Empathy Over Entitlement: The Path To Leading With Love w/Rani Puranik

Empathy Over Entitlement: The Path To Leading With Love w/Rani Puranik


The core fundamental that threads through Rani everyday is love. She is the daughter of the owner of the company, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have to work. Rani rejects the notion of entitlement and believes in earning her position and being proud of her skills and talents.

Rani Puranik, also known as Rani, is a selfless, caring, and hard-working woman who inspires others with her dedication to making the world a better place. She understands the importance of education for underprivileged kids and believes that lack of resources should not define their talents.

In this episode, Rani shares her honest thoughts on turning her back on entitlement. Despite having a privileged life, she has chosen to make a difference and become a strong force in the world. Rani’s book, “7 Letters To My Daughters,” is a collection of lessons on love, leadership, and legacy. You can purchase the book on her website.

During the episode, Rani discusses her experiences moving between Houston and India. She shares wisdom on culture, empathetic leadership, and even refers to Winnie The Pooh as a ‘Zen master.’ Rani’s journey has had its challenges, but she remains focused and determined. She has had to navigate through different people and cultures, overcoming the challenges of not leaning into entitlement.

Overall, Rani defines leadership as a combination of love, empathy, and a dedication to making a positive impact on the world. To stay updated on the latest episodes of the podcast, make sure to follow and subscribe. You can also connect with Rani through her website and social media channels.

Remember, if you have any comments or thoughts, feel free to reach out via email. Rani and the podcast community are always interested in hearing from listeners. So, don’t hesitate to connect and share your feedback.

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