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Puneet Mathur's Interview in International DÉ MODÉ Magazine




Puneet Mathur is an MBA from La Trobe University, Australia, and is professionally certified as a Project Management Professional by PMI USA and a Certified Corporate Director by IOD India. He is also an alumni of IIM Bangalore in Business Analytics and Intelligence. He has worked as a Machine Learning Consultant for many of his clients. Puneet has a nature of helping people in need of advice and that is how he started by studying their astrological charts and giving out predictions. When people used to give him feedback that his methods were very accurate he thought of making them learn simple prediction techniques so that they did not have to go to charlatan astrologers and get duped. This is when he decided to write his first 3 volumes book series Instant Karma Predictions which became popular on amazon and he predicted accurately events like President Obama’s Election in 2012 and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s victory in them. Puneet is also credited with correctly predicting that India’s Mars Orbiter satellite would reach Mars successfully without any hitches. Puneet Mathur is an Author, Machine Learning Consultant and a Coach and has over 18+ years of Corporate IT Industry experience. He has risen right from a programmer to a 3rd Line Manager working with multinationals like HP, IBM and Dell at various levels.

For the past 6 years he has been working as a Machine Learning Engineer for clients around the globe, by guiding and mentoring client teams stuck with machine learning problems. He also conducts Leadership and Motivational workshops, Machine Learning hands-on workshops.Throughout his career he has researched techniques of Predictive Analytics, Statistics,Machine Learning and Astrology to combine and give birth to a new age science known as “machine-O-logy?. His new two volume book series “The Predictive Program Manager? is an instant success on kindle with more than 1500 downloads. He is currently writing books on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Machine Learning.


This book is for those Project or Program Managers who want to be Predictive.

Being Predictive means you the project or program manager is able to use data science and machine learning techniques on your existing project or programs.This book will teach you and show you step by step how to apply Data Science and Machine Learning techniques in your every project/program management job.If you do not know what is Data Science and Machine Learning don't worry in this book you will start from basics and move on to advanced levels with examples on practical programs and how to step by step apply these techniques from Program Management perspective.

Learn more on: www.ThePredictiveProgramManager.com













Q:When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

Around a few years back when I had gathered a large body of knowledge in the prediction field and saw people approach me to help them in taking right decisions. I thought to myself why not make them all do their own predictions? Why not empower each human being so that they are able to use prediction in their daily lives. That is when I thought of writing a book on personal prediction techniques.

Q:How long does it take you to write a book?

A Short book on non-fiction takes about 1 to 2 months of research and another 1 to 2 months to write. Shortest is 2 months. Latest book that I am working on in Machine Learning which has 300+ pages with programming code takes 6 months to complete.

Q:What is your work schedule like when you're writing?

I am always writing for the past 5 years. Now that I am a full time author I write at least 7 to 10 hours a day. This includes doing research on the subject, writing program code. conducting surveys through my team, interviewing other professionals. It is an immersive job.

Q:What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?

I always start my book with an interesting anecdote to the topic of the book. This ensures the reader gets a small personal story at the beginning of the book itself.

Q: How do books get published?

Books get published in two ways today. Traditional Publishing and Self Publishing are both used by authors.

Q:What do you like to do when you're not writing?

I am working for my clients on machine learning projects. Apart from that I occasionally play golf.

Q:Where do you get your information or ideas for your books?

Over more than 18 years of corporate technology experience I have collected a vast body of knowledge in my head which I am in the process of putting in my books and sharing it with the world. Since I am a hands-on machine learning consultant as well, technical ideas keep on flowing due to new experiences gathered by working with various clients.

Q:When did you write your first book and when?

I wrote my first book 5 years ago Instant Karma Predictions 9 quick Indian and Chinese methods for Prediction. I was 40 years old.

Q:How many books have you written? Which is your favourite?

I have written 10 books most of them self published for kindle platform. My favourite is The Predictive Program Manager Book Series. It is a two volume book series where I teach the project and program managers on how to use machine learning in their jobs. It is my favourite because I have shared experiential knowledge aggregated over 18+ years in both these books with the reader.

Q:What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books?

Self Publishing was a surprising thing to me and a pleasant one at that. It has given me the ability to reach the audience directly and get feedback from them. This is not possible in the traditional way of publishing books.

Q:Do you hear from your readers much? What kinds of things do they say?

Readers of my Instant Karma Predictions series have written to me as to how prediction has changed their lives. One of them even wrote that he has become a professional soothsayer based on the techniques given in my books and was helping people use prediction in their daily lives. This was the purpose of writing the Instant Karma predictions book series and I felt that if my book has helped even a single soul in this world in getting their livelihood and help others in need then the purpose of the book is achieved.

Q:What do you think makes a good story?

I have not got the time to write fiction yet but will begin writing a good story which takes the audience into a different world than the one we live in. Everyone likes to escape into world of dreams and make believe some of them good and some of them bad, they do make great stories.

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