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A Sardar in Slovenia – Mehtab Singh

AT first glance of his business card you could be forgiven for thinking that he is called Marmorni Obok, which would be an unusual name for an Indian Sikh as it means “Marble Arch” in Slovene. In fact Mehtab Singh’s name

Forgiveness is not forgetting, forgiveness is freedom from hate

Valarie Kaur gives a passionate speech about the revolutionary love… at the 2015 Parliament of World’s Religions in Salt Lake City, Utah. “Our love can and will remake this world.”. “Forgiveness is not forgetting, forgiveness is freedom from hate” Source: Sikh

Jus reign talks airport drama

Jus reign talks airport drama, twitter feud & dealing with racism growing up Jassmeet singh talks about growing up in guelph, canada. How he dealt with bullying and racism as well as what his family did to preserve their culture and

What makes you one in 7.5 billion?

Every story starts with a narrative. Whats yours? The story of how one individual embraced his narrative through a powerful journey of identity and what he discovered about humanity in the process. Jagneet is a fascinating story teller who has impacted

Why Traveling Can Make You Millions

How To Retire Early & Financially Free | Minority Mindset – Jaspreet Singh Jaspreet Singh created Minority Mindset to motivate, teach, and inspire others to do what they want. While going to school and starting his businesses, he realized school is

Ajay Banga: “You’re Going to Get Stared At”

MasterCard President and CEO Ajay Banga reflects on how being a member of the turban-wearing Sikh minority from India has impacted his business career and personal life in the United States. He spoke at Stanford Graduate School of Business’ View From

Good old fashioned shop keeping

Aman Aneja shares his good old fashioned shop keeping back to basics business 🙂 A working day – newsagent, The film was made by Jeremy Riggall of Sketch Films, London. Aman’s thanks goes to Sathnam Sanghera, the Times journalist.

The power of a Mentor

Sukhi Wahiwala talks about the power of a mentor for business growth. Follow Sukhi on twitter

Changing perceptions – from Sikh to superfan

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Toronto has been named the most multicultural city in the world, yet many of the immigrants to the city still encounter racism long after they’ve arrived.