My name is Avdhesh Tondak.
Motivational speaker. Blogger. Voice Actor.
Yahiyapur village in Lakshminagar (Muzaffarnagar), Western Uttar Pradesh is my native home, and currently, I live in New Delhi.
In 2010, I got an opportunity to share personality development insights with students at Subharti University, Meerut, in Uttar Pradesh. You can read my story here.
I noticed that the so-called life skills training companies along with the college authorities were making fools out of students. They were selling bullshit theories to students to make money. Most of the students were from a rural background – somehow managing to pay the fees. They were pained to see their parents’ hard earned money being looted, but couldn’t do anything.
I could feel their pain because I was also from a rural background and I knew how hard it could be to survive on limited resources.
Why I Started “AvdheshTondak.com”
There was no plan of starting a blog or a website before 2010, but after noticing what was going on, I decided to take the plunge.
There were two significant reasons:
- I wanted to stay connected with my Subharti University students.
- I wished to make personal development articles freely available on the internet.
And hence, this blog, AvdheshTondak.com was born in 2011.
I write not only for students and young professionals but also for seekers walking down the path of personal growth. You’ll find various personality development tips and self-improvement material on this blog can that can help you overcome specific challenges in your life.
Personality Development is a Vast Subject
It includes (but not limited to):
Polishing communication skills
Improving your existing skills or taking them to the next level
Learning more about money and business
Exploring various career options
Understand black magic (anyone?)
I mean, almost everything under the sun. And that’s what you’ll find (more or less) on this blog.
If you were looking for quick fixes, like “How to change your life in just 30 days”, you’ll be disappointed because I don’t have any. You see, personality development takes time, and therefore, if you wish to grow as an individual, you’re in the right place.