discussion on topics like not treating women the same way and how to choose your political leaders

Daksh will also share his experience of writing these books.

Do  listen to the audio till the very end!

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