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Letterkenny’s Infamous House & Techno party founded by @reubenkeeney aka @rebukemusic. Outhouse on iRadio.ie with Reuben Keeney Every Saturday night 10pm-12am. Previous Guests: Solardo Darius Syrossian Mella Dee Riva Starr Ejeca Huxley Latmun Kettama Subscribe to the 'Outhouse on iRadio' Spotify playlist, updated after every show straight to your Spotify account by clicking the Spotify button below!
 
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On today’s show, I’m speaking with Tarini Mahajan. I met Tarini in 2010 back in university. Tarini’s had a really interesting decade - after graduating in Philosophy, she worked a bit, got a master's, and decided to spend an entire year in Colombia to practice her Spanish. Instead of continuing down the academic route, she decided to join the famil…
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Ananya. I met Ananya back in 2010 in university. Over the last decade she’s followed her dream, ever since she was 13, to become an archeologist, which has taken her from the classroom, to dig sites and now to working at a museum. In today’s conversation, she tells me what about digging stuff out of the ground exc…
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Rishi Sood. I met Rishi back in 2010 - we were classmates and lived in the same residence block during our time in college - Mukh East! In today’s conversation, we start off chatting about his early career and happening life in Ahemdabad and why he decided to study for the civil services but ended up at business s…
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Aishwarya. I met Aishwarya back in university in 2010. Over the last decade, she has taken a winding path towards her goal of being in politics. We chat about how she started off working at the grassroots in Delhi, then with refugees in Jordan and Lebanon, and her experiences through that, and why she decided to l…
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Neilabh. I met Neilabh back in university in 2010 where he studied history. A decade later, he continues to follow his curiosity and is currently pursuing his PHD in the Netherlands. Like most conversations with other PHDs on the show, this one too was a fascinating one as we chatted about his research work studyi…
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Kevin. I met Kevin back in university in 2011 and he was in the same department as I was. After graduating, he went to work in finance and lived the high-flying banker life before realizing he wanted to more than merely increase profits and shareholders returns. He decided to enter impact investing and eventually …
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with David. David and I were classmates back in university, which is where we met back in 2010. After graduating he went to work at an alcoholic beverages company and became the youngest manager the company’s ever seen. But after grinding for 6 long years, he realized that he needed a break and spent a year traveling, …
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Ahona. I met Ahona back in university in 2010. She studied English in college and was by far one of the singers I’ve had the chance to listen to in person. Over the last decade, Ahona has followed a path in academia - getting a master's in Anthropology and becoming a teacher, which she absolutely loved. She’s now …
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Harshit Maloo. I met Harshit back in university in 2011 and over the last decade, he’s had a great career working at one of the best management consulting companies, McKinsey. He got the job right out of university and rose the ranks quickly. From the outside, it’s what an ideal career would look like, but through…
 
In today’s episode, I’m speaking with Satyaki. I’ve met Satyaki in university and over the last decade, he’s taken his love for numbers and gone deep into the world of finance. He tells me more about his work which involves helping organizations raise millions, even billions, how he got into crypto and what he thinks about its future and life in Lo…
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Maanasa. She was my classmate back in university where we both studied economics. In our conversation, she tells me about her days as a school teacher and how those years led to some bigger questions that led her down the path of rural development. She explains to me, through her many experiences, what rural devel…
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Steffi. I met Steffi back in 2011 in university and in our chat today, she shares her journey in the development sector, in which she’s spent most of the last decade. We talk about what keeps her going despite all the challenges and how’s she’s been hustling her way through. We also talk about the pandemic - the g…
 
In today’s episode, I’m speaking with Shravya. I met her back in university in 2010, where she studied philosophy. Since then, she’s been working in the education sector with amazing organizations like Pratham and the OECD. We chat about her motivation to join and continue working in the sector over the years, how she hit burnout, her new focus on …
 
Today I’m speaking with Kopal Khanna. Over the last couple of years Kopal’s been building her company, Tape A Tale, and we talk about the series of event which led her to start it. It all begins back in 2013 when right after graduating in 2013, she worked very briefly for an NGO, an experience that would leave a lasting mark for many years to come.…
 
Reuben shares his experience with cutting back on input and spending more time thinking. Should this be a “Stop the Noise” movement? Jeff mentioned how our society has lost the art of unexpectedly visiting people, which was common in Louisa’s (Jeff’s wife) childhood in Costa Rica. brings Krave for our edible and Theodore discusses how he sat and ta…
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Raghav Meattle. Over the last decade, Raghav worked his way to become an independent singer and songwriter and we explore his journey through this conversation. He tells me how he got back into music after working at startups, his experience being on a reality TV show, life as a budding musician, and more. He shar…
 
