Since time immemorial, human beings are taught to dream big, to have ambitions, and to win the race. In the process, however, many of us lose our uniqueness and limit our personality in accordance with a checkbox in a database. 

But, what if, you do not want to fit in a cut-and-paste template? What if you want to be relevant?

A student, an intern, or maybe someone who has been running the rat race for long? What if you finally accept that you are too tired to do whatever it is that you have been doing? Maybe, you just want to experiment with your skills. Or learn something new. Maybe, you want to change the course of your life. All you require is a little push to get started.

An employee, a worker, or maybe someone whose life is stuck somewhere between the two hands of a clock—what if you want to break free of the shackles of monotony? What if you finally want to enjoy the work you do to earn a living? What if you desire to study further to achieve that secret, ambitious goal that you have been garnering deep within? What if you want to fulfill your childhood dream of launching a bakery? Maybe, all it takes is one bold step to live your dreams from being more than an employee ID.

A parent, a partner, or maybe someone who transforms a house to a home. What if you want to assume a role greater than that? What if you want your personality to speak more about you rather than about your relationships? Maybe, all you want is to start a venture or teach your grandchildren better than you taught your children. Or, you just want to have an identity of your own.

A CEO, a footballer, a megastar, or maybe someone who has made it big. What if you are not big enough to be happy? What if you don’t like the person you see in the mirror? People say—“A purpose is all one needs to live.” But what happens after people achieve their purpose in life? Do they set out on a quest looking for a new one, or do they finally take some time off to catch their breath?


Choices. Our everyday choices shape our stories. While our choice of words may vary, still the essence of engraving stories remains as significant as ever. Deliberating over choices is seemingly logical. Deliberating over choices after making a decision remains a regret.

Regrets hurt.

But there is a way to design the elements of your personality to minimize the regrets or to avoid the paradox of choices in the first place. Your personality is a public parade of how your habits, behaviors, identities, values, confidence, words, characteristics, self-esteem, knowledge, character, etc., interact among themselves. A few of the elements may need renovation, a few of them may have to be developed from the scratch. If left unchecked, the missing components would diminish your potential and your well-being. You don’t want to project your void on the world.

Personality Development Program by Partha PD—PDPbyPPD—helps you discover your personality by eliminating the multiple facades that hide you from you. Partha PD works holistically on every component of your personality in a manner that leaves an everlasting impression on your growth story.

Thereafter, Partha PD enables you to design your own life in your own terms. So that you don’t make the broken, societal rules a recipe for your life.

What People Say


My youngest mentee is a 16-year-old school student from Spain, whereas my eldest mentee is a 65-year-old entrepreneur from India. Most of my clients are extremely ambitious individuals who want to achieve phenomenal success and live a meaningful life.

Anyone who wants to master themselves and live a meaningful life will benefit from this program.

The duration of and the fee for the program are decided upon consultation with the mentee. The average duration is nine months.

The programs are mostly (~90%) conducted one-on-one.

I conduct the offline sessions at a mutually convenient location. The mode of the online sessions can’t be disclosed here.

Because of the nature of the programs, I sign a strict non-disclosure agreement (NDA) with all my mentees. The identity is not revealed without written permission from the mentee.

I am sorry to hear that you had a bad experience. You may like to talk to my mentees to get an idea of my work. Quite a few of them are kind enough to make themselves available to discuss their experiences with prospective applicants.

I go deeper into every small aspect of my mentees’ lives.


Application to any of the programs follows a two-step process:

1. Essay: Please e-mail a statement of purpose, as a single-spaced PDF, to [email protected]. Limit your story to 800 words.

Be bold. Be original.

If your essay is shortlisted, you move to the interview round.

2. Interview: The purpose of the interview is to understand you and to assess whether you are a good fit for the intensive mentoring sessions, assignments, and social experiments.

The entire process takes three weeks from the date of application.

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