Pramod Joshi, a career expert with over 25 years of experience in the IT and tech industry, considers the value of different experiences in his talk on shortness.
Most of his experience was gained through his work abroad, which has enabled him to get a much more expansive perception of what makes a positive practice. Throughout his talk on shortness, Pramod Joshi tells his audience at TEDx that there are three things that have the potential to become unnecessary burdens in their lives: material, non-material and spiritual.
Each of these things can come in many forms, however they all have the ability to hold one back as they try to better themselves. He advises his audience to talk nicely to all of those around them, rather than just those in positions of power. He also drives the importance of traveling widely, as the experiences gained in unfamiliar lands leads to a better understanding of the people who live there and the culture they live -- prompting them to become more tolerant.
With his talk on shortness, Pramod Joshi shows the importance of an accumulation of brief experiences, as it's often small actions that shape one's life.
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