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English, Finance, 1 season, 18 episodes, 8 hours, 10 minutes
Have you always wondered what it takes to make an Idea go from ok to amazing? To go from Idea to Exit? What are the trends shaping India today, and how can we take the lessons from Silicon Valley and apply them at scale? We created Halo Drop to build a community of amazing entrepreneurs, investors, family offices, hustlers, and change agents. We want you to be inspired to learn, build, and become successful! We spend countless hours researching the top trends in India and America to bubble up the macro trends, find amazing companies, and share actionable tips for you to get started. This isn’t just a show for you to listen in on, we want you to participate and build. Visit for more information.
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Sustainable Fashion, the Popularity of Podcasting & Mental Health Support

How sustainable are your fashion choices? With all the insanity happening across the world right now, what can you do to play your part in consuming clothes that respect the planet?“As eco-conscious consumers realize the environmental toll of fast fashion, there's an increased focus on making clothes that are better for the planet. This can be using less resource intensive manufacturing processes, committing to recycled or sustainable materials, designing more durable fabrics, and even creating markets for clothing resale.”The audio app space has been booming in India. India has about 150 million daily listeners. They’re the third largest podcast market after the US and China, and they're growing at 50% annually. In fact, the majority of our listeners are from India!While listening to podcasts is a great way to escape mentally, the third and probably most important topic we discuss on this episode is companies set up to support mental health. Following the year we’ve just had, the demand for mental health services has risen exponentially.“The mental health market will probably be worth around $250 billion by 2027. So there's a lot of room to grow here.”Finally, we discuss trading baseball cards on Stock X, creating your own Avatar and the importance of stretching your calves out via a wooden slant box. This episode is jam packed full of great Indian companies you should check out. Download and listen today. On today’s podcast: Sustainable fast fashion brands The audio app space Taking care of your mental health Trading baseball cards Stretching your calves Links: The August Company No Nasties North Mist KuKu FM Pocket FM Mind House Stock X
7/8/202114 minutes, 25 seconds
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Applying Lessons Learned from Football to the Business World with San Francisco 49er, Jerry Rice

We are super excited for this episode of Halo Drop. At the start of the pandemic we hosted an amazing conversation with American football player, Jerry Rice, who imparted a wealth of wisdom gleaned during his time both on and off the football field.“I never thought I would get drafted and go on to live the ultimate dream of playing professional football. You know, a guy out of Mississippi who goes to Mississippi Valley State University and gets drafted by the greatest team ever: The San Francisco 49ers.”Jerry is a Hall of Famer, was a part of three winning Super Bowl teams and holds over 100 NFL records. Today he’s the CEO and founder of GOAT Fuel (Greatest Of All Time). “You're not always going to win. But it's like, what do you do when you don't? And that's when I think you realize that you have to be tougher, you gotta be stronger. You have to be able to fight through adversity.”In this episode, Jerry shares his journey from football dream to reality, the power of working together as a team, winning the Super Bowl three times, why losing makes you stronger, how to prepare mentally and physically for greatness and longevity, and why the GOAT mindset is for everyone. “I'll do what others won't, so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can’t. That's what I'm all about. That's what I did in football. I always tell people to love what you do, and always give 100%.”On today’s podcast: From football dream to reality Winning and losing the Super Bowl Why fear of failure is his biggest motivator The importance of leading by example Fueling the GOAT mindset Links: Jerry Rice
6/24/202143 minutes, 16 seconds
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Venktesh Shukla - Becoming One Of Silicon Valley’s Most Active Angel Investors

