How to get paid in an interview by creating machine learning content using a simple quote?

Document Don’t Create.

7 Steps to create content

  1. Search for a machine learning quote on Google
  2. Pick the long quote with multiple lines
  3. Break the first line to intrigue to swipe right
  4. Take a carousel templete or a slide template from Canva
  5. Highlight any important word by giving its own slide
  6. Give credits to the author in the second last slide
  7. Add and Call of action in the last slide or page of the carousel

You can see the example here


How to improve the First Image/Page?

Here is how I made the first page of the above example. Click here (This is reaching 10K view)

How much time will it take?

  1. Each post takes 10 minutes to 30 minutes depending on your creativity
  2. Research time on how to make first page more attention grabing may take 30 min each day
  3. Learning about clean design will be 1 hour per week
  4. Once a month satus update with me for 1 hour
  5. Studying how the post perfomed after posting will be 1 hour per week
  6. This all can be done as a partime manging your time better
  7. Watching the Mini course below – Approx 4 hours

I am looking for an Intern who can create exactly the above content 20 per month. Intrested people please contact me on twitter. My twitter handle is

For interview you can submit from 1-3 content (7-10 slides each) If it gets selected and I decide to post them you will get 100 rupees per content

Guidelines for creating our content is here

The credit of this idea goes to Chris Do.

Mini 4 video course – How to create Carousel (Slide like Images for us)?

Why would you consider this offer

  1. You will get a task based paid internship
  2. You are a students with no prior experience
  3. Even though you will get paid 4000 rupees for 20 piece of content. It is for only 30 hours of work per month and what that means to you is that based on your hour income an equivalent full time job is monthly income of 40K per month
  4. You learn a little more about content marketing through educating customers
  5. You get to talk once a month with industry experts with more than 17 years of experience so that you can also ask career related questions

[Upated on 28st Oct 2021]

Paid Interviewes is going.

How to earn side income while you are a student?

There are many who says that you should only focus on study but when you work or do a side business you learn a lot of skills.

Skills outside your syllabus

  1. Written Communication
  2. Research on a topic
  3. Negotiation
  4. Handling Rejections
  5. Selling an idea
  6. Having Confidence
  7. Being curious

You may ask how can I being a student sell a product to the market?

The Product

  1. 31 stories for your social media each month
  2. The quotes/thoughts will be from your industry or profession.
  3. The format/design will be the same for all of them
  4. The quotes/thoughts will be the popular ones.
  5. You can post them to stories on WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

I am sure you did not understand what this prodct is all about and what is this stories.

Let me try another way, Forget about the Product lets focus on the Process

First Client Framework

  1. What ticks you? 
  2. Who is your client?
  3. Where is your client? 
  4. How will you pitch your client? 
  5. When will you get your first client? 

These are the 5 questions to which can find answer and I have spoken about it in this 3 hour podcast. If you are really curious you will binge watch it NOW.

I hope you got few idea on making side income. Share this with a friend now.

How do I produce Podcast?

Sustainability Scorecard Stories” is a podcast where we invite guests from teams who work in the space of Sustainability Benchmarking, Index, Assessment, Rating and Rankings.

5 Steps I do produce podcast

  1. Our podcast is an interview style podcast. You can have an insight based with one person sharing the ideas.
  2. We send invite to guest and connect with them on zoom.
  3. I record the session on my local PC and find the audio file with extension audio_only.m4a
  4. I use Audacity (Free software) to edit the audio and add a background royalty free music.
  5. Create an audiogram using Headliner. It allows you to create few audiograms per month.

Listen to one of the episodes here.

Side Notes:

  1. I used a noise cancellation headphones with mic
  2. You can publish it in spotify or google podcast at step 4
  3. You can use Anchor to publish to all popular platform at once.

I am hiring a LinkedIn Assistant

Designation: Business Development Trainee

[This post is updated on 9th Dec 2020]

Working Style: Remote work

Working Time: 5 days a week for 8 hours per day

Reporting To: Vikram Shetty

Expereince: 0 (Zero) years / Fresh Graduates

Salary: 20,000 INR per month

Photo by inlytics β€’ LinkedIn Analytics Tool on Unsplash

Roles and Responsibility

  1. To Search potential guests for the podcast on LinkedIn
  2. Search potential leads for the new business development
  3. Search good content posted by the sustainability benchmarking community
  4. Research on LinkedIn social media tips to improve organic reach
  5. Create a daily quiz based on your daily work
  6. Fill a daily status report to track your progress and collect useful links 

Career Growth

The question that can come to your mind is what could be the carrer growth for this role. If you are not from the Sustainability Field then its a Sales Carreer.

