Your Message Matters – Master Social Media In Your Farm! Episode 25 – Kiran Gandhi http://www.LaunchYourFarm.com/Episode25 Welcome back to our 25th episode of the Launch Your Farm Show where I interview Kiran Gandhi with Agent Consulting. Today, Kiran and I discuss how she went from teaching high school students to teaching real estate agents. Kiran shares how she built her own successful real estate business and grew her team and helps new agents implement a lot of the systems and tools that she used in her business. We jump right into the value of social media and how you can get your message to your farm using “Stories”. In this episode Kiran and I talk about: · Why agents need to find their “platform” and how what you do with it will define your success. · Kiran shares how to create the right message for your ideal audience and your farm. · What you can do to connect to your audience with conversations and how to create engagement rather than focusing on useless metrics. · A SUPER easy way to use “Stories” to build your brand and connect with your audience. · How to leverage your day to day life to create content for your audience that will resonate with them and keep them coming back for more. · Plus a ton of other ideas that you can use to grow geographic farm! Connect with Kiran on Instagram @KiranGandhi__ And check out what she’s up to on her website www.AgentConsulting.ca YOUR BEST BOOK – Check out Kiran’s 2 favorite book at the moment. “Atomic Habits” by James Clear To get a copy you can order it here: Canada – https://www.amazon.ca/dp/0735211299 USA - https://www.amazon.com/dp/0735211299 “The E-Myth” by Michael Gerber To get a copy you can order it here: Canada – https://www.amazon.ca/dp/0887307280 USA - https://www.amazon.com/dp/0887307280 Be sure to like and subscribe as well as check our website and other social channels. Your Friend In Farming, Ryan Smith Launch Your Farm Website - http://www.LaunchYourFarm.com Facebook - http://www.Facebook.com/LaunchYourFarm
Turning Things Around In A Woman's Shelter Using A Wal Mart Kiosk With Kiran Gandhi
The Your Life! Your Terms! Show
Kiran Gandhi is one of those people who knows that possibilities are everwhere. Whether it was from growing up in multiple countries, and continents and taking in experiences from all those cultures. Or it's from the moment when she was in a Toronto women's shelter and decided that her current circumstances would not define her. On this episode of the Your Life! Your Terms! show we take a look at the journey of an energetic, impactful woman who used situations others wouldn't want any part of to redefine herself, help others in her industry, and is still looking for more.
Kiran Gandhi – Musician, Activist, and Music Industry Thinker and her Mission to Elevate and Celebrate the Female Voice as Madame Gandhi
South Asian Stories
Photography by @savwalts. Creative Director @ruthintruth “Look inward to serve your purpose outward.” Kiran Gandhi Kiran Gandhi, who performs as her stage name Madame Gandhi, is a Los Angeles-based musician, activist and music industry thinker who was recently listed on Forbes 30 Under 30 Class of 2019. She has drummed for M.I.A, Thievery Corporation, TV on the Radio, Kehlani and Lizzo and currently DJs, drums and produces music under her own name. Madame Gandhi holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Women’s Studies from Georgetown and an MBA from Harvard. Madame Gandhi is a voting member of The Recording Academy (GRAMMY). She has scored original music for Calvin Klein, New York Times, Adidas, Gap, and Vogue. Her summer merchandise line has been worn by Sophie, TV on the Radio, Jarina De Marco, Miya Folick, Sudan Archives, Garbage, Syd, Kehlani, Amber Coffman of The Dirty Projectors and more. In 2015, she ran the London Marathon free-bleeding to combat period stigma around the world, sparking a global viral conversation about how we treat menstruation in various cultures. Her 2018 TED Talk “Own Your Voice” about making music that is purposeful and accessible to all people, has been viewed over 200,000 times. She now travels often to perform and speak about modern gender equality, and will release her EP Visions in Fall 2019. Madame Gandhi’s mission is to elevate and celebrate the female voice. In this conversation, we discuss: The amazing story of how she toured as M.I.A’s drummer while getting her MBA at Harvard Her identity as an Indian-American growing in NYC and her first memory of music The variety of sounds, music, and artists that inspired her EP VIsions Much, much more… This was one of the most interesting interviews I’ve ever done – you will love this episode! Connect with Kiran Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Listen to the podcast! (And please leave a review if you enjoyed it!) The post Kiran Gandhi – Musician, Activist, and Music Industry Thinker and her Mission to Elevate and Celebrate the Female Voice as Madame Gandhi appeared first on South Asian Stories.
