Dr. Manan Chaturvedi, an HR professional & a motorbike enthusiast, says that one can pursue passion

by Evan Nasseri Seo Expert


It is certainly possible to live a dream alongside the career. Dr. Manan Chaturvedi, an HR leader who is running his own consultancy firm, sets this example by pursuing his passion of motorcycling. He recently set a milestone by completing his 10,000Kms all India road trip by motorcycle in just 45 days. This ride called  “RoadTripUnited” was organized by xBhp where over 8000 motorcycling enthusiasts came to meet the team in 23 cities all over India. Dr. Manan, who is also known as “Shuttervedi”, said that he considers passion to be equally important as a career and that if one has the courage to look beyond the obvious, he could manage things quite well. Certainly, he has proved his out of box thinking by managing his job efficiently and at the same time flourishing his passion. Dr. Manan’s passion for motorbiking is evident from the fact that he has completed his all India road trip twice. He has been on a road trip from Kashmir to Kanyakumari as well. Being a motorcycle enthusiast, he has visited multiple countries in pursuit of his passion. With his dauntless attitude and unique approach towards life, Dr. Manan is truly an inspiration for thousands of young enthusiasts who give up on their passion, in pursuit of a career.

About Dr. Manan Chaturvedi:
Dr. Manan Chaturvedi is an HR professional who owns an HR and Education Consulting firm. He is known for his neverending passion for motorbikes. He is a motorbike enthusiast, who unlike others didn’t give up on his passion for the sake of a career. Popularly known as “Shuttervedi”, he is truly the epitome of courage.
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