And now that I have been making these creative expressions into podcasts, what cast for last nine months, I’ve seen that they have come up with the most creative, most different, unique ideas by themselves.
Once we got the hang of podcasting, I, I decided. first we started with Brainstorm because Brainstorm, the kid’s podcast, is about integrating very well with the format of my creative writing and public speaking, because it gave the children a very safe audio platform to express themselves.
They don’t have to be on a visual medium. It’s an audio medium, which is very safe for children to put their ideas out there. That was the whole intent of starting Brainstorm. And the second podcast is UNstoppable by Nidhi, which is a woman’s podcast.
Oftentimes we see that important issues that affect women are highlighted during women’s history month, equal Bailey women’s day, or this is the gender gap. This is what’s happened with domestic violence this year, all these topics just come out on particular days or particular months in a year.
And I really wanted to bring them to the front because I wanted to start conversations on these topics because I feel if we do not talk about these issues, they do not. They do not take priority in public eye.
And while her proudest moment may have yet to come, she seeks meaning in new experiences, including: in conversing with people with different perspectives and beliefs
For example, 39% of GDP is contributed by moms who stay at home. So if you calculate the economic contribution of stay-at-home moms in certain countries, it reaches the level of 39% of GDP, but does a policymaker come out and say, I want to create a policy that helps stay at home. Moms, get access to finance so that they can start their own business. Do you hear of a government scheme where women can return to work more often than not? This is started by the private sector and all these conversations do not happen because these, these issues do not have weight.
And I wanted to merge research and storytelling and have real women share their perspective on these issues, whether it’s why husbands, who do household work are given that crown of being the best husband in the world and the most supportive spouse in the world.
As Nidhi pursued her career path in storytelling, she began to realize that success wasn’t just about passion – but about a willingness to learn and become curious.
What have I go on beyond my physical limitations and Danzel, and then would be the second category of being mental and the mental and emotional area of what have I gone ahead and accomplished beyond my mental strength or in my emotional ability in the physical category?
I think my proudest accomplishment is yet to come because, and, and if I, if I divided into three categories of proud of what I’m proud about, the first category would be my physical ability.
And, in terms of my mental and pushing myself and mentally and emotionally to go ahead and break the barriers that I wanted for myself, I, I guess the most important accomplishment for me was to be the first woman in my family to be financially independent because I, I, my, my mother and my grandmother, none of us, none of them ever had the opportunity to work. And I don’t think it’s because lack of it was not a lack of capability or capacity. I think it was just lack of recognition that they are equally capable of doing what they, whatever they set their mind to do. And I think I I’m fueled by their dreams for me and their dreams for all the daughters in the world.