Namaste, I am
I’m a 23-year-old Indian student pursuing my Master’s in Information Systems specialising in Business Analytics. I’m on a mission to bridge the gap between technology and business decision-making, all while prioritizing empathy and global impact.
I believe each experience comes to us with a purpose, sometimes much higher than our understanding, and therefore, I am not afraid of challenges.
I am gritty and get the job done by putting in the hard work. I can adapt to different situations and enjoy working with and leading teams.
Who Am I?
Everyone is unique. Each day, we see, hear, feel, think, experience so many things and this makes us unique. I believe every decision I make, every event I participate in, and every skill I develop becomes a part of my own personal story. And, if I were to introduce myself to you, I would simply tell you my story.
The first time I ever thought of writing a blog was in July 2015 and my first blog was published on 7th July 2020. It took a lot of courage to put myself and my words out there. The sheer thrill and joy I felt while planning and writing my first blog are unexplainable and now there is no stopping me. I enjoy writing reflective pieces based on present and past experiences and love combining them with a little research.
It took me a few years, but I finally found my personality – A Challenger! I love taking up new challenges and kicking myself out of my comfort zone. I got invited by my university’s TedX group to give a talk about living life outside the comfort zone ->
Stepping out of my comfort zone and working with my excitement of engaging in conversations, I tried my hand at making a podcast. It was a part of a process called Conflexion and it talks about my take on magic and magical experiences around me.
The first word that comes to mind when one hears a capsule is small. That's when I thought it would be a good idea to collect all these small thoughts and ideas I think of or come across.
It is important as a host to make everyone on the call or in the room feel welcome and warm. I can do that by mentioning them in an example, asking them to share something.
It isn't sufficient to learn or see, the real fun begins when we implement and experiment with what we know!
The first person who joins the initiator, the leader is not just a follower but is the reason why the leadership holds and can sustain itself. "If the leader is a flint, the first follower is the spark that makes the fire"