If you’re an Indian entrepreneur or you're thinking about founding a startup in India, don’t miss Venktesh Shukla this week on Halo Drop. Venk is a general partner in Monta Vista Capital, a VC company focused on seed stage B2B companies, bringing a hands-on operational approach to the first years of a company's life.As President of TiE, a nonprofit that exists to promote wealth creation through entrepreneurship, Venk presides over one of the most powerful networks focused on technology startups in Silicon Valley. Venk is also the founding chair and active member of the TiE angels, one of the most active angel investor groups in the Valley.“In those 3 years that the group invested in 25 companies, I wrote only 5 checks, but those 5 companies turned out to be the best of those 25, and nobody else in that 100% investor group got those 5 right.”Venk is also involved in Startup India, an initiative designed to make it easier to startup, fund and grow a company in India.“I used to write extensively, criticising [startup] policies in newspapers in India. The government thought that the best way for them to prevent me from writing all these things is to bring me inside.”In this latest episode, Venk shares his incredible journey: from his boyhood dream of being an engineer, to coming to the US for his MBA. How he became Teradyne’s most successful sales person having never sold before. Why he became a VC. How he became involved in Startup India. Why having a wide network of people is invaluable. And how meditation gets his head back in the game. “I sit down and try to figure out where I want to be two years from today. That frames how I should be spending my time today. What do I want to see happen in two years from today, and then work backwards from there.”On today’s podcast: Finding product market fit Becoming a TiE angel The advantage of being a distributed company Startup India His advice for new entrepreneurs  Links: Venktesh Shukla @vshukl Steve Blank - The Four Steps To The Epiphany Bertrand Russell - In Praise Of Idleness Ries & Trout - Positioning
6/10/202140 minutes, 35 seconds
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3D Printers, DTC Brands & Hydration Multipliers

The longer we’re all working from home, the more we figure out how to be self-sufficient, and one thing that’s becoming increasingly popular is 3D printing, in particular, printing things at home. In fact, you can even 3D print your new home if you want.“There's a bunch of interesting new startups that are 3D printing houses, where they'll prefab all of it, pre-print it and then essentially move an entire house to wherever the location you want to build it is.”DTC brands are really shaking up the marketplace right now. By going direct to consumers, they’re cutting out the middleman and one thing that makes them super successful, is they are creating a community around the brand too, building awareness and encouraging advocacy. “Live Tinted is a beauty brand started in the US and it’s basically beauty products that are catered towards tinted skin. One of the amazing things they've done is built this really powerful community across social media that is driving all their success.”Finally, if you're looking for a hydration multiplier, try Liquid IV. You can also find a hydration multiplier with immune support, there’s another with energy, and another to help you sleep. Don’t miss this latest episode of Halo Drop, it’s eclectic, educational and cheeky in all the right places. On today’s podcast: 3D printing Jinx dog food Gender neutral perfume The rise of DTC brands Hydration multipliers Links: 3Dexter Think Jinx Mamaearth Live Tinted Liquid IV
5/27/202113 minutes, 11 seconds
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The Rise of Athleisure Wear

Getting back to in-person meetings after a year of working from home means having to find clothes that aren’t athleisure wear and ‘proper shoes’. We’ve become so accustomed to wearing sweats day in and day out, it’s tough setting them aside. “In India we've seen the rise of athleisure outfits by over 1500% over the last year. And as you guys pointed out, Amazon searches for men's loungewear have increased by over 1100% as well.”From athleisure brands, to Peloton sleep meditations, to ASMR meditation, to our increasing energy consumption, today’s episode of Halo Drop discusses pertinent topics of interest from the last week.On today’s podcast: The rise of athleisure  Forge clear ice system Links:Forge » FirstBuild
5/13/202112 minutes, 26 seconds
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Peter Pham - The Entrepreneurial Journey To Science Inc.

We are thrilled to chat with serial entrepreneur Peter Pham, one of L.A.’s most prominent early-stage investors and the co-founder of Science Inc. For those not in the know, Science Inc. is a Santa Monica startup studio and early-stage venture fund that manages over $100 million and recently launched a $310.5 million SPAC (they’re also behind Dollar Shave Club).“You know what you’re going to get with me, you're going to get a neurotic person who's passionate beyond belief. You want me on your team.”As an operator, Peter grew Photobucket to become the largest photo sharing site in 2007, exiting to Myspace for $300 million. He repeated that success as a co-founder and CEO of BillShrink, which was acquired by MasterCard. But how did he start out, what shaped him as a kid to become the preeminent VC he is today?“I think what shaped me in terms of growing up, not having anything and the classic American dream. No one’s gonna give it to me, I’m gonna go earn it, work my ass off. I had three jobs to pay for college, as a waiter.”He spent 9 years jumping between 13 different enterprise software companies, but his advice for wannabe entrepreneurs today is this: “Go work at a startup, pick it up, try different things and just be the motivated person who's willing to learn and do whatever it takes, and don't get sucked into titles.”From finding your superpower, to founding Photobucket, BillShrink and Color, to choosing a co-founder, the qualities he looks for when he meets a founder, to the ideal company he’s looking for. “Across all three categories for us, it's mobile, marketplaces, and consumer brands, those are the types of companies we're looking for.”If you’re an entrepreneur, you don’t want to miss this. Download and listen now. On today’s podcast:His journey to entrepreneur Find your superpower Founding Science Inc. What makes a desirable founder Miami vs LA vs Austin vs Bay Area Links: Peter Pham Science Inc.
4/29/202143 minutes, 5 seconds
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Virtual Events, Clean Cosmetics, Drones & Surveillance