However if you are from Sustainability Field and finding it difficult to find a job in your space this role will provide you few expereinces

  1. Communication and Networking Skills
  2. Good knowledge on the current happenings in the domain
  3. Learnings to build relationship and collabrations
  4. Learn a bit about social media and marketing
  5. Build your presence on LinkedIn

You can do this role for an year and then get back to your job search.

Above skills will be useful for the rest of your life

Your day at work

First Task: Your first hour of the day, you will focus on finding a guest for our podcast “Sustainability Scorecard Stories” You will tag me (Vikram Shetty) in one of their latest posts in comment with a hashtag #Sustainability. Thus, I will come to know you are thinking of this person as the guest for the podcast. Your daily target here will be 10 potential guests. You can learn about our community here (How to find leads?).

Second Task: This will be the second hour of your day where you will find people I should connect with to build a relationship. You will come to know that because I will not be your mutual connections. The technique to inform me will be similar to above and the hashtag you will use to tag me in the comment is #SDG #Sustainability. Your daily target here will be 10 connections. You can learn about our community here (How to find leads?).

Third Task: This could be the 3rd hour of the day in which you will find a question or a conversational post which I can add a meaningful comment. You will tag me to this post with a hashtag #data. Your daily target will be 10 posts. You can learn about our community here (How to find leads?). Example 1 or Example 2

Fourth Task: The next task will be for this community to help them find innovative articles. This is to find any interesting sustainability articles (containing stats, data, research or benchmark) and tag me with hashtag #innovation. Your daily target will be 5 articles.

Fifth Task: Research on improving my LinkedIn posts; this will be a social media learning post and share 5 new tiny ideas we can implement in our daily post or message. Your daily target will be to find 5 tips.

Sixth Task: To find an article and convert it into questions with multichoice answer OR you can think a question of your own. Here is an example. You will update the question with options in the daily survey explained in Measure your day below. If you do not find any question than add a quote from the comment of any posts.

Seventh Task: To fill your daily update in Probench, Make it as rich and informative as you can explain your findings and reflect on your day. You can spread this task across the day after each task or if you find an interesting link go to answer 7 on the survey and add the link.

Measuring your day

We will use our web software (Probench) which will have the following survey that you will participate at the end of each day. It will have a variation of following questions

  1. Have you tagged Vikram to 10 potential guests on our podcast? (Y/N)
  2. Have you tagged Vikram to 10 potential connections? (Y/N)
  3. Have you tagged Vikram to 10 comments to reply? (Y/N)
  4. Have you tagged Vikram to 5 innovative articles? (Y/N)
  5. Write down 5 tips on LinkedIn that will help us grow (Text Answer)
  6. What is your question of the day? (Text Answer)
  7. Do you have any questions/doubts to ask to Vikram? (Text Answer)
  8. Attach all the interesting web links you found during the entire day.


  1. Good at written communications
  2. Work from home ready with personal Laptop/PC + Internet
  3. Ready to work full time remote or digital nomad work.

If you are interested in the job, you can email to along with your resume and current location with the subject:

β€œJob application for Business Development Trainee”

I will send across the salary details and the next step of the interview process.

There are two interview rounds

Round One – Write an Article on LinkedIn (Details will be given to you once you email me)

Round Two – Only if your Article is qualified you will have a zoom interview call

I wish you all the best!

If you don’t see yourself fit for this role share this article with your other friends in different WhatsApp group


10 Netflix Shows to Learn Leadership

Binge watching is the phrase we use in 2020. It’s a manufactured addiction for us to be a consumer of contant. While it can lead to lot of time consumption we can also influence it in our favour.

