‘Atomic Living’ is a way to use spontaneity as a productive way to move forward and make decisions in life. While balancing the pursuit of her Harvard MBA, touring as a drummer for musician M.I.A. and managing her own music career, Kiran has used this mindset to help bring success to her life. Instead of creating a 5 or 10 year plan, Atomic Living prioritizes knowing what matters to you most and accommodating various moments and opportunities in life. Feelings of chaos, pressure, and regret will be reduced while new opportunities become more manageable. Drawing on examples from her experiences, Kiran leads others to identify their core passions and establish pillars to help guide decision-making and the pursue of goals. Should you change your major or career path? Do you need to attend that social event all your friends are going to? Can you take on that new project right now? This presentation will teach you how to navigate through atomic moments and make choices that lead to greater success and wellness.
Pleasure is Power
Long before #MeToo, conversations about women’s sexuality have been weighed down by tragedy, fear, and shame. Kiran believes in using sex positivity as a tool to change this narrative and begin to overcome pain with empowerment. To make space for more positive experiences we need to talk more about pleasure and empower women to reject shame, feel powerful in their bodies, and prioritize their own comfort. As part of Kiran’s mission towards gender equality, this presentation addresses consent, sex positivity, creating safe spaces, and how we can all work together to shift the culture.
From quieting out the noise to relying on community care, Kiran shares how she has coped with imposter syndrome, burnout, harassment, social pressures, and other barriers to mental wellness throughout her life. Inspiring others through sharing her own experience, Kiran gives tangible advice for how to find your path towards wellness and mindfulness
As an influencer, Madame Gandhi has partnered with brands like Adidas and The North Face, to promote “The Future Is Female” slogan - which is all about arriving at a time when femininity is as desirable as masculinity.