Restrictions are slowly beginning to lift, the vaccine is being rolled out both in the US and across the world, but that doesn’t mean we’re going to go right back to how we were pre-pandemic. Virtual events are likely to be an ongoing feature of life as we know it, for the foreseeable future at least. “With revenue totaling over $330 million in 2019, Zoom expects a total revenue of over $620 million by the end of fiscal year 2020. With such growth and further uncertainty ahead regarding the pandemic and working from home, there's definitely an opportunity for competitors to enter the market.”In today’s episode of Halo Drop, we discuss the rise of virtual events, from conferences and trade shows, to virtual workouts and cooking classes, before jumping into clean cosmetics, drone technology and surveillance.“Drones are a $23 billion industry right now. And it's going to double in the next five years. So 2025, you're looking at a $42 billion industry, which is pretty, pretty amazing.”Finally, love him or hate, you’ve gotta check out Dave Portnoy’s Barstool Fund (link below). Someone on Twitter challenged him to put his money where his mouth is and help raise funds for struggling restaurants. To date he’s raised over $32m, in under two months, from 200,000 people and supported close to 200 different businesses.On today’s podcast: Virtual events and conferences Drone technology and surveillance Indian video conferencing companies Clean cosmetics The Barstool Fund Links: New Yorker Suspends Jeffrey Toobin for Masturbating on Zoom Call China takes surveillance to new heights with flock of robotic Doves, but do they come in peace? Hosts TwitterVishal - - - SocialTwitter
4/14/202115 minutes, 30 seconds
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Managing Your Work From Home Life

As more and more people have to work from home, there have been pluses and minuses across the board. Whether you’ve embraced it or not, the general feeling is that productivity has increased with everyone being at home. That’s great news for the companies, not so much for the workers. Productivity has increased because people can work longer hours because they aren’t having to do two hour commutes, they aren’t taking breaks, they aren’t socializing. And while increased productivity translates to increased revenue for companies, it also increases instances of burnout. Which begs the question - what happens when we move into the next phase and people can start to go out again? How does it affect productivity? And how can startups who don’t have the luxury of a large HR department, manage output?“In China, you have the idea of 996, which is you work from 9am to 9pm, six days a week. That is something that a lot of people talk about. To some degree, I feel like the West is now starting to feel that pressure.” Finally, in the company section we discuss top Indian startups on the disfold list, and in the tips section we recommend some awesome books. Another fantastic episode and we are only three into the series!On today’s podcast How to work from home The impact of WFH on creativity Asian culture of 6 day work weeks Managing camaraderie over Zoom The top 30 Indian startups TikTok doesn’t exist in India Links: InMobi Pipe Dream With Your Eyes Open Billion Dollar Loser Hosts TwitterVishal - - - SocialTwitter
4/1/202117 minutes, 22 seconds
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Vishal Gondal: The Father Of Indian Gaming On Preventative Health

We are hugely excited to welcome Vishal Gondal onto Halo Drop. Vishal is an Indian entrepreneur and angel investor. Vishal founded his first company, IndiaGames, at the tender age of 16, a company that was later acquired by the Walt Disney Company. Following his success with IndiaGames, Vishal launched Sweat and Blood Venture group in 2008, to invest in startups at seed level, to help build out youth and entrepreneurship in India. He launched his most recent company, GOQii, in 2014, a fitness technology company, focused on preventative healthcare“I had absolutely no idea about valuation stock, liquidation preference, I mean, all these complex things, which people talk about right now, in the whole world of startups and venture capital, I only knew one thing, I knew how to build products.”And that’s how the father of Indian gaming has the edge in the preventative healthcare space, and it’s the idea behind GOQii - using gaming to motivate people to think about preventative healthcare. From starting in the gaming realm, to approaching Pepsi, hiring underdogs to work at IndiaGames, to founding GOQii, this is a fascinating interview with the guy who modestly says ‘I just build the products’. So how is he so wildly successful? “I figured out the problem in the business of health and wellness and fitness is not the lack of apps or devices, or gyms or diets. The fundamental problem is people lack motivation. And the other problem is engagement.”To find out more, subscribe and follow Halo Drop wherever you get your podcasts. On today’s podcast: Getting into the gaming realm Raising investment for IndiaGames The preventative healthcare space Scale and growth of GOQii What entrepreneurs can learn from spirituality Links: Vishal Gondal GOQii Book - The Bhagavad Gita Hosts TwitterVishal - - - SocialTwitter
3/18/202148 minutes, 55 seconds
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How To Augment Your Healthcare With Alternative Medicine

