In this series on unusual careers, we introduce you to people who’ve quit the 9-to-5 grind to find their passion and pursue interesting careers.Today, meet Mumbai-based animal communicator Akshaya Kawle. She talks to pets and help find lost animals.Akshaya shares some exciting stories and learnings from her professional journey.IMAGE: Animal communicator Akshaya Kawle has a 10-year-old pug and loves to talk to animals. Photographs: Kind courtesy Akshaya Kawle I was born in a joint family and lived in a 2 BHK in Dadar (central Mumbai) with 16 people. I would spend my free time with the cats and dogs in the society. I have grown up watching madaaris (street artistes who perform with monkeys) and playing with pets and strays. I was always drawn towards animals and felt I could connect with them. After completing my BA from St Xavier’s College, Mumbai, and earning an MBA, I was placed at Larsen and Toubro in the human resources department. I realised that I wasn’t cut out for a 9-to-5 job so I began to train people in image management, corporate communication and soft skills. I always wanted to work as a communicator, with a focus on non-verbal cues and soft skills; I… Read full this story
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