Priyanka Raghuvanshi  |  1:29:15  |   17-April-2024

In this episode I have an honest, no-holds-barred chat with Priyanka Raghuvanshi, an artist with a truly one-of-a-kind take on life. Priyanka opens up about her winding path – from studying the mind to trying out different jobs before finally realizing her love for art.

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Key points in this episode:

Through our talk, Priyanka drives home how crucial it is to ask questions, even if it makes you look silly sometimes. She believes that’s the key to growing and figuring yourself out. Priyanka also dives into what fuels her creativity, how being observant shapes her art, and why music means so much to her.

What I love about Priyanka is how genuine she is, especially when we get into the nitty-gritty of relationships, office politics, and staying true to yourself. She’s all about being real and carving your own path, even if it goes against the grain.

Priyanka and I also geek out about her love for Indian history. She dishes on how politics often skews the way history is told and why it’s so important to dig into the lesser-known parts of the past.

Trust me, Priyanka’s unfiltered and totally refreshing way of looking at the world will pull you in. Her journey is living proof that embracing who you are and chasing what truly fulfills you is the way to go, even if society tells you otherwise.

So join me for this deep dive with Priyanka Raghuvanshi as she gets real about her journey of self-discovery, her art, and her quest for truth. You’ll see just how powerful honest conversations can be and why staying true to yourself is so damn important, even when the world’s telling you to fit in.

Don’t sleep on this chance to soak up some serious wisdom from an artist who’s not afraid to question the norm and blaze her own trail. Give this episode a listen now – Priyanka Raghuvanshi’s raw, real take on art and life might just change the way you see things.

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