We know “a picture speaks a thousand words.” I’ve been on the Indian leg of my Jollye Olde Global Speaking Tour (as I like to call it, with my tongue planted firmly in my cheek) since last week, and everywhere I go, there are pictures just asking to be pocketed.
Because India is full of stories. Everywhere you go, it’s a story here, a story there. Sometimes I think we Indians (I still say “we” Indians, I don’t think I’ll ever stop saying that!) invented storytelling (yea, yea, I know, everyone says that).
I’ve traveled to 6 cities in the last 10 days. I’ve met really interesting people, many of whom are doing fabulous stuff. The stories coming out of folk are incredible.
People who are creating educational opportunities for India’s PR community, like Amith Prabhu. People who are doing their bit to keep India cleaner, like Moksh Juneja and his Pee Provider app … and as an aside, it was super cool to meet him in person at PRAXIS 2015 (I was a keynote speaker) after knowing him on Twitter for the better part of a decade!
My head is reeling with stories, which is why I don’t know if I’ll be able to capture every single one of them. But I will do my best, and if I don’t blog about them here, I’ll share them on Facebook, so come on over and join me there.