Disclaimer: All are American shows

Photo by freestocks on Unsplash

Here are 10 Netflix shows you can watch to learn more about leadership in no particular order

  1. The Playbook : It is a show on the journey of athletes-turned-coaches and their immense love and dedication for the sport.
  2. RBG : By turns heartfelt and playful, this documentary details Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life and landmark work on women’s right
  3. The Last Dance : This docuseries chronicles the rise of superstar Michael Jordan and the 1990s Chicago Bulls, with unaired footage from an unforgettable 1997-98 season. Scoring an Emmy for Outstanding Documentary Series, this slam-dunk show features Michael Jordan, Phil Jackson and more.
  4. Rising Phoenix : Elite athetes and insiders reflect on the Paralympic Games and examine how they impact a global understanding of disability, diversity and excellence.
  5. Becoming : Joyful. Honest. Inspiring. Michelle Obama brings us up close and behind the scenes of her history-making book tour
  6. Knock down the house : A waitress, a coal miner’s daughter, a grieving mother, a nurse. They took a run at power — and rocked the political world
  7. Bobby Robson : Explore the life and times of legendary sccer manager Bobby Robson, whose keen mind for the game was matched only by his devotion to his teams
  8. Maddman : This documentary chronicles the rise of the footwear designer behind a billion-dollar empire and his subsequent comeback after a financial scandal
  9. Losers : We live in a society in which people believe that winning is everything and losing can be hard for people to handle. This docuseries uses sports as a guide to examine the psychology of losing as people find ways to handle failure.
  10. Inside Bill’s Brain – Decoding Bill Gates

I hope you enjoyed this list, If you have any recommendation on show please leave it in the comments below.

Me & My Friends work here

I am writing this post to the new batch of B.Sc.(IT) and B.Sc.(CS) students for Nagindas Khandwala College. We were the first batch of B.Sc.(IT) of the college.

Names of the companies and cities/countries, me and my friends work:

  1. 73bit Limited – Mumbai, India
  2. 73bit Limited – Mumbai, India
  3. JPMorgan Chase – Mumbai, India
  4. Newtrition Plus Health & Wellness Pvt. Ltd – Mumbai, India
  5. Kronix X Ray & Allied Products – Mumbai, India
  6. ABSG United States of America
  7. IDFC First Bank – Mumbai, India
  8. Spark – Auckland, New ZealandΒ 
  9. – Mumbai, India
  10. IBM – Mumbai, India
  11. IBM – Mumbai, India
  12. KPMG – Mumbai, India
  13. Capgemini – Mumbai, India
  14. Travelex – Mumbai, India
  15. AegonLife – Mumbai, India
  16. BNP Paribas – Mumbai, India
  17. TCS – United States of America
  18. Retransform – The Annet Group – Dubai
  19. New York Flim Academy – California, USA
  20. Deloitte – Hyderabad, India
  21. SAP – United States of America
  22. eBay – San Francisco, USA
  23. Westpac – Adelaide, Australia
  24. WorkSafe – Wellington, New Zealand
  25. Optus – Sydney, Australia
  26. JPMorgan Chase & Co – New Jersey, USA
  27. Self Employed – Mumbai, India
  28. BNSF Railways – Texas, USA
  29. Transport for NSW – Sydney Australia
  30. Reliance Capital – Mumbai, India
  31. Cipla- Mumbai, India
  32. Indialinks – Mumbai, India
  33. 3i Infotech – Mumbai, India
  34. IndiaFirst Life Insurance – Mumbai, India
  35. Rustomjee International – Mumbai, India
  36. Aaditya Pigments & Chemical Industries LLP – Mumbai, India
  37. Independent Contractor – Wellington, New Zealand

I hope this was useful for you to learn more about the companies or professions you can work on. If you liked this post and are currently a student. Answer the following question in the comments below

What’s your dream company to work for?

25 ways to create content for instagram with 1 art piece

This post is written for Mr Ajay Vora. He is my uncle and even though this was written as a stragey to help him create his instagram page with continous content atleast once per day for an year. If you are creative person you will find ways to apply same for your work of art.

by Ajay Vora

So we have 1 painting what can we do with this.

