Collaboration over competition is the mantra of successful conscious entrepreneurship. If you agree with this thought process, then you’ll like this episode of The Feel Good Factor. The conversation touches on various topics, including:
- Dealing with plagiarism
- Building a supportive tribe
- Being confident in your authentic voice
- And so much more
Whether you’re an entrepreneur, artist, content creator, or just someone who resonates with the idea of ethical collaboration, this smoothly flowing conversation between Rheea Mukherjee, Samyukta Kartik and me is sure to inspire ideas. It’ll also evoke faith in a new business paradigm and uplift you.
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Rheea Rodrigues Mukherjee is a Bangalore based writer. Her writing, advocacy and workshops work at the intersections of gender, social justice, animal rights, mental health, and sexuality. She is the author of The Body Myth. And was shortlisted for the TATA Literature Live First Book Award 2019. She co-founded Bangalore Writers Workshop in 2012, and currently co-runs Write Leela Write, a Design and Content Creation Lab.
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Samyukta Kartik is a vegan culinary artist and chef, based in Auroville. As the founder of India’s first ever vegan e-learning culinary academy – Yume Culinary – she seeks to educate people around the world on the vast creative scope of plant-based cuisine. As well as all the dots that connect between animal rights, health & wellness, the environment, and what’s on our plates. Having trained with highly experienced chefs at Matthew Kenney’s culinary academy in Barcelona, she is a raw foods specialist who always has some exciting fermentation experiment up her sleeve!
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Rheea: “Do you know how abundant The Universe is in terms of people? There are types of people, and there’s sub kinds of people. And there are a million opportunities existing at all times. But what you need to be able to do is align with who you are, and be comfortable in that.”
Sam: “Everyone just kind of has their own unique skills to offer. You just have to keep doing what you’re good at and not get into comparisons. Think of each little business as a different fruit…And it’s so nice, the power of collaboration, you come together and just make amazing smoothies.”Rheea Mukherjee and Samyukta Kartik – The Feel Good Factor with Susmitha Veganosaurus
Transcript (edited for better reading experience)
Work in progress.
Transcribed by Otter.