Millennials are different. They are a new generation particularly focused on change, innovation and creativity. However, they’ve been conditioned to believe concepts and practises that are often outdated. Throughout this podcast Shivani challenges these concepts by interviewing guests from a variety of backgrounds with a plethora of expertise who provide guidance and practical tips that can be easily incorporated into your daily life. Shivani seeks to entertain, educate and inspire you to live a more positive and energised life. These fascinating conversations own health and wellness and seek to challenge your thoughts and mindset, whilst bringing an uplifting element to your day.
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You both need to do more podcasts together. I love the chemistry you both have and that your not afraid to speak your truth and disagree with one another. keep it up..
It's one of the funniest ones I've heard, Dr Amir is hilarious, and I love watching him on Lorraine too. He seems like really nice person, and I will be buying the book.
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Shivani is so inspiring and I am always so interested to hear what she has to say! She is such an icon and girl boss 😌😌😌
While Shivani has some very interesting guests on her podcast I’m unclear as to what she herself brings to the table and what makes her more skilled at interviewing her guests than the other podcasters out there doing the exact same thing. Shivani seems like a lovely person but I don’t find her story/narrative/journey particularly compelling and this comes through the questions she asks her guests.
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A Millennial Mind launched 3 years ago and published 157 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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