1 The painting.

2 Mr Ajay Vora holding the painting and taking a picture.

3 Mr Ajay Vora’s video describing the paint

4 Mr Ajay Vora’s photo while making the painting

5 Hidding the painting with his hand and showing only little of it

6 Taking black and white photo of the painting

7 Adding a quote photo based on the theme of the painting

8 Adding a name and description of painting in notes app and taking screenshot

9 Taking the picture of the painting in night time

10 Time lapse while making the painting

11 Converting the painting into sketch or drawing using free online tools

12 Mr Ajay Vora talking about one special thing about the painting

13 Mr Ajay Vora photo shoot with the painting

14 Adding a related hindi poem which reflects the theme of the painting

15 Staging the painting with some household objects like lamp, table, frame, murti, glassware, plates etc

16 Facts of colour

17 Talking about Mr Ajay Vora’s learning about Instagram and post he tries to keep up

18 Mr Ajay Vora’s stories about his thoughts around reuse of materials, paints and style

19 Quote by famous painters

20 Facts of famous paintings

21 Half made paintings in progress

22 Photo of arranged painting materials 

23 Repost Reuse Quotes

24 Photo of workstation

25 Place mobile in front of the paiting to see it from the lens

The Math

So we have 365 days a year so we need 15 paitings to continously posts daily on Instagram and if you have more painting you can mix it up.

I hope it was useful to you.

Happy Painting!!!

Estimating using Dog points

Estimate each of the dogs below in dog points, assigning each dog a minimum of 1 dog point and a maximum of 13 dog points. It may be hard for you to understand this without a context but in Scrum software development the fibonacci serries of estimation has a refrence to dog points.

A dog point represents the height of a dog at the shoulder.

Dachshund – 1 point

Bulldog – 3 points

Labrador Retriever – 5 points

Greman Shepard – 5 points

Saint Bernard – 8 points

Great Dane – 13 points

Other Dog points for your reference

Terrier – 1 point

Poodle – 1 point

Irish Setter – 5 points

I hope you got an idea about how you can imagine each points are relatively diffrent from each other and easier to estimate. The idea is to work with the natural strength of human mind.

Business Development for a Dance Teacher

This post is for Sonam. She is my sister in law. She is an Bharatanatyam Dancer. Due to the current Covid-19 situation she has changed the way to teaching to online classes like most of the education world has done.

I think Solo Artists like her can use the a combition of mutliple professions to get new students to teach. Here is an idea on the same direction.

Niche Workshop

A workshop is typically a 5 day class in which you learn a specific dance choreography or technique (I am not an expert so it may differ). Now the trick here is to pick a Niche Workshop.

Back to Dance – A workshop to take back to your dancing memories

So your student will have Bharatanatyam skills but are in diffrent profession. Like you would have been a CA. They could be Analyst, HR or any other profession but in the past they use to do Bharatanatyam dance. Some may be doing today as well.

Where do you find your student?

Simple answer is LinkedIn. You will ask but how? Let me show you. There is a search feature in LinkedIn called “Skill: Bharatnatyam” The underline word can be changed to anything other skills. See the example below: undefined

The first person from HR has a skill of Bharatnatyam. There are more than 1000 results and there is another spelling of Bharatanatyam too.

Why will they join your dance workshop?

Because you will offer them a FREE weekend dance workshop preview. In which you will not only take them through the topic of 5 days workshop but also do a live activity that will be similar or part of the actual workshop.

So once you find them send a connection request with the link of the zoom meeting in which you will offer the preview. You can also create a linkedIn post with video of explaing it and mentioning the zoom link in comments fo them to join on Staturday with other details. This post link can be also an invite text when sending the request.

What happens after Preview?

You offer at the end detail about the Workshop and the fees for the same. Those who have enjoyed your preview will join Back to Dance Workshop

How many invite should I send per week?

If we go with the law of average. You have to reverse engineer the numbers. It depends on the number of student you need in your workshop. If you need 5 students. Here is the math with 25% moving forward at each stage.

So for preview you need 20 people, which means you need 80 people accepting your preview invitation, which means you need to send 320 LinkedIn invitation.

Once you do this and you find the numbers don’t match you can recalculate based on your percent of people moving forward in each stage. Mostly with 5 Workshop you should be able to find your number.

I cannot have 20 people in preview, It will reduce the quality

Okay, In that case you can keep 1 workshop per month and keep 3 weekend prior to that for preview so that you can have fewer student in the preview session. You should also charge 30% advance as a booking fee. So that you can know how many more preview you need the following week. That will make you keep the workshop with high quality and few student so that you can pay extra attention.

You can also have 4 such concept per month and run mutliple preview for diffrent audience and thus keeping you busy for whole month.

I hope this was useful to you and the others who are reading it right now. Do the work and let me know the results.