Weekend Unwind with Admatazz's Samyaak Jain

Weekend Unwind with Admatazz's Samyaak Jain

The latest in the series of informal chats with industry execs in our weekend special.

Samyaak Jain

Mumbai: With another weekend upon us, it is time to unwind with the latest Q&A edition of Indiantelevision.com’s Weekend Unwind—a series of informal chats that peek into the minds of business executives through a fun lens in an attempt to get to know the person behind the title a little better.

In this week’s session, we have Admatazz head- client relations & business growth Samyaak Jain.

Without further ado, here it goes…

Your mantra for life

It's based on a tattoo me and my wife share - give without remembering and receive without forgetting

A book you are currently reading or plan to read

I recently developed the desire to read. Currently reading ‘Never Split the Difference’ by Chris Voss.

Your fitness mantra

Working out four days a week along with playing a sport twice a week. All of this physical activity while being conscious about what you eat is pretty much what I aim for

Your comfort food

Rice and sambhar with aloo fry

A quote or philosophy that keeps you going when the chips are down

Great things happen to those who don’t stop believing, trying, learning, and being grateful.”

- Roy T. Bennett

Your guilty pleasure

Pizza, for life!

The last time you tried something new

Pickle ball. It’s very addictive and I ensure playing two-three times a week.

A life lesson you learned the hard way

You have to push yourself, especially when you don’t want to be pushed.

What gets you excited about life?

The infinite possibilities for growth, learning and discovery. The diversity of experiences, perspectives and knowledge in the world is fascinating. Whether it's uncovering a new idea, solving a problem, or simply sharing in the beauty of human connection, life is full of exciting moments waiting to be embraced.

What’s on top of your bucket list?

To travel to at least five different countries with my wife, experiencing new cultures, cuisines, and adventures together.

If you could give one piece of advice to your younger self, what would it be?

Read. There’s nothing else that can help you grow.

One thing you would most like to change about the world

Humanising the world more while the world is trying to machine everything. Given the current state of the world, I would also like to increase empathy and compassion among humanity.

An activity that keeps you motivated and charged during tough times

Working out or playing a sport

What lifts your spirits when life gets you down?

Music. It is therapeutic for me.

Your go-to stress buster

Playing FIFA with friends.