With the Thanksgiving holiday, there's a lot to be thankful for this week.

One thing on top of my mind is all the fantastic people I've met on Twitter this year.

Here's a mega thread ๐Ÿงต thanking each person.

So, in no particular order, here I go:
Andrew (@heyandrewc), thank you for connecting with me.

I've applied the tips you share on audience growth and relate to your funny tweets about being a parent.

If I didn't meet you, I may not have been introduced to Jessie.
Jessie (@jessievbreugel)- thank you for literally writing my bio ๐Ÿ˜„.

On a serious note, ty for check ins with me on my purpose on Twitter and what my goals are for the coming months.

You've helped me avoid making some amateur mistakes when it comes to personal branding.
I can't talk personal branding and not mention "SocialJJ"

Jerry (@jrryjs): thank you for all the insights around personal branding, especially for LinkedIn.

I first heard you in Twitter Spaces and applied your tips to grow on LinkedIn. I owe you pizza when I visit India.
Talking about LinkedIn, I also want to give a shoutout to Mayur.

Mayur (@CreateGrowRep), thank you for all the work you put in your LinkedIn growth guide on Gumroad.

It's phenomenal, especially the header templates and all the tools you included to grow on LinkedIn.
Next up, I've got Himanshi (@himanshisolanki)

I met her in one of the Twitter Spaces around Interviews Q&A.

Thank you for hosting spaces on various interesting topics such as content creation, marketing, and storytelling.

Always good to hear your insights.
At the same time in Himanshi's space, I also met another amazing person.

Hardik (@eximguy)- thanks for engaging with me via Spaces & tweets.

Also, you never fail to wish me during the festive season.

Maybe we connect well bc we are Gujjus๐Ÿคญ
Talking about Gujjus, next up is a person who's seen more life than I have.

Nat (@vora_nat)- your wisdom on various aspects of life, relationships, biz, parenting, etc. is invaluable.

True pleasure to know you. You always make sure I get an opportunity to speak during Spaces.
When I think wisdom, I have to got to mention this guy ๐Ÿ‘‡

Pravin (@meraperspective)- thank you for all the conversations. Your perspective...ahem... on various topics is refreshing.

You either agree or push me to think differently. And, I'm so grateful to learn from you.
Now, let's talk fun.

Short catchy tweets that make me laugh?

Thanks to Ashish (@In_Sane_Saint), he writes such tweets frequently.

Always a great person to chat to, straightforward, and can talk about sales all day.

He also co-hosts amazing Twitter Spaces.
Another gem of a person I've met is Peter

Peter (@Pushy1978)- thank you for being a friend and always supporting my Twitter growth and those of others in India.

I can't wait to visit Canada and meet you to try out all the restaurants you've been endorsing on your timeline ๐Ÿ˜‹
Next I want to thank Aarchi.

Aarchi (@FafdaJalebie)- love your username, but I might be biased being a Gujju.

Thank you for all your help with side project around LinkedIn. You're amazingly talented human being and I'm fortunate to have met you this year on Twitter.
This list would not be complete without Roomi.

Roomi (@RoomiTarik)- thank you for always giving me a shoutout in Spaces and all your kind words around my thoughts and tweets.

It's amazing to see the way you support the growth of all folks in the community with Spaces.
Another person that's mastered the art of catchy tweets and that I have learned from is Aneetta.

Aneetta (@Aneetta__)- thanks for supporting my Twitter journey and hosting unique Twitter Spaces.

Love your straightforward attitude and wit that's evident from your tweets.
I have never been good at writing online.

To change that, I'm so glad and thankful to have met Niharikaa.

Niharikaa (@NiharikaSodhi)- thank you for all your insights and including me in #Summit21 cohort to improve my writing habit.

Wish you much success with future cohorts.
Okay, I got to wrap this up.

But there's so many more I want to thank.


Shreyas (@CoachShreyas)
Proma (@promanautiyal)
Monica (@musing_monica)
Udit (@iuditg)
Aditi (@aditik_29)
Vibin (@vibinbaburajan)
Sakshi (@thesakshishukla)
Sejal (@SejalSud)

Few more...
Khushboo (@khushbooverma_)
Sohail (@Fractitious1)
Issac (@issacthomas3)
Rahul (@rahul__and)
Janhavi (@Janhavi_Pandey1)
Disha (@Be_u_D)
Mishka (@RanaMishka)
Sonam (@heycopygirl)
Megha (@megha_panghal)
Mahima (@MahimaJalan2)
Afsa (@AccordingToAfsa)
Aryan (@aryan_kochhar)

My apologies if I missed including your name on this list.

If we haven't connected, I encourage you follow me @harshvthakkar to get a glimpse of notes I write to my younger self.

It will help you learn from my mistakes in business, relationships & life.

Stay blessed!


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