Vision Begins With the Eyes, but It Truly Takes Place in the Brain - Benaisha Kharas

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1. Tell us more about what you do and what led you to speak on this platform.

I was invited to speak at this platform due to the story i had. of being someone who has learning disabilities and now helping individuals for the same.  

2. How do you chose and prepare for a talk?

Well, I always speak about topics that I have had the first-hand experience from. For the prep I work backwards - starting off with the duration of my talk then, who is my audience, thereafter making pointers. 

3. How can one become a public speaker?

Public speaking comes best naturally to all those who talk about a subject they love.... I never ever thought i would do public speaking. Today i only talk about topics i love. The confidence and glee that comes with public speaking is only because i enjoy what i speak about .

4. Can motivational speaking become a full time career?

I hope so ! Hahaha! From my personal experience/practice... i don't only motivate people. I try to bring in tools and strategies for them to be able to motivate themselves to work towards their  goals. I think it can be a full-time career if your concepts are relatable to your audience.

5. Which is your favourite talk ever and how did it change your life?

I don't think there is ever just one talk that changed my life... but many of sister Shivani inspire me and my talks. 
6. What are the best public speaking tips that have worked for you?

A) love what you speak
B) Watch your tone
C)Have a good posture
D) Smile even if you forget your point...
E) give examples that have happened with you .
F) dress for your talk ! It empowers you always!

7. What impact do you want to make in the world?

I would like to inspire the world to be in love with themselves first and to appreciate all that comes their way.
8. Which is your favourite book and why?

Think and grow rich by napoleon hill  - it talks about how your thinking changes your attitude to be successful.

- Benaisha Kharas

Interviewed by - Rupali Rawat

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