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Positive on Publishing

Oct 21, 2020

In this episode, you’ll learn about creativity, intuition, and the power of observation.

Our guest is Pushpendra Mehta, author of one novel and several nonfiction books. We focus on his latest title, Observe to Unmask: 100 Small Things to Know People Better.

The nine “fun nuggets” from this interview are:

#1: Write about what people want to know about.

#2: Observation, intuition, and perception all go together.

#3: Speak less and query more.

#4: Try not to interrupt.

#5: Take risks -both professional and personal

#6: Marketing is about understanding the needs of the customer or reader

#7: Social media and website content shares a lot about your personality and story

#8: The eyes and feet say a lot about a person's interests and intentions

#9: Consider living by this powerful quote by Pushpendra:
“Pursue your passion, work with your intuition, learn as a child, and adapt as water."

About Pushpendra Mehta
PUSHPENDRA MEHTA is the author of "The Suitable Inheritor" (Novel) and the nonfiction books "OBSERVE to UNMASK: 100 Small Things to Know People Better," "Win the Battles of Life & Relationships," and "Tomorrow's Young Achievers," which have earned him an internationally loyal readership.

Pushpendra considers his exposure to disparate people, places, and situations his biggest asset. Interaction with the privileged and the underprivileged, both in the East and the West, has enriched his understanding of human behavior, life, and relationships, and enhanced his power of observation, intuition, and perception to hone his skills as a writer, storyteller, marketer, and mentor to offer solutions to problems.

Pushpendra was raised in India and now lives in Atlanta, GA. He is an alumnus of Northwestern University, IL.

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