Louisa shares the Costa Rican “Splash” tuna and Leighton tells two stories. His car was stuck and he fought a raccoon. We didn’t get to discuss “deep thinking” but we’ll discuss it next week. If you haven’t voted, go to our IG page and checkout the Polls highlight. Today’s coffee was donated from Leighton’s friend Doug and it received a perfect sco…
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Edwin. I met Edwin back in 2012 in university and we chat about his career in music and theatre. He tells me about his experience being a part of Beauty and the Beast, one of Disney’s first theatre productions in India, moving into the US to be part of the opera and the company he’s working on now. ✍🏽 write to me!…
 
Theodore brings the most expensive coffee and we compare cereal to drinkable conterpart. Reuben posted a poll on Instagram asking how much time do you spend “deep thinking”? We will discuss this question in the next episode. SourceKirjoittanut Reuben, Leighton, and Jeffy
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Rahul Rajkhova. I met Rahul back in 2013 and over the last few years, Rahul gained a lot of popularity for his protest rap videos across issues ranging from the farmer protest to the citizenship amendment bill, each video clocking in tens of thousands of views on YouTube Through our conversation, he tells me why h…
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Soumya Sankar. I met Soumya back in 2010 and she’s one of the few people I know who continues to pursue her passion for math. In fact, she compares it to art. In our conversation, she tells me more about her journey through Ph.D. and the challenges she faced, life in the US, and shifts in beliefs she’s had over th…
 
Leighton shares about Andy Stanley’s Leading Through Uncertain Times. Jeff teases his travel problems—everything went wrong. He’ll go in detail next week. Reuben insists that his taste is more refined than the others. Theodore brought 10 year old cheese from September Farm. SourceKirjoittanut Reuben, Leighton, and Jeffy
 
On today’s show, I’m speaking with Leonne Castellas. I loved this conversation because Leonne’s journey over the last decade has been nothing short of a roller coaster. He tells me why he decided to move to the US, the reality of life as a budding musician in Hollywood, and how he ended up becoming a drummer in the United States Army. If you've bee…
 
On today’s show I’m speaking with Zoravar Gill. I met Zoravar back in 2010 in college where we made grand plans of setting up our own consulting firm one day. 10 years later, we chat on how that’s going and about his experiences working at the Chief Minister’s Office and what’s it like studying Harvard. ✍🏽 write to me! I'm at https://twitter.com/No…
 
Leighton discusses his second Lego project and Theodore brings coffee from September Farms. Reuben discusses the video he teased last week about why you should stop social media and the awesome date night he had at The Waypoint VRcade in Mishawaka. SourceKirjoittanut Reuben, Leighton, and Jeffy
 
On today’s show I’m speaking with Nikita Noronha. No, we’re not related. I met Nikita back in 2011 and we used to live in the same city, Gurgaon, for a few years. In this conversation, we chat about a bunch of things - studying journalism and realising that it wasn’t for her, how Krayons for Kargil came to be, and the company she’s building right n…
 
Mitch, the Leader of the Militant Wing of the Fans of the French Press Podcast, wrote some feedback. We read every word carefully. Next week we’ll recap our presentation at work about DISC and Leighton will share his reaction to putting together Legos for the first time. SourceKirjoittanut Reuben, Leighton, and Jeffy
 
On today’s show I’m speaking with Chhayankdhar aka CD. I’ve always been fascinated with Japan, and CD is probably the only person I know who’s been there for 7 years and calls it home. In this podcast, he tells me about how he moved there as a student and eventually became a professor, teaching English to university students. We also chat about lif…
 
I’ve known Louis for 10 years now - as classmate, a roommate, a co founder but above all, as a dear friend. In this podcast, we chat about a bunch of different things - life and lesson during Nivaasa, which is the company we both started, the newsletter he recently launched which has been killing it on twitter, and his experience joining his family…
 
Theodore joined the podcast again to explain “There’s not a pot too crooked that a lid won’t fit.”. Reuben challenges the others about their perspective on 2020 and shares how 2020 has been his favorite year for a number of reasons. SourceKirjoittanut Reuben, Leighton, and Jeffy
 
On today’s episode I’m speaking with Rajat as we unpack his fascinating journey through the years. We talk about music festivals, marketing at tech giants, work life balance in the US and why wearing running shoes to the club is probably a wise choice. We start off with Rajat’s rather unconventional path into college, which is where we met almost 8…
 
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