"Very interesting, inspiring and thought-provoking talk. Your storytelling was amazing. Thank you for your time"
“You were a Charm on stage & got your message across in such a witty manner. Look forward to seeing you develop more ideas. As a fellow speaker I say, 'You were the perfect show-stopper.”
“Praveen Wadalkar's wonderful talk identifies a chronic, debilitating and near-universal psychological problem- SWM syndrome. I'll leave it to him to describe the problem and its cure. I'll simply add this: watch this talk. It may well be the most thought-provoking and useful 20 minutes of your life."
"Praveen for sharing insights and case studies around leveraging technology in pharma marketing. I am sure this will help my brand teams to think beyond conventional ways of marketing. Cheers!"
"I feel that I didn't meet you for the 1st time, you made me feel comfortable and connect heart to heart, You are an amazing listener"
“I assure you that the seed you sow in the mind of our students will give best entrepreneurship out of them”
The world’s most common disease is SWM – “Someone Watching Me” disease. I am SWM survivor. I suffered a lot due to SWM.As a son of a rickshaw driver; I used to hide my father’s identity – what SOMEONE will say “your father is a rickshaw driver?” Or as a child from a hard-core Hindu family when I fall in love with a Buddhist girl I faced unbearable problems in a marriage just because what SOMEONE will say “why inter cast marriage?” I belong to a small town and when I wanted to start my own business in Mumbai I thought what SOMEONE will say “you failed in 9th standard, no one in your family did business, and you will build a business? I suffered terribly due to SWM whole my life. But now I know how to manage SWM. When you learn to manage SWM you can achieve your dreams no matter how big, difficult or different it is.