Sometimes it’s nice to know you aren’t the only one…
When you come to India for the first time, you may wonder if you are the only one who notices the massive differences: the cows on the road, the work culture, the late night dinners. Is it ok to point them out? Can you laugh about them or is that taboo?
It’s always nice when someone else confirms that things are different, hard, and great.
I really enjoyed this conversation because it comes from someone who understands the inside and the outside.
Amar will share about:
- The huge social risk of going to a town and not visiting family there
- His initial irritants at moving back to India such as not getting any voicemails
- A livable response to working with India’s working class
- Why you might want to think twice before ignoring that call from a colleague on a Sunday
- Why patience in India is the best skill you can have
Here are some of the links mentioned in the podcast:
- The Return to India Club: r2iclubforums.com
- Amar’s book on Amazon: Amazon.in or Amazon.com
- Amar’s author website: Amarvyas.in