Thrive Global India: Who/ what is your biggest inspiration and why?
Shaziya Khan: Works of art of all kinds because they reflect how someone saw something beautiful right there in the midst of everything or in everyone.
TGI: What’s the first thing you do when you get out of bed?
SK: Recall something funny
TGI: How do you unplug and recharge?
SK: By being curious
TGI: What’s your favourite well-being tip?
SK: Don’t repeat, repetition obscures freshness.
TGI: Tell us about your relationship with your phone?
SK: Brevity and practicality.
TGI: How do you limit technology use to be in the moment?
SK: Keep it short, simple and prompt.
TGI: When was the last time you felt burned out?
SK: After a long weekend with guests with lots of new cooking following a week of lots of paperwork.
TGI: How do you incorporate well-being in your daily life? What benefit do these habits have on your ability to perform?
SK: Love what you do at its core and tune out the noise frees anyone’s ability to perform.
TGI: What is the one thing about our relationship with technology which really terrifies you about the future?
SK: Privacy and apt boundaries.
TGI: What are you doing to mitigate this?
SK: Keeping connections more human.
TGI: Share a quote that you love and that gives you strength or peace?
SK: “Pour your heart into it”, a sign at Starbucks of all places.
TGI: What is your advice to our readers on thriving in life? SK: Maintain altitude!