Limitless Grit Podcast
Limitless Grit Podcast
Shristi Gajurel
Hey there, this is Shristi and the Limitless Grit podcast is where I have honest conversations with social entrepreneurs, thought leaders, educators, artists and anyone who I believe dares to live their life on their own terms. Every person selected to be interviewed on this podcast has a unique and different perspective in life yet all of them have one thing in common: consciously choose courage over fear. Some of my interviewees have impacted millions of people’s lives while others are just getting started. Throughout this podcast, I will ask questions on how their ideas evolved and how they influenced people to join their vision.
EP 55 Sara Grizzle: Faith over Fear
Sara Grizzle is a creative entrepreneur who is based out of New York City. She studied nutrition and have successfully started and run three restaurants and catering companies in New York City. She is crazy passionate about helping others connect to their bodies in a powerful way, which in turn enables them to feel in control of attaining their life goals. For more information:
May 27, 2018
39 min
EP 54 Owen Meyer:  From a West Point Grad to a  New York City Entrepreneur
Owen Meyer is the founder and CEO of a multifaceted company called Liquor Laboratory. He is a West Point grad and former Beam Suntory sales rep who intends to drive revenue for corporations by partnering with liquor companies to feature specific products during a class or a free bartenders luncheon. As part of the partnerships, Liquor Labs will collect detailed, student-provided feedback and sell that data back to his corporate liquor clients or to others, without providing personally identifying information. For more information visit
May 20, 2018
34 min
EP 53 Jessica Huie: Find Your Truth and Embrace Your Calling
Jessica Huie went from being a teenage mother, expelled from school and living in a hostel, to having a career in Public Relations, working with some of the world’s biggest stars and business people including Samuel L. Jackson, Simon Cowell, Sir Bob Geldof and Meghan Markle. When she set up her first business Color blind cards, it started an early national conversation around diversity in retail and is credited as the first independent multicultural greeting card line to be stocked in the UK high-street, earning her invitations to No.10 Downing street with the UK Prime Minister and an MBE award for services to entrepreneurship – all by the age of 34. Check out Jessica's incredible book: Purpose: Find Your Truth and Embrace Your Calling Also, Jessica will be in New York City on May 30. Please check out her website for the update Follow Jessica on Social Media: @JessicaHuieMBE
May 12, 2018
32 min
EP 52 Ani Choying Drolma: Nepal's rock star nun who is empowering women and fighting for equality
Ani Choying Drolma is a Nepalese Buddhist nun and musician from the Nagi Gompa nunnery in Nepal. She is known in Nepal and throughout the world for bringing many Tibetan Buddhist chants and feast songs to mainstream audiences. She has been recently appointed as the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador to Nepal. Ani’s Book: Singing for Freedom Ani’s Website:
Apr 24, 2018
59 min
EP 51 Pushpa Basnet: Falling forward and never giving up
At age 21, Pushpa visited a women’s prison in Kathmandu and came face to face with children living alongside their incarcerated mothers. She soon started the Early Childhood Development Center (ECDC), the first step in a lifelong mission to rescue Nepal’s imprisoned children. Since then, she has founded Butterfly Home and has rescued and cared for over 500 children. Follow Pushpa- Twitter: @inmateschildren
Apr 11, 2018
1 hr 7 min
EP 50 Punnu Wasu: Journey from a Businessman to a World Class Healer
Punnu Singh Wasu is an Indian vocalist, musician, and songwriter. He was born and raised in Hyderabad into a family that has true love for music. Currently, Punnu resides in Bali where he works at the world-renowned yoga center, “The Yoga Barn”, in Ubud. He is on the monthly schedule teaching Hatha Yoga, leading meditation, singing Kirtan and offering Sound Healing melodic journeys. He also leads Kirtan Academy, Bhakti Bliss training, meditation workshops and Meditation teacher training, spiritual courses and Reiki courses regularly. Holistic Healing at The Yoga Barn features him as one of their onsite healers and he offers healing sessions and spiritual counseling daily. Website: Books Recommended by Punu: 1. How to Win Friends & Influence People 2. Sri Guru Granth Sahib 3.The Bhagavad Gita 4. Autobiography of a Yogi
Apr 2, 2018
43 min
EP 49 Anuradha Koirala: On Women Empowerment and fighting against Human Trafficking in Nepal
Anuradha Koirala is a Nepalese social worker and the founder of Maiti Nepal- a non-profit organization in Nepal, dedicated to helping victims of sex trafficking. Maiti Nepal today conducts a wide range of activities. Organizing awareness campaigns, community sensitization programs, rescue operations, apprehending traffickers, providing legal support to the needy, women empowerment programs, trainings, providing anti retroviral therapy (ART) to children and women infected by HIV are regular activities of Maiti Nepal. Miss Koirala received many prestigious awards throughout her life including CNN Heroes Award in 2010 and India’s fourth highest civilian award Parma Shri in 2017. To help Maiti Nepal please visit their site: Find Maiti Nepal on Facebook: @maitinepal Books recommended by Miss. Koirala: Sold by Patricia McCormick Radhika's Story: Human Trafficking in the 21st Century by Sharon Hendry
Mar 26, 2018
40 min
EP 48 Steve Munroe: From working at the U.N to creating the best co-working Space in Bali
After working at the United Nations for more than ten years, Steve founded Hubud, Bali’s first coworking space. Through Hubud, Steve helped pioneer a modern working environment, drawing thousands of people to work in Bali. He is determined to help people pursue their passions and find their place in an increasingly borderless world. Curious about his coworking space? You can get all the information at
Mar 18, 2018
49 min
EP 47 Rajeev Sethi: The Renaissance man of India
Mr. Rajeev Sethi is South Asia’s leading designer and is noted internationally for his innovative contribution to preserving and celebrating the subcontinent’s rich cultural heritage. For more than 35 years, through his work in design and architecture, performances and festivals, exhibitions and publication, policy and program, he has identified ways to bring contemporary relevance to traditional skills of vulnerable artisan communities and creative professionals. In 1986, he was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian award, given by the  Government of India.
Mar 12, 2018
44 min
EP 46 Binod Chaudhary: How Nepal’s Only Billionaire Made It Big
Mr. Binod Chaudhary is a Nepalese businessman, industrialist, philanthropist, and politician serving in the Nepali Congress. He is the current chairman of Chaudhary Group (CG), a conglomerate that consists of nearly 80 companies. Mr. Chaudhary is also the first Nepali billionaire, as listed by Forbes. Besides business, Mr. Chaudhary has been involved in several other government and social sectors. His CG Foundation works for the social welfare and he often contributes in the areas of art, music and literature as well. His Biography: Making It Big Connect with Mr. Binod Chaudhary: Twitter: @BinodKChaudhary website:
Mar 3, 2018
48 min
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