The 3rd episode of Father’s Month features the first guest of the series, a maverick advertising professional, Lahar Joshi. Some of you might have read about him and others might have not. The stories he shared, will hit home for any parent, especially those of twins. Lahar Joshi is rarity in India, he decided toContinue reading “Episode 81 – Father’s Month – Lahar Joshi – The Ad Dad Who Stayed Back”
Come May every year like clockwork social media will be abuzz with posts about Mother’s Day. The typical communication ranging from glorifying mother’s as the “great life-giving beings in one’s lives” and guilting about how one cannot forget all the hardships that a mother has gone through to protect and provide. This happens for oneContinue reading “Ep 75 – Women in Tech – Pooja Goyal”
The Pop duo are back with another episode of Entrepreneur Parents Nadir Pop and Peter Pop joined by Priyanka Loonker of MyCoup , a platform with news and current affairs for children. Updated every Friday with a wide range of topics. Priyanka shares her journey of self discovery from a fashion writer to entrepreneur, startingContinue reading “Episode 61 – Entrepreneur Parents – Priyanka Loonker (MyCoup)”
It’s the last episode of 2020. Nadir Pop and Peter Pop look back at the year. They also reflect on an important question What would 2020 look like if COVID did not happen? Last year before launching the podcast, we had a list over of 50+ topics ready however due to the pandemic we coveredContinue reading “Episode 57 – 2020 Wrap Up”
Earlier this month, Peter Pop and Nadir Pop read the French classic novella, the Little Prince/Le Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, released in 1943. Now the novella is classified for children but take it from them, this book is meant for adults
This was the most “looking-forward-to” event in 2020 – going away for a short trip over a long weekend. We would get excited to go for coffee run before this happened to us. So you can imagine what a huge upgrade it felt like; leaving behind the city vistas and going to a place closer to nature.
As kids we played a lot of games and I just don’t mean outdoor games but also indoor ones. I personally had a huge collection of G.I. JOEs and HE-MAN and conjured up some crazy imaginative worlds within the confines of my home. But the one that really challenged me and my imagination was Monopoly. This game has broken friendships and family ties more than diplomatic breakdowns between two countries.
Recently the Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli was in the news for all the right non-cricketing reasons. His wife, famous actor and producer, Anushka Sharma is in her final trimester and Virat has requested the BCCI (the cricketing body in India) for a paternity leave. To start off with, it’s a great move. ViratContinue reading “Episode 51 – Paternity Leave needs to be normalised”
We have hit 50 episodes in just under a year! And what a to celebrate it, we got a really cool dad to talk about his entrepreneurial journey into starting a kids health food company. Especially after spending 15 odd years in the USA and UK working with top brands like Goldman Sachs, Deutsche BankContinue reading “Episode 50 – Entrepreneur Parents – Aswani Chaitanya – Timios”
Screen time has dominated conversations in the recent past every time parents get together. Even on Pops In A Pod, somehow our discussions veer off on a tangent and we end up talking about screen time. So we decided to dedicate an entire episode on it, by calling it Online Content… but really it’s allContinue reading “Episode 47 – Engaging Kids – Online Content”