The tools and technology that help build your Real Estate brand with Special Guest Kiran Gandhi.
The MindShare Podcast
Working with Realtors every day, we are exposed to your wins and losses on a regular basis. We have seen Realtors come and go. Those that get in and realize it isn't for them, those that get in and struggle every day, and those that get in it and win it.Every single person is unique in our own way. We all do things differently. What's good for some, is not always good for others. This isn't rocket science, but when sitting in the chair, and standing in our own shoes, it is sometimes hard to see the things that should be so simple. My Guest in this Episode is well travelled, and has lived in 4 different countries before settling down here in Canada. No stranger to real estate, and having worked in the industry for over 7 years now, she couples this experience together with her experience teaching business studies. Her passion lies in training agents on marketing and growing their businesses by using the latest systems, tools, and technologies.She has built her own brand from scratch. And when she is not busy planning and delivering training sessions, she is often found speaking at conferences and other real estate events throughout the GTA. Every time we get together to talk, the conversation last for hours. She has so much to share, and I value every conversation we have. We both have experience working with many Realtors, and we have such similar, simple approaches for how to create success. I help you get to the table, and she helps you when you're at the table. In this Episode, our topic was focused around tools and tech, but our conversation ended up even deeper than that. Building your brand, and your business, boils down to keeping it all very simple, implementing consistency, and being accountable every day. The MindShare PodCast is sponsored by KiTS Keep-in-Touch Systems, and is a Founding Member of the Industry Syndicate Media Network.Please subscribe, rate the show, and share your thoughts by leaving a review. You can also get more #MindShare on Facebook @MindShare101 and Instagram @davidgreenspan101. Check out YouTube #MindShare101, and http://www.mindshare101.com and http://industrysyndicate.com/ If you would like to be a guest on the show, or know someone that should be a guest on the show, please get in touch anytime!
This week, a special episode was recorded at the LP HQ in Oxnard, CA. Joey's guest is Kiran Gandhi, an electronic music artist, drummer, producer, and activist. Kiran Gandhi is known by her stage name Madame Gandhi and is one of the most important and impressive up-and-coming young artists. Having gained recognition as the former drummer for M.I.A. and Kehlani, Madame Gandhi now writes music that elevates and celebrates the female voice.
HOWL FOR CHANGE with Kiran Gandhi aka MADAME GANDHI
Howl For Change
In our fourth episode, Kiran Gandhi, AKA, “Madame Gandhi,” shares her journey with us as an independent musician and activist in today’s fourth wave feminist context and addresses the value of individuals being brave enough to share their stories and its potential impact.Through her art, public speaking, and activism, Gandhi’s commitment to women’s rights allows her to make music that matters and inspires others to own their voices, to not be afraid, and to be brave.
Andrew Fogliato sat down with Kiran Gandhi…and it went both terribly and great at the same time. Join these two good friends as they talk about things from joining a team, similarities of top producers, lead conversion, and so much more. Let us know what you think!
Kiran Gandhi is making big, bold moves for periods
The Flow Down
When musician Kiran Gandhi got her period on the starting line of the London Marathon, she made a radical decision. Instead of using a pad or a tampon, she chose to 'free bleed' the race. Her story went viral. She tells us how it felt to have the period stain seen 'round the world, what’s changed about her relationship with her period since then, and how she learned to relax.