Author Archives: roshanjpaul

In Conversation with LinkedIn Influencer Madeline Mann, the ‘Self-Made Millennial’

In my first experience of being interviewed by an ‘influencer’, I was delighted to join Madeline Mann on her popular vodcast, Self-Made Millennial. We really connected on the idea that you don’t have to sacrifice a good income in order … Continue reading

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Book Discussion on Network Capital

I was interviewed by Network Capital founder Utkarsh Amitabh for their large global community on the topics we wrote about in The New Reason to Work. Check out the conversation here.

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Essay in Next Billion

Based on The New Reason to Work, the folks at Next Billion invited me to contribute an essay about the book’s core message. You can read the essay here.

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My Podcast Interviews

Over the years, I’ve been privileged to be invited as a guest on several podcasts. Here’s a selection of them, for your listening pleasure: Stories for the Future, How to Build a Career that will Change the World, August 2022 … Continue reading

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The Great Resignation has morphed into the Great Sabbatical

It’s a funny thing to realize your vacation is newsworthy! I was interviewed for an essay in Fast Company on how my sabbatical in 2021 was something that more and more people are starting to do. They also discussed my … Continue reading

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Rebel Book Club Interview

I really enjoyed joining my old friend Ben Keene, the founder of Rebel Book Club, for my first-ever Insta Live discussion. You can check it out here.

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The New Reason to Work – My Book!

On November 29, 2021, my book, co-authored with colleague and dear friend Ilaina Rabbat, was published! It’s available on Amazon in Kindle, paperback or hardcover, as well as on most other book-selling sites. We were delighted when the book reached #1 on … Continue reading

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How to Build a Career that Will Change the World

Along with my co-author Ilaina, I was delighted to join the co-founder of Escape the City for a fireside chat about our new book, The New Reason to Work. Watch the conversation here.

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The Best Books I Read in 2021

Being on sabbatical for most of 2021, I was able to do a lot of reading – exactly 50 books, split 1/3 nonfiction and 2/3 fiction. So, as in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020, here are my top book recommendations from 2021.

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My Stanford Social Innovation Review series

I’ve collaborated with the Stanford Social Innovation Review to write a series of articles about our work in social innovation education. Here is the list of articles I wrote or co-wrote as part of the series, in chronological order. In July 2017, … Continue reading

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