ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Entrepreneurial Story of a Storyteller | Supriya Paul | TEDxIITKanpur

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Entrepreneurial Story of a Storyteller | Supriya Paul | TEDxIITKanpur

Here’s Great Tip: Entrepreneurial Story of a Storyteller | Supriya Paul | TEDxIITKanpur

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Embracing the stage of TEDxIITKanpur, Supriya led a voyage of words which structured around the role of stories in impacting our mindsets, and them being a measure to interact with the world and understand it better. Sharing her own journey, interestingly, in the form of a story, to the audience as to how she explored multiple aspects of life in terms of career prospects, only to find out that she couldn’t find her inner self and passion in whatever she had been doing. Then, reminded of the habit of her grandmother of telling​ her bedtime stories instilled the thought of storytelling as an effective way of expressing leading to entrepreneurial build-up of mind. Following her passion, ‘Josh Talks’, is now delivering at a national level, in various cities and various stratas​ of the society, recollecting and improving this somewhat lost art of storytelling.

Supriya Paul is the Co-Founder of Josh Talks, a platform that finds and showcases remarkable ideas and stories from all across India through offline events and online video content. In the last two years, they have hosted 20 conferences across 9 cities in India and reached out to more than 25,000 people offline and more than 5 million people online. Josh Talks was recently rated as the top 50 startups of India by Economic Times. Supriya is highly committed to her work and has a passion for team centric environments with a special focus on social volunteering opportunities.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

18 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Entrepreneurial Story of a Storyteller | Supriya Paul | TEDxIITKanpur”

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  2. Kanpur area are very poor. I was living in shikandra road kanpur. I talk about any person like bus condector area knowledge no responsibility…
    and bus stations enquiries no response. I don't know. There are languages poor.
    Without any reason auto person fighting other auto person..my God

  3. India with 130 crore of people. If you know the census well, lot of people who have passion to do something and achieve something are just ending up with a small job just because lack of money and lack of good foundation. And a big reason is that they have to feed their family. 70 years of independence doesn't garrenting people with basic needs like good education to the children, free health facilities and food to the needy.
    There are many students who sacrificed their career with a clerk due to family problems. There are families who sold their lands for a operation in a hospital and became poor.
    And people who end their lives due to poverty.

    If govt focus on garrenting basic needs tot the people then every indian will come and talk on TEDx and they will also cross check what they need create wonders

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