Welcome back to another jam packed episode of Halo Drop. Today in the ‘what’s keeping everyone refreshed and reset section’, we’re talking about mental health burnout, and how to stay sane. Quite literally, what works for us to bring us back into ourselves when the stress levels are rising. “We have two lives. And the second begins when we realize we only have one.”From going for walks, to following the 10/10 rule, finding your anchor is key to relieving stress. And the reason we might want to relieve stress? We spend over $1 trillion on healthcare annually. Just knowing that’s enough to make you want to think about preventative medicine, right?There’s a wealth of tech available to help you live a more healthy life, such as a continuous glucose monitor that tells you whether your diet is healthy. And then there are the alternative medicine companies in the health and wellness space, dealing with the surge in mental health cases that have emerged with the ongoing pandemic. “Alternative medicines exist everywhere in the world. These can be everything from vitamins and supplements, to acupuncture, to specific kinds of massages, you know, really trying to augment what normal health would be.”From the app that delivers customized self help and provides digital therapy, to the clinic providing online chat support and call sessions, to the startup that’s created AI chatbots for mental health. We discuss the places you might want to turn to, outside of standard healthcare.On today’s podcast: Mental health burnout & how to recalibrate The cost of healthcare The benefits of continuous glucose monitors Alternative medicine startups  AI chatbots for mental health Celebrity workout apps Links:www.replika.aiHosts TwitterVishal - - - SocialTwitter
3/11/202112 minutes, 37 seconds
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Vertical Farming, Agricultural Sensors & The Sleep Industry

Welcome to another episode of Halo Drop, this one’s a real eclectic mix for you. We’ve got everything from vertical farming at home, to agricultural sensors, to the best startup Indian mattress companies. But first - what can you do to not be dependent on the supply chain? You can start by growing your own foods, in vertical farming. “Lettuce and basil are super easy to grow, I started growing tomatoes and have been growing them for two months… The tomatoes you grow at home are a lot more robust and different than what you get in the store. What's in a grocery store is genetically modified to be exactly what people want.”Next, as we're moving and shifting into this always connected, always on world, how do you get all this data collected faster and easier? Sensors are the answer. And what is going to be the new use case for these things? One is agricultural tech. “There's this big push now towards agriculture. There's a bunch of companies that are trying to really figure out how do you sense how your farm or your produce is doing, so you can then further optimize it?”Another is startups offering sleep solutions online. “The mattress industry was worth over $27 billion in 2017. And it's going to reach over $43 billion in 2024.”To find out more, don’t miss this latest installment of Halo Drop!On today’s podcast: Vertical farming Agricultural sensors Sleep industry The fish that ate the whale Gold Belly Links: Wink and Nod Casper Cultyvate The fish that ate the whale - Rich Cohen Gold Belly Hosts TwitterVishal - - - SocialTwitter
3/4/202112 minutes, 55 seconds
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Mason Borda - Using Digital Assets As A Growth Strategy

“Why do I take risks? I think I just get into different rabbit holes, and I just get really interested and I just start going down that path and just do what's interesting to me, what's exciting, and that's sort of how I landed in the crypto space.”If you want to know what the price of Bitcoin is going to be in five years, don’t miss this incredibly special episode with Mason Borda that was recorded live on Clubhouse. It was so good, we couldn’t not share it with Halo Drop listeners!“In five years? Well, it seems to go up about 10X every three years. So I'll just extrapolate that out. And so in five years, it will probably be, I don't know. $500 600k ish, maybe.”Mason began his career at technology companies such as Boeing, SSL and Broadcom before entering the digital asset space in 2013, designing and building the infrastructure for dollar based blockchain. In 2014, he co-founded payroll automation company, Payroll Integrations, whose clients today compromise 14% of the US 401k market. In 2016, he built the first commercially viable custody solution on ethereum blockchain. And now, as CEO of Tokensoft, Mason guides the team in business strategy, business development and market planning. “Master how to build things really quickly, get them to market, if you can, just get them out there and launch them as a product. Maybe get them in the news, get people talking about it, then you can actually see if they get traction or they don't get traction. Latch on to the things that do get traction. That [is] how to start a startup.”From taking risks, to starting a startup, how crypto works, the fundamental concepts of blockchain, wrapped assets, even buying a Tesla with bitcoin, this is an unmissable deep dive into the world of crypto for anyone seeking to use digital assets as a growth strategy. On today’s podcast: Entering the crypto space How to start a startup How crypto works The fundamental concepts of blockchain Buying a Tesla with bitcoin Security tokens Links:Buying Tesla with bitcoinHosts TwitterVishal - - - SocialTwitter
2/25/20211 hour, 5 minutes, 5 seconds
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All About Indian Startups with Cross Border Venture Capital Attorney, Shantanu Surpure

For founders in India thinking about fundraising, incubators and accelerators, to venture capitalists looking for new deals and opportunities to invest in, this is an episode not to be missed.We are so excited to have Shantanu Surpure on the show today. Shantanu is a partner at Inventus Law, and is a US, UK and India admitted corporate lawyer with broad experience on cross border legal matters. He has experience in representing venture capital, private equity funds, emerging growth companies, family offices and entrepreneurs in corporate m&a, venture capital, and financings across the world.Many of the sectors that he focuses on include technology, mobile, media, internet, financial technologies, and renewable energies. He’s also a co-founder of the Mumbai Angels, India’s leading angel investment group. “One of the big things is thinking about the history of investments in India. Last year in 2020, there was anywhere between two and $5 billion in investment in venture capital investment into Indian startups.”From how Shantanu came to practise law between India and Silicon Valley, to creating an ecosystem that can support these startups, to how founders should be thinking about equity distribution and where they should incorporate, India or the US. This episode is jam packed full of useful information and top tips for startup founders in India. Don’t miss it.  “The other thing that really propelled Silicon Valley is that you have exits of these large companies, whether it's Airbnb, etc, where you then spawn people who have had exits, and now have capital, who will then invest into other startups. And that is a very important trigger for the ecosystem to continue. And that's starting to happen in India.” On today’s podcast: Foreign venture capital investors in India The startup ecosystem Where to incorporate, the US or India Common pitfalls for Indian startups Crypto blockchain and FinTech The Mumbai Angels Who owns your data Links: Shantanu Surpure Hosts TwitterVishal - - - SocialTwitter
2/18/202139 minutes, 34 seconds
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Naveen Tewari - InMobi The Next Decacorn

On today’s episode we are super excited to chat to our mentor and inspiration, Naveen Tewari, the awe-inspiring Indian entrepreneur, founder and CEO of InMobi, a global provider of enterprise platforms for marketers.“If you are somebody who is able to see the patterns, then you'll do well, by the way, but if you are able to actually break the pattern, then you’ll do exceptionally well.”Naveen’s entrepreneurial journey is a notable one, having started his career as a business analyst with McKinsey and Company before studying for an MBA at Harvard Business School, where he was awarded the Dean's Award for exceptional leadership and contribution. Along with Abhay Singhal, Amit Gupta and Mohit Saxena, (‘The Boys with PowerPoint’), they started their first business, mKhoj, an SMS search engine, which failed shortly after launch. Undeterred, they pivoted the business, before pivot was even a term, to a mobile advertising and technology platform - InMobi. “If you're not optimistic about it, there is no way it's going to happen. Unfortunately, or fortunately, we're trying to do things which most people when they would look at it say, ‘You're crazy to try and do this, and it's not going to happen’.”From the personality traits of an entrepreneur and what it takes to have the tenacity to be successful, to how he remains optimistic and happy, and why his family thought he was crazy to launch a startup. The frameworks they used to pivot from mKhoj to InMobi, why he invests in his people, hiring internally 90% of the time to create a high performing culture, and his tips for other entrepreneurs looking to follow in his footsteps. “The way I think about this is very simple. You know, if I'm going to spend the majority of my life working, I want to do that with people that I want to hang around with.”This incredibly in depth episode is jam-packed full of insight from the Indian version of the PayPal mafia. Miss it at your peril. On today’s podcast: How to stay optimistic Raising finance for InMobi Creating an environment of innovation The future of InMobi Why he’s not in the space race Links: LinkedIn - Naveen Tewari InMobi Twitter - @NaveenTewari Hosts TwitterVishal - - - SocialTwitter
2/11/202157 minutes, 44 seconds
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Wellness And The Re-Imagined Experience Economy

With almost all of us working remotely, from home, a situation that isn’t likely to change in the near future, we’re rooting for a vaccine, to enable us to get back to normal. But a vaccine program is going to take 2-3 years to be rolled out fully, with first world countries getting the vaccine first, then third world countries. And it’s not just a single vaccine, you need one shot, then a booster. So with that in mind, today we’re talking about wellness and rethinking experiences. More and more of us are turning to nature for an escape from the confines of home, but with travel curtailed, how can we connect with the wilderness, without really leaving home?“How do you reconnect to nature? That's something that as a macro trend has been fascinating… You're basically trying to simplify your current experiences and almost changing your mindset versus having to actually travel somewhere.”And it's not just nature experiences we’re after, we want wellness experiences too. From disconnecting from your phone to camping in your backyard, creation and destruction experiences to watching cooking shows. “There is a visceral appeal to seeing something go from raw material into a finished product.”Elsewhere, the companies we’ve been looking at this week include male grooming products and plant based companies. And our top tip? Make fermented beet juice. Don’t miss all of this and more, on this week’s episode of Halo Drop. On today’s podcast: Rethinking experiences in light of COVID The appeal of creation and destruction Male grooming products The rise of plant based companies  Fermented beet juice Sleep optimization without an Oura Ring Links: The Man Company Moonstone Hammock The Unhotel Co. Gooddot Soft Spot Foods Sanzo Hosts TwitterVishal - - - SocialTwitter
2/4/202116 minutes, 51 seconds
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Digital Fitness, Interior Design & E-Commerce

What has been keeping us up at night? Well, lately, it’s been fitness. Fitness and working out makes us happy, it gives us a chance to disconnect from our otherwise chaotic days. But during the last year, what with being stuck at home and gyms closed, we’ve had to find new ways to get our sweat on. “So we started off early last year, doing a lot of these zoom workouts and trying to be all diligent about doing every floor exercise humanly possible. There's a couple of things that I look for working out-wise, and I'm trying to figure out how to recreate that from a digital aspect.”The main issue of working out at home, is a lack of accountability. There are plenty of great home workout options from Peloton to Tempo, for example.“The challenge for me is, how do you create accountability when you're working out from home? And how do you recreate the energy of that room or atmosphere with people around you to push you to go harder, further, faster?”Elsewhere, we discuss interior design and developments in the e-com world and finally, we share our love for Ewan McGregor’s motorcycle journeys, a fantastic way to enjoy a spot of escapism, while trapped at home. On today’s podcast: Digital fitness workouts Accountability in working out at home The Halo Drop award Interior design companies Developments in e-commerce Long Way Down Links: Peloton Tempo Tread  GOQii BioRomper Hosts TwitterVishal - - - SocialTwitter
2/4/202119 minutes, 18 seconds
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Dealing With Death During Covid

With so much great stuff happening, you could be forgiven for not wanting to talk about death. But you should not put off dealing with death. How do you prepare for death? What do you think about death? This is the topic of today’s conversation. What should you leave behind for loved ones? What will your legacy look like?“I think one of the things is we don't as a society, we don't talk about it [death] enough. We don't think about it enough. And we kind of stumble upon it when it's thrown upon us.”And right now, in the midst of the COVID crisis, we are having to deal with death on a near daily basis. So what can you do when you can’t follow your traditional rituals? When the people you would ordinarily turn to for advice and guidance during these difficult times aren’t available? In the companies section of the podcast we talk about the wealth of amazing companies, apps and online resources we’ve found that make the whole dealing with death process much more manageable. And in the top tips section we discuss, where you can find a friend using AI, and the benefits of the Oura Ring. It’s a jam packed episode, make sure you have a pen and paper to hand!On today’s podcast: Death logistics in the US and India The virtual celebration of life Preset therapy and celebration sessions Startups in the deathcare space Guruji on demand Links: Guruji on demand Oura Ring Hosts TwitterVishal - - - SocialTwitter
1/21/202116 minutes, 21 seconds
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Introducing Halo Drop

Introducing Halo Drop, launching January 2021. For more information, visit https://www.halodrop.fmHosts TwitterVishal - - - SocialTwitter
12/17/20201 minute